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GRIPSHOLM: 1957 - Cruise that never happened

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Swedish American Line: Two colorful brochure printed in early 1975 promoting GRIPSHOLM's "Greek Islands, Mediterranean, Adriatic Sea Cruise". The voyage never happened. The GRIPSHOLM was scheduled to depart New York on August 26 for a forty-three day, twenty-one port Mediterranean cruise. The sixteen page brochure is filled with destination info, route maps, rates, interior photos, and an aerial of the handsome ship. In the back are detailed plans of seven decks. The three-panel companion fold-out includes rates and itineraries. But on August 26 the ship was still moored in New York. On the 28th the GRIPSHOLM did sail, but without passengers and with a destination of lay-up in Sweden. In 1975 she went to Karageorgis Lines to become NAVARINO. In the 1980s and 90s she sailed for Regency as the REGENT SEA. A 2001 voyage to the breakers was interrupted from a pirate attack and later ended when the former Swedish American flagship sank in heavy seas off South Africa. Excellent condition.
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