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Also by Robert D. Ballard:

Lost Liners, October 1998
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Lost Liners, October 1998
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Lost Liners, October 1998
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Lost Liners
Robert D. Ballard, Rick Archbold, Ken Marschall

Hyperion
October 1998
On Sale: October 1, 1998
224 pages
ISBN: 0786883847
EAN: 9780786883844
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$29.95
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James Cameron's Titanic has broken box office records and mesmerized, moviegoers around the world. The film's historical details and shots of underwater wreckage have brought to life the haunting story of the ocean liner and its tragic maiden voyage. In Lost Liners, famed undersea explorer and Titanic discoverer Robert Ballard takes readers on a guided tour of the beginnings, heyday, and eventual decline of the great Atlantic express liners.

Once the crown jewels of transatlantic travel, the Lusitania, the Titanic, the Britannic, and the Andrea Doria now rest on the ocean floor, and together they comprise an extraordinary underwater museum. Dozens of specially commissioned illustrations from renowned Titanic artist Ken Marschall lavishly depict the ships in their prime as well as in their eerily poignant underwater repose. A seafloor visit using high-quality underwater photography provides images of what the liners look like today, and archival photographs and memorabilia reveal the splendor that was.

Lost Liners is the ultimate book on the great lost liners -- and an absolute must-have for liner buffs and Titanic fans.

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