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PRINSES MARGRIET: 1961 - Early deck plan

Product Description
Oranje Line:  A fold-out (17" by 25") deck plan from the early 1960s for the new combo liner PRINSES MARGRIET.

Five decks are shown in detail along with a starboard profile showing deck location.

When the St. Lawrence Seaway opened in 1959, Netherland's Oranje Line decided to offer passenