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BRAZIL MARU: 1954 - Color-coded deck w/ interiors post-1965 retrofit

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Mitsui OKK Line: An eight-page deck plan with color interior photos for the BRAZIL MARU. Although undated, it is from after her 1965 retrofit.

The ship carried just twelve passengers in Cabin Class and 350 in Tourist Class. The detailed, color-coded plans show four decks. Besides a portrait at sea, photos show the Outdoor Swimming Pool, Card Room, Observation Lounge, a Cabin Class stateroom, Main Lounge, Bar, Tourist Class Dining Room, and a six-berth cabin.

The BRAZIL MARU was Japan's first post-war ocean liner. She sailed until 1974 when Mitsui OSK made her into a museum ship. Alas, the project didn't last and in 1996 she went to the wreckers.

Excellent condition.
$25.00
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