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You can easily make out the two-class divisions, although in this plan the ship is described all First-Class. There are six large Lanai Suites amidships on B Deck, while on C Deck Lanai Cabins fill much of the deck. Passengers down on E Deck squeezed into little cabins and the facilities were at the stern, directly over the propellers, where the vibration would set the toilet bowl water into little tsunamis. \u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cspan data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eOf the pre-war quartet of Matson liners that once plied the Pacific, the LURLINE was the only one restored right after the war. The MATSONIA (ex-MALOLO) operated for a year before a sale to Home Lines. MONTEREY and MARIPOSA were laid-up because of the excessive restoration costs. 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LURLINE: 1933 - Post-war deck plan from March 1950

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Matson Lines: A fold-out (26" by 28" ) deck plan for the LURLINE from March 1950.

LURLINE sailed on her post-war maiden voyage in April of 1948, and her arrival in Honolulu after 9 years absence was heralded as one of the greatest events in Hawaii's history.

This plan shows six decks. You can easily make out the two-class divisions, although in this plan the ship is described all First-Class. There are six large Lanai Suites amidships on B Deck, while on C Deck Lanai Cabins fill much of the deck. Passengers down on E Deck squeezed into little cabins and the facilities were at the stern, directly over the propellers, where the vibration would set the toilet bowl water into little tsunamis.

Of the pre-war quartet of Matson liners that once plied the Pacific, the LURLINE was the only one restored right after the war. The MATSONIA (ex-MALOLO) operated for a year before a sale to Home Lines. MONTEREY and MARIPOSA were laid-up because of the excessive restoration costs. The MONTEREY eventually was rebuilt as the MATSONIA and rejoined the fleet in 1956.

Very good condition.

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