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ORIENTAL ESMERALDA & CARNAVAL: 1949 - ATW 1973-74 brochures

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Orient Overseas Line:  A collection of four brochures relating to C.Y. Tung's around-the-world cruises out of San Francisco and Los Angeles in 1973 and 1974.  The ships were the ORIENTAL ESMERALDA and ORIENTAL CARNAVAL, purchased in 1968 from New Zealand Shipping where they had sailed as RANGITANE and RANGITOTO.  Tung had spruced up the interiors to take the ships from Tourist Class to First Class.  

The glossy twelve-page brochure from May 1973 provides color interior photos, separate deck plans for the sister ships, rates, schedules, and destination info.  Interesting to note that ORINETAL RIO has been crossed off the cover and it appears several pages from the removed from the back.  Soon after the brochure was printed, the former New Zealand Shipping RUAHINE went to the breakers. 

Fold-out brochures from early 1974 list revised fares and sailing schedules.  But the oil crisis and skyrocketing cost of fuel forced the lay-up of both sisters later in the year.  They went to the breakers in 1976.  

An undated flier promoted a Freighter Travel Club cruise on the ORIENTAL ESMERALDA in February 1975.  On back are deck plans.  I don’t think the cruise ever took place. 

Excellent condition.

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