She was offering over 30 Atlantic crossings for this season. Nice little brochure stuffed with info and in great shape.
Wonderful set of QE2 deck plans dated February 197. There are like new condition … probably never even opened
One of the original post WW2 cruise ships … the Nassau started life as the Mongolia for P&O. After a few names and company changes … she was bought by Incres and transformed into quite a little gem of a tropical cruise ship. Though there were many hints of her prior life … Incres added modern furnishings in bright and tropical colors as well as amenities like a double swimming pool and offered 10000 feet of Lido deck area covered with deck chairs and umbrellas. She made a lot of cash and allowed Incres to expand with the Victoria later in the 50’s. Great condition and excellent color photos. There are a few page wrinkles. The colors are just delightful!
Great little fold out describing the many cruises and crossings for Italian Line fleet. Lovely cover graphics! Good condition with typical wear.
Excellent large fold out highlighting the 2 ships in detail. Heavy stock paper with lovely full color renderings of the ships exterior and many of the public rooms. Even includes info on the funnels. Great condition with a few internal wrinkles.
2 lovely and pristine unused Baggage stickers from the Oceanic and her “Sun Way” cruise program. Great graphic of the ship and lovely colors.
My favorite later interior foldout for this beautiful ship. The fold out is in pristine condition and full of great color photos and neat areas of graphics. A delightful item.
One of my favorite early interior items for this beautiful ship. According to this foldout the Colombo was “a ship designed for sunshine and open-air freedom”… nice Pictures both in b&w and color with great graphics. A nice item with some small minor separations at the fold lines.
Ken sure did put together a great array of items coupled with some serious East Coast attitude. If you didn’t already know what a nice guy he was … he had no problem telling you. Ken passed away about a decade ago. Wonderful items and descriptions! The catalogue is almost collectible as the items are! As typically happens .. a few of the pages are loose.
The earliest ship of the NCL fleet (commissioned in December of 1968) … she paved the way for their success and an eventual quartet of similar ships and beyond. Victor Borge was the honorary Commodore for the fledgling fleet and these early services. Great little item and not common to find!
Great little brochure deck plan from 1975 …. For the Monarch Sun. This ship had many different lives for many operators and finally went to the Alang breakers in the early 2000’s. Some of her interiors from her beginnings with Moore McCormack were still intact in 1975 under the name Monarch Sun.
Carnival had started with the Mardi Gras and quickly added the Carnivale and these 2 ships sailed at almost full capacity from their humble beginnings. A little seam separation but still a beauty!
Carnival had started with the Mardi Gras and quickly added the Carnivale … and finally added the Festival. These 3 second hand vessels laid the foundation for the current Carnival empire
The Independence and Constitution spent their golden years in the Hawaiian interisland trade and were joined briefly by the Liberte to serve Tahiti, Excellent brochure for the 86/87 season. The Connie sunk on her way to the breakers and the Indy barely made it to Alang and broke her back just short of the beach and was broken up on the spot. The Liberte also enjoyed a long career for multiple owners.
The Independence and Constitution sure had many great years of service life left in them for the Hawaiian Market and spent their golden years in the tropical Pacific sunshine. Excellent brochure for the 87/88 season
Covers vessels: Song of Norway, Sun Viking, Nordic Prince and my favorite; the Song Of America. Each of these vessels was a design improvement and progression on the last. I always thought the “eagle” bar on the rear of the funnel was a little bit odd, but an effective differentiator from other ships and operators. This covers the April 1984 thru March of 1985 sailings
Wonderful and colorful Home Lines swizzle sticks .. Set of 4 Red, Blue, Yellow and Green. These could be used for your liner themed cocktails
Great fabric ticket folder … looks to be the Aquitania on the cover. Line all ships prior to ww1 .. they made most of their profits on carrying steerage from the old world to the new. Excellent condition.
Nice fold out for the last new SAL Liner: Kungsholm. Great deck plan with a few interior photos with some information on the Canada/ Bremuda cruises. The ship had a very long life and like most finished at the scrapyard.
Great little brochure for the winter tours of both ships from November 59 thru April 30th 1960. There are 2 pages of b/w interior photos .. the grand staircase on the Ausonia is shown … Buddy PK saved these Luzzatti panels. In excellent condition with a Denver Agency stamp.
Excellent like new plan for the little Japanese lady. The deck and cabins are color coded … and the pages include some interior photos. Chico California Agency stamp.
Super interior fold out for the beloved Lurline. Just lovely Hawaiian graphics of lei’s intertwined around beautify color photos of the ship. Some of this furniture survived until the end of her life for the Greeks. A couple of little pin prick holes at the seam overlaps.
Lovely interior fold out for these little Spotless twins! At the end of their Dutch years … One went to the Greeks and the other to the Poles,both had long lives . Lovely color photos and in excellent condition. Agency stamp 1960.
Great mini reproduction poster for Cunard’s 20 thousand tonners of the 1920’s. These ships were the workhorses of the fleet and did everything from crossings to cruises. Great condition and suitable for framing
Great reproduction poster for the Smaller A class of sisters that were built to be the slower workhorses of the fleet . Suitable for Framing!