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HAMBURG: 1969 - "The Space Ship" intro brochure w/ color interiors -

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German Atlantic Line: "Introducing the Space Ship" - here is the HAMBURG is all her original splendor, from the gorgeous cover photo to many color photos of her original interiors.

The sixteen-page brochure is just about the ship (no boring destination stuff) and an added bonus is a two page cut-away in the back. Lots of wood veneer (although for safety reason I think it was all laminates), nicely outfitted cabins in shades of green , black and orange, and maroon. The public rooms were very Italian in design.

Only a few years after her maiden voyage the ship was renamed HANSEATIC after a beloved earlier ship. In 1974 she was sold to the Soviets and renamed MAXIM GORKIY. The ship was marketed to Germans through Phoenix Reisen. The ship was recently broken up at Alang and there is a very sad photo showing that iconic tripod funnel upside-down in the mud.

Very good condition.

$25.00
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