Captain Stephen J. Card M.N.I.

Maritime Artist

Stephen Card was commissioned to produce a collection of pictures for display on board the Queen Mary 2.


Britannia outside the port of Boston in the fall of 1840

The Cunard record breaker Lucania crossing New York's Upper Bay in the summer of 1906.

Carpathia backing into the North River at the start of a crossing to the Mediterranean in the summer of 1914. In 1912 the ship became well known for her heroic rescue of 705 survivors from the White Star Line's Titanic.

Mid Novermber 1905. The Carmania sailing down the River Clyde to commence builder's and owner's acceptance trials.

Lusitania passing the Old Head of Kinsale Lighthouse on the south coast of Ireland, heading out into the Atlantic in 1908.

Mauretania passing the western end of the Plymouth Breakwater while steaming into the Sound after a passage from New York c. 1930.

Mauretania in white cruising livery, on a cruise to the Mediterranean from Southampton in the early 1930s.

Aquitania passing the Sandy Hoop pilot cutter New York No. 1 outbound to Liverpool from New York in May 1914.


All images are copyright by Captain Stephen J. Card and used with permission of Captain Card and Carmania Press.

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19 January 2004. Revised 31 October 2014.