Simple (yet detailed) deck plans of the Franca C. In nice condition with a NY agency stamp.
Excellent copy of the 1975 season Oceanic deck-Brochure plan. Home Lines still put effort and money into these types of deck plan-folder brochures through the late 1970’s. lovely onboard photos of passengers in public areas, rooms and cabins. No Agency stamp.
Home Lines had printed this exceptional type of brochure /deck plan for many years and this one is a no disappointment. Full color photography and color-coded deck plans are the staples of these wonderful brochures. Like New condition … Unfortunately, this would become her last brochure before her galley and dining room caught fire and the decision was to scrap her and look for newer tonnage.
Advertised as her inaugural winter program of sailings from Florida … is this richly colored brochure for the lovely Homeric. Home Lines had printed this exceptional type of brochure /deck plan for many years … and this one is again no disappointment. Full color photography and color-coded deck plans are the staples of these wonderful brochures. Like New condition!
Certainly, one of the most common souvenirs for cruise ships in the 70’s and 80’s! I use these for all sorts of things at home.
Heavy silver-plated fish forks from one of the post WW2 liners. Stamped Italia and Broggi made. Fine quality and needs a good polish!
A great brochure …Tiny and petite but contains some nice photography and info on all 7 cruises!
Great little list for the little combo liner for a voyage beginning 11 December and completing almost 30 days later.
Nice deck plans for the Italia dated April 1958. She saw both Trans Atlantic and Cruise service for Home Lines. Good condition with color coding for both First and tourist classes. Per passenger capacity for crossings was 1287 … and cut by half+ to 600 for cruises.
Nice deck plans for the Italia dated May 1962. The Homeric did almost full time “Sunway cruises” throughout her career with Home Lines .. and was a good profit earner for the company. This plan is printed on heavier newsprint and is in very nice condition … the blue coloring is a little faded at the edges in places.
One of the last great true Italian liners .. the lovely Galileo Galilei. She and her sister Mariconi were stunningly beautiful and exceptionally decorated. The card is in great unused condition
Such a lovely Italian gal … the beautiful Ocean Princess. She sailed for long time under many names and owners (Costa for many years). The card is in great unused condition.
Excellent port profile of the gorgeous Colombo … one of my post war Italian favorites. Nice unused condition.
2 lovely postcards for the running mates … other started life and Dutch colonial liners Willem Ruys and Oranje … Both met there fates too early and by fire. A nice set of oversized cards!
Nice brochure advertising several of the Irpinia’s (and Caribia’s) cruises for the 1973 season… Including a Christmas cruise and a African cruise. there are a few interior photos … but the majority of the photos are “ashore” and port photos. Brooklyn NY agency stamp. There is a 1″ seam separation along the binding edge.
Nice set of green deck plans for the lovely sisters for their second season of service. Gorgeous Starboard side color photo of the Mike is printer on the rear cover. Super nice color-coded plans printed in Italian and English.
This was the first and by far the best brochure for the Lovely Victoria! She was completely rebuild from a classic 1930’s Union Castle motorship … into the modern and sleek Victoria. She cruised throughout her long life, finally ending her days at Alang in the new millennium. Includes the original mylar dust cover.
An excellent interior fold out for the last Italian superliner sisters the Michealangelo and Raffaello. Stunning ships they barley had 10 year careers on the Atlantic .NYC agency stamp.
Excellent green covered DP for the Lovely Leo …. Dated Feb 1969. Like new … probably never opened.
Great brochure with deck plans that covers 3 “Costa” ships (2 under Charter): The Carla C (ex Flandre), The Angela (Lauro) and the Chandris “Amerikanis”. All 3 ships offered different cruise packages sailing out of San Juan. NYC agency stamp on the back … light foxing to the covers.
The Fairwind was sailing the Caribbean and the Fairsea was sailing Alaska and Mexico.
Nice little flyer for the Caribbean program out of PE .. for the TSS Fairwind.
Nice fold out with deck plan for the Fairwind’s 1976 east cost program. Excellent condition with a Dover Delaware agency stamp.
Super nice DP Brochure for the 1974 seasons … the Fairsea would have been practically new out of her rebuild. Lovely giant centerfold with the ships port profile portrait and deck plans.
This covers all classes and include some ship facts and some onboard photos. Folds out to a double sided plan and printed on heavier stock. Dated September 1970