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FAIRSEA & FAIRWIND - "Sitmar Experience 1983"

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Sitmar Cruises: "The Sitmar Experience 1983", a forty-eight page brochure featuring a twilight cover photo of the FAIRSEA off a Mexican port. That ship and her sister FAIRWIND were dramatic rebuilds of Cunard's SYLVANIA and CARINTHIA.

While the vessels were a dud for Cunard, in Sitmar's hands they were golden. Destination info is heavily featured, but sprinkled throughout the brochure are more dramatic ship photos. A bird's eye view of the extensive stern lido decks shows just how much the ships were changed from storm-saviors to sun-seekers. Four sample cabin photos with lay-outs reveal not a trace of old-tyme British veneers. Six pages of color-coded plans show nine decks bearing little resemblance to the past. Princess took over these popular ships after a 1988 Sitmar buy-out. They sailed on until the mid-2000s.

Very good condition with light cover wear.
$18.50
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