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Cruise Ship History: Cruise now to Havana, Cuba — aboard the Cunard Line’s SS MAURETEANIA!

Will we ever be able to take a cruise to Havana, Cuba? Not under the current US Government. Maybe in 2009? The next best thing for the moment may be this “video” youTUBE voyage aboard Cunard Line’s SS Mauretania in 1956. Courtesy of the www.shipgeek.com Read More »

A Brief History of the Cruise Ship Industry…

A Brief History of the Passenger Ship Industry The earliest ocean-going vessels were not primarily concerned with passengers, but rather with the cargo that they could carry. Black Ball Line in New York, in 1818, was the first shipping company to offer regularly scheduled service from the United States to ... Read More »

Cruise Ship History: 40,000 PHOTOS IDENTIFYING SHIPS, PORTS AND PEOPLE ARE NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE STEAMSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA

Please read the attached news release from SSHSA – the Steamship Historical Society of America. If you love ships and want to actively support the history of cruising consider joining the SSHSA. They publish an excellent quarterly magazine along with a newsletter and soon will have a web supported newsletter. ... Read More »

Cruise Ship History: Italian Line’s SS ANDREA DORIA’s 57th Launching Anniversary – Tribute to the great ship launched on June 16, 1951 which met such a tragic end…

Great video showing the wonderful Italian Liner SS Andrea Doria from her golden years to her tragic sinking. Today — we tribute the launching of the SS Andrea Doria — 57 years ago today. We also salute all those loyal cruise passengers who have continued to travel over the years. ... Read More »

CRUISE LINE HISTORY is featured on web

Click on the following press release that was distributed this morning to media outlets… New Website Features Cruise Ship History Read More »