Not sure if I have ever had this particular DP for the Europa before … it is printed one Yellow tissue like paper. This could have been included in a cruise brochure for a ship … or used as a stand-alone plan at a travel agency. Great condition, and interestingly printed in the USA.
Super cruise plan for the MS Europa in excellent condition.
Excellent cruise plan for the German flagship. Excellent condition
Super like new plan for the German SS Hanseatic. She was rebuilt form the former CP Empress of Japan/Scotland. Printed on yellowish stock and in Excellent condition with a NYC agency stamp.
Superb Like new orange cruise plan for the TS Bremen. Excellent condition
Interesting log book given to passengers with pages of port and destination information and blank pages for diary and other notes to be added. This on is pristine and free from all notes. There is a light spot on the dark embossed cover … almost looks like it was a “bleach” spot … but I’m not sure what could have caused it LOL! Very interesting and in good condition. Lovely engraving like images and script inside.
Dated for April 30th, 1966 … this menu is packed full of culinary delights for the Farewell dinner night celebrations onboard. Written in both German and English and Lovely like new condition.
These plans are printed on heavy onionskin type paper and are in Excellent condition … they look like they were picked up for a travel agency yesterday … not 65 Years ago!
Lovely NGL booklet for the history of all 5 of the Lines ships bearing the name Bremen. This is written in both German and English. Nice history … and the booklet is in like new condition … written by Eduard Zimmerman.
2 lovely lunch menus … dated 8/22 and 8/24 1962 and written in both German and English.
Leaving from NYC on 2/1,1966 and returning on Valentines day 2/14/1966. She cruised the Caribbean for a total of 14 days. Like new and just lovely.
Nice fare place for the routes to the far east! Cover NGL’s MS Schawbenstein, Hessenstein and Bayernstein and Hamburg America’s Hamburg, Frankfurt and Hannover. Like new and dated for October 1959.
Lovely repo color photo of the stately Bremen V … rebuilt from the French Pasteur … she was a real German looker. Eventually she was sold to the Greeks and sank on the way to the scrapyard.
Excellent little Tourist Class PL for the Bremen’s crossing from Bremerhaven to NYC via Southampton and Cherbourg beginning June 29th, 1965.
Nice P. List in German for an August 1935 voyage from Hamburg.
Great little item that was purchased onboard or handed out as a gift form the company. Like new .. with maybe a couple of the paper sheets having been used.
HADAG: 1972 Services Fahrplan
1972 90+ page Fahrplan for the German ferry services . Nice photos and adverts.
Excellent sailings and Fares folder for the French Line dates 66/67. Excellent condition and funnel graphics on the cover.
NDL: Bremen 4 Cutaway Folder
Excellent cut away folder for the Bremen 5 in German. One side features a magnificent color Starboard side cutaway view , the other side highlights several of the rooms on board in photos.
Super English language deck plan for the beautiful Gorky. She started her days for German Atlantik as the “space ship” Hamburg. Buddy Peter rescued many items from here when she met her demise at Alang, India. Printed in Germany … this plan is in excellent condition.
Great smaller 4 – 8 panel fold out for this ATW cruise .. great condition … appears to be printed by the Merchants Bank Travel Department in Indianapolis, Indiana. A great companion piece if you have the larger brochures and items.
great PL for HAPAG’s lovely little Milwaukee. She spent a lot of time on cruises and was a beautiful little motor ship. The passenger list is written in German and English and includes some HAPAG Line history as well as History of the city of Milwaukee in Wisconsin for which her names was choses. Nice fold out of Colorful Nation flags in the rear … Not a common Passenger list. Typical wear with some scuffing and folds.
Nice little tissue deck plan for the wonderful long lived Berlin. She started life for SAL in the mid 1020’s and became Germany’s Premier liner in the early 1950’s. Some writing .. but interesting item!
Great tissue deck plan for the Europa … one of the fastest liners of the 1930’s. Very detailed and in great condition. Dated September 1934. She would go to the French post WW2 and live again as the Liberte.
A mint blue cover deck plan for the NDKL Europa … the old SAL Kungsholm. She was purchased to run in tandem with the Bremen.. one the new Kungsholm 3 was in the works. Excellent condition!