Photograph of a starboard view of the steamship Lurline off the Honolulu coast of Hawaii, ca.1940-1950. At center, the massive lightly-colored steamship is seen moving through the water. At the lowest part of the hull, roughly seventy portholes line the ship from end to end. Five lines of portholes are visible on the entire side of the ship. Three passenger levels are visible below the upper deck of the ship. Near the stern and bow of the ship, two large erect poles can be seen. Various wires extend from the poles to the deck below. Numerous amounts of people can be seen scattered across the decks of the ship. On the top deck of the ship, eight large lifeboats are visible. Behind the lifeboats, two short smokestacks with the letter "M" on their sides can be seen. In the extreme background, the lush mountains of Hawaii meet the cloudy sky above.