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ORONSAY: 1951 - First & Tourist plans w/ photos

Product Description

P&O Line:  Two fold-out deck plans from 1965 for First and Tourist classes aboard the ORONSAY, the second ship in Orient Line's post-war rebuilding program. 

The First Class plan opens to 26" by 26" and shows seven decks.  Black and white photos cover the Tavern, Lounge, Ballroom, and Restaurant.  The Tourist plan opens to 18" by 26".  Six decks are shown along with photos of the Lounge, Library, and Restaurant.

The ship almost didn't survive until her maiden voyage - a fire broke out onboard at the fitting out basin and the vast quantities of water poured onto the ship almost capsized her.  Of all early post-war ships from Orient and P&O, the ORONSAY was the most familiar to the North American market.  In 1954, as an experiment, she was sent from Sydney to California.  The service was a success and the ship sailed it often during the late 1950s.  

Excellent condition.
$35.00
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