Then www.shipindex.org is the website for you to find that image!! I know the copied image above is fuzzy but the first paragraph says it all:
“ShipIndex.org simplifies vessel research. Whether you’re a genealogist, a maritime historian, a researcher, or just curious, we can help you learn more about the ships that interest you. We tell you which maritime resources, such as books, journals, magazines, newspapers, CD-ROMS, websites and online databases mention the ships that interest you. We enhance these references by noting which ones include illustrations or crew and passenger lists and where you can find or purchase the resource.”
You can barely see that “our full database had 3,151,517 citations to ships in 1004 resources.”
You can do a quick first index search for free but you’ll need to subscribe to view the citation…………. a whopping $6.00 for two full weeks.
From the Mayflower to the Titanic to the Queen Mary this website will delight you and enhance your family history stories, I guarantee.