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CONTE VERDE: 1923 - Tissue 3-class plan from 1934

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Lloyd Triestino: A large (27" by 39") tissue deck plan dated July 1934 for the CONTE VERDE. The ship was sailing the Trieste to Shanghai route after moving over from the South America run in 1932.

The plan shows six decks in detail: a large First Class, a medium-sized Second Class, and a small "Second Economic Class". While both First and Second had many nice public rooms and deck space, "Second Economic" (which held only a little more than 200 passengers) got a little outdoor space near the bow on C Deck, a small dining room on D Deck, and a warren of tiny cabins on E Deck. The ship's big Third Class was eliminated into a 1928 retrofit.

The VERDE gained fame in 1942 as a prisoner of war exchange ship. She was in Japanese waters when Italy capitulated in 1943. The crew scuttled the ship but the Japanese, in desperate need of hulls, raised the liner and outfitted her as a troop ship. An American air raid sank her in 1944. After the war the wreck was raised yet again and sent to the scrappers.

Very good condition.

$125.00
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