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Cruise Line History – The ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY – 1930s

The ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY – Passenger Liners 1952  The ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY Passenger Liners – 1935 Passengers on deck enjoying shuffleboard aboard an Alaska Steamship Line steamer in the1930s. En route from Seattle, Washington to Juneau, Alaska. Alaska Steamship Company poster – 1930s HISTORY of the Alaska Steamship Company. Regular ... Read More »

Cruise History: THE DELTA LINE

AMERICA’S FIRST POST-WAR LINERS OF THE 1940’s Courtesy James L. Shaw – SM Aug/86 Delta Line’s DEL SUD, one of the three passenger/cargo liners which helped re-establish U.S. trade to South America after the Second World War. Note the dummy ‘funnel’ and twin exhaust uptakes. The Mississippi Shipping Company of ... Read More »

CRUISE LINE HISTORY

CRUISE LINE HISTORY is a historical and contemporary look at cruise ships, ocean liners and Pullman streamliners. From the 1930s through the 1960s and how it relates to the present. Examining the glamour of traveling prior to 747s and the “Love Boat” mentality.  Looking at a “retro” period when there ... Read More »

S.S. PRINCESS MARGURITE from Seattle to Victoria – 1960s…

Canadian Pacific’s S.S. Princess Marguerite steaming to Victoria, B.C., Canada.   The ship is sailing on the day run from Seattle, Washington, in the 1960s.  Trial Island is seen in the background.  The Canadian Pacific’s princess liners provided service between Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle.  The small liners were called “night ... Read More »