Vintage Sun Line Cruises Ads published today! Birthplace Sun Line Cruises 1995 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage James Boring's Travel Service Ads published today! (1928) James Boring's Travel Service. Travel Independently to Every Country Bordering on the Mediterranean. With James Boring's Fourth Annual Mediterranean Cruise you can visit every country on the sea. Open The Magic Doors of Travel. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage American President Lines Ads published today! (1950) American President Lines Cruises. Cruises to Japan with visits to Hawaii, Hong Kong and the Philippines abroad the magnificent S.S. President Wilson and S.S. President Cleveland. (1940) American President Lines New Ships. For America's Most famous Fleet. Maiden Voyage: S.S. President Jackson from New York. Then, in turn, the Presidents Monroe, Adams, Hayes, Van Buren, Polk, Garfield to Havana, the Panama Canal and California, and via Hawaii and the Sunshine Route to the Orient and Round the World - from New York back to New York again. (1950) American President Lines to the Orient. Your great President Liner, is gliding past the San Francisco skyline. Ahead lies the Golden Gate, and beyond it, the ports of Honolulu, Yokohama, Manila, Hong Kong, Kobe. Trans-Pacific. Round the World. SS President Wilson. SS President Hoover. SS President Cleveland. In 1938, the U.S. government took over the management of the Dollar Steamship Co. which was in financial difficulties and transferred their assets to the newly formed American President Lines. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Cruise Line Ads published today! Oceanic Steamship Company Matson Line, Mooremack S.S. Brasil, Matson Lines Lurline to Hawaii, Northern Steamship Company, The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, American Express Travel Cunard Line, Holland America Cruises, Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit, Hamburg American Cruises, Thos Cook & Son S.S. Homeric. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Canadian Pacific Steamship Company Ads published today! (1956) Canadian Pacific Empress of England. 25,500-ton, completely air-conditioned luxury liner to sail from Montreal on her maiden voyage to Europe in April, 1957. (1930) Empress of Japan. Newest... Largest giantess of the Pacific Miracle. Empress Liners (1927) This is the route of the sunny St. Lawrence. The route of the Empress of Scotland, the Empress of France and the Empress of Australia. Big ships in size and appointments. Empress Liners to Europe and Orient... Cruises... Trans-Canada Limited... Banff... Chateau Frontenac. In service - Spring, 1928. Two new super-cabin liners: Duchess of Atholl and Duchess of Bedford. Canadian Pacific Empress Service (1939) Mr. Winslow has his say! Sail from Vancouver and Victoria or connect at Honolulu from California. Details, reservations from your travel agent. Hawaii. Japan. China. Manila. White Empress Cruise (1951) To Europe. First Class and Tourist. A glorious 7-day holiday voyage. Canadian Pacific spans the world. Railways. Steamships. Airlines. Hotels. Communications. Express. Canadian Pacific World Cruise (1934) The Empress of Britain will take you to the world's most romantic ports, and wait while you tour the lands behind them. Photo caption: Women are graceful in Bali... at work or play. Also, a new cruise... Mediterranean-Africa-South America-West Indies. Five Cruises in One. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage International Mercantile Marine Company Ads published today! 1928) White Star Line. Choose your ships with discrimination. Illustrator: Conde. Revel in the smart luxury of the Majestic, world's largest ship, the Olympic, Homeric and Belgenland, famous world cruising liner. Or the world's largest Cabin liner; the Adriatic. If you prefer the insouciant atmosphere of the Cafe de Dance, you'll find it on the high seas in the Minnekahda, Minnesota, Devonian and Winifredian - exclusively Tourist Third Cabin liners. Red Star Line. Atlantic Transport Line. International Mercantile Marine Company. (1930) Off to Europe for the great adventure. How delightful to start the trip auspiciously on a White Star, Red Star or Atlantic Transport liner! (1930) Just as the I.M.M. Lines can provide the most luxurious sort of accommodations, so also the size of their fleet enables them to offer moderately priced accommodations - so moderate, in fact, that they meet almost any vacation budget. (1930) Watch Your Husband. What most men need desperately - and never dream of taking - is a complete rest - a change of scene that will bring them back to their work with sparkling eyes - youthful energies - irresistible ambition! A sea voyage will do this for your husband. The International Mercantile Marine Co., originally the International Navigation Company, was a trust formed in the early twentieth century as an attempt by J.P. Morgan to monopolize the shipping trade. The result was heavy losses for Morgan. IMM was founded by shipping magnates Clement Griscom of the American Line and Red Star Line, Bernard N. Baker of the Atlantic Transport Line, J. Bruce Ismay of the White Star Line, and John Ellerman of the Leyland Line. The Dominion Line was also amalgamated. The project was bankrolled by J.P. Morgan & Co., led by financier J. P. Morgan. The company also had working profit-sharing relationships with the German Hamburg-Amerika and the North German Lloyd lines. The early 1910s marked a turning point for the IMM. Indeed, on April 15, 1912, the Titanic, flagship of its fleet, sank during her maiden voyage. Besides the financial and human losses, the sinking had repercussions on the organization of the trust. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New French Line Ads published today! (1936) Photographs courtesy of French Railways. The map shows you how easy it is to include Touraine in your visit to France. To England and France: Normandie. Ile De France. Paris. Champlain. Lafayette. Let your travel agent make all the arrangements for you. Le Paris Restaurant (1928) The smartest Restaurant on the Atlantic. Down the Grand Stairway of the Paris into the dining salon, and you're in one of the three smartest restaurants on the Atlantic. The other two on the France and the Ile de France. At Le Havre de Paris no transferring to tenders, simply another gangplank, a waiting boat-train... three hours, Paris. Illustrator: B. Holbrook. French Line, Veranda Cafe (1922) Of the S.S. Paris. A dreamy spot commanding an unbroken view of sea and sky. Such entertainment, with concerts, dances, and the guignol, the droll Punch and Judy Show, fill the care-free days. It is a life joyeuse, making the trip to France a voyage of pleasure never to be forgotten. (1953) Your Gay Entree to Europe. Accent on Relaxation. Book passage on a great ship; the luxurious Liberte, the celebrated Ile de France, or the new, informal Flandre. First Class, Cabin and Tourist. The Compagnie Générale Transatlantique (shortened to "CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE", or CGT, and commonly named "Transat"), typically known overseas as the French Line, was a shipping company established in 1861 as an attempt to revive the French merchant marine. The company's first vessel, the SS Washington, had its maiden voyage on 15 June 1864. Other than operating ocean liners, the company also had a significant fleet of freighters. The company survived both World Wars, but the development of jet travel doomed its mainstay passenger liner business. In 1977, the company merged with the Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes to form the Compagnie Générale Maritime. Then, in 1996, the company Compagnie Générale Maritime merged to form the CMA CGM. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Canadian Pacific Steamship Company Ads published today! Empress Liners (1927) This is the route of the sunny St. Lawrence. The route of the Empress of Scotland, the Empress of France and the Empress of Australia. Big ships in size and appointments. Empress Liners to Europe and Orient... Cruises... Trans-Canada Limited... Banff... Chateau Frontenac. In service - Spring, 1928. Two new super-cabin liners: Duchess of Atholl and Duchess of Bedford. Canadian Pacific Empress Service (1939) Mr. Winslow has his say! Sail from Vancouver and Victoria or connect at Honolulu from California. Details, reservations from your travel agent. Hawaii. Japan. China. Manila. White Empress Cruise (1951) To Europe. First Class and Tourist. A glorious 7-day holiday voyage. Canadian Pacific spans the world. Railways. Steamships. Airlines. Hotels. Communications. Express. Canadian Pacific World Cruise (1934) The Empress of Britain will take you to the world's most romantic ports, and wait while you tour the lands behind them. Photo caption: Women are graceful in Bali... at work or play. Also, a new cruise... Mediterranean-Africa-South America-West Indies. Five Cruises in One. Empress of Australia. Canadian Australasian Line (1937) New Zealand. Australia. Low Round Trips. All-expense tours. From Vancouver and Victoria on the modernized Aorangi or the Niagara. First, Cabin and Third Class. In the early 1880s, the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) negotiated with the Government of the United Kingdom to establish a trans-Pacific steamship routes between Vancouver and the Far East. The trans-Pacific services of Canadian Pacific were begun by Sir William Cornelius Van Horne, the Canadian-American builder of the railroad network in 1887. In 1891, CPR adopted a new name — the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company. From 1956 to 1961, the company acquired its last three steam passenger ships RMS Empress of Britain, RMS Empress of England and RMS Empress of Canada. Competition from airlines forced CP to retire these ships in the 1970s. In 2011, the company name Canadian Pacific Steamships was abandoned. In 2012, the clothing company, Eyecon Enterprises Inc. (of Ontario, Canada) applied for, and was granted the Canadian Pacific Steamships trademark name along with the "three square" checkered flag graphic logo. In 2013, Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited was incorporated in Ontario, Canada. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Cruise Line Ads published today! American President Lines Cruises, American South African Line, Atlantic Gulf and West Indies Lines, Atlas Line Trip to Jamaica, Atlas Line Winter Tours, Cook's Fleet of Nile Steamers, Cunard and Anchor Steam Ship Lines, Cunard Line Cruises, Delta Line Cruise Ships, German Mediterranean Service, Great White Fleet Caribbean Cruises, Hamburg-American Line Winter Cruise, Hudson River Day Line Steamers, Italian Line Ship, Manitou Steamship Company, German Text, Moore-McCormack Lines, Munson Steamship Lines, Pacific Coast Steamship Company, Pacific Mail Route to the Orient, Princess Cruises, Royal Interocean Lines, Royal Mail Cruise Steamer, Royal Viking Line, SS Milwaukee Clipper Steamship, United States Lines to Europe and White Star Line. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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