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NIEUW AMSTERDAM: 1938 - First & Tourist plans after big 1961 rehab

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Holland America Line: Two decks, First and Tourist classes, printed in mid-1962 for the NIEUW AMSTERDAM.

In August of 1961 the NIEUW AMSTERDAM was sent back to her builders for a major retrofit which eliminated Cabin and Third classes and combined them into a big Tourist Class. When she emerged in mid-January of 1962 she was now compatible with her new running mate, ROTTERDAM.

These two plans show the revised lay-out. Each has twelve pages with detailed plans and b&w photos showing off the stylish interiors that look nicely updated from their 1930s origins. Each also has a large portrait of the "Dutch Dreamboat".

The NIEUW AMSTERDAM would sail another 12 years before old age forced her retirement.

Excellent condition.

$25.00
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