Fold-out brochure (folds out to a size of 21"x27") full color brochure for the 1973/1974 Caribbean Fly/Cruises aboard the Cunard Line 14,000 ton sister ships MV Cunard Ambassador and MV Cunard Adventurer.
The brochure includes photos and descriptions of the ships and shipboard life, descriptions of the cruise and ports of call, room rates and photos of the different type of staterooms, basic deck plans, sailing schedules and itineraries, special tips about enjoying the cruise and general information.
The brochure is in fair condition: the top horizontal seam of the brochure which runs the full width is split and taped together (see last photo). The brochure also has a small stain on the upper section of the front cover (see photos).
The Cunard Adventurer sailed with Cunard from 1971-77 when it was sold to Norwegian Cruise Line and renamed the Sunward II. The ship was sold to Epirotiki line in 1991 and renamed the Triton. It was sold to Royal Olympic Cruises in 1995 who operated the ship until 2004 when it was sold to Louis Cruises and renamed the Coral and sailed until 2014.
The MV Cunard Ambassador (sister ship of the Cunard Adventurer) was built in 1972. In 1974 the ship caught fire and was declared a total loss. The hull of the ship was sold to a Danish company who converted the ship into a sheep/livestock carrier and renamed it 'Linda Clausen'. The ship caught fire a second time in 1981, and a third time in 1983, and after the 3rd fire it was sold to ship breakers.