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FLANDRE & ANTILLES - Deck plan for sisters that met fiery end

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French Line: A fold-out (23" by 25") deck plan from the 1960s for the FLANDRE and ANTILLES.

Eight decks are shown with two versions of Main, B, and C presented due to differences between the sisters. Color-coding divides up First, Cabin, and Tourist classes.

The FLANDRE was sold to Costa in 1968 and became the popular CARLA C. The ship was eventually destroyed by fire, a not uncommon fate for older Costa ships.

The ANTILLES famously hit an uncharted reef in 1971 and caught fire. In an early version of the COSTA CONCORDIA disaster, the captain was warned about the area but wanted to speed close to shore for the passengers' benefit. Fortunately, in this case, all passengers and crew were saved. Today the ship is a popular dive wreck.

Very good condition.

$18.50
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