International Liners 1865-1940 (2019)
Rich Turnwald

International Liners presents a collection of over 750 photographs of vessels from 1845 to 1957. Complete with captions that present the details of each ship’s operational life, International Liners examines the evolution of ship design, development, and maritime propulsion that occurred over this period of time.

In his enthusiastic forward to this magnificent publication, renowned ‘Mister Ocean Liner’, William H. Miller, wrote: “This is a wonderful book – and an eye pleasing compilation of photos of passenger ships: large and small, famous and those less so. I will sit and slowly turn the pages and look, compare, examine. And be excited by the rare and unusual views as well! So, like me, sit back and enjoy this superb book!”

The author, Rich Turnwald, was born in Michigan, USA but has lived for most of his life in Miami, Florida. Over the past 40 years, he has worked in the cruise industry: shoreside in cruise line operations management, on board ships in various positions, including Chief Purser. He now owns and operates his own cruise agency. Passenger ships have always been his major focus of interest, leading to his involvement in the Steamship Historical Society of America. He was former Chairman of the Florida Chapter of SSHSA, and is currently a regional editor for their publication ‘PowerShips’.

HC – 350 pages – 700 images – English expert text
Maritime history

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Hardcover – NL € (59.95) | US $ (82.80) | UK £ (57.60) | Can $ (46.80) | Aus $ (124.20)

Paperback – NL € (41.95) | US $ (64.20) | UK £ (40.80) | Can $ (33.60) | Aus $ (97.20)