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HOMERIC: 1932<br>FINAL season '73

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Home Lines: A twenty-four page brochure for HOMERIC's 1973 cruise service out of New York, a service that abruptly ended when the ship caught fire.
 
Like most Home Lines brochure of the era, only a few pages cover dull destination stuff. The rest is full of color photography of the HOMERIC's mid-century modern Italian interiors with underlying hints of original 1930s Yankee decor from when she sailed as Matson's MARIPOSA. Plans show seven decks in detail.
 
It was during the June 30th fourteen-day cruise to the Caribbean when fire broke out. On July 1st, just one day out of New York, a galley blaze caused extensive damage and filled the ship with a smoke odor. The HOMERIC was able to return to New York to drop off her passengers, then sailed empty to Genoa for inspection. Home Lines decided it wasn't worth repairing a forty-one year old ship and she was sent to the breakers.
 
Mint condition.
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