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Passenger Ship Collection

As the vibrant hues of the sunset painted the sky, a majestic passenger ship sailed gracefully on the tranquil waters

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Viking ship, sunset, silhouette, 3D graphics

Viking ship, sunset, silhouette, 3D graphics

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: QE2

QE2
The QE2 (Queen Elizabeth II) liner moored alongside Southamptons Ocean terminal. (Photo by Peter King/Getty Images)

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Loss of the HMS Birkenhead

Loss of the HMS Birkenhead
" Vintage engraving from 1878 showing the loss of the Birkenhead. The Birkenhead was an iron paddle steamer of 1400 tons, and was launched in December 1845

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt, Austria
The village of Hallstatt, Lake Hallstatt, UNESCO World Heritage Hallstatt-Dachstein is a village in the Salzkammergut, a region in Austria. It is located near the HallstAÔé¼tter See (a lake)

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Art Deco 1920s Illustration of a Cruise Ship with Passengers, 1928 (silkscreen)

Art Deco 1920s Illustration of a Cruise Ship with Passengers, 1928 (silkscreen)
2630113 Art Deco 1920s Illustration of a Cruise Ship with Passengers, 1928 (silkscreen) by American School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 1911

Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 1911
Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 20th September 1911. The collision took place as Olympic

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Rescue with the breeches buoy

Rescue with the breeches buoy
Antique illustration of a Rescue with the breeches buoy

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Flemish Beguinages

Flemish Beguinages

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: RMS Queen Elizabeth, Cunard ocean liner, 20th century

RMS Queen Elizabeth, Cunard ocean liner, 20th century. Built by John Brown & Co at Clydebank, the Queen Elizabeth was the worlds largest ocean liner when she was launched in 1938

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Rabelo boats and Dom Luis I bridge in Douro river, Porto

Rabelo boats and Dom Luis I bridge in Douro river, Porto
Dom Luis I bridge and rabelo boats from Vila Nova de Gaia. The Dom Lu's I Bridge is a double-decked metal arch bridge that spans the Douro River between the cities of Porto

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Halong Bay, Vietnam

Halong Bay, Vietnam
Morning in Ha Long Bay, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Engraving of Van Noort Landing in Manila Bay, Philippines, 1600

Engraving of Van Noort Landing in Manila Bay, Philippines, 1600
Very Rare, Beautifully Illustrated Antique Engraved Victorian Illustration of Historical Engraving of Van Noort Landing in Manila Bay, Philippines, 1600. Copyright has expired on this artwork

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Historical Map of Dutch Navigators Island of Bali Illustration

Historical Map of Dutch Navigators Island of Bali Illustration
Very Rare, Beautifully Illustrated Antique Engraved Victorian Illustration of Historical Map of Dutch Navigators on the Island of Bali. Copyright has expired on this artwork. Digitally restored

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Dom LuAis I Bridge in Porto, Portugal

Dom LuAis I Bridge in Porto, Portugal
Dom LuAis I Bridge in Porto from a boat in Douro river. The Dom LuAis I Bridge is a double-decked metal arch bridge that spans the Douro River between the cities of Porto

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Passenger ships on the Rhine River, Konstanz, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

Passenger ships on the Rhine River, Konstanz, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Great Harry, english war ship under Henry VIII, published 1880

Great Harry, english war ship under Henry VIII, published 1880
The Great Harry was built at Woolwich and launched in 1514, during the reign of Henry VIII. She was one of the first ships of war to carry gun ports. These allowed her to fire a broadside

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Great Eastern on the stocks at Millwall on the Thames, 1857

Great Eastern on the stocks at Millwall on the Thames, 1857. View from the stern, showing the vessel in John Scott Russells (1808-1882) yard

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: New York City Harbor

New York City Harbor
New York, New York: c. 1975 A Moran tugboat trails a cruise ship up the Hudson River towards the World Trade Center twin towers in New York City

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Ribeira district in Porto

Ribeira district in Porto

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: The iron clipper-ship Cornwallis, a new vessel of the Black Ball line, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The iron clipper-ship Cornwallis, a new vessel of the Black Ball line, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The iron clipper-ship Cornwallis, a new vessel of the Black Ball line, 1862. This magnificent new iron clipper ship, which was launched on the 11th ult. from the yard of Messrs

