The Furness Bermuda Line was a British shipping line that operated in the 20th century and ran passenger liners between New York and Bermuda, an archipelago of seven main islands and about 170 additional islets and rocks.
Bermuda is a self-governing overseas territory of the United Kingdom, with its legal system based on English common law. King Charles is the head of state and the head of government is the Premier. However, the closest land mass is North Carolina about 650 miles to the west-northwest.
This menu was for passengers on the Queen of Bermuda, which went into service for the first time in 1933. Like its sister ship the Monarch of Bermuda, this liner was ultra luxurious with only 731 berths and lavish public accommodation. Both ships were called ‘millionaires’ ships.’
This colorful menu is dated 1966 and features Bermudans and a rather delightful donkey giving its rider some definite side-eye.
Each order includes a print of the interior menu.
All printed in USA.