Aurora -


A Photographic Journey

By Chris Frame, Rachelle Cross



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A photographic tour around Aurora from bow to stern, top to bottom. One of Britain's most loved cruise ships, Aurora entered service in 2000. Built by Meyer Werft and named by HRH The Princess Royal, she was specifically designed for the British cruise market and since entering service she has become a firm favourite for Britons. Her annual world cruises have made her famous all over the world. Aurora's interior spaces are quintessentially British, and pay tribute to the long heritage of the P&O Line. From Anderson's Lounge to the Curzon Theatre, Alexandria Restaurant to Uganda Room, Aurora is a much-loved modern classic. Written and photographed by well-known maritime historians Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross, this book is a must-have keepsake for anyone who has sailed aboard Aurora as well as those with a love of cruising. AUTHORS: Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross have written a number of successful books, including the Photographic Journey series, and many books for the Story series, as well as A Photographic History of P&O Cruises and An Evolution of Transatlantic Liners. SELLING POINTS: First book about this iconic British P&O cruise ship The last ship designed by P&O before they were bought by Carnival One of two special ships (the other being Oriana) built truly for the UK market Full colour imagery presenting the ship from all quarters, following on from the authors' successful Cunard-based 'Photographic Journey' series Latest book from respected maritime authors, who regularly lecture aboard the ship Aurora has a loyal following of repeat cruisers who love her world tours and unique interior design 160 colour illustrations

Product code: 9780750985826

ISBN 9780750985826
No. Of Pages 96
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H226xW248
Publisher The History Press Ltd
A photographic tour around Aurora from bow to stern, top to bottom