Nice onboard informational booklet for the UCL. About 20 pages full of all sorts of shipboard wisdom and information on destinations and ports… the centerfold even has samples menus. this is in great shape … and the little cartoon sketches were done by an artist named Thelwell. Want to know about Hairdressing .. turn to page 5. Great conditions
Excellent like new .. the paper is still stiff Deck plans and interiors fold out for the Pendennis Castle. Full of color coded plans and nice color interior photos .. this will not disappoint! revised in 1962 .. the PC was one of the last ships built for UC. There is an agency stamp on the rear cover.
Nice set of Mermaid covered Plans for the lovely Edinburgh Castle. First class plans and photos on one side … Tourist Class plan and info on the flipside. Very nice condition. These are getting harder for me to find in great condition
Lovely Fares and sailings booklet dated July 1964 …. like new condition.
Nice, like new sailings and fares booklet. Excellent condition and rates printed in US dollars
Nice plan for UC -SafMarine’s the SA Vaal … formerly the Transvaal Castle. Very light scuffs to the covers … full color deck plans and photos inside . Automobile Clube of California Agency stamp on the back side.
Excellent fold out deck plan for the Reina … once she left the Pacific steam fleet and joined Union Castle. Dated in the later to mid 60’s … after the Transvaal Castle was renamed SA Vaal. In excellent shape with wonderful color interior photos.
Great little fold out for UC and their 1964 season. Great shape and clean with no agency stamp.
Great graphics on this UC rate schedule for 1965. Great condition!
Union Castle: Reina Del Mar Deck Plan
Excellent DP for the Reina Del Mar after her purchase for Pacific Steam. Fully color plans and phots of her great Interiors. Excellent condition and printed on super glossy paper.
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.
Great little image of a early UC steamer… not sure which one … but I bet she was some type of “fill in the blank” Castle. I have always loved the light lavender hulls. Some age spots and general wear… great little for framing.
Very interesting item for the UCL .. when they chartered the MV Victoria for a 2 month Voyage from Dec 1999 thru February 2000. the center fold menu is quite extensive … lots of food and dishes … I would have been quite full!
Menu .. is actually much broader … more of a brochure. There is a historical UCL fleet list and repo snapshots of scenes onboard UCL ships including several launching photos … this is almost a mini fleet history with many photos!
Wonderful heavy tissue stock deck plan for one of the UC’s last ships … the Pendennis Castle. This shows accommodations as it was revised in September 1968. Within a decade, Union Castle would be out of the passenger carrying business. This is in great shape , other than a rusty line on the cover.
Lovely laminated cabinet from a tourist cabin on the Windsor Castle. Buddy Peter Knego saved all sorts of items from the ship when she was dismantled at Alang .. and this item is really cool. There would have been 2 of these in each 4 berth tourist cabin … so each occupant would have a little storage case for personal domestic hygiene supplies … like toothbrush and paste, bath soap, aftershave etc. There are little metal hardware dishes and holders inside for above items to store easily. There are areas of wear to the laminate .. but this could clean up nicely and still be used as a bathroom storage cubby today! . **shipping calculator may not be accurate .. shipping may have to be quoted ***.
Directly from the onboard gift shop … a small charm for the RMS Edinburgh Castle. Really nice enamel ship crest. Looks like this may have been part of a keychain … but it would be great as a medallion on a neckless.
Directly from the onboard gift shop … and letter opener from the RMS Pretoria Castle. Really nice enamel ship crest crest and the blade looks hardly to have been used. Dr. Livingston never had such finery!