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Chandris Lines – A fold-out color brochure from around 1960 and a deck plan from 1968 promoting the PATRIS and her line voyages between Athens and Australia\/New Zealand. \u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eThe brochure and plan were intended for “Down-Under” market with booking agencies listed for cities such as Melbourne, Sydney, and Hobart others.  A portrait shows off the ship’s handsome motorship lines.  Nine color photos give a glimpse of life onboard. \u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eThe “berthing plan” unfolds to 22” by 31”.  At top there is a nicely rendered starboard broadside with detailed plans of six decks underneath.  The cabins are tiny and are jammed eight across, even with corridor and bathroom space in the center.  \u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eThe PATRIS was the first Chandris ship on the important immigrant run from England to Australia, and is considered the \"grandmother\" of the current Celebrity fleet.  The Chandris company was built on the success of its long haul runs to Down-Under.  Like so many Chandris ships, the PATRIS started off a Union Castle Line ship, in this case the BLOEMFONTEIN CASTLE.  The ship sailed this route through 1974.  In 1975 she served as an accommodation ship for hurricane victims in Darwin, Australia.  In 1976 the ship was retrofitted to serve as a passenger\/car ferry between Italy and Greece.  In 1979 she was sold out of the fleet and went to the breakers in 1987. \u003c\/p\u003e\nExcellent condition."}

PATRIS: 1950 - Color interiors brochure & tissue deck plan

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Greek Australian Line & Chandris Lines – A fold-out color brochure from around 1960 and a deck plan from 1968 promoting the PATRIS and her line voyages between Athens and Australia/New Zealand. 

The brochure and plan were intended for “Down-Under” market with booking agencies listed for cities such as Melbourne, Sydney, and Hobart others.  A portrait shows off the ship’s handsome motorship lines.  Nine color photos give a glimpse of life onboard. 

The “berthing plan” unfolds to 22” by 31”.  At top there is a nicely rendered starboard broadside with detailed plans of six decks underneath.  The cabins are tiny and are jammed eight across, even with corridor and bathroom space in the center.  

The PATRIS was the first Chandris ship on the important immigrant run from England to Australia, and is considered the "grandmother" of the current Celebrity fleet.  The Chandris company was built on the success of its long haul runs to Down-Under.  Like so many Chandris ships, the PATRIS started off a Union Castle Line ship, in this case the BLOEMFONTEIN CASTLE.  The ship sailed this route through 1974.  In 1975 she served as an accommodation ship for hurricane victims in Darwin, Australia.  In 1976 the ship was retrofitted to serve as a passenger/car ferry between Italy and Greece.  In 1979 she was sold out of the fleet and went to the breakers in 1987. 

Excellent condition.
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