Nice sealed playing cards from a recent cruise aboard HAL!
This would have been the first time the Norway left the Caribbean in 4 years to cross the Atlantic. It was clever scheme to position the ship for special voyages around her first refit at Meyer-Werft. Line New brochure with deck plans.
Great little saucer for the ship of many names and owners. Royal Falcon Ironstone made by Weatherby Hanley England.
Great little pin dish for the ship of many names and owners. Falcon ware made by Weatherby Hanley England.
This excellent Brochure for the new “Century” has all the things you would expect: Lush interior renderings, excellent pull out cut a way of the ship, colored deck plans and excellent details about items like furnishings.
Reading the menu, you can almost taste the delicacies through their exceptional descriptions. The Luncheon took place at the Pier in NYC. The deep blue cover is embossed in copper with the ships profile and name. Excellent like new condition.
Excellent portfolio given out to those lucky passengers and guests that took the LAST Grand World cruise of the ships HAL career. Finely made, the portfolio it includes the original paper pad, pen and cruise pin.
Interesting Captains dinner menu for the Cunard Adventurer … not dated but certainly form the 1970’s. The covers are super nice sturdy cardboard stock and decorated with silver treasures of British craftmanship. Lovely right down to the silver tassel.
Great brochure for the 1982 cruise schedules of the Sea Princess (the former SAL Kungsholm). There is an outstanding 3d cut away of the ship and many photos of onboard rooms and activities. Like new condition
Lovely “WIP” sign printed on heavier stock for the ss Norway … on a ship, there is always some sort of “work in Progress”.
3 lovely sheets of writing paper from the ss Norway. In excellent condition.
Nice colorful fold out for the JQ … for her 1968 cruises to Nassau and of course, Jamaica. She was pretty small and very intimate little ship … I bet every passenger knew their shipmates by the end of their voyage. Mankato, Minnesota agency stamp (a town made famous by Little House on the Prairie and Laura Ingalls Wilder). Like new!
NCL’s pioneer on the 3, 4 and 7 day Nassau and Jamaica cruise runs. This folds out to include lots of onboard interior and activity photos …a s well as a very boldly colored deck plan. Dated form early 1968.
Nice interior folder and deck plan for the lovely little Izarra. She was sailing out of Miami on 7 days cruises in the later 60’s … this folder dated July of 1968. Printer on textured stock … Nice color photos and deck plans and rate info etc. For being as modern as she was … some of her interiors and furnishings looked quite dark and traditional
Nice little photo album from Silversea cruises. Excellent condition
Lovely golden souvenir pin dish for the NCL Skyward. By the sunburst emblem on her hull … this would have been from fairly early in her career. Excellent condition
Lovely baggage tag from the much admired RVL. Excellent condition
2 daily programs for the ship dated September 4th and 5th 1995. Love the winged funnels!
These are typically great folders full of each shipping lines and ships individual schedules and whereabouts.
Excellent early 1980 brochure for the then Mega cruise ship! She had only returned to service a bout a year before … she made NCL millions and millions. Excellent condition. Folds out to a huge almost four foot starboard profile of the blue hulled beauty.
Lovely guide to the Queen Victoria … one of Cunard’s finest vessels for the 21st century. Lovely deck plans and interior images printed on heavy stock
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.
Unused tag for the Crown Odyssey