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Passenger Ship Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 105 pictures in our Passenger Ship collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 1911 Featured Print

Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 1911

Hole torn in the hull of RMS Olympic after the collision with HMS Hawke in the Solent, 20th September 1911. The collision took place as Olympic and Hawke were running parallel to each other through the Solent. As Olympic turned to starboard, the wide radius of her turn took the commander of Hawke by surprise, and he was unable to take sufficient avoiding action. Hawke's bow, collided with Olympic's starboard side near the stern, tearing two large holes in Olympic's hull, above and below the waterline which resulted in the flooding of two of her watertight compartments and a twisted propeller shaft. At a subsequent inquiry the Royal Navy blamed Olympic for the incident, alleging that her large displacement generated a suction that pulled Hawke into her side

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The SS L'Atlantique on fire, 1933, (1935). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

The SS L'Atlantique on fire, 1933, (1935). Creator: Unknown

The SS L'Atlantique on fire, 1933, (1935). L'Atlantique caught fire off the coast of France on the way to be refitted. The crew abandoned ship, and L'Atlantique was considered a total loss. She was insured by Lloyd's of London for almost £1,000,000. There was a long debate between the owners and insurers, eventually resulting in the payment of US$6.8 million to Compagnie de Navigation Sud Atlantique for the loss. From "The Silver Jubilee Book - The Story of 25 Eventful Years in Pictures". [Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1935]

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RMS Aquitania, c1930. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

RMS Aquitania, c1930. Creator: Unknown

RMS Aquitania, c1930. The Aquitania was built by John Brown and Company on the Clyde in Scotland for the Cunard Line. Launched in 1914, she was converted for use as an armed merchant cruiser then a troopship during the First World War. After a refit in 1919 she took up her intended role on the transatlantic route to New York. Although slower than some of her rival liners, Aquitania offered more luxurious accomodation. During the Second World War she again served as a troopship. After the war she was used to transport migrants to Canada before she was scrapped in 1950. Postcard. [C.R. Hoffmann, London]

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