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DELTA LINE to South America from New Orleans

delta line, mid-century

The Delta Line was cruising to South America from New Orleans in the 1950s. The steamship company introduced three revolutionary passenger-cargo ships to its South American services in the post-war years of the 1940s. In keeping with the trade name of the company, “Delta Line”, the three vessels were given ... Read More »

David Bowie, Walt Disney and Elizabeth Taylor were regulars on Cunard Line which celebrates its 178th year of sailing the Atlantic today

David Bowie, Celebrity, Star, Cruise, Travel, Ships, Trains, Fear of Flying, RMS Canberra, SS France, QE 2, Italian Line, Cruising The Past, Michael L. Grace, Cruise History

  Cunard’s current success rests upon a rich heritage of 178 years of building and operating ocean liners on transatlantic voyages. From its earliest days, the Cunard name has been synonymous with leadership in ocean liners and transatlantic travel, a tradition that continues to this day. Hundreds of stars, celebrities, ... Read More »