Tss CARNIVALE getting underway Great Sound, Bermuda c. 1983. Also shown at left, the tender CANIMA.
Oil on panel. 24 x 36 inches. Painting completed 26 Nov. 2017... 'Wet Paint'.
This painting will be hung in the new CCL ship CARNIVAL HORIZON. Location: 'The Cucina Capitano' The Captain's
13. Canadian Pacifics great liner Empress of Britain showing off lower Manhattan on a January winter arriving 1935. The ship would embark her passengers and set off CPs annual World Cruise.
Oil on Panel, 18 x 24
A dramatic picture of the burning passenger motor vessel EMPRESS OF BRITAIN (42,348 GRT / 1931) being in tow on 27 Oct 1940 after an attack by a German naval recconaissance aircraft.
The Empress was on a homeward bound voyage from Suez (left 24 Sept) round Africa for Liverpool. On 26 Oct 1940 she w
The only information on this picture is the year 1934. I'm not sure where the picture was taken, although the pier shed on the right certainly looks like all the others being built in New York at this time.
The Empress of Britain is shown at Southampton between Atlantic Crossings on 11 June, 1938. The Imperial Airways flying boat Capella (G-ADUY) is shown in the foreground preparing to send her passengers ashore by launch. High winds had prevented the plane from landing her passengers at the Imperial
A very nice broadside view of the Empress of Britain of 1930, showing her fine lines, and her beautiful three funneled profile. She would become a wartime casualty after being bombed and set on fire on October 26, 1940 while off the Irish Coast. Although this attack didnt sink her, the still smol
EMPRESS OF BRITAIN at Liverpool 1958.
with (left) Alexandra Tug's NELSON
and ( right) their FLYING BREEZE (Tug/Tender)
An original drawing/goauche. 20 x 16 inches.
Have uploaded another variation 7-9-12
EMPRESS OF BRITAIN
A=Unknown tanker = looks like two names the second of which is four letters .
Possibly Sigurd Herlofsen's TANK KING?
I have checked THORSKAG and NORSK SKALD but not these?
B=New Zealand's PAPANUI or PAPAROA ( name begins with PAPAxxxx) =PAPAROA ( see comments)
C=One of New