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   Back to The Lords of the Ocean: Ships of the East India Company

The Viceroy of India (1929) cruising in Northern waters.

The Viceroy of India (1929) cruising in Northern waters.
The Viceroy of India (1929) cruising in Northern waters.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: C7903_4
Description: London was an important embarkation point for people taking a pleasure cruise. Cruises were the prerogative of the wealthy until fairly recent times. The P&O's 'Viceroy of India' sailed on the Shore Excursions Cruise No. 6, leaving London on 19 June 1936 for Leith, Trondhjem, Hammerfest, Spitzbergen, Tromso, Narvik and Bergen.
Creator: Unknown
Date: c. 1930
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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