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CASTEL FELICE: 1930 - Large deck plan from 1960s

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Sitmar Line: A fold-out (27" by 28") tissue plan of the CASTEL FELICE from the 1960s.

Seven decks are shown in detail. A small First Class carved out of Saloon and A decks in a 1955 rehab. But by the time this plan was printed the ship had reverted back to one class.

The intended use of the ship is very evident. Two big dining rooms on Promenade Deck are jammed with tables. Down below, most cabins held 6 or more with several larger dormitories. All the cabins specs are neatly explained in a chart that shows a capacity of 1300 in Tourist.

The ship was built in 1930 as British India's KENYA and was rebuilt in 1952 for Sitmar. Although quartered in cramped conditions, many older Australian immigrants have fond memories of the CASTEL FELICE and their voyage to a new life. The ship was scrapped in 1970.

Very good condition with light wear.
$35.00
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