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MARIPOSA & MONTEREY: 1954 - Color-coded deck plan 1971

Product Description
Pacific Far East Line:  A fold-out (18" by 20") deck plan for MARIPOSA and MONTEREY, two of the final American-flagged passenger ships. 

The plan shows five deck with color-coding.  Color photos show a portrait at sea of one of the handsome sisters and the Theatre.

The ships were built as sturdy Korean War transports and converted by Matson Line into luxury liners.  When Matson ended passenger service in the early 1970s, Pacific Far East Line took over the liners and sailed them until 1978 when the company went bankrupt.  While MARIPOSA eventually went to China, MONTEREY was rebuilt as a full-fledged cruise ship.  She sailed for various owners until heading to the breakers in 2006.  The plan is dated 1971.

Excellent condition.
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