Ship Memorabilia

OK, I read of your Ship Coins, Pennies made into Collector Ship Pennies, Magnets, etc.... all neat ideas.  Someone, many months ago mentioned the paper border that circles the commode when you first arrive on the ship as mementos that he saves - very unique.  Carnival used to give out large  prints of the ship each time you cruised and I still have those which are so beautiful. I used to hang them on a wall in a hallway.  Now I am in a condo so I do not have the room to hang them.  I have no idea where the multitude of Ship Pins that I have received over the years are but I did find two for the photo below. .  

Here is a photo of my collection that I hastily gathered together.  The only ones that I actually purchased on board a ship are the key rings and the ship models or ornaments.  The rest: coasters, plates, mugs, medallions, magnets, playing cards, stationery & pins, etc I either was given or won. I also have tees, journals, totes and luggage that were too big to fit in the photo. 

 

Tags: Cruise Ship Souvinirs

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Nice collection.  I have some Certificate of Transatlantic crossing

 from Celebrity and RCI hanging in the hall way with lots of Photos from different cruises.  The pins I never use I wont put a hole into a tie to wear them.   I do take the ball point pens,   I used to use those at my desk when I worked,  reminded me of why I work,  to cruise.

In my working days,  I also kept a xerox copy of the certificates hung on my office wall with a few photo's from cruises just to remind me why I put up with the job.

Thank you JustMe for nudging my brain.  I found one of my certificates for crossing the International Dateline

 

I keep the cruise logs and certificates that are handed out. Oh, I usually by a ball cal and shirt.

I forgot my Ship on a Stick.........

 

Jusme, ship on a stick. Now that's funny!

Thanks everyone for the photos you shared.  It was fun to see everything.  I'll have to remember to keep future mementos all in one place. 

I save my ship cards

Ship Cards

 

Old Carnival Tag

 

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