Nice modern cruising souvenir puzzle for the RCL. This is in “never opened” condition and shows one of the glorious white-hulled cruisers. Cute little item for Royal Caribbean. Meant as a gift …has an area to be addressed and stamped .. and dropped in the mail!
Nice early framed print of the Norway done by marine artist James Flood. Certainly done before the suites were added topside … and the ship’s good “French” looks and superb lines were a bit compromised. The Norway arrived at Alang named “Blue Lady” and was cut up for scrap metal to fuel India’s growing economy. The print is in great shape .. a few nicks to the frame. *** shipping calculator may not be correct, I should quote***
Colorful folded multi-page brochure for the Britanis. This does include nice colored deckplans. This was from her 1993 Mexican Caribbean season. 5 nights, $399. She started life as a Maston liner … but after a long life with Chandris, she sailed white hulled and rusty from Tampa on her way to the scrappers.
Another fine pin dish from Royal Cruise Line. This one is still in it’s original box and wrapper! This was a gift for Ms Neta Kabney who stayed in cabin 9065. Excellent condition!
Great little souvenr dish … with a nice image of one of their ships … the Royal Odyssey. She spent many years sailing all over the globe. The dish is in great condition with no flaws.
A great in the package RVL scarf. I really loved the RVL ships … they had such nice modern lines. The scarf looks like it was never opened or worn… excellent condition! Still stylish for modern cruising!
MV Victoria: A nice travel agency counter card for this trendy little post war cruiser! She started life in the 30’s as a traditional looking motor ship for Union castle … and after war was gutted and rebuilt to become a gem of Italian modern design for Incres. The card is in great condition with bright colors!
Oh, Hadley’s dream that never came to pass! This is an orginial 15 page mimeographed guide on how to sell cruising society memberships for the reconditioned SS United States. Answers to about 30 questions in FAQ format. One question confirms her homeport as Honolulu. Never saw another one of these! Please help save our national flagship: www.savetheunitedstates.org. 10 Percent of all SSUS sales from GLL are donated to saving the ship.