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BRASIL & ARGENTINA: 1958 - Deck plans & interiors after rehab

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Moore McCormack Line: "The Luxury World of the SS ARGENTINA and SS BRASIL - America's Newest Cruise Liners"; a fold-out (17" by 24") glossy brochure and plans dated August 1963.

The ships were five years old and hardly new, but since they were the last passenger liners (as opposed to combo ships) built in the U.S., Moore Mac could make the claim.  Plus, two new decks full of cabins had just been plopped down on top in an effort to make the ships more profitable.

There are two nice aerials of the sisters - the cover photo of a New York departure and a view over the stern.  Interior photos (unidentified as to ship) show the Gift Shop, a buffet, Reading Room, Lounge, Swimming Pool, Gymnasium, Sports Deck, and three large cabins.  Large, color-coded plans show six decks.  The top two decks had just been added during a 1963 retrofit.  Dubbed "the wedding cake" by crew, the addition provided more cabins but spoiled the ships' clean lines.

Excellent condition.
$18.50
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