Great brochure for the Mayan cruises in 1974-75aboard the French stunner Mermoz. The Mermoz was “dedicated to the good life and the brochure covers all aspects of how the good life aboard the ship was defined. 2 pages of fully colored deck plans … this brochure is very nice!
Great flyer for the French stunner Mermoz. The wine was free and the cruises were full of fun and sun. there were 2 different cruises … both started and ended at San Juan. Great color pictures .. I bet those crepes suzette served in the dining room were amazing! I have the brochure listed for this set of cruises as well!
Great brochure with colorful deckplans for the French stunner Mermoz. The wine was free and the cruises were full of fun and sun. there were 2 different cruises … both started and ended at San Juan. Great color pictures .. I bet those crepes suzette served in the dining room were amazing!
Lovely little rate folder for the even lovelier Queen Frederica. She would have been 36 years old and still have a decade of life ahead of her. Excellent condition
The nice brochure covers several cruises and general information for these First Class Only voyages in 1938. There are a number of great photos on the inside taken on board the ships. The cover does have some scuffs all else is near perfect.
The pinkest brochure ever printed … is this one for the Doric!!! Formerly the Shalom, she was the replacement ship when the poor Homeric burned and scrapped. Nice deck plan and filled with other b/w photos and plenty of info and pink hibiscus flowers. Excellent condition.
Alas the Homeric was ravaged by a fire in July of 1973 and never would return to service … this advance brochure was printed all for naught. This has been hole punched.
A very nice set of Preliminary plans for the Flagship … the world was awaiting with baited breath for her to make her debut when these were printed. Great condition … these have only been unfolded a few times as far as I can tell.
This plan from September 1968 is printed one very heavy stock paper and appears to have never of been opened. Excellent condition and well detailed plan … love the little bit and pieces of furniture shown.
Great little booklet listing all sorts of facts (about 60 items) you would need to know from Accommodations right down the list to Wines. There are very cute little cartoons throughout by an artist names Thelwell.
Dated 2/21/1964, the Mauretania was on her “Cruise to the Atlantic Isles”. She would have been painted green by this time … Cunard desperately trying to mimic the Caronia’s style with the Mauretania. It didn’t really work … just about a year and a half later she was sold to the scrappers. Contains an inserted errata page and some additional passenger information.
I have always loved this ship … and NAL did a very nicely detailed deck plans for all of their fleet members. This plan appears to never have been unfolded and has a California agency stamp on the rear cover. Excellent condition.
Super simple little blue directory for the Lovely Statendam done after her “Cinderella” refit. A few little scuffs and erase marks.
The ship was almost exclusively tourist class and was really intended for the budget minded traveler. At only 482 feet in length … I can only imagine how she would have been tossed about the stormy Atlantic in bad weather. This plan is in excellent never used condition.
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 original copy of the Shipbuilder Magazine … this one dating from 1914 and completely dedicated to Cunard’s Aquitania. The covers and spine are a little worn but the interior pages are 100% complete and great… right down to the plans and color plates. If the Aquitania is your ship … this is a must have item. Many folks have these rebound with hard covers … this could be a great candidate for that. An absolute treasure!
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.
The Winston Chuchhill was a great little gem: a lovely combination of Italian Shipbuilding and Danish Design. I purchased this sofa from Peter Knego after he rescued it and 2 others from the ship when she was scrapped in Alang. According to PK, there were only 3 of these special 2 seater sized sofas ever created by Kay Korbing for any ship. One of the rescued sofas went overseas, one remains with PK in California and this last one can now be yours. In great structural shape, this will need upholstery and foam work to bring it back into its full glory. A very special Item! Shipping calculator will not be correct … I’ll need to quote this!
Great little booklet written in 1970 about the POL’s prewar Bartor … as well as some infor on her successor the second Batory (once HAL’s Maasdam). This has paper covers wrapped with a light cellophane dust jacket. Filled with info, this is written in Polish of course and includes b/w photos. About 63 pages in length.