Great Carefree Cruises foldout w/ Plans .. of the Yukon Star and Glacier Queen. Great Map of their route up the inner Passage to Skagway. Hollywood Ca agency stamp.
Very nice booklet about shipboard events and jargon. Also includes info about many sites and stops along the normal service route.
Interesting fold out brochure for Canadian National’s 1969 Alaska Cruises. You could have taken the lovely Prince George from Vancouver all the way up the inner passage to Skagway. Includes an insert for the schedule and rates.
Unusual piece of ephemera for fundraisers and outings about the Wilson Line ships. In good used condition and printed on heavier stock paper.
Lovely like new Delta Queen deck plan and brochure for her 1975 season. Trenton NJ agency stamp … like new condition.
Great little brochure for the Eastern (the St Lawrence to Buffalo) and Western (Lake Erie to Lake Superior) Routes for the CSL. In excellent condition.
A daily Menu covering all 4 ships … Hendrick Hudson , Alexander Hamilton, Peter Stuyvesant and Robert Fulton. Roast stuff Maryland turkey for $2.20? … Sign me up! Good condition with rounded and bent corners.
Lovely little fold out for the yearly service between Cape May, New Jersey and Lewes, Delaware
Nice flyer for the ancient SS Sabino … built in 1908. No date but I assume in the 1980’s.
Nice little for the 35 mile sightseeing tour of NYC and harbor on “America’s favorite boat ride”
Lovely little brochure booklet and rate schedule for the Queen’s 1967 season on the Ohio and Mississippi. Interestingly … the rate schedule contains the deck plan outline. The brochure covers the boat interiors and route stops.
Lovely several page article w/ photos on one of my favorite Great Lakes companies ..the GBL. There twin sisters The North American and South American were fixtures on the lakes till the mid 1960’s .. the GBL also operated the Alabama in the 40’s .. and used her as a parts ship for the other 2 boats until their demise. Once of my biggest regrets was not making time to visit the South American in the early 1990’s before she was finally scrapped.
Lovely fold out for the Osiris’s Luxury Nile cruises. Colorful graphics and lovely pictures of Egypt. Dated for the 66/67 season. Excellent condition.
Lovely beverage list from one of CP’s British Columbia steamers that ran under trhr CP Rail Banner and operation division. Lost of different selections and in goods shape ,, some stains from wear.
Exploration Cruise Lines: Canadian and Pac Northwest inland cruises 1983/84
Great brochure for the myriad of cruise options for Canadian -British Columbia and PNW cruises. Full color and lots of photos.
Maryland Port Administration: MV Port Welcome 1976 Flyer
Nice little 2 toned flyer for the MV Port Welcome. She could cruise or be chartered for cruises out of Baltimore and the upper Chesapeake Bay area.
American Cruise Lines: 1976-77 East Coast cruises
Lovely brochure for the 1976-77 season for the 2 vessels: the Independence and American Eagle. The brochure is printed in Bicentennial RWB colors .. folds out to large double-sided sheet with some minor edge wear.
Ontario Waterway Cruises: Trent-Severn Canal Waterway Cruises
There 2 different boats on this service were the Kawartha Voyager or the Trent Voyager… they were double decker houseboat like vessels designed for the canal transits. Pretty interesting service!
Coastwise Cruise Line: Pilgrim Belle 84/85 Inaugural season Brochure
Lovely brochure for the New Pilgrim Belle. She was constructed to recapture a historical steamer experience for her passengers with minute details. Unfortunately, these Eastern sea board based cruises were not very successful and the PB was sold to other owners. Pristine condition
2 nice pieces for the Old Bay Line aka the Baltimore Steam Packet Company. These services covered the Chesapeake Bay and Potomac river routes .. and at the time were the oldest steamboat company in the US… services started in 1840! The City of Norfolk and City of Richmond were the last survivors … but would be soon retired.
Great little model paperweight of one of the Later USC’s boats that served the coastal watesr and rivers in Western Canada. Somewhat of a competitor to Canadian Pacific .. CP eventually bought what was left of the company when it was liquidated in the period after WW2. Heavy and in good shape .. still red and black paint on the funnel.
Lovely heavy laminate cabin #374 key and FOB for the mighty Mississippi Queen. She was the newer companion to the famous Delta Queen … but after the her owner’s bankrupcy she fell into disrepair and was scrapped. The DQ is thankfully intact and currently in Chattanooga TN.
Covers cruises for the 1960 season April thru November. There are deckplans and nice onboard snapshots of the interiors and life aboard … as well as destination info. Some small silverfish nibbles on the cover and the last page is clipped.
Two great little writing sheets and one envelope from onboard the SS South American. These South spent the better part of the 20th century cruising the great lakes before being retired in the mid 60’s. Oh .. the lost and romantic art of writing letters! In good shape .. though need to be pressed to clean up the minor edge bumps.