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CARMANIA: 1954 - Deluxe First & Tourist class deck plans from 1963

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Cunard Line: A pair of deck plans showing First and Tourist classes aboard the newly renovated CARMANIA.

The ship first sailed in 1954 as the class-leading SAXONIA on Cunard's Canadian route. A 1962/63 rehab converted the closed-in North Atlantic liner into a sun-seeking cruise ship. But occasionally Cunard still used the CARMANIA for transatlantic, hence these deck plans.

The twelve-page First Class plan was issued in 1963. Five decks are shown. Color photos include the Garden Restaurant, Library, Albany Room, St. Lawrence Bar, Sun Lounge, Beauty Salon, and a plush cabin. A dozen other photos show merry-making passengers. Those with sharp eyes will notice they are all from other Cunard liners. Also, notice the "Cruising Green" livery shown on the cover. Within a few years Cunard gave up on this costly paint job and used all white instead.

The twelve-page Tourist Class was also printed in 1963. Seven decks are shown. Black and white views include the grand stairway connecting Island Club and Nantucket Room (inspiration for the QE2's Double Down Room), Lido Deck with Swimming Pool, Ten-Pin Bowling Alley, Island Club, Tivoli Restaurant, a two-berth cabin, and the Launderette.

Excellent condition.

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