Sites and categories devoted to historic transoceanic passenger ships.
Detailed information on the ship, passengers and crew, fun stuff, photo galleries, and links.
Charting the day to day position of Cunard's "Green Goddess" the world famous cruise liner RMS Caronia.
Photographs of the Queen Mary berthed in retirement in Long Beach, California.
Links to information about several German ships launched prior to the First World War.
Details on the ship, passengers and crew including photos and information of actions during World Wars I and II.
An illustrated history of the Canadian Pacific ship in operation 1930-1960. Provides narrative timeline, photographs, and statistics and deck plans,
The Ocean liner postcard and ephemera collection of Jeff Newman. Features images and histories of such lines as Canadian Pacific, Cunard, Hapag, NDL P and O and White Star. Many hundreds of ships are documented.
Sources recommended by a professor who specializes in the study of ocean liners.
Vessels with descriptions and history.
Ocean liner and cruise ship history and news; includes links to ship cams, steamship line histories, preservation and restoration resources, and maritime museums.
Titanic, Lusitania, Empress of Ireland, Britannic, Andrea Doria.
A visitor's guide from About.com, including an interview with the ship's historian about the steamer's restoration.
Historic ocean liner built in 1936, now berthed in California serving as a tourist attraction - hotel, restaurants, tours, special events, meetings, etc.
A look back at the great ocean liners of the 20th century.
Site dedicated to "America's greatest ocean liner", currently berthed in Philadelphia. Historical data and info about the SS United States Foundation.
Provides history with photos and stories through the oral history project, audio-visual archives and a passenger list database project.
This is the definitive research site on the Olympic class liners from the White Star Line.
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