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Lord Ismay, the Princess Olga Koudacheff and Bobby Riggs aboard the United States Lines.

Liner History – United States Line magazine ad from the 1950s. Aboard the SS United States and SS America.   Celebrities were featured in many of the United States Lines ads.  Including Lord Ismay, the Princess Olga Koudacheff and Bobby Riggs. To get a larger picture of the ads… click ... Read More »

Gerry Lenfest to Donate Up to $5.8 Million to Save SS United States

Liner History and Social History: Gerry Lenfest to Donate Up to $5.8 Million to Save SS United States The SS United States Conservancy has announced a gift of up to $5.8 million from Philadelphia philanthropist H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest to help save the legendary ocean liner from destruction. Read More »

Help Save the S.S. United States – The Pride of a Nation – Time is running out for the great American Liner – It could be soon headed for the scrap heap.

Great Video – save the SS UNITED STATES Every ship has a soul – Franklin D. Roosevelt The great steamships and liners – UNITED STATES, AMERICA, CONSTITUTION, BRAZIL, SANTA ROSA, LURLINE, PRESIDENT WILSON – were the pride of the nations that built them, an integral part of history, and a ... Read More »

BOAT TRAINS TO SOUTHAMPTON – From Cunard Lines to the RMS Titanic and the SS United States.

“The Cunarder” boat train departs the Southampton Ocean Terminal bound for London Waterloo with passengers from the RMS Queen Elizabeth. The boat train is hauled by SR Bulleid “Battle of Britain” class steam locomotive No 34088 213 Squadron. BOAT TRAINS TO SOUTHAMPTON – From Cunard Lines to the RMS Titanic ... Read More »

SS UNITED STATES WILL BE SCRAPPED OR TURNED INTO A REEF ACCORDING TO SOURCES AT NCL

SS UNITED STATES – Waiting for her future in Philadelphia. A bit of history that deserves a better ending – from today’s MARITIME PROFESSIONAL. Rumor has it that Norwegian Carribean Line  NCL is looking to scrap the SS United States. A more dignified end for her might be sinking her ... Read More »

SOS SS UNITED STATES – IS THE FAMED LINER HEADING TO THE SCRAP YARDS?

The SS United States sits indefinitely at a pier in Philadelphia, but she was designed to move fast: Her knifelike prow could cut through the ocean at 44 knots. Inset: The luxury liner crossing the Atlantic in the 1960s. SOS FOR THE SS UNITED STATES – PLEASE HELP SAVE HER! ... Read More »

SS UNTIED STATES – New York wants the great ship to return. Great video of sailing on a cruise to the West Indies during 1964.

Proposal to bring the SS UNITED STATES back to Manhattan. Cruise Ship History: More steamship history with a video cruise aboard the SS United States. In 1964, former SS United States purser Jim Green returned to the ship as a passenger for a West Indies cruise along with his beloved ... Read More »

BOAT TRAINS TO SOUTHAMPTON – From Cunard Lines to the Titanic and the SS United States.

“The Cunarder” boat train departs the Southampton Ocean Terminal bound for London Waterloo with passengers from the RMS Queen Elizabeth. The boat train is hauled by SR Bulleid “Battle of Britain” class steam locomotive No 34088 213 Squadron. BOAT TRAINS TO SOUTHAMPTON – From Cunard Lines to the Titanic and ... Read More »

SOS for faded liner – Is the SS United States headed for the scrap yards or will Philadelphia save her?

Philadelphia lunching Ikea shoppers have a view of the SS United States, at Pier 82 since 1996. CRUISE SHIP HISTORY: SOS for faded liner – SOS for faded liner – Is the SS United States headed for the scrap yards or will Philadelphia save her? Bill Clinton was in his ... Read More »

Cruising The Now: DISNEY MAGIC – Cruise Ship Review – Walt Disney was an avid cruiser.

Walt Disney, an avid cruiser, sailed with his family in the 1950s aboard the SS Lurline.  The video shows sailing day from Honolulu in the 50s – Disney and his family would have experienced this event. It was magical. Today, Walt would be sailing aboard Disney Cruises and the Disney ... Read More »