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CANBERRA: 1961 - First & Tourist deck plans w/ photos

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P&O-Orient Lines: First and Tourist deck plans from 1964 for P&O's largest, and last, true ocean liner, CANBERRA. 

The First Class plan (26" by 34") is dated March 1964 and shows 8 decks, from the open Sun Deck overlooking the pool down to the Restaurant on E Deck.  CANBERRA was one of the first ships to have lifeboats tucked into a lower deck rather than up top.  That led to a novel design for the time although common today - two decks of public space followed by two decks of cabins followed by the more public rooms on Promenade Deck.  Besides a profile view, the photos show the Bonito Club, Crow's Nest, Cinema, Meridian Room, Writing Room, and Restaurant. 

The Tourist Class (26" by 34") plan is dated August 1964 and shows ten decks, from Sun down to G.  This big class also had 2 outdoor pools.  Photos show the Island Room, William Fawcett Room, Pop Inn, Restaurant, and the popular Crickets Tavern. 

In P&O's big clean-out of ships in the early 1970s, the CANBERRA was slated to go to the scrappers after only 12 years of service.  Fortunately, at the last minute P&O decided to convert her to full time cruising, a role she played well until retirement in 1997 at age 36. 

Both plans are in excellent condition.
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