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MOLEDET: 1961 - Cruise brochure w/ color interiors & deck plans

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Zim Lines: A fold-out (18" by 23") brochure in Italian for the MOLEDET, a Mediterranean liner that Zim also promoted for cruises. The ship was built in France and the photos show her interiors to be simple but with a dash of French style.

There are color pictures of two cabins, the dining room, three of the lounge, and several of the pool/deck area. The plans show six decks with most cabins without private facilities. Down on Theatre Deck was a cinema and synagogue. No date on this brochure but I would guesstimate mid to late 1960s.

The ship was popular but suffered from frequent break-downs. In 1970 Zim sold MOLEDET to Epirotiki who renamed her JUPITER.

Very good condition with red pen marks on the cover.

$18.50
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