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PRINCESS PATRICIA: 1949 - Alaska cruises late 1970s

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Canadian Pacific Line:  A twenty-page brochure for the PRINCESS PATRICIA'S late 1970s Alaska service.  The ship was launched after WW2 to service the "triangle route" - Vancouver-Victoria-Seattle.  In 1959 she was converted for Alaskan cruise service.

Inside there are several color interior photos showing off handsome veneered interiors that, frankly, look like fire-traps.  Color-coded plans show 4 decks.  There are also rates, itineraries, and a route map showing her sailing from Vancouver to Skagway.

An interesting historical note - in the mid-1960s a Seattle entrepreneur saw great promise in cruises from Los Angeles to Acapulco.  He leased the winter-idled PRINCESS PATRICIA for two seasons in 1965 and 1966.  The service was a hit, and a new company was founded.  He named the venture after this veteran liner - Princess Cruise Line.  The PRINCESS PAT continued sailing until the mid-1980s.

Very good condition.

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