An Art Deco Cruise


Before airplanes and road trips took over America, the cruise was the premier vacation.  You get to sail to exotic places while dining with the captain, play shuffleboard with your neighbors, or simply take a stroll on the deck to gaze upon the starlight reflected on the sea.  Back then, passengers didn’t wear oversized hawaiian shirts or lengthy board shorts.   In the 1930s, people wore their very best while on vacation.  They had casual jackets and pants that today would look too dressy, for even the office.  Keeping with tradition, Spencer and I wore our Sunday best for a little Art Deco cruise on the grand Queen Mary. Read More