A cruise from Cuba and along the East Coast in the 1920s taking in an excursion to Kensico Dam. The Paris film is by the same group. For more about the Siboney and Orizaba see the article: The Morro Castle, the Mohawk and the End of the Ward Line.
The stars and stripes fly over the ship
Passing El Morro, Havana, Cuba.
A fine view over the bows.
Wind disperses smoke from the twin funnels. Details: A whistle on the forward stack. Ventilator cowls crowd the deck.
"Deck Golf" A female passenger takes a swing while male passengers look on.
Detail: A child plays shuffleboard in the background...
Other passengers provide musical entertainment.
A visit to the bridge and a particularly nonchalant officer.
The helmsman... Details: the ship's wheel and compass. Close up of the helmsman.
A steamer in the distance.
A smart car parked in the approaches to the dam.
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(2006) Cuba to America on the Orizaba Gare Maritime (ref: #10103, accessed 9th October 2015 02:58:15 PM)
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