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DELBRASIL, DELORLEANS & DELTARGENTINO - 1940 intro brochure

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Delta Line:  An intro brochure and sailing guide from 1940 for the upcoming DELBRASIL Class, sleek C-3 P combo liners.

 The six-panel brochure opens to reveal color-coded plans showing four decks. Sixty passengers could be carried in spacious outside staterooms.  Also included are rates and an artist’s impression of the ships.  Of special interest is the sailing schedule.  It begins with DELBRASIL sailing from New Orleans on August 16, 1940.  The ship had already been in service for two months.  DELORLEANS joined the fleet on September 5 while DELTARGENTINO began in November.  The schedule continues through July 1941 but by then both of the newer ships had been taken over by the Navy for troopship duties.  DELBRASIL remained in commercial service until being drafted in 1943. 

After the war none of the trio returned to Delta Line.  DELBRASIL and DELTARGENTINO instead went to Farrell Lines while DELORLEANS went into long lay-up before reemerging in 1971 as California Maritime Academy’s training ship GOLDEN BEAR. 

Very good condition.

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