Ocean liners of the Hamburg-American line on cruises to the South Seas during winter
Atlantic Ocean Date:1931, January 11 Duration:3 min 47 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The Hamburg-American line flagship, New York.The North German Lloyd De Luxe Liner Columbus being assisted by tug boats as it makes its way in the icy waters of New York harbor heading out on a cruise to the West Indies. Another ocean liner at the Hamburg-American Line piers in Manhattan. View from deck of the Columbus, as it departs New York harbor, passing the Statue of Liberty. Interior of the Columbus, showing a common room, large salon,luxurious stateroom,outdoor lounge with wicker furniture, and central stairway area. Several women and a man pose by the ship's swimming pool. They enter the pool and swim. Two men practice putting on a small golf green,aboard the Hamburg-American liner, SS Reliance, while other passengers sit on deck chairs and relax, reading and conversing. The ship's daily newspaper, dated January 11, 1931, announcing that the North is gripped by zero weather, but the temperature on the Reliance is 84 degrees Fahrenheit. Women passengers playing quoits on deck, and posing on a sundeck. The Captain of the SS Reliance plotting courses for the ship. View from aloft, of the ship. A woman and man passenger, in bathing attire, relaxing in a cabana chair on deck.
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