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EMPRESS OF CANADA: 1961 - Tissue deck plan

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Canadian Pacific: A fold-out (34" by 34") tissue deck plan issued in 1968 for the EMPRESS OF CANADA.

Nine decks are shown in detail.  In a nod towards post-war British austerity, most cabins are small and in some places jammed eight abreast.  Very few have private baths, certainly an issue that hurt Canadian Pacific when marketing cruises towards shared-bathroom-shy Yanks.

The EMPRESS OF CANADA closed out CP's transatlantic service and became Carnival's MARDI GRAS, making her one of the most influential ships of the 20th century.

Excellent condition.

$25.00
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