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eBook Queen Victoria: A Photographic Journey ePub

by Rachelle Cross,Chris Frame

  • ISBN: 0752452983
  • Category: Transportation
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Rachelle Cross,Chris Frame
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The History Press (December 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 120
  • ePub book: 1681 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1717 kb
  • Other: lit rtf lrf mobi
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 992

Description

Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross have previously written QE2, QM2, QV, and QE: A Photographic Journey, as well as the QE2 and QM2 Story, and The Evolution of the Transatlantic Liner. Captain Andrew Hall is master of Queen Victoria.

Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross have previously written QE2, QM2, QV, and QE: A Photographic Journey, as well as the QE2 and QM2 Story, and The Evolution of the Transatlantic Liner. Christopher Rynd is Commodore of the Cunard Line fleet. Paperback: 120 pages.

Queen Victoria: A Photographic Journey. Christopher Frame and Rachelle Cross coauthored The QE2 Story and QM2: A Photographic Journey

Queen Victoria: A Photographic Journey. Christopher Frame and Rachelle Cross coauthored The QE2 Story and QM2: A Photographic Journey. Captain Chris Wells was appointed Queen Elizabeth's first master in 2010.

Book Overview enhanced to give her the ability to cross the North Atlantic Ocean.

Chris Frame, Rachelle Cross. This photographic journey around the modern yet stately Queen Victoria is full of quirky and amusing anecdotes and stories looking back over the life of QV. Each room is described in light narrative with complementing photographs to create a lasting memento of a voyage aboard Cunard’s newest monarch.

Queen Victoria: A Photographic Journey (Hardback). Chris Frame (author), Rachelle Cross (author). Built by Fincantieri and introduced into service in late 2007, Queen Victoria's reign is still young. Hardback 120 Pages, Published: 01/07/2010. She has been welcomed with open arms by the cruising public and is already a floating celebrity with royal engagements, tandem Atlantic crossings and Gala World Cruises. The first in a new breed of Cunard ships, her unique design - based on the Vista Class hull of Carnival Corporation - is strengthened and enhanced to give her the ability to cross the North Atlantic Ocean.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Queen Victoria: A Photographic Journey . Christopher Frame and Rachelle Cross coauthored The QE2 Story,QE2: A Photographic Journey, and QM2: A Photographic Journey. Country of Publication.

Christopher Frame and Rachelle Cross coauthored The QE2 Story,QE2: A Photographic Journey, and QM2: A Photographic Journey.

Frame, Chris; Cross, Rachelle (2010). Queen Victoria: a photographic journey. Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK: The History Press. Miller, William H. (2009). Cunard's Three Queens: a celebration. Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK: Amberley Publications.

Queen Victoria : A Photographic Journey . Chris Frame; Rachelle Cross; Captain Andrew Hall. Queen Victoria was the first in a new breed of Cunard Ships: her unique design is enhanced to give her the ability to cross the North Atlantic. Introduced to service in 2007, Queen Victoria has had a notable career with royal engagements, tandem Atlantic crossings and Gala-World Cruises. Illustrated with stunning color photographs taken by the authors, this book has been fully updated after the extensive 2017 refit.

Queen Victoria: A Photographic Journey Hardcover – 9 Aug 2010. Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross are enthusiastic maritime historians and have undertaken extensive cruising aboard Cunard Ocean Liners. by. Chris Frame (Author). Their interests extend into general maritime history and shipping.

From her exquisite Grand Lobby to her Royal Court Theatre (complete with box seating), this sumptuous photographic record takes the reader on a journey through the public rooms of this stately ship

Comments

Matty Matty
A guided tour with excellent photos but written from a travel agent's superficial perspective, which diminishes the book to a three star rating. I will say that she appears to be an ocean liner (and not some tacky paean to faux marble and decoratiove tchochkes like P and O's lifeless American and Godawfully tacky Italian counterpart's.
Rindyt Rindyt
Beautiful tour of a famous Queen! Great photos and a joy to read!
Arcanefist Arcanefist
This book is hugely disappointing. There is almost no copy, except for the occasional little factoid.
The ship is not really unique in any way, there are about 10 other near identical ships in the world of Carnival. The decor looks like a variation on the QMII so a whole book of photos is about as interesting as a tax form.