New York, 1st.ed., 1988. 118 pp., 173 photo-ills. Pict. c.c., 30 x 22cm. V.G. The author describes and presents a sumptuous photographic record of the new breed of ocean liner and cruise ship in service during the early decades following the war. Includes QUEEN ELIZABETH, CANBERRA, UNITED STATES, STOCKHOLM, BREMEN, BRITANNIC, CAPETOWN CASTLE, EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND, FRANCE, GRIPSHOLM, LAKONIA, MAURETANIA, NIEUW AMSTERDAM, NORTHERN STAR, UGANDA, etc. There are comments on famous passengers and an account of the dramatic sinking of the ANDREA DORIA. Includes internal and external views of vessels.