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WINDSOR CASTLE: 1959 - Pre-maiden voyage brochure

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Union Castle:  A fold-out (16" by 21") pre-maiden voyage brochure for the WINDSOR CASTLE issued in 1959.  The brochure features artist renderings of public rooms as well color photos of cabin mock-ups. 

Inside there is breathless text about Union Castle's new flagship and a very handsome two-panel aerial painting of the ship by A.A. Wilcox.  Renderings show the First Class Dining Saloon, Lounge, Swimming Pool, plus the Tourist Class Dining Saloon and Smoking Room.  Photos show three First Class cabins - two different deluxe staterooms and a double cabin - plus a Tourist Class three-berth cabin.  Peter Knego of maritimematters.com took a photo tour of this ship in 1998 and you can see close similarity between the concept drawings and the actual rooms. 

The WINDSOR CASTLE only sailed for seventeen years before Union Castle sold her.  For the next eleven years she served as a floating office complex in Jeddah.  Finally in 1990 she went in a long lay-up in Eleusis, Greece.  In 2005, at the age of 45, she was driven onto the beach at Alang despite several efforts to preserve her as a museum ship.

Very good condition.
$35.00
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