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BATAVIA: 1899 - Tissue deck plan from 1908

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Hamburg America Line:  A fold-out (12” by 18”) tissue deck plan of the BATAVIA, the last of three combo-liner sisters built in 1898-99 for the Hamburg-New York route.  The plan is circa 1908. 

Two decks are shown along with a basic profile marked with deck location.  The Dining Room seated 152 so I image that was the BATAVIA’s capacity.  It would have been a tight fit in the 72 small cabins.  Other public spaces included a Drawing Room and Smoking Room. 

BATAVIA’s moment of fame came in 1909 when she took on 300 passengers from Cunard’s SLAVONIA, aground and wrecked off the Azores.  The ship sailed until the early 1920s when she was broken up. 

Good condition with a few small tears.

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