Tag Archives: maritime history

AUSTRALIAN Coastal Cruises aboard the MV MOONTA…

The advertisement for the Adelaide Steamship Company’s popular Gulf Trip features the MV Moonta which operated from 1931 to 1955. The Gulf Trip was one of the most popular South Australian holiday tours for fifty years. Moonta is the best remembered of the several ships which operated on the Gulf Trip, which in addition to passengers, carried cargo. The ship ... Read More »

MENU OF FINAL LUNCH ON RMS TITANIC TO SELL FOR $150,000 AT AUCTION.

(Left: Dr. Dodge, Mrs. Dodge and Master Dodge) Liner and Social History:  The RMS TITANIC menu was on the table of first-class passenger Dr Washington Dodge, a prominent banker from San Francisco, who was traveling to America with his wife, Ruth, and son, Washington Junior. A menu, dated April 14 1912, shows the luxury food offered up to first-class passengers ... Read More »

MARITIME TIMETABLE IMAGES… Saluting Great Maritime Collections

Get ready to cruise with Bjorn Larsson’s extensive collection of beautifully designed shipping company timetables. MARITIME TIMETABLE IMAGES is a massive collection and worth checking out! Among the images are covers or contents of printed memorabilia like brochures or booklets describing the shipping companies or the liners. If you are looking for a specific ship you can go to the ... Read More »