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GUGLIELMO MARCONI 1963 - Very large full ship deck plan

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Lloyd Triestino: A very large (32" by 46") deck plan for the sleek GUGLIELMO MARCONI, one of twins introduced in 1963 for the Australian route.

Nine deck are shown, beginning with the Captain's Deck with its "Prima Classe Sala Bambini" (complete with a wading pool and sunning area) down to crowded immigrant cabins on F Deck. At one spot on E Deck the cabins are 10 across, certainly a record of sorts. First Class passengers enjoyed lots of space on the top decks, and even Tourist Class denizens gained plenty of elbow room in their Promenade Deck public rooms. Perhaps that made shoebox cabins more acceptable.

The plan is dated 1973 while the ship was still operating the blue water route. When jumbo jets took away passengers, the ship was put into cruise service. In 1983 she was converted into the COSTA RIVIERA and sailed profitably for another two decades.

Excellent condition.
$35.00
Maximum quantity available reached.