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AUSTRALIS: 1940 - "Berthing" plan from late 1960s

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Chandris Lines: A fold-out (22" by 35") "Berthing Plan" from the late 1960s while the AUSTRALIS was being used as an immigrant ship on the Australian run.  The ship was much loved by many of her passengers who took the long voyage to seek new opportunities and new lives. 

Eight decks are shown.  During her days as United States Lines' AMERICA, the ship was divided into 3 classes.  When Chandris bought her in 1964 the ship was converted to one class.  Sports and Sun decks were mostly unchanged from USL days.  The long array of public rooms on Promenade Deck was now open to all and an outdoor pool was added towards the stern.  On Upper and Main decks, many of the former First Class cabins amidships reminded while towards the stern large blocks of tiny cubbies were fitted.  The same is true on A, B, and C decks - lots of berths for lots of immigrants.  There is a large outline of the ship at top and a painting of her on the back cover. 

Excellent condition.  

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