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NITTA MARU: 1940 - Pre-maiden deck plan w/ interiors

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N.Y.K. Line: A fold-out (24" by 36") deck plan from February 1940 for the upcoming NITTA MARU. The handsome liner took her maiden voyage in July of that year.

Three classes are shown covering six decks on the plans. Around the perimeter are renderings including a Frank Mason portrait of the NITTA MARU. First Class illustrations show the Dining Saloon, Lounge, Smoking Room, and Swimming Pool. Views from Second Class include the Lounge, Dining Saloon, and Smoking Room. Third Class was a tight space crammed down on B Deck. Needless to say, no images are included.

The NITTA MARU's decor was a delightful Japanese take on Art Deco. Too bad passengers got to enjoy it for just over a year before the ship was yanked from service due to escalating tensions in the Pacific. In May 1943 all that splendor was ripped out, the superstructure cut off, and a flat bed welded on top of the hull. As the escort carrier CHUYO the former liner lasted only until December 1943 when an American sub sent her to the bottom.

Good condition with a little separation along the folds.

$150.00
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