01-RMS Scythia, in service from 1921 to 1958.
02-TheScythia leaves the Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan behind.
03-Writer Bob Bone captured this study in composition on deck of the Scythia.
04-The Blunt End Kids. Bob Bone is the kid with head turned back toward the camera,
05-The Blunt End Kids near the end of the voyage. Bob Bone apparently feigns sadness that the trip is almost over.
06-Orah Ilana Moyal (now Orah Young), a fellow passenger who remains a friend to this day.
07-The Blunt End kids at a rehearsal of a skit for the passenger talent show.
08-Bob Bone in silhouette form near end of the Scythia voyage.
09-The Queen Mary 2. (Docked in Honolulu earlier this year. Photo by Sara A. Bone)
10-Outward bound from Southampton, the QM2 attracts a crowd as it passes the Isle of Wight.
11-A castle on the Isle of Wight seen from our balcony on the QM2.
12-Life preserver on the QM2 -- a designed that has not changed in 50 years.
13-The atrium on the QM2, which prefers it to be called the Grand Lobby.
14-Detail on the Grand Lobby of the Queen Mary 2.
15-View of the balconies, etc., of the QM2 as seen from the bridge.
16-Passengers entering the Britannia Restaurant, a two-story dining room.(Note: Not the "Queens Grill," despite the filename.)
17-The Golden Lion, a seagoing pub on the Queen Mary 2.
18-A popular dance class on the Queen Mary 2.
19-The open air Terrace Bar on the Queen Mary 2.
20-Stage show in one of the QM2 theaters.
21-Amanda Reid, assistant cruise director. (See story.)
22-Executive Chef Klaus Kremer (See story.)
23-Commodore Bernard ("Just call me Bernie") Warner master of the QM2.
24-Cocktail party in the Queens Room.
25-Decorative detail near the planetarium theater on the QM2.
26-Wintergarden lounge on the QM2.
27-QM2 cabin corridor -- not quite half a mile long.
28-Guests live it up during the final formal dinner.
29-Writer Robert W. (Bob) Bone in formal duds on the QM2
30-A welcome morning view from our balcony as the QM2 eases into its dock at Brooklyn. (Compare with image 02.)