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: The Australian clipper-ship The Royal Family, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The Australian clipper-ship The Royal Family, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Australian clipper-ship The Royal Family, 1862. Sailing ship built by Messrs. W. and R. Wright at St. John, New Brunswick. She is consigned to the well-known firm of Messrs

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 1911

Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 1911
Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 20th September 1911. The collision took place as Olympic

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: R. M. S. Mauretania, 1937

R. M. S. Mauretania, 1937
R.M.S. Mauretania, 1937. From The Story of Navigation. [The Imperial Tobacco Co. (Of Great Britain & Ireland), Ltd. 1937]

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: RMS Atlantis, c1929-c1952

RMS Atlantis, c1929-c1952. Previously a liner named Andes, the Atlantis was converted into a cruise ship and renamed by the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company in 1929

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: SS Great Eastern, 1859

SS Great Eastern, 1859. Pictured at the port of Le Havre, France. Isambard Kingdom Brunel proposed to the Eastern Steam Navigation Company the construction of a steamship five or six times the size

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Aerial view of Hurtigruten ship during a daily trip from Alesund to Geirangerfjord

Aerial view of Hurtigruten ship during a daily trip from Alesund to Geirangerfjord, More og Romsdal county, Norway

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong Junkboat sailing along Hong Kong Skyline on a foggy day

Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong Junkboat sailing along Hong Kong Skyline on a foggy day

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Gulliver captured the enemys fleet by the Blefuscudians, lithograph, c. 1880

Gulliver captured the enemys fleet by the Blefuscudians, lithograph, c. 1880
Gulliver in the island country of Lilliput. Gulliver captured the enemys fleet of the Blefuscudians. Lithograph after a water color by Carl Offterdinger (German painter)

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: The HMT Royal Edward, c1915, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

The HMT Royal Edward, c1915, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
The HMT Royal Edward, c1915, (c1920). The British Transport Royal Edward, sunk by a German submarine in the Aegean, with a loss of over 1000 lives, August 14, 1915

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: The sinking of the SS Arabic, First World War, 19 August 1915, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

The sinking of the SS Arabic, First World War, 19 August 1915, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
The sinking of the SS Arabic, First World War, 19 August 1915, (c1920). Germanys Submarine War: the torpedoing of the outward-bound White Star Liner Arabic off the Irish coast

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: The Mauretania, 1922, (1935). Creator: Unknown

The Mauretania, 1922, (1935). Creator: Unknown
The Mauretania, 1922, (1935). In May 1922, the liner Mauretania set a new record of 5 days 8 hours 56 minutes for the crossing from New York to Southampton

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: The SS Kaiser Wilhelm II, c1910. Creator: Unknown

The SS Kaiser Wilhelm II, c1910. Creator: Unknown
The SS Kaiser Wilhelm II, c1910. Passenger ship named after the German Emperor, Kaiser Wilhelm II, launched in 1902 and operated by the North German Lloyd (Norddeutscher Lloyd) shipping line

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Corridor and cabins on SS Insulinde, 1914. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

Corridor and cabins on SS Insulinde, 1914. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
Corridor and cabins on SS Insulinde, 1914. The Dutch steam ship SS Insulinde was built in 1914 for the Rotterdam Lloyd company and served as a passenger freight ship between Rotterdam and Jakarta

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Christening Group for the Yugoslavian Bakar, J Samuel White and Co, Cowes, Isle of Wight, 1931

Christening Group for the Yugoslavian Bakar, J Samuel White and Co, Cowes, Isle of Wight, 1931
Christening Group for the Yugoslavian Bakar, J Samuel White and Co shipyard, Cowes, Isle of Wight, 10 Jan 1931

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: SS Great Western at New York

SS Great Western at New York
Vintage engraving showing the arrival of the SS Great Western at New York. SS Great Western of 1838, was an oak-hulled paddle-wheel steamship; the first purpose-built for crossing the Atlantic

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: RMS Majestic, White Star Line steamship, c1920s. Artist: Kingsway

