SS Excalibur Collection
Ephemera for the SS Excalibur are available at the GG Archives, including Passenger Lists, Menus, Brochures, Event Programs, and more.
1938-03-18 Passage Contract Genoa to New York - SS Excalibur
Passenger's Receipt and Contract for passage on the SS Excalibur of the American Export Lines for a voyage departing from Genoa to New York on 18 March 1938 for an American adult woman.
1938-03-18 SS Excalibur Passenger List
- Steamship Line: American Export Lines
- Class of Passengers: One
- Date of Departure: 18 March 1938
- Route: Genoa to New York
- Commander: Captain S. N. Groves
American Export Lines 1948 Advertisement for The New 4 Aces: SS Excalibur, SS Exochorda, SS Exeter, SS Excambion. GGA Image ID # 15f5446f12
Newest... Fastest... Finest American-Flag Passenger Liners in Mediterranean Service
American Export Lines planned these four attractive new liners expressly for Mediterranean travel • • • to assure utmost comfort, convenience and pleasure in an atmosphere of distinctive charm.
They provide a new concept of leisurely living at sea in keeping with modern American standards.
All staterooms are outside, amidships • • • with private bathrooms. Spacious, bright and cheerful, they are distinguished by their beauty and completeness of appointments. One class accommodations only — first class.
By day, they resemble interesting living rooms and by night are transformed for restful sleep with downy oversize beds.
Additional notable features include • • • air conditioning throughout • • • family suites • • • private veranda deck staterooms • • • outdoor tiled pool and other recreational facilities • • • service by specially trained American stewards.
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A sailing every other Tuesday from New York to Marseilles, Naples, Alexandria, Jaffa, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Beirut, Haifa, Alexandria, Piraeus, Naples, Leghorn, Genoa, Marseilles, Boston.
The New "4 Aces"
- S.S. EXCALIBUR
- S.S. EXOCHORDA
- S.S. EXETER
- S.S. EXCAMBION
Beautiful new replacements for our prewar liners of the same names.