Introducing the CTFA - France's leading shipping and passenger company.
Operating from Le Harve and Bordeaux, CTFA bolsters a large fleet of both Mediterranean and Transatlantic liners. Built in 1913, the Lorraine Class were the largest ships pre-WW1 built in France. The last, Arromanches, was retired in 1936.
In the late 1930s, with competition launching new ships of increased speed and tonnage, CTFA ordered two new Super ships, dubbed quickly the Liberte Class. These ships would dominate the seas for decades with superior length, tonnage, speed, and luxury. Some of the finest ships in the World, the Liberte Class was quick to make a name for itself.