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CRISTOFORO COLOMBO: 1954 - Large tissue deck plan from 1955

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Italian Line: A big (27 1/2" by 39") tissue deck plan dated February 1955, about six months after CRISTOFORO COLOMBO's maiden voyage.

The entire ship and all three classes are shown, covering everything from the First Class games area up by the funnel on Belvedere Deck, down 10 decks to itsy-bitsy Tourist cabins squeezed in the bow and stern next to machinery on C Deck.

There is a photo portrait on back and a detailed profile of the ship showing the decks. This plan shows the ship's original configuration with 205 passengers in First, 320 in Cabin, and 703 crammed into Tourist. Alterations in 1961 and in 1963 when her stabilizers were added changed the numbers a little, but her biggest switch-up came in 1973 when the COLOMBO took her last voyage to North America and was moved onto the South American route. Cabin Class was eliminated and First Class shrunk to 172 while Tourist ballooned to 932 passengers.

Very good condition with a little wear around the edges.
$35.00
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