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" Cadet Ian Gibb, future Commodore of P & O Canberra "  …  Iberia [1955] … Photographer:  Terry Connell

(Source: Flickr / metch)

" UAL — Hawaii "  …  Vintage Travel Poster

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(Reblogged from kajuraho)
" Hawaii — United "  …  Travel Poster [Circa 1960]

" Hawaii — United "  …  Travel Poster [Circa 1960]

(Source: hawaiiana.us)

retrowar:

Portugal

Artist:   David Klein

(Reblogged from retrowar)

" SS United States at Anchor in St. Thomas, USVI "  ….  [1969]

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" SS United States "  ….  A rare pre-maiden voyage rendering of “the largest, fastest and finest vessel ever built in the United States.” Postcard from the collection of Shawn J. Dake

(Source: maritimematters.com)

" SS Lurline Ship Menu — 1953 "  …  Designed by Eugene Savage, Matson Lines

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ocean-liners:

Advertisement for the Cunard Line.

Source: (X)

(Reblogged from navalarchitecture)
gildedjuggernaut:

Rotterdam Lloyd, Johan von Stein
Lithographed poster, 1931
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The Rotterdam Lloyd line maintained a connection between Holland and their Southeast Asian holdings.  This helped bring exotic inspirations to Europe’s Art Deco designers.

gildedjuggernaut:

Rotterdam Lloyd, Johan von Stein

Lithographed poster, 1931

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The Rotterdam Lloyd line maintained a connection between Holland and their Southeast Asian holdings.  This helped bring exotic inspirations to Europe’s Art Deco designers.

(Reblogged from navalarchitecture)

" United States "   …..   Artist:  Tony Westmore, Cowes, Isle of Wight

(Source: painting-gallery.co.uk)

" Blue Star Line "  …  Vintage Travel Poster [1930’s]

" Blue Star Line "  …  Vintage Travel Poster [1930’s]

(Source: telegraph.co.uk)

(Reblogged from sailor-boy-rocky)
(Reblogged from hoodoothatvoodoo)

" SS North American & SS South American "  ….  Passenger steamships that ran service between Chicago and various Great Lakes ports from about 1913 to 1963  [Photo circa 1950’s]

(Source: boards.cruisecritic.com)

iconoclassic:

Marcello Dudovich. Conte Verde Cruises (by kitchener.lord)

(Reblogged from illustratedladies)