Port of Haifa, Israel Passenger Lists
Haifa is a northern Israeli port city built in tiers extending from the Mediterranean up the north slope of Mount Carmel. The city’s most iconic sites are the immaculately landscaped terraces of the Bahá'í Gardens and, at their heart, the gold-domed Shrine of the Báb. At the foot of the gardens lies the German Colony, with shops, galleries and restaurants in 19th-century buildings.
Digitized Passenger Lists for the Port of Haifa
- Steamship Line: Anchor Line
- Steamship: S.S. Transylvania
- Class of Passengers: Cruise
- Date of Departure: 30 January 1926
- Route: New York to Funchel (Maderia); Lisbon; Cadiz, Spain; Gibraltar; Algers; Tunis, Carthage; Phaleron Bay (Athens); Constantinople; Haifa; Alexandria; Naples; Villefranche (Nice); Monte Carlo; Cherbourg; and return to New York.
- Commander: Captain D. W. Bone
- Steamship Line: White Star Line
- Steamship: S.S. Laurentic
- Class of Passengers: Tourist Third Cabin
- Date of Departure: 27 February 1930
- Route: Mediterranean Cruise from New York to Madeira, Gibralter, Algiers, Monaco, Naples, Athens, Constantinople, Haifa, Alexandria, Syracuse, Naples, Monaco, Gibraltar, Cherbourg, and Southampton.
- Commander: Captain E. L. Trant, R.D. (Cmdr. R.N.R., Retd.)