Great brochure for a series of cruises and crossings in the late summer early fall of 1984. These voyages were clever positioning events on each side of her refurbishment At Meyer Werft in early September.
Let yourself go … delightful brochure for the Norway dated January 1982- January 1983. She was in the early years of her success and raking in the cash for NCL. Lovely Profile fold out on the front cover.
Early brochure for the lovely SS Norway .. published for her inaugural season. Fresh from her conversion from the France … she was the coolest thing ship in the Caribbean for the next decade plus.
Great little booklet for the obscure little freighter/liner. Includes plans and some interior photos.
Great menu from the Empress of Canada … with a cartoony steam/sail ship “Savannah” depicted on the cover. Normal wear with some discoloration.
Lovely red white and blue ticket folder of the French line. By the graphics, I’d say this was from the late 1960’s.
Nice little time and rate schedule for the French departures from Corse in the fall of 1964.
The retirement end was near for this lovely ship … great shore guide of her ports and destinations
Super cool mod graphics on the HAL cruise guide .. in great condition
Excellent Spring/ Summer Advance Cruise program for the 1983 season . Cruise Voyages numbers 39-51 are described inside this lovely fold out printed on texture stock. Great condition!
Super on board directory for the Famous Holland American Flagship Rotterdam. Excellent condition and even includes some history of all the Rotterdam’s in the fleet.
Great Passenger list for the Raffaello’s West Indies Cruise dated 1975. She left NYC on March 22dn and returned to NYC April 1st. She and here sister didn’t have much time left before heading to layup. Excellent condition with Binding ribbon.
Lovely beverage list from one of CP’s British Columbia steamers that ran under trhr CP Rail Banner and operation division. Lost of different selections and in goods shape ,, some stains from wear.
Over sized card for the Queen Elizabeth. I believe these were used to print voyage log information on toward the end of her career. Excellent condition. Older style Cunard lettering
Over sized card for the Queen Elizabeth. I believe these were used to print voyage log information on toward the end of her career. Excellent condition. Newer style Cunard lettering
Great fares and sailing schedule for 1964 … USD edition! Excellent cover graphics and condition
Great graphics on this UC rate schedule for 1965. Great condition!
Ships Information Booklet for the lovely little Vera Cruz. This is dated 11/80 and contains great On board Info. Super graphics and in excellent condition.
Great Little advertisement booklet for Carnival which highlights their first 3 ships: Mardi .Gras Carnivale, Fesitvale. Interesting good tones booklet with lots of information in pictures and related snippets. Like New condition
Great on board booklet describing all the services and amenities for the 2 sister ships Cabo San Roque and Cabo San Vicente. great graphics and lots of information .. all in Portuguese … how romantic! This stock covers and in excellent condition.
Nice little paper weight that would have been onboard in the ships gift shop.
Cunard: 9 issues of QE2 Times Onboard Newspaper
These 9 various issues are dated from 2/6/83 through 3/9/83. All in good used condition.
NCL: Norway – France Brief History
This History folder would have been in your welcome packet when you came onboard and was loaded with all sorts of Information about the France and her later conversion to the Norway. Packed with all sorts of fact and figures from the ships long life.
Pheonix Reisen: 10 Maxim Gorki Programs Plus Extras
These German Language programs are Dated May 7th-May 18th (May 9th missing) and detail the daily activities on the ship. Also included are some Mimeo deck plans and Menus.
Super set of 12 unique snapshots showing the Sun Princess, Royal Princess and at least one with either the Island or pacific Princess in the background. These appear to be taken in and around SF Harbor.