This section contains articles about individual
warships in the United States Navy, the Coast
Guard, and in certain other navies from around
the world. In addition, there are articles about
people who serve in the sea services and various
issues confronting those services. Finally, there
are links to sea services sites and those of some
sea services organizations.
|Except where otherwise indicated, all articles and photographs are by and copyrighted by Richard H. Wagner.
No claim is made as to the content of any speeches or addresses reprinted here.
The information on this website is believed to be correct as of the date of posting. However, no responsibility is accepted for errors
and omissions. Copies of daily programs, menus, fact sheets, deck plans and other material published by the cruise lines are
presented for historical informational purposes only. Beyondships is not affiliated with the cruise lines and has no control over such
items or over what those firms will do in the future. Accordingly, no responsibility is accepted for errors and omissions.
It is all about ships and more.
Beyondships is a free resource for cruisers, travel agents and ship buffs intended
to give you a feel for the ships. Its ship profiles include: photo tours and
commentaries; interviews with captains, ship's officers and cruise line
executives; feature articles; menus; deck plans; daily programs and other
information about the ships. The photo galleries include photos and information
about other ships that have not yet been profiled. There are also illustrated
sections devoted to various cruise destinations.
|CRUISE SHIP PROFILES INCLUDE:
|Ships get their personalities from the people who sail them. They also shape the
guests' cruise experience us. Therefore, Beyondships presents interviews with
ship captains, hotel directors, and other ship people.
CLICK HERE FOR OUR LIST OF INSIDE VIEW INTERVIEWS
Going beyond the ships, we have photos and articles about places where cruise
ships go. These are done from a cruise ship passenger perspective. They
include port guides as well as articles on our experiences going ashore both on
organized shore excursions and indepently. Click here to go to our cruise ports
and destinations index page.