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LURLINE: 1932 - 5 brochures from 1960s

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Matson Lines:  Five brochures from the 1960s relating to the famous LURLINE(s). 

Of special interest is a fold-out sailings and fares brochure for 1963 which includes LURLINE and MATSONIA, as well newer siblings MONTEREY and MARIPOSA.  Mid-way through the year Matson sold LURLINE to Chandris to become their ELLINIS.  Close sister MATSONIA was quickly renamed LURLINE to capitalize upon the popularity of the name.  Did anyone notice? 

A fold-out “Four-Island Winter Paradise Cruise” brochure from 1967 includes some ship pics as well as six sample cabin photos.  “The Grand Manner of Matson” and “What to Pack for Paradise” advise passengers on all the good things LURLINE had to offer.  Although it is unmentioned, a fold-out sailings and fares brochure for 1969 shows the last full year of LURLINE voyages for Matson.  In May 1970 the ship was sold to Chandris who liked the toughness of American-built Matson liners for their immigrant trade.  This LURLINE became the popular BRITANIS.  

Excellent condition.

 

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