Covering all cruises and voyages from various lines in the 1977 seasons. These are dated April, July and December 1977. Good condition.
Beautiful 1/1500 scale model for the lovely Pilsudski. She did not survive WW2 … but her sister Batory did and sailed into the 1960’s. Brand New.
I thought this was quite unique … a simple little fold of for NYK that is completely written in Japanese. I wish I could read it .. the cover art is outstanding and there is one picture of an NYK vessel on the inside. There are a few little edge nibbles.
Nice double sided Deck Plan for the beautiful little VP … she would end up catching fire and being destroyed. A few public room photos compliment the deck plan.
Super nice fold out with bright and beautiful colors … contains cabin plans, photos, deck plans cruise tips and sailing schedule … it’s all here for the 69/70 season. Super condition.
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.
Quite a nice passenger list for this voyage from Southampton to Buenos Aires. It looks like the trip was well patronized thought the autograph pages are blank. The cover is just graphically outstanding.
Excellent like new plan for the little Japanese lady. The deck and cabins are color coded … and the pages include some interior photos. Chico California Agency stamp.
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.
Lovely set of hurricane glasses from the ship of multi lives. These would be perfect for some Mojitos or Daiquiris.
Great double set of Playing Cards for this ship of many varied lives! Excellent condition.
A beautiful graphic brochure for the OO fleet. I find it fascinating how CY Tung grew his business and fleet from rag tag used tonnage into a worldwide shipping enterprise. Really beautiful photos and graphics!
Very Nice Russian Language deck plan for the Flagship of the soviet fleet. The plan does include some color interior and life aboard type views. Polish up on you Russian!
Nice folder by TC … showing multi like cruises in 1981 (and some related air fares). The cover shows the Rotterdam’s pool and lido deck.
Multi- Line folder for cruises (and related Air fares) for 1966. Excellent condition and full of lots of cruise information!
Lovely MS Oranje sailings and fares for starting in November 1961. I had forgotten the Oranje was a Triple Screw ship … very unusual!
Direct from the land of Don Quoxite …A Spanish Line item for the little sisters. Great graphics and information. Includes a separate 1964 rate sheet
Rare for me to fins Spanish Line items …and this is a great little DP brochure for these 2 little sisters. Great item!
Full color Deck Plan for the then Soviet Flagship Alexander Pushkin .. She is still sailing today as the Marco Polo .. one of the last great classic liners. Lovely color interiors and in great shape… first time I have had this particular plan.
Victoria: She started life for Union Castle in the 30’s and then became the famed and long loved cruiser (initially) for the Incres line. She survived several owners and scores of cruising routes. Peter Knego salvaged and saved many items from her when she went to Alang. This is the first brochure that was done for her … stiff plastic covers, pristine and full of interior renderings.
Excellent like new diary for the little Monarch. She worked with the Queen of Bermuda and did extensive cruising. Eventually she became the Varna.
Great little colorful Clipper line playing cards with box marked Stella Polaris … an uncommon find in great condition.
Direct from the onboard gift shop of one of my favorite ships of all times … the TS Hanseatic. This green portrait goblet is in Excellent condition! $22