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BRAZIL MARU & ARGENTINA MARU - 1965 services brochure w/ plans & interiors

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Mitsui OSK Line: A twenty-page brochure from 1965 for the BRAZIL MARU and her slightly larger sister ARGENTINA MARU.

Both ships carried passengers and cargo from Japan to South America and sometimes to the West Coast of the U.S. Initially each ship had three classes with a large 3rd Class area for immigrants, but by in 1965 that had been modified to just two classes.

In the center of the brochure is a large color painting of the BRAZIL MARU. The page flips up to reveal an illustration of the ARGENTINA MARU at the bottom and individual deck plans for each liner at top. A tiny Cabin Class fit into Promenade Deck while Economy Class used the three lower decks. Interior photos show classically simple Japanese design with clean lines, although the Cabin Class stateroom photo shown looks tarted up, perhaps for Western tastes. There are route maps, destination info, itineraries, and ship info.

The ARGENTINA MARU went to the scrappers in 1976 while the BRAZIL MARU lasted into the 1990s.

Excellent condition.
$25.00
Maximum quantity available reached.