Waterline: images from the golden age of cruising
National Maritime Museum, Nov 4, 2004 - Photography - 256 pages
From bizarre to bewitching, this wonderful collection of photographs from the Marine Photo Service opens up a lost world of travel on the majestic ocean liners. With lucid, informative commentary, the book guides readers through a host of unique images from the height of luxury cruising to the crowded chaos of exotic ports.
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