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PRINSENDAM: 1974 - 11 pre-fire brochures

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Holland America Line: Eleven brochure relating to Holland America's deluxe little disaster ship of the 1970s, PRINSENDAM. The ship burned twice; once at the shipyard and once in distant seas. Holland America had planned to build several of these ships and place them in exotic ports world-wide. Passengers would fly in and sail away. Only one was built. The ship was all but ready when she caught fire in April 1973. Over the next six months the PRINSENDAM was completely rebuilt. A sixteen-page fold-out brochure from August 1973 introduces the ship and announces Indonesian voyages beginning in January 1974. A more thorough twenty-page full-size brochure from mid-1974 contains many pages of color interior photos. Also included are deck plans, route maps, and itineraries. A large fold-out from 1974/75 promotes fly/sail vacations. A brochure for 1975-1977 repeats much of the same material. Holland America's Westours division printed up sixteen-pagers for Indonesia & Pacific cruise tours in 1974-75 and again in 1975-76, plus Transpacific and Canadian Rockies guides for 1978. These brochures also contain sample cabin photos. More fly/cruise tour brochures are included for 1975, 1976, and 1977. In several brochures, HAL proudly pointed out, "...we created a one-of-a-kind ship ... a cruise ship that offers the latest in luxury and comfort, yet can navigate channels and waterways no other cruise ship has ever explored." Those nether regions included the stormy Gulf of Alaska where an engine room fire got out of control in October 1980. In one of the most difficult sea rescues in history, all passengers and crew were saved, but not before a lifeboat packed with survivors went missing for a day. Excellent condition.
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