Cunard were always proud of their 'Ship Beautiful.' Aquitania's fortunes were never better as her passenger numbers soared in the early 1920s. Around that time, Cunard released an interesting brochure which illustrated her first and second class interiors; described the ship's many qualities; and promoted her to potential Atlantic travellers. They quoted Lord Northcliffe's famous comment: she was a 'Wonder Ship,' he wrote in 1921.
This section of the website displays many of the pages from the brochure and has its own navigation tools, in the form of the hyperlinks situated near the bottom of each page beneath the images. It is possible to navigate back or ahead to reach the next image and the middle button returns the user to this introduction page.
To enter, please click upon the ship's name above.