A lovely publicity shot of Chandris Fantasy Cruises Meridian. She was rebuilt from Lloyd Triestino’s magnificent Galileo Galilei. She sank in May of 1999 after an engine room fire.
A great 4x6ish framed picture of the amazing Rotterdam Sailing past an Alaskan Glacier. You can visit her today in Rotterdam harbor.
A great 4x6ish framed picture of the lovely Horizon.
Great heavy stock folder celebrating Matson’s 5th ship to be named Lurline. She was launched in June of 1973. Lovely profile rendering and in Excellent condition.
Great Alcoa booklet filled with information about the ships and services … super FAQ section, Info on Food and Who’s Who section. Super condition.
Great delta line sailing schedule dated 1955. In like new condition with Mount Vernon Agency stamp.
Two great flyers for States Lines services… sailing from the west coast of the US to the Far East. The larger blue flyers describes interiors with renderings and deck plans while the second red flyer gives a quick synopsis of the ships and services. Great condition.
Great plant for these post war sisters … It is detailed and also contains info on the ship and well as interior photos. There is some yellowing to the edges. This plan is dated 7/63.
Printed on heavier stock is this great blue and white printed schedule and dated 1965. Good condition!
Excellent into brochure for the 4 Santas: Magdalena, Mariana, Maria and Mercedes. The pages contain lovely interior renderings and deck plans as well as romantic descriptions about the ports of call on their South American Routes. The ships were originally built without a traditional funnel … a mistake decried by ship lovers that was soon corrected. Good condition on heavier stock.
A very nice 4 page folding brochure highlighting the Mauretania 2’s new southern route service. The color brochure includes many onboard and interior photos … passengers enjoying food, sunny decks and activities onboard. Some writing on the cover … I wonder whatever happened to the “clipping” that was inside per the cover note.
Nice souvenir ceramic ash tray from the mid 1980’s which also features Howard Hughes “Spruce Goose” airplane. Excellent condition.
Great ticket holder in excellent condition. Lovey gold Cunard lion and Red Cunard lettering.
Great leather ticket holder in excellent condition. Includes the Cunard Travel documents booklet … and dates to a 2004 QE2 Eastbound Crossing. The cover is embossed with Cunard lettering and the Lion symbol.
Super serving tray with a lovely port profile of the Sea Venture in Bermuda. The handles are made of teak and the tray itself is sturdy metal construction. The ship and her sister went to the Princess fleet and became TV Legends.
2 great folders for the QE2’s maiden season. The orange preview folder is dedicated to the QE2’s voyages and rates the Cunard 1969 folder covers all of the services for the 1969 season for QE2, Carmania and Franconia. Excellent with minor scuffs from use.
Great little booklet packed full of facts about Cunard’s brand new Queen Mary. Includes some photos and great little graphics … nice comparisons to famous landmarks like the Empire State Building and Niagara Falls. Dated June 1 1936
Super heavy ashtray in excellent shape … the gold lettering on the rim surface has a few scratches.
2 great deck plans for Hanseatic 2 (Zim Lines ex Shalom and Later Home Lines Doric) one of them is in German and one of them is in English. Both are in excellent condition and have Van Nuys California agency stamps.
Interesting Plan for the Paquebot France … showing the cooling circulation system (Using a French to English translator). Cleary stamped from the Chantiers De L’Atlantique builders yard unfolds to over 6 feet long and 3 feet wide. Removed from the ship while she was Laid up in Florida.
Unusual item from a long-ago cruise … a lovely songbook. In traditional Jewish form this opens from back to front and is read right to left. In excellent shape with FAB graphics!
Excellent Norway brochure: the first page folds out to a port side profile of the mighty vessel and at the centerfold are very nice color deck plans. This would have been for her second season in the NCL fleet. The brochure does play on her recent 100 million refit and French heritage. Like new condition with NYC agency stamp
Very interesting folder of items for the TS Batory (Formerly the HAL Maasdam). There are several sheets (dated 1969) of “press release” information on the “new” vessel and her predecessor the MV Batory … the Poles were quite proud of both vessels. There is also a deck plan, rates sheet and sailings information for 1971. A lovely fold out brochure highlights her interiors and also included is a postcard. All in excellent shape and not common to find intact!
Lovely heavy China Putter pat for the USL …. Dates from the Chapman Era… with the Triangular cartouche. Made by Buffalo China. In excellent with minor use.
Great Little tables from the Amazing little French combo colonial liner Tahitien which finished her days cruising as the Atalante for Paradise Cruises. As built the little lady had beautiful post war French Deco interiors .. and many of these elements like these tables survived right up until she was scrapped in 2005. Buddy peter Knego saved these tables as well as other items from the ship and they sold out almost immediately. I have decided to part with my pair … and I am sure they will go to a great home. From the patinaed wood construction to their glorious solid brass feet … these are stunning. Solid used condition just as they came off the ship. The shipping calculator will not be correct… I will need to quote shipping.