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CONTE BIANCAMANO: 1925<br>Tissue 1954

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Italian Line: A big (27" by 37" ) tissue deck plan issued in September 1954 for the CONTE BIANCAMANO. First, Cabin, and Tourist classes are included. Nine decks are shown, from the dog kennels up on Sun Deck down to the barracks-like accommodations on D Deck. The plan is very detailed with every nook and cranny on display. I couldn't help but smile when I discovered the First Class Pool Bar hard against the Children's Playroom. So that's how my parents' generation dealt with their rug rats! In her pre-war days the BIANCAMANO was known for her opulent interiors. The Allies confiscated the ship when Italian entered WW2 and tore out all the decoration to make a utilitarian troopship. When the Italian Line got the ship after the war, they decided to rebuild her with a modern theme. A raked bow was fitted as where two more modern looking funnels. Inside the carved-to-death décor of 1925 was replaced with a sleek and mid-century modern look. Although there are no photos in this plan, you can see the modern influence in the lay-out of the public rooms with their gaily curving designs. On one side of the plan are four sample cabin lay-outs. The pick of the ship would be the suites up on Boat Deck, just feet from the First Class swimming pool tucked in behind the forward funnel. The Cabin Class pool is at the stern on Promenade Deck, and even Tourist Class got a pool, hard against the superstructure near the bow on Upper Deck. The CONTE BIANCAMANO sailed until being sent to the breakers in 1960. Good condition with some staining.
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