VIDEO of the Australian premiere production of Titanic the Musical. CRUISE HISTORY: TITANIC THE MUSICAL TO BE DONE AT KENNEDY CENTER. PRESIDENT OBAMA IS A BIG FAN OF THE MUSICAL ABOUT THE SINKING OF THE RMS TITANIC. THE MUSICAL WILL MAKE NEW CRUISE HISTORY AND IS A GREAT VIEW INTO ... Read More »
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Cruising the past: The SS Europa was the pride of Norddeutscher Lloyd Line in the 1930s. She was the sister ship of the SS Bremen. Sadly the Second World War caused an end to her years in German hands and she was handed to the French as war reparations. As ... Read More »
Furness Bermuda Line – The “Millionaires” ships from New York to Bermuda. In 1919 Furness Bermuda Line was awarded the mail contract for the New York to Bermuda service. This service reached its zenith in the years just before the Second World War when Furness Bermuda Line ordered two magnificent ... Read More »
Homeric had one of the first Balcony/Terrace Suites. Cruise History: By the mid 1960s, when jets had killed off all but the stragglers on the North Atlantic, Home Lines introduced the OCEANIC. Once it was late enough for people to have forgotten the initial intention for the ship to work ... Read More »
Cruise History: Anchor Line and Fred Pansing’s portrait of the RMS Caledonia. Premier liner from Glasgow to New York.
This quality three-quarter portrait view of the Anchor Liner CALEDONIA must have earned Fred Pansing some additional acclaim to his already well established reputation with the passenger liner companies. Bristling with speed and strength, the massive liner is churning water on her way to America. The anxious passengers and crew ... Read More »
Cruise History: Henry Ford, Fred Astaire and Paul Robeson aboard the SS Majestic – Cunard/White Star Line – The world’s largest liner “crossing the pond” during the 1920s.
Take a cruise aboard the SS Majestic through these vintage black and white home movies courtesy of www.shipgeek.com. Bon voyage! Henry Ford with Wife and Friends on Liner: Henry Ford Returns As “John Robinson!” Traveling incognito for reasons best known to himself, Henry Ford, automobile magnate, returned to the United ... Read More »
Enjoy these great full color home movies shot by a lucky couple who traveled on the SS France Eastbound, and the SS Liberte Westbound, here combined to suggest a mythical time when such a trip might have been possible in the early 1960s. Bon Voyage! SS France arrives in New ... Read More »
Cruise History: A Busy Day In New York Harbor 1934 from shipgeek on youtube and 358,274 tons of shipping ready to sail across the pond or on a cruise.
Check out this busy shipping day in New York Harbor in 1934. So many ships, so little time! The spectacular sight of 358,274 tons of shipping docked in New York Harbour. From front to back, the liners are the Hamburg, the Bremen, the Columbus, the De Grasse, the Normandie, the ... Read More »
Cruise Ship History: The French Line’s SS NORMANDIE. The greatest liner ever to sail “across the pond”! Will the SS United States and QE 2 face a similar demise?
Visit the SS Normandie website celebrating the extraordinary museum honoring the great liner created by John “Crash” Miottel by clicking here for information on this great ship. SS Normandie arriving in New York on her maiden voyage. The French Line’s Normandie is one of the relatively few legitimate contenders for ... Read More »
Cruise Ship History – For $138 per person you could enjoy a 12-Day 1938 Canadian Cruise to Labrador. You sailed aboard the Clarke Steamship Line visiting Quebec, Gaspe Coast, Newfoundland, Labrador, North Shore, Saquenay River and Murray Bay!
Cruising the Past aboard Canadian cruise ships during the 1920s and 1930s… The Clarke Steamship Company. 1938 Cruises to Labrador on the Clarke Deluxe Cruise Line Desmond Clarke originally formed the Clarke Steamship Company in 1921 with headquarters at Quebec to initially run two services from Quebec to Bradore Bay ... Read More »