Homeric’s Interior Dossier


A gorgeous artist's view of the White Star liner Homeric.
Homeric, as the White Star Line chose to portray her in a lavish brochure issued in the mid 1920s. (Author’s Collection.)

The White Star liner Homeric is an oft-ignored ship, but her interior spaces were truly magnificent. This article presents a series of artist impressions of the ship’s interiors, as seen in a lavish brochure issued in the mid 1920s.

Homeric’s first class passenger accommodation, as seen on a period deckplan that was issued to mark her 1929 Mediterranean cruise. Click here to open the PDF. (Note: This PDF file may take a couple of minutes to download, if you have a slower internet connection.)

Please click through the gallery below to see the artist impressions of Homeric‘s interiors, along with some information on each.

The following extract from the plan available in the PDF above, which shows A-deck, demonstrates the ship’s luxury. A verandah cafe, smoking room, music room, two galleries, an enormous lounge, reading and writing room, and drawing room overlooking the bow were all provided. (Author's Collection)
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