RMS Majestic, White Star Line steamship, c1920s. Artist: Kingsway
RMS Majestic, White Star Line steamship, c1920s. Built in Germany as the SS Bismarck, this was the largest ship in the world when she was launched in 1914

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: The Great Eastern, 1886

The Great Eastern, 1886. Isambard Kingdom Brunel proposed to the Eastern Steam Navigation Company the construction of a steamship five or six times the size of any then in use

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Skyline of Dresden with Bruehl's Terrace, Hofkirche, Residential palace

Skyline of Dresden with Bruehl's Terrace, Hofkirche, Residential palace and paddle steamer on river Elbe, Dresden, Saxony, Germany

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Boat trip on the Spreewald, Lehde, Lubbenau, Spreewald, Biosphere Reserve, Brandenburg, Germany

Boat trip on the Spreewald, Lehde, Lubbenau, Spreewald, Biosphere Reserve, Brandenburg, Germany, Europe

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Skyline of Dresden at dusk with Bruehl's Terrace, Academy of Fine Arts, Church of Our Lady

Skyline of Dresden at dusk with Bruehl's Terrace, Academy of Fine Arts, Church of Our Lady, Court Church and river Elbe, Dresden, Saxony, Germany

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Skyline of Dresden with Bruehl's Terrace, Academy of Fine Arts, Church of Our Lady

Skyline of Dresden with Bruehl's Terrace, Academy of Fine Arts, Church of Our Lady and paddle steamer on river Elbe, Dresden, Saxony, Germany

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Historic centre in winter, dome of the Academy of Fine Arts, the Church of Our Lady

Historic centre in winter, dome of the Academy of Fine Arts, the Church of Our Lady, , Bruhl's Terrace, ship on the Elbe, Dresden, Saxony, Germany, Europe

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Lake Ashinoko with Mount Fuji behind, Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Hakone, Shizuoka

Lake Ashinoko with Mount Fuji behind, Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Hakone, Shizuoka, Honshu, Japan

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Norwegian Cruise Line ship passing through Hudson River with Lower Manhattan financial

Norwegian Cruise Line ship passing through Hudson River with Lower Manhattan financial center behind, Manhattan, New York, USA

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: The rusting hulk of the Maheno Shipwreck, Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia

The rusting hulk of the Maheno Shipwreck, Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Maheno Shipwreck, Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia

Maheno Shipwreck, Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia

Background imagePassenger Ship Collection: Costa Deliziosa

Costa Deliziosa
Yevhen Kostiuk



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As the vibrant hues of the sunset painted the sky, a majestic passenger ship sailed gracefully on the tranquil waters. The silhouette of this Viking ship against the backdrop of nature's masterpiece created a mesmerizing sight that seemed straight out of a 3D graphics rendering. This captivating vessel carried with it stories and history, reminiscent of both triumphs and tragedies. From the haunting loss of HMS Birkenhead to the grandeur of QE2, each tale etched into its hull told a unique narrative. Stepping back in time, an Art Deco 1920s illustration showcased passengers enjoying their voyage aboard a luxurious cruise ship. Silkscreened onto paper, this vintage artwork captured an era when travel by sea was considered glamorous and elegant. Yet not all journeys were smooth sailing. A hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after colliding with HMS Hawke in 1911 served as a reminder that even these mighty vessels could face perilous encounters at sea. However, amidst such adversity, hope prevailed as rescue efforts using breeches buoy techniques saved lives. From picturesque landscapes to architectural marvels, this passenger ship took its occupants on unforgettable adventures around the world. Whether it be exploring Hallstatt's enchanting beauty in Austria or cruising along Portugal's Douro River under Rabelo boats and beneath Dom Luis I bridge - every destination offered new wonders to discover. Reflecting upon maritime history, we recall significant moments like Van Noort Landing in Manila Bay during 1600 or witnessing Great Eastern being built on Thames' Millwall docks back in 1857. These events shaped our understanding of seafaring achievements and technological advancements throughout centuries. Finally arriving at Halong Bay in Vietnam – where limestone karsts emerge from emerald waters – one couldn't help but feel awe-struck by nature's artistry mirrored within these ancient geological formations. Aboard this passenger ship lies more than just transportation.