GREAT PASSENGER SHIPS OF THE WORLD VOLUME 5 1951-1976

By: Kludas Arnold

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Patrick Stephens, Cambridge. 1976. Translated by Charles Hodges, first published in Germany as Die Grossen Passagierschiffe der Welt by Gerhard Stalling, Hamburg. A period of development of a new type of ship designed not primarily as a transport vessel but as a middle class floating hotel with all the trappings for the newly popular cruise market. The passengers, no longer the wealthy dowager types but the young fun loving youngsters who holiday by island hopping in these small cruise ships. Illustrated dust jacket, Blue cloth covered end boards. Fine condition. 226pp. 245 mm x 200 mm

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