Covers around 400 items and is divided into 7 main parts - General - Hull & Watertight Subdivision -Bilge Pumping Arrangements - Electrical Equipment & Installation - Fire Protection - Boilers & Machinery - Miscellaneous. Details for each entry gives Name, owners/operators/managers: number of passengers: tonnage; builder & when completed: brief history. No writing or inscriptions; Fine in pictorial card cover. Rare images and inside stories behind the headlines of the Titanic disaster. Contents include a history of the company and details of its locations in Britain and Europe. Unmarked and almost as new:- Near-Mint in Near-Mint pictorial card cover. VG in VG pictorial card cover, This volume contains details and photographs of Norwegian merchant vessels of over 190 tons gross and ferries/passenger vessels with engines of over 500 HP. Maroon cloth binding with gilt titles and decoration. Handwritten inscription on front pastedown dated 1850. This excellent and informative guide to the steamship Great Britain, covers concept & design, building, early voyages, Dundrum Bay, Australia Bound, & Recovery.
This publication looks at some of the ships of the White Star Line's trans-Atlantic service and at the Titanic.
Built by Meyer Werft in Germany, It charts her design and construction, and describes her important features and interior accommodation.
This magnificent book was published by P&O to celebrate the completion of their latest cruise ship, the new Oriana.
The fire quickly spread and within hours, the entire ship was engulfed. Illustrated with over thirty photographs in colour, and line drawings of eight P&O ships, and numerous maps.
and discusses the futureactivities of the ship as the SS Seawise University. J On January 9, 1972 five separate fires broke out onboard, but as her fire protection system had not yet been completed to there was nothing to fight the blaze with until fireboats arrived. Rusted staples, otherwise Near-Fine in pictorial card cover..
The book describes her alterations, highlights notable voyages and events in her career, and uses first hand accounts by members of her complement to describe how the ship is worked as well as something about life on board.