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A sixteen-page brochure for 1963-64 fall\/winter cruises lists itineraries and rates. \u003cdiv\u003e \u003c\/div\u003e \r\n\r\nA fold-out ROTTERDAM guide shows rates and itineraries for the ship's 1969 spring and summer cruise. Of note is that HAL had put their flagship on exclusive cruising, leaving regular transatlantic sailings to the NIEUW AMSTERDAM. A fold-out \"Cruise Catalogue\" for 1970-71 shows that HAL was moving quickly into the cruise age. The new chevron logo is used. \u003cdiv\u003e \u003c\/div\u003e \r\n\r\nTo help bolster sagging fortunes, German Atlantic Line contracted with Holland America to promote and book their ships in the U.S. A fold-out cruise 'n fly brochure for 1971-72 shows combined itineraries and portraits of the ROTTERDAM, HAMBURG, and HANSEATIC. Also from 1972, a four-panel flier promoting the Grand Dame NIEUW AMSTERDAM and her Florida cruises. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year cruises in 1977-78 are advertised in a fold-out ROTTERDAM brochure. 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Passengers could arrive at the \"new\" Port Authority Bus Terminal in mid-town Manhattan and catch a special bus for the HAL piers across the river in Hoboken. \u003cdiv\u003e \u003c\/div\u003e \r\n\r\nFrom the 1961-62 cruise season come two brochures. One unfolds to show the winter\/spring schedule on one side and ship portraits and interior photos on the other. The second is thirty-two pages and lists extensive rate information for cruise on the ROTTERDAM, NIEUW AMSTERDAM, and STATENDAM. A sixteen-page brochure for 1963-64 fall\/winter cruises lists itineraries and rates. \u003cdiv\u003e \u003c\/div\u003e \r\n\r\nA fold-out ROTTERDAM guide shows rates and itineraries for the ship's 1969 spring and summer cruise. Of note is that HAL had put their flagship on exclusive cruising, leaving regular transatlantic sailings to the NIEUW AMSTERDAM. A fold-out \"Cruise Catalogue\" for 1970-71 shows that HAL was moving quickly into the cruise age. The new chevron logo is used. \u003cdiv\u003e \u003c\/div\u003e \r\n\r\nTo help bolster sagging fortunes, German Atlantic Line contracted with Holland America to promote and book their ships in the U.S. A fold-out cruise 'n fly brochure for 1971-72 shows combined itineraries and portraits of the ROTTERDAM, HAMBURG, and HANSEATIC. Also from 1972, a four-panel flier promoting the Grand Dame NIEUW AMSTERDAM and her Florida cruises. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year cruises in 1977-78 are advertised in a fold-out ROTTERDAM brochure. There are rates, itineraries, and a partial view of the ship and her now dark blue hull. \u003cdiv\u003e \u003c\/div\u003e \r\n\r\nMiscellaneous cruise items include a 1966 liquor-order brochure, a twenty-page \"Cues \u0026amp; Clues to West Indies Cruising\" from the late 1960s, an unused 1970s VOLENDAM coupon book for St. George sites, a \"Permit to Purchase\" a visitor's pass coupon, an unused visitor's pass, a 1982 order form for cabin liquor and munchies, and finally, a 1980s shipboard photo holder, minus the photo. \u003cdiv\u003e \u003c\/div\u003e \r\n\r\nAll items are in mint condition.\r\n"}

Various Ships<br>16 brochures

Product Description
Holland America Line: A collection of sixteen company pamphlets from 1950s to the 1980s.
 
The oldest is a "Ship-to-Shore" bus brochure from 1955. Passengers could arrive at the "new" Port Authority Bus Terminal in mid-town Manhattan and catch a special bus for the HAL piers across the river in Hoboken.
 
From the 1961-62 cruise season come two brochures. One unfolds to show the winter/spring schedule on one side and ship portraits and interior photos on the other. The second is thirty-two pages and lists extensive rate information for cruise on the ROTTERDAM, NIEUW AMSTERDAM, and STATENDAM. A sixteen-page brochure for 1963-64 fall/winter cruises lists itineraries and rates.
 
A fold-out ROTTERDAM guide shows rates and itineraries for the ship's 1969 spring and summer cruise. Of note is that HAL had put their flagship on exclusive cruising, leaving regular transatlantic sailings to the NIEUW AMSTERDAM. A fold-out "Cruise Catalogue" for 1970-71 shows that HAL was moving quickly into the cruise age. The new chevron logo is used.
 
To help bolster sagging fortunes, German Atlantic Line contracted with Holland America to promote and book their ships in the U.S. A fold-out cruise 'n fly brochure for 1971-72 shows combined itineraries and portraits of the ROTTERDAM, HAMBURG, and HANSEATIC. Also from 1972, a four-panel flier promoting the Grand Dame NIEUW AMSTERDAM and her Florida cruises. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year cruises in 1977-78 are advertised in a fold-out ROTTERDAM brochure. There are rates, itineraries, and a partial view of the ship and her now dark blue hull.
 
Miscellaneous cruise items include a 1966 liquor-order brochure, a twenty-page "Cues & Clues to West Indies Cruising" from the late 1960s, an unused 1970s VOLENDAM coupon book for St. George sites, a "Permit to Purchase" a visitor's pass coupon, an unused visitor's pass, a 1982 order form for cabin liquor and munchies, and finally, a 1980s shipboard photo holder, minus the photo.
 
All items are in mint condition.
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