2 great items for the QAM: the first is a leaflet for the 1974 Bermuda cruises out of Baltimore and Philadelphia. This includes info on the Happy ship herself, room rates and onboard pictures (the guy in the black socks and shorts is a looker for sure). The deckplan is a little yellowed and the prior owner added several notes on various cabin rates.
Nice no frills passenger list for a 1966 Bermuda cruise. Printed on off-white stock … it list’s the folks that would have been onboard. A cute “plain Jane” little bugger!
Nice little deckplan for the Olympia with about 25 great little onboard vibrant color pictures. The Greeks were certainly proud of this little ship … rare for them to have a newly built liner … so adept were they at recycling older ships into new roles and lives. This is printed on heavier stock and the white parts have aged and yellowed a little. One very small 1/4″ tear on a seamline.
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.