The Great Liners Story
This illustrated and colourful history charts the hey-day of the great liners, those grand and lavish vessels that cruised around the world carrying their glamorous passengers from port to port. Decorated to the highest of finishes, fitted out in the most luxurious of styles, these floating palaces epitomised their opulent age. Their iconic names, from Titanic to Mauretania, from Queen Elizabeth to QE2, conjure up visions of power, grace, elegance and nostalgia for this golden age of travel. Written by maritime and cruise liner expert William Miller, and accompanied by stunning photographs, artworks, Did You Know facts and quotations, The Great Liners Story is a must-have addition to any maritime library.
- Electronic book text | 128 pages
- 30 Mar 2012
- The History Press Ltd
- Stroud, United Kingdom
About William H. Miller
William H Miller has written over 80 books on passenger ships and he is an acknowledged world expert in the field. He has received the National Maritime History Award in the US, the Silver Ribband Award, and he created the passenger Ships Database for the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. He has appeared in numerous documentaries and news broadcasts and he is a frequent guest lecturer aboard cruise ships. He has previously written Great British Passenger Ships, RMS Caronia and Under the Red Ensign, amongst others, for The History Press.