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Mauretania, Cunard Line. Mauretania departed Liverpool on her maiden voyage on 16 November 1907.

Mauretania, Cunard Line. Mauretania departed Liverpool on her maiden voyage on 16 November

RMS CARONIA making her maiden arrival in Southampton seen from the deck of the RMS AQUITANIA..AQUITANIA signaled to CARONIA "Welcome Child" to which CARONIA responded "Greetings Mother" CARONIA's response was apparently suggested by HRH Prince Phillip the Duke of Edinburgh,although it is not recorded for posterity

RMS Caronia Timeline: annual summary index of the Cunard Green Goddess cruise ship, showing her voyage brochures, itineraries and cruise maps during 1949

White Star Line graphic... but I admire the Black Star Liner more. blessings to Marcus!

White Star Line graphic. but I admire the Black Star Liner more. blessings to Marcus!

MV Britannic, the first British Liner to be powered by diesel engines. Built for White Star by Harland & Wolff, Belfast, her maiden voyage took place on 28/06/30. 26,943Grt, 712ft Long, 82ft Beam. Initial cabin space was for 1500 passengers split fairly evenly across all 3 classes. White star was taken over by Cunard in '34 and she sailed under the Cunard Whirte Star Line until'50 then Cunard Line until scrapping in '60. Served as a troopship during WW II returning to commercial service in…

MV Britannic, the first British Liner to be powered by diesel engines.

Queen Mary I (1936), Cunard Line, GB, entrando en Nueva Tork en su último viaje en 1967

Queen Mary I Cunard Line, GB, entrando en Nueva Tork en su último viaje en 1967

The Maiden Voyage of RMS Queen Mary - May to June 1936 Photos and postcards from the personal album of Jack and Dot Harrison who were on the Maiden Voyage of RMS Queen Mary in 1936.

The Maiden Voyage of RMS Queen Mary - May to June 1936 Photos and postcards from the personal album of Jack and Dot Harrison who were on the Maiden Voyage of RMS Queen Mary in Caption: " Prince of Bermuda "

Fascinating photographs and artwork recalling the heyday of the passenger steamship.

The golden age of the steamship

danismm: “The golden age of the steamship. A Century of Sea Travel by Christopher Deakes and Tom Stanley, published by Seaforth Publishing ”

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