For many shipping lines, filling up cabin space was important as filling the cargo hold. Amenities ranged all the way up to first class staterooms with luxurious dining halls where elaborate cuisine was shared at table with the ship’s officers. This was the mode of travel favored by writers, and anyone who sought to escape from the busyness of life and savor the solitude afforded by life at sea.
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