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SAILING ABOARD THE RMS ORCADES -1960S VIDEO

Video of 1950s sailing aboard RMS ORCADES – Tourist class pool area. The RMS Orcades (later SS Orcades) was built by Vickers Armstrong Ltd in Barrow-in-Furness as Yard Number 950. She was launched on the 14th October 1947 and completed on the 14th November 1948. Orcades replaced her predecessor, Orcades ... Read More »

The 747 is 40 Years Old Today. Cruising the Past celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the first commercial flight of a Boeing 747 aircraft. It was flown by Pan Am between New York and London.

Airline History: The 747 is 40 Years Old Today.  The flight was scheduled for Jan 21, 1970 but departed late on Jan 22.  Cruising the Past celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the first commercial flight of a Boeing 747 aircraft.  It was flown by Pan Am between New York and ... Read More »

CARIBBEAN CRUISE – 1929 ABOARD SWEDISH AMERICA LINE’S MS KUNGSHOLM – THE STEAMSHIP ART DECO MASTERPIECE – WONDERFUL FAMILY HOME MOVIES

CARIBBEAN CRUISE – 1929 ABOARD SWEDISH AMERICA LINE’S MS KUNGSHOLM – A SHIP WHERE J. D. SALINGER WAS CRUISE DIRECTOR –  THE STEAMSHIP ART DECO MASTERPIECE – WONDERFUL FAMILY HOME MOVIES FROM PROMINENT SWEDISH FAMILY For the following information we wish to thank Lars Hemingstam and his excellent website on ... Read More »

The Cafe de Paris

Cruising the Past:  Historical look at London’s famous Café de Paris. The Cafe is a London nightclub, opened in 1924, which over the years has featured such performers as Dorothy Dandridge, Harry Gold, Harry Roy, Ken Snakehips Johnson, Bert Ambrose, and Maxine Cooper Gomberg. Louise Brooks made history when she ... Read More »