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HIMALAYA: 1949 - One-class, full-ship deck plan from late 1960s/70s

Product Description
P&O:  A fold-out (25” by 30”), one-class deck plan from the late-1960s/early 1970s for the HIMALAYA.

The plan shows six decks and includes photos of the Drake Restaurant and the Everest Room.

The HIMALAYA was P&O's first new ship after WW2.  And what a beaut - at 28,000 tons she was the largest and at 23 knots the fastest.  She carried a large First Class with glossy wood interiors reminiscent of Cunard and a smaller Tourist aimed at immigrants.  But by the early 1960s she was out-classed by many newer ships.  In 1963 she was converted in a one-class immigrant ship, as reflected in these plans which show the entire ship from the stylish public rooms on Promenade Deck down to tiny cabins on E Deck.  The HIMALAYA sailed on into the 1970s and even gained a new followers as a cruise ship from Australia, but the oil crisis sent her to the breakers in 1974. 

Very good condition.
$18.50
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