Nice full colored deck plans for the NAL Flagship. No date on these … but I’m guessing mid to late 1970’s. Very nice and printed on glossy paper with fine color.
Lively scrimshaw cover on the Sagafjord brochure for the 1982 season. Covers all cruises over 30 pages and includes deck plans and cabin layouts. Very nicely done and in excellent condition. I would not be long before NAC was merged into Cunard.
Nice little flyer showing various world trade routes covered by multiple Dutch shipping companies, this covers 13 different Dutch companies, with info on each.
Excellent portfolio case for the 1995 Grand world voyage. This one has storage 3 pockets, and pen holder loop and a full sized insert for a paper pad. Included inside are the printer GWV calendar and 10+ pages of the GWV stationery writing paper. the green padded case is embossed on the front with a golden profile of the ship against a global grid. Excellent item indeed
Lovely vinyl-pleather portfolio case for the 1985 world cruise. The inside has 3 pocketed areas , pen holder and paper pad insert. I’m sure theses were given to each and every paying passenger. The burgundy red cover is embossed with the HAL deco half moon crest in golden accents. excellent condition
Excellent Kungsholm Baggage Sticker like new and ready to use or display.
Nice little timetable for the little Dutch Passenger- cargo vessel.
7 delightful Breakfast and Luncheon Menus for meals aboard the Statendam from December 22- December 31, 1961. Delightful and colorful artwork printed along the tops of each one.
Both the Volendam and Veendam sailed for HAL for many years after starting their lives with Moore McCormack. Bother would also be sold and charted to other cruise lines and had very long and successful lives.
Excellent little brochure packed full of interior Life aboard action shots. All the photos a re super crisp and just lovely to look at … easy to imagine life onboard for sure. Vancouver BC Agency stamp on the rear cover.
Lovely set of 5 menus (Monday April 19th thru Saturday April 24th 1982 .. the meals were sumptuous and delightful.
Excellent and graphically superb brochure designed by Atelier Fossum for the lovely maiden year of the Vistafjord. The Norwegians had noting but love and praise for the new flagship. The interior is full of graphics , photos, renderings and information on what world be the last passenger ship built for the NAL. Excellent condition.
Super nice deck plan for the lovely Statendam dated May 1968. HAL did pretty nice plans for the ships through the early 1970’s. Port Washington NY agency stamp.
Hands down , this is the best interiors brochure for the lovely Rotterdam. She was and is a truly remarkable ship. The brochure if filled with lovely graphics and superb interior photography .. and this brochure is published in her native Dutch and come with the original mailing envelop.
Probably the most unique brochure for the Willem Ruys ever produced! Filled with artistic photos and a narrative of life onboard typical ATW voyage. Good condition with normal wear
Lovely program for the BOB event held onboard October 12th in the lounge at 9 and 1030 pm. Captain TH. Busser was in charge on that voyage.
Dated 9/62 a nice Passage Fare booklet for the HAL fleet. Nice condition
Lovely interior flyer for the grand dame of the HAL fleet … one of the most perfect liner designs ever created.
Nice passenger list for the Maasdam … E-64 is handwritten in one corner … must be the cabin these folks occupied on their voyage. In the back there is a very simple Directory plan for the ship … this was once glued in but is currently loose. Also tucked inside the PL is a nice postcard.
Nice flyer for services and interiors of the Diemerdyk, Dinteldyk and Dongdyk. Nice little ships covering the Pacific service.
Touted as a “Bill of Fare” this covers all 3 on 3 individual delicate pages held together with colorful green string. There is glue residue on the back of the last page .. must have been removed from an album at some point.
Touted as a “Bill of Fare” covers all 3 meals for July 4th. Lovely graphics … this has been folded. Delicious meals
I can only imagine what it was like to be onboard the darling Dutch vessel after the start of WW2! Lovel graphics for this Tourist Class program.
An unusual view of the Dutch darling … probably one of the most perfect liners of all time … sailing through a darkened night. The view shows somewhat rough and heavy seas .. but the beautiful gal is steaming onward. The wonderful framed print come from the Peter Knego collection.
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The cruise started form Norfolk on January 7th 1973 and arrived back in Norfolk on January 17th. Printed on nice texture stock.