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MATSONIA: 1932 - Plan from right after 1956 rehab

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Matson Lines: A fold-out (27" by 27" ) tissue deck plan for the MATSONIA.

Dated July 1956, the former MONTEREY was undergoing a rehab after a lengthy post-war lay-up. She wouldn't take her first voyage until a year later.

Six decks are shown. Gone are any remnants of the pre-war two classes, including the awkward bow-mounted First Class pool. The ship was now all First Class with a proper stern mounted pool with an adjacent "Marine Veranda".

I've seen photos of the ship being towed to the shipyard in 1956. The worn and rusty heap looked more like a candidate for the scrappers than a retrofit. Yet the final product was so successful that when Matson downsized to one Hawaii-service ship in the early 1960s, the MATSONIA stayed and the LURLINE left. Renamed LURLINE, the ship sailed until a 1970 sale to Chandris. There was began yet another career, this time as the popular BRITANIS. 

Very good condition.

$18.50
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