Known as “white Flyers of the Pacific,” the sister ships each made four sailings a week during the 1920s and 1930s. They carried 565 First Class passengers at an average speed of 23 knots between the two major California cities. With boat train connections to downtown Los Angeles, San Jose, ... Read More »
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Cruising on the SS Yale and the SS Harvard between San Francisco and Los Angeles during the “Roaring Twenties”!
The SS Yale and SS Harvard became known as “white Flyers of the Pacific”! The sister ships each made four sailings a week, carrying 565 First Class passengers at an average speed of 23 knots between the two major California cities. The fast coastal ships provided an overnight cruise on the ... Read More »
CAN YOU NAME THE PASSENGER SHIP (CRUISE LINER) PASSING UNDER THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE IN 1937? Opening day of the Golden Gate Bridge: May 27, 1937. Can you name this passenger ship passing under the Golden Gate Bridge? If you know the name or have an idea… please comment below. ... Read More »