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Mexico to lose most of its ‘Love Boats’ – Ending nearly 50 years of Cruise History.

Princess Cruises practically invented the Mexican Riviera — and is credited with jump-starting the modern cruise industry — by starring in the hugely popular 1970-1980s TV series “The Love Boat.” Cruise History – Mexico to lose most of its ‘Love Boats’ – Ending nearly 50 years of Princess Cruise Mexico service – and a milestone in Cruise History. As if ... Read More »

Cruise Ship History – $250 for 18 Day Cruise from New York to Peru – Dining “under the stars” aboard Grace Line first class Santa Class ships during the 1930s – A brief maritime history of the Grace Line (W. R. Grace & Co.), New York 1882-1969.

Dining Room aboard all first class Grace Line ships in the 1930s featuring “dining under the stars”! Dining under the stars was featured on Grace Line ships from East and West Coast ports to the Caribbean and South America via the Panama Canal during the 1930s until the cruise liners were replaced in the 1950s. The dining room on each ... Read More »