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OSLOFJORD: 1949 - First & Tourist deck plan from 1949

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Norwegian America Line:  From 1949, a twelve-page deck plan showing the new OSLOFJORD. 

Six decks are shown covering both First and Tourist classes.  In the margins are renderings of public rooms, or in the case of cabins, photos of shipyard mock-ups.  “Here at last is the perfect choice for the perfect trip to Europe,” promises the intro.  “This comfortable, ultra-modern motorship is Norway’s newest, largest and finest luxury liner.” 

The ship was known for her low-key elegance. Laurence Dunn has written that her best accommodations were on the Sun Deck.  Indeed, the large S-26 suite looked like just the place for a transatlantic journey.  The ship replaced the pre-war OSLOFJORD that sunk at age two.  This ship also sank, although at a much older age of 21, when an engine room fire at sea caused her to burn and sink. 

 Very good condition.

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