Great inaugural book for the Star Princess when she joined the fleet in 1989! Built at St Nazaire … she was the crème de la crème when she was new. This excellent book not only covers her building and design in detail … but gives us an excellent yet brief historical look at the industry and the P&O fleet.
Nice deck directory for the SS Norway … complete with a simple starboard profile cutaway.
Such a great little early Modern cruise ship … the Golden Odyssey. Greek owned and staffed … she sailed successfully for many years.
Sadly, she only sailed as Atlantic for Chandris for a short time (after the Enormous rebuild effort) … however she sailed for many years out of Miami for different owners under different names.
Interesting photograph of the Norway (ex France) at night … as she is docked and taking on Bunker C oil. Certainly, an early Norway Photo … as her decks have not been raised and she in her original NCL funnel color scheme.
Unused tag for the Crown Odyssey
Unused tag for the Dreamward
Unused tag for the Homeric
Unused tag for the Royal Odyssey
Unused tag for the Pacific Princess
NCL’s first ship in 1966 … here she us the Sunward and her cruises for the 1970 season. A well don folder with phots and a deck plan for the lovely little ship. The folder was designed by Les Stern Advertising
Nice folder deck plan for the skyward and her 1973 cruises out of Miami. Like new a little pencil note on the back side.
The Fairwind was sailing the Caribbean and the Fairsea was sailing Alaska and Mexico.
Nice little flyer for the Caribbean program out of PE .. for the TSS Fairwind.
Nice fold out with deck plan for the Fairwind’s 1976 east cost program. Excellent condition with a Dover Delaware agency stamp.
Super nice DP Brochure for the 1974 seasons … the Fairsea would have been practically new out of her rebuild. Lovely giant centerfold with the ships port profile portrait and deck plans.
Superb set of “blueprint” like deck plans done for the lovely Sea Venture .. per the fine print, these were printed specifically for the Travel Industry in 1970. The plans are double sided and contain 2 nice stateroom renderings as well. Like new condition … and printed in the USA.
Lovely like new booklet for Commodore’s MS Bolero. Dated for the 74-75 season. Very colorful with an Ohio Agency stamp.
Nice full color deck plan for the little cruiser. This is agency stamped from Rochester NY.
Great log for the 308th westbound voyage … Bremerhaven to NYC via Southampton and Le Havre. Her highest speed for the voyage was 30.82K.
Nice little photo portfolio for the now defunct Dolphin cruise line. Good condition and great for any ship photos.
Lovely cruise passenger list dated March 30th 1974. Ruffini was the Captain and master. Nice yellow tassle.
German Atlantic sure did nice deck plans in the later 1960’s and early 70’s. there are in color and include various onboard photos.
Lovely statistical sheet and portrait by Meyer Werft to celebrate the marvelous lenghtening of the ex Home Lines Homeric now HAL’s Westerdam in 1990. Stats in German and English. This appears to have been folded at one time.
Lovely statistical sheet and portrait by Meyer Werft to celebrate the marvelous launch of the Home Lines Homeric in 1985. Stats in German and English. This appears to have been folded at one time.