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England, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand [picture] / William McDowell
Bib ID 3424857
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
McDowell, William
 
Online Versions
Description [London] : Shaw Savill Lines, [ca. 1930] 
1 poster : col. ; 102 x 62 cm. 
Biography/History

Dominion Monarch, regarded as a unique ship in terms of design, quality and passenger service. A quadruple screw motor vessel was the most powerful motor liner in the world with an average speed of 19.2 knots. A v. large cargo-passenger liner with 385 in the ship's company servicing 525 first class passengers. The voyage from Southampton to Wellington took 35 days, via Las Palmas, Capetown, Fremantle, Melbourne, Sydney, Wellington. She epitomised the era of stylish traditional sea travel (between 1939; 1948-1962) and during her day was regarded as the largest ship on the Australasian route.

Notes

Travel poster with artwork depicting the bow of the Dominion Monarch, a two funnel passenger liner with two tug boats and a yacht.

PIC Poster Drawer 206 copy Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2624940946

Subjects Dominion monarch (Ship) -- Posters.  |  Shaw Savill Lines -- Posters.  |  Ocean liners -- Posters.  |  Travel posters, British.  |  Australia -- Posters.
Other authors/contributors Shaw Savill Lines
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