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LEONARDO DA VINCI: 1960 - Deck plan from 1970 w/ interior photos

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Italian Line:  The graceful LEONARDO DA VINCI was the zenith of Italian Line design that began a decade earlier with the GIULIO CESARE of 1951.  Here is a a fold-out (25" by 27") deck plan from 1970 that showcases the ship.

Italian Line plans of the late 1960s are real gems.  They are printed on thick stock and are highly detailed, showing all the little nooks and crannies that make exploring them so fun.  All three classes are shown with color-coding and photos.  Views from First Class show the Ballroom, Children's Playroom, Theatre, Dining Room, and Pool Verandah.  Cabin Class pics include the Dining Room, Pool Verandah, and Ballroom.  Tourist Class photos cover the Dining Room, Ballroom, and Children's Playroom.  Ten decks are shown, from the outdoor sports area on Belvedere Deck down to the cramped confines of C Deck where cheapie cabins were jammed in seven abreast.  A starboard profile photo shows the ship in the all-white livery she gained in 1965.

The LEONARDO DA VINCI was the liner that closed out the Italian Line service in the late 1970s.  Perhaps she could have been used again for cruising in the resurgent market of the 80s, but while at lay-up in 1980 a fire ravaged her for four days.  In the end the graceful LEO was just a burnt out hulk.

Very good condition.
$18.50
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