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IBERIA: 1954 - First & Tourist deck plan set from late 1960s

Product Description
P&O-Orient Line:  A set of First and Tourist class deck plans from the late-1960s/early-1970s for the IBERIA.

On the First Class plan (22" by 26") six decks are shown, from the Observation Lounge on Boat Deck down to the Restaurant on D Deck.  Black & white photos show off modestly modern interiors - Ballroom, Restaurant, and Drawing Room, plus a profile of the ship.  The Tourist Class plan (22" by 26") also shows 6 decks, from the outdoor pool on Promenade Deck down to tightly packed little cabins on F Deck.  Besides the obligatory profile view, three b&w photos are included - Restaurant, Smoking Room, and Verandah Cafe. 

Although her sister ARCAIDA was a beloved P&O ship, the IBERIA never gained the same following.  She also had stability problems and in the late-1960s mechanical gremlins began cropping up.  When it was time to thin the massive P&O fleet, the IBERIA was one of the first to go in 1972. 

Excellent condition.
$35.00
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