The second flight course map featured in Bruce Heard’s Voyage of the Princess Ark series, in Dragon Magazine.  This map is significant because it shows the position of the equator, in addition to providing some geographic and political names for the region.  The simple line art maps were eventually replaced with full colour hex maps when the Princess Ark reached Sind and moved on to the Savage Coast.

Replica Map (updated 23rd January 2016)

Replica of course map from Voyage of the Princess Ark Part 3, Dragon 155

Replica of course map from Voyage of the Princess Ark Part 3, Dragon 155

Legend

The article provided a legend for the map as follows:

COURSE OF THE PRINCESS ARK

1. Alphamir 15th, 1965 AY
2. Sulamir 10th
3. Sulamir 25th
4. Sudmir 3rd
5. Sudmir 25th (end of part 1)
6. Vertmir 7th
7. Vertmir 17th
8. Tslamir 8th (end of part 2)
9. Tslamir 21st
10. Tslamir 24th
11. Andrumir 7th (end of part 3)

Next Course: Due South-West (end of part 3)

Sources

  • The Voyage of the Princess Ark Part 3: To seek out new life and new civilisations, Dragon 155 (1990)

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