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BERMUDIAN: 1904 - Bermuda guide & ship plans 1907

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Quebec Steamship Company:  A deluxe, twenty-four page brochure from 1907 for the BERMUDIAN’s sailings from New York to Bermuda.  Quebec Steamship Company later became Furness Bermuda Line in the early 1920s. 

The BERMUDIAN of 1904 was a pioneer in steamship service to Bermuda.  Sprinkled throughout this travel guide to the islands are photos, descriptions, deck plans, rates, and even a sailing schedule for 1907-1908.  Photos show the Dining Saloon and Shelter Deck while on the back cover is a hand-tinted photograph of the BERMUDIAN.  The deck plan, while small in size, is worthy of examination with a magnifying glass.  Three decks are shown.  The topmost Promenade Deck had six cabins fitted into the narrow superstructure.  The cabins opened out onto the exposed deck so a visit to the loo meant dashing out into the elements and down an exposed stairway to the deck below.  The Shelter Deck had a Music Room near the bow and a Smoke Room towards the stern with cabins in between.  Down on Saloon Deck there were many more cabins and a large Dining Saloon.  Photos of the island of Bermuda show a quiet, sparsely populated place.  

The BERMUDIAN served trooping duties for a short time in 1914 before return to civilian use.  In 1917 she was called up again as a troopship and wasn't returned to the Quebec Steamship Company until 1919.  Furness bought the company in 1920 and renamed the ship FORT HAMILTON.  The Bermuda route proved to be a hit and so Furness replaced the ship with a larger one in 1926 and sold the FORT HAMILTON to Cosulich.  She was broken up in 1934.    

Very good condition.

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