{"id":11632100292,"title":"CUNARD COUNTESS\/ PRINCESS\u003cbr\u003e3 shipyard blueprints","handle":"cunard-countess-princess-br-3-shipyard-blueprints","description":"Cunard Line: Three original shipyard blueprints showing dimensions for the sisters CUNARD COUNTESS and CUNARD PRINCESS. \r\n\r\nThe ships were built in the mid-1970s at the Burmeister \u0026amp; Wain's Shipyard in Copenhagen, Denmark. The plans show the shipyard name, a date of August 28, 1973, and the internal numbers for the ships, 858 (COUNTESS) and 859 (PRINCESS). Plan #1 unfolds to 29\" by 41\" and shows a \"Opstalt\" view (elevation), \"Snit\" (cutaway), \"Hoveddaek\" (Main Deck), and A Deck. Down the left side are four horizontal cutaways. Circled numbers are referenced in locations on the deck plans. Plan #2 also unfolds to 29\" by 41\" and shows B Deck, C Deck, \"Mellemdaek\" (Tween Deck), and the Tank Tops along with corresponding cutaways down the left. Plan #3 is slightly smaller at 24\" by 33\" and shows \"Obs'n Daek (Observation Deck), \"Soldaek\" (Sun Deck), \"Brodaerk\" (Bridge Deck), and \"Badedaek\" (Boat Deck). There are no cutaways. While the blueprints do not show actual rooms, they do provide a good overview of each deck. \r\n\r\nOverseas National Airways had ordered the ships but sold them to Cunard while under construction. CUNARD COUNTESS took her maiden voyage in August 1976 while her sister CUNARD PRINCESS followed along eight months later. The plans come from the collection of maritime historian William Flayhart who got them in the early 1980s while researching the book he co-authored with Captain Ronald Warwick, \"QE2\". The COUNTESS went to the scrappers in 2014 while the PRINCESS still plies the Mediterranean as the GOLDEN IRIS. \r\n\r\nVery good condition.\r\n","published_at":"2017-08-02T13:31:08-04:00","created_at":"2017-08-02T13:31:08-04:00","vendor":"Nautiques","type":"- Deck Plans","tags":["- Deck Plans","Cunard"],"price":5000,"price_min":5000,"price_max":5000,"available":true,"price_varies":false,"compare_at_price":null,"compare_at_price_min":0,"compare_at_price_max":0,"compare_at_price_varies":false,"variants":[{"id":47534189828,"title":"Default Title","option1":"Default Title","option2":null,"option3":null,"sku":"9030","requires_shipping":true,"taxable":true,"featured_image":null,"available":true,"name":"CUNARD COUNTESS\/ PRINCESS\u003cbr\u003e3 shipyard blueprints","public_title":null,"options":["Default Title"],"price":5000,"weight":113,"compare_at_price":null,"inventory_quantity":3,"inventory_management":"shopify","inventory_policy":"deny","barcode":""}],"images":["\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2236\/1411\/products\/Cunard_Countess_-Princess_Combined_plans.jpg?v=1503349821"],"featured_image":"\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2236\/1411\/products\/Cunard_Countess_-Princess_Combined_plans.jpg?v=1503349821","options":["Title"],"content":"Cunard Line: Three original shipyard blueprints showing dimensions for the sisters CUNARD COUNTESS and CUNARD PRINCESS. \r\n\r\nThe ships were built in the mid-1970s at the Burmeister \u0026amp; Wain's Shipyard in Copenhagen, Denmark. The plans show the shipyard name, a date of August 28, 1973, and the internal numbers for the ships, 858 (COUNTESS) and 859 (PRINCESS). Plan #1 unfolds to 29\" by 41\" and shows a \"Opstalt\" view (elevation), \"Snit\" (cutaway), \"Hoveddaek\" (Main Deck), and A Deck. Down the left side are four horizontal cutaways. Circled numbers are referenced in locations on the deck plans. Plan #2 also unfolds to 29\" by 41\" and shows B Deck, C Deck, \"Mellemdaek\" (Tween Deck), and the Tank Tops along with corresponding cutaways down the left. Plan #3 is slightly smaller at 24\" by 33\" and shows \"Obs'n Daek (Observation Deck), \"Soldaek\" (Sun Deck), \"Brodaerk\" (Bridge Deck), and \"Badedaek\" (Boat Deck). There are no cutaways. While the blueprints do not show actual rooms, they do provide a good overview of each deck. \r\n\r\nOverseas National Airways had ordered the ships but sold them to Cunard while under construction. CUNARD COUNTESS took her maiden voyage in August 1976 while her sister CUNARD PRINCESS followed along eight months later. The plans come from the collection of maritime historian William Flayhart who got them in the early 1980s while researching the book he co-authored with Captain Ronald Warwick, \"QE2\". The COUNTESS went to the scrappers in 2014 while the PRINCESS still plies the Mediterranean as the GOLDEN IRIS. \r\n\r\nVery good condition.\r\n"}

CUNARD COUNTESS/ PRINCESS<br>3 shipyard blueprints

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Cunard Line: Three original shipyard blueprints showing dimensions for the sisters CUNARD COUNTESS and CUNARD PRINCESS. The ships were built in the mid-1970s at the Burmeister & Wain's Shipyard in Copenhagen, Denmark. The plans show the shipyard name, a date of August 28, 1973, and the internal numbers for the ships, 858 (COUNTESS) and 859 (PRINCESS). Plan #1 unfolds to 29" by 41" and shows a "Opstalt" view (elevation), "Snit" (cutaway), "Hoveddaek" (Main Deck), and A Deck. Down the left side are four horizontal cutaways. Circled numbers are referenced in locations on the deck plans. Plan #2 also unfolds to 29" by 41" and shows B Deck, C Deck, "Mellemdaek" (Tween Deck), and the Tank Tops along with corresponding cutaways down the left. Plan #3 is slightly smaller at 24" by 33" and shows "Obs'n Daek (Observation Deck), "Soldaek" (Sun Deck), "Brodaerk" (Bridge Deck), and "Badedaek" (Boat Deck). There are no cutaways. While the blueprints do not show actual rooms, they do provide a good overview of each deck. Overseas National Airways had ordered the ships but sold them to Cunard while under construction. CUNARD COUNTESS took her maiden voyage in August 1976 while her sister CUNARD PRINCESS followed along eight months later. The plans come from the collection of maritime historian William Flayhart who got them in the early 1980s while researching the book he co-authored with Captain Ronald Warwick, "QE2". The COUNTESS went to the scrappers in 2014 while the PRINCESS still plies the Mediterranean as the GOLDEN IRIS. Very good condition.
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