Save the Classic Liner Campaign founded in 1995
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Ships covered on the
Ships covered on the“Save The Classic Liners Campaign” are the: SS United States, The MV Doulos, SS United States, MV Queen Elizabeth 2, the Canadian treasure the SS Keewatin, the delightfully British TS Queen Mary, and two famous vessels, the historic Sydney Harbour Ferry MV Baragoola and the delightful MV Cape Don.
Maritime Historian, Author, Cruise‘n’Ship Reviewer & Lecturer.
Originally commenced in the Passenger Shipping Industry in 1960.
To ENTER the “Save The Classic Liners Campaign”
“Blue Water Liners sailing
to the distant shores.
I watched them come, I watched them go and I watched them die.”
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Where you will discover around 700 Classic Passenger & Passenger-Cargo Liners!
Where the ships of the past make history & the 1914 built MV Doulos Story
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