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AUGUSTUS: 1952 - Large tissue deck plan from 1956

Product Description
Italian Line: A large (27" by 39") tissue deck plan dated 1956 for the AUGUSTUS.

Besides a starboard portrait, there is a detail plan view of the ship. Nine decks are shown in detail, from the spacious First Class Sun Deck up top down to the mean little Tourist Class cabins crammed together on C Deck. One First Class cabin (#51) is pulled out in larger scale.

AUGUSTUS and her slightly-older sister GIULIO CESARE sailed with three-class service from Italy to Rio, Montevideo, and Buenos Aires, and were known for their strikingly modern interiors. Fiat provided the big diesels which powered the sisters and took such interest in them that they inspected the ships after every voyage. Both ships became familiar to the North American market when they served as replacements for the lost DORIA in the late 1950s. When the CESARE developed rudder problems in 1972 the Italian Line decided to scrap her. The AUGUSTUS was sold out of the fleet in 1977 and went to new owners in Asia. For awhile she served as a floating hotel in Manila but that operation folded in the late 1990s. Sadly, she was sent to the breakers around 2010.

Excellent condition.
$35.00
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