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
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 1972
Nice double sided deck plans for the later Home Lines vessel. Dated 10/84 this plan is in great condition with a little toning to the paper.
Adorable full color mini fold out for the lovely little ship covering all the cruises and sailings for the 69-70 season.
Large fold out with delayed color code deck plans, interior photos and of course some rate and sailing information. She made it over 60 years on the high seas before being beached in India. A marvelous little ship with great interiors.
Outstanding full color booklet for the Italia. She was and early cash cow for the Home Lines. The booklet folds out and covers the interior with full color photos and several pages of color coded deck plans.
A gem of a color coded tissue deck plan for the little Italian gal! She sure was a good looking little lady … and chock full of lovely Italian art. My favorite item being the Luzatti stairway panels my buddy peter saved and has for sale on www.midshipcentury.com. She like so many others …ender her career at Alang. The plan is in good shape … but does have some extra wrinkles around the fold lines (probably was folded incorrectly at some point).
Super double sided heavy tissue DP for the lines Last Homeric. Some minor scuffs on the cover .
Super booklet for the ships 10 and 11 day Caribbean Cruises. Information and in like new condition.
Super fold out for the ships voyages from Miami leaving every Monday and Friday. Line new!
Lovely passenger list dated May 14th 1955 the day the Italia left Hamburg heading into NYC via Southampton. Le Havre and Halifax. Nice Golden Tassel. The pages a toning to a browned patina.
Lovely cruise passenger list dated March 30th 1974. Ruffini was the Captain and master. Nice yellow tassle.
Lovely statistical sheet and portrait by Meyer Werft to celebrate the marvelous launch of the Home Lines Homeric in 1985. Stats in German and English. This appears to have been folded at one time.
Small felted and plastic doll for the Linea C … still in its original plastic covering .. never opened!
Nice folding advent rates and schedule for the little Victoria. Excellent condition.
Great fold out brochure deck plan for the lovely Flavia. Converted from Cunard’s Media … she was doing 3 and 4 days cruises to Nassau and Freeport sailing every Monday and Friday. Excellent Condition