5 nice postcards for 4 carnival ships:2 for the Holiday, 1each for the Tropicale, Celebration and Fascination.
Nice Letter announcing the delayed “Maiden Voyage ” (her third) for the SS Monterey. The new sailing date was established as July 31st 1988 … delayed with the ship being at the builders yard in Finland.
Excellent little booklet of all Princess had to offer in 1979: Covers voyages to Alaska, Mexico, Hawaii, North Cape, Mediterranean, Caribbean and Panama Canal. Covers the Princess Ships ( Island, Pacific and Sun ) as well as Oriana and Canberra.
The Newest Concept In Cruising: Miami to Mexico drive on – drive off service. The Bolero is covered in detail with lots of colorful graphics in the booklet. Looks to have never been used … but does have a Milwaukee agency stamp.
Nice booklet for Chandris Fantasy Cruises aboard the Britanis. starting at $399 .. these were the bargains of the day. I wish I would have done one of these when I was younger. Like new with a MO agency stamp.
Lovely brochure for the ships various cruises that were planned around her return to Meyer Werft for some updated and reconditioning after4 seasons in the Caribbean. Lovely center fold- out of colored deck plans. Nice condition with typical Minor wear and scuffs to the cover.
Lovely brochure for the ships 3rd season with NCL. There is a magical port profile that folds out of the front cover. Lots of excellent photography inside … as well as full color deck plans. In good shape with a few scuffs and minor wear
Great set of plans for Carnival’s 3rd ship. Excellent like new condition.
Carnival Cruises: “Things to know before sailing” booklet
Excellent early little booklet on “ things to know” for the original 3 ships: Mardi Gras, Festivale and Carnivale. Good like new condition.
Nice plan for the Norway ( ex France). Printed in 1998 when she was still sailing like clockwork and raking in the cash for NCL Hard to believe that’s 22 years ago! Nice condition.
Nice brochure for the Norway for the 82/83 season. She was the largest cruise ship for many years .. and raked in millions for NCL over her long career. A little scuffing to the cover … but still in good condition
Nice folder deck plan for the Mikhail Lermontov’s 1976 Winter Cruises. This series of cruises left Baltimore and lasted for 9 -14 dated depending on the cruise. Like New condition.
Nice brochure /deck plan for the Russian ships Late 1976- May 1977 Balalaika Cruises out of New Orleans. Lovely like new condition with colorfully printed deck plans inside.
Nice deck plan folder for the MS Kazakhstan’s Bermuda Cruises in 1977 . She was the newest Russian Cruise ship at the time. Like new condition .. could have been printed yesterday
Nice flyer for several mini cruises in June of 1979 out of NY harbor. Great deck plans inside, I think the Russians were trying to appeal to the Americans with their Red white and blue brochure coloring.
Excellent hard laminate key FOB to cabin A128 of the lovely Norway. Often times these were innocently carried off and mailed back … sometimes they made attractive souvenirs! This is in excellent shape.
Nice sealed playing cards from a recent cruise aboard HAL!
This would have been the first time the Norway left the Caribbean in 4 years to cross the Atlantic. It was clever scheme to position the ship for special voyages around her first refit at Meyer-Werft. Line New brochure with deck plans.
Lovely little souvenir spoon that could have been bought on any of the RVL ships. Great condition and still in its original box.
Great little saucer for the ship of many names and owners. Royal Falcon Ironstone made by Weatherby Hanley England.
Great little pin dish for the ship of many names and owners. Falcon ware made by Weatherby Hanley England.
This excellent Brochure for the new “Century” has all the things you would expect: Lush interior renderings, excellent pull out cut a way of the ship, colored deck plans and excellent details about items like furnishings.
Reading the menu, you can almost taste the delicacies through their exceptional descriptions. The Luncheon took place at the Pier in NYC. The deep blue cover is embossed in copper with the ships profile and name. Excellent like new condition.
Excellent portfolio given out to those lucky passengers and guests that took the LAST Grand World cruise of the ships HAL career. Finely made, the portfolio it includes the original paper pad, pen and cruise pin.
Interesting Captains dinner menu for the Cunard Adventurer … not dated but certainly form the 1970’s. The covers are super nice sturdy cardboard stock and decorated with silver treasures of British craftmanship. Lovely right down to the silver tassel.