Nice large flyer for Cunard cruises starting in late 1965 and running into 1966. Covers cruises for the QE and QM, Caronia, Franconia, Carmania, Sylvania and Carinthia. Great flyer in excellent condition.
Super little folding sailings schedule card for the 2 ship service in 1965.
Excellent tan colored 1963 sailing schedule for the Greek Line’s Olympia and Arkadia. Covering the sailings and rates, there are 2 nice panels dedicated to photos and info on both ships. Hollywood California agency stamp. Like new
A super flyer for three exciting cruises to the Caribbean on the France covering Christmas 1964 thru Feb of 1965. Excellent condition and no agency stamp. The cruises covered Christmas, Lincoln’s and Washington’s Birthday.
Nice little flyer showing various world trade routes covered by multiple Dutch shipping companies, this covers 13 different Dutch companies, with info on each.
Once of the most sought after items from the Ships EARLY life is this excellent trials booklet that was published in celebration of the chips completion and Trials off the Virginia Capes. Filled with info on the ship , trials schedules, decoration info, a portside centerfold profile, general ship facts and a list of suppliers … all in all 31 pages dedicated to the ship. I have had a few of these over the years … and they are getting harder to find all the time … and this one is in very good condition with just a little light blemishing to the cover and some little writing on the back cover.
Nice brochure advertising several of the Irpinia’s (and Caribia’s) cruises for the 1973 season… Including a Christmas cruise and a African cruise. there are a few interior photos … but the majority of the photos are “ashore” and port photos. Brooklyn NY agency stamp. There is a 1″ seam separation along the binding edge.
Great brochure for the 1982 cruise schedules of the Sea Princess (the former SAL Kungsholm). There is an outstanding 3d cut away of the ship and many photos of onboard rooms and activities. Like new condition
Passenger list for the America … an eastbound voyage from NYC to Southampton via Cobh and Le Havre departing on 9/9/1950. Very nice condition with age appropriate toning to the paper
Great Gala Menu form the SS America dated Sept 14, 1950. America was sailing eastbound … and the clocks were advance and hour at midnight. Lovely delicious sounding and diverse fare on the menu … what a meal! Good condition with some toning to the cover. Lovely astrology symbols encircle a starboard bow rendering of the ship.
Nice little 100 year history (1857-1957) for NDL. The bulk of the panels are dedicated to the history and past ships of the famous German Liner … and the other half show current operations and a fleet list. Nice condition with some yellowing and toning of the paper. Founder Hermann Henrich Meier is proudly shown on the cover.
Lovely little Breakfast menu from the Ellinis .. interestingly, not dated.
Great little 4 panel fold out for these early post war Greek Lines ladies. Recycled from older ships .. the Greeks made a fortune with these early offerings and moved on to bigger and better tonnage. Great colored covers with simple ship profiles.
Dating to the early to Mid 1950’s is this great little GI booklet. Generic enough, it could have come from any ship in the fleet … and these ships are listed cleverly on the cover of the booklet. In good condition.
Lovely “WIP” sign printed on heavier stock for the ss Norway … on a ship, there is always some sort of “work in Progress”.
3 lovely sheets of writing paper from the ss Norway. In excellent condition.
Great Publicity photo for the Rhapsody // formerly the Statendam and prior to her being sold to Regency Cruises. What a long life she had … and thankfully many of her original fittings were save by Peter Knego when she was scrapped in Alang.
Nice set of green deck plans for the lovely sisters for their second season of service. Gorgeous Starboard side color photo of the Mike is printer on the rear cover. Super nice color-coded plans printed in Italian and English.
Lovely little PL for the dowager SS Nassau. The first half lists all passengers and notable crew … the second half lists “shipboard” information. Nice little item with age appropriate wear.
Lovely bow to bow starboard rendering of the 2 ‘sisters” sailing through mild seas … they seem to be racing the gulls flying at their bows. Nice unused condition.
Nice colorful fold out for the JQ … for her 1968 cruises to Nassau and of course, Jamaica. She was pretty small and very intimate little ship … I bet every passenger knew their shipmates by the end of their voyage. Mankato, Minnesota agency stamp (a town made famous by Little House on the Prairie and Laura Ingalls Wilder). Like new!
NCL’s pioneer on the 3, 4 and 7 day Nassau and Jamaica cruise runs. This folds out to include lots of onboard interior and activity photos …a s well as a very boldly colored deck plan. Dated form early 1968.
Nice early booklet for NCL’s Starward.. on of the ships that made NCL cash rich in the late 60’s and early 70’s … propelling them to buy the SS France and rename her Norway. Great little booklet that covers everything: onboard activities and some interiors, deck plans, rates etc, etc. Minnesota agency stamp on the rear (and looks like the same stamp on the cover only smudged a bit.)
Nice interior folder and deck plan for the lovely little Izarra. She was sailing out of Miami on 7 days cruises in the later 60’s … this folder dated July of 1968. Printer on textured stock … Nice color photos and deck plans and rate info etc. For being as modern as she was … some of her interiors and furnishings looked quite dark and traditional
A&E Video .. 3 whole hours the Titanic story! Relive the memories of this tragic night on your own vintage VCR. Brand new and still sealed!