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HINEMOA: 1946 - Large deck plan from maiden voyage year

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Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand - A large (23" by 35") deck plan dated August 1946 for the coastal steamer HINEMOA.

The company was able to secure the first license issued under U.K. war regulations for the building of a passenger liner. HINEMOA sailed from Vickers Armstrong Shipyard in December 1946 and took up her express coastal service in February 1947.

Four deck are shown in detail. In keeping with her coastal overnight service, accommodations ranged from bunk rooms to luxury suites, but mostly are small cabins. A Cafe and Smoke Room make up the public rooms.

HINEMOA served in coastal service for nineteen years until retirement in 1966. She was sold to the Hydro-Electric Commission of Tasmania for use as a floating power station as a drought had diminished reservoir levels. She went to the breakers in 1971.

Very good condition.
$35.00
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