In 1840, Sir Samuel Cunard set sail aboard Britannia and founded the great transatlantic steamship service. From that time forward, the Cunard Line has owned and operated hundreds of ships, and played a large role in transporting immigrants to the new world, undertaking wartime service, and adapting seamlessly into the new cruising world of the modern age. The Cunard fleet’s Queens are as iconic today as they have ever been.
This beautifully crafted colouring book celebrates the long heritage of the Cunard Line, the stunning interiors and exteriors of the vessels, and much more besides.
Supplemented with fascinating text from Chris Frame and Rachelle Cross, it is sure to captivate and educate children and adults alike.
Check out a few pages of the Cunard Colouring Book as well as some coloured in by the authors.
Note: pencils / crayons not included.