The streamlined, super luxury Incres Lines MS Victoria
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---ms Victoria ---
Brochure Page Three
Brochures from the 1970s
A great view of the MS Victoria from the air!
Here are some further brochures promoting the Worlds Newest Cruise Liner. She was promoted as being a truly luxury class ship, which she was for her time. She featured some of the most spacious accommodations found on any ship, with the majority being outside ones. Tiese brochure also contains a Deck Plan, but due to its delicate condition, I have decided not to copy the interiors. Beside a side on drawing it also has pencil drawings of her public rooms and cabins.
All images on this page were culled from brochures which are part of the authors vast private maritime collection. All images are © Copyright 2006, and may not be copied for the use on any media, except with the authors permission.
is the brochure that shows her 35 day cruise from
It also contains the MS Victorias Deck Plan shown on her Deck Plan - Page Seven
high gloss brochure cover
A high gloss brochure cover
page containing images
A page containing images
Another front cover
Two delightful Posters from 1971 for the MS Victoria
The Ship with 68 Years at Sea INDEX
RMS Dunnottar 1936 to 1958, also her identical sister the
Incres Lines: One of the finest luxury cruise companies in history!
Page Two MS Victoria 1958 to 1975.
Page Three Brochure Page 1.
Page Four Brochure Page 2.
Page Five Brochure Page 3.
Page Six Brochure Page 4.
Page Seven Deck Plan and Menus.
Chandris Cruises: An excellent budget cruise line.
Page Eight MV The Victoria 1975 to 1993.
Page Nine Deck Plan and Menus.
Louis Cruise Line: Maltese Company a good basic cruise operation.
Page Eleven Photographs by Stephen William Storey.
Page Twelve Deck plan.
Page Thirteen MV Victoria I - 2004 - Sad scenes of her beached and being scrapped.
Water Liners sailing to the distant shores.
I watched them come, I watched them go and I watched them die.
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