Cruising in the 20th Century
The 1900's was a great year for crusing. Now, with this three part series, you can relive the memories of long cruises to destinations like Hong Kong, Sydney and many more! All DVD's include narration by Joe Clark.
Cruising in the 20th Century - Part 1
A series of films recording the changing face of cruising in the twentieth century. Part One features the following ships: Baltonia, Brandenberg, Mongolia, Jamaique, Rotterdam (1903), Atlantis, Chusan, Orontes, Oronsay, Aorangi, Gothic and many other vessels, including tankers, trawlers and sailing barges.
Ports of call and places of interest featured include Memmel, Tallin, the Kiel Canal, Barcelona, Tangier, Nice, Lisbon, Ceuta, Malta, Palermo, Sydney, Auckland, Rotorua, Wellington, Suva and Port Morseby.
Cruising in the 20th Century - Part 2
Part Two features the following ships: Andes, Arcadia and Oronsay and various passing shipping.
Ports of Call and places of interest featured are, Sydney, Singapore, Manilla, Hong Kong, Yokohama, Kyoto, Vancouver, San Francisco. Long Beach (including Anaheim Disney and the Colombia studios) Honolulu, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Malmo, Valetta, Port Said, Cairo and the Pyramids, the transit of the Suez Canal, Colombo and Mount Lavinia.
Cruising in the 20th Century - Part 3
This time we have chosen the P&O liner “Iberia” as our host vessel, but in truth the footage was shot by a number of people on various ships in the 1960’s. We will visit eight Mediterranean ports, Gibraltar, Naples, Rhodes, Piraeus, Venice, Cannes, Monte Carlo and Lisbon before returning to Southampton.
During the voyage we will see various other liners and cargo vessels, notably Canberra, Oriana, Cristoforo Colombo, Giulio Cesare, Leonardo da Vinci, Conte Biancamano, Independence, Australis, Queen Anna Maria, Mount Olympus, Angola, Santa Maria and others.
Cruising in the 20th Century - Part 4
Part Four 1930’s: Orford, Otranto, Orontes, Strathmore Strathaird, Orion, Orcades (1938)