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PORTS OF CALL: DELTA LINE AND THE HOME PORT OF NEW ORLEANS IN THE 1940s

PORTS OF CALL:  DELTA LINE AND THE HOME PORT OF NEW ORLEANS IN THE 1940s. The French Quarter – A quick walk from the Delta Line wharf – in the late 1940s.   Cruise Line and Social History – way down South in New Orleans. NEW ORLEANS – PORT OF CALL The New Orleans based steamship comapny introduced three revolutionary passenger-cargo ... Read More »

Retro cruising on the “SS BERMUDA STAR” aboard the second all gay cruises – the ship was a.k.a. “SS Brenda Starr”…

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Retro cruising on the “SS BERMUDA STAR” aboard the second all gay cruises – the ship was a.k.a. “SS Brenda Starr”… One of the first all gay cruises – Cruising on the SS BERMUDA STAR in 1987 aboard the second all gay cruises operated by RSVP.  It is a retro look at gay life.  Operated by gay pioneer RSVP the ... Read More »

The Delta Line – Cruising to South America from New Orleans in the 1950s.

The Delta Line  was cruising to South America from New Orleans in the 1950s.  The steamship company introduced three revolutionary passenger-cargo ships to its South American services in the post-war years of the 1940s. In keeping with the trade name of the company, “Delta Line”, the three vessels were given “Del” names DEL NORTE, DEL SUD and DEL MAR. The ... Read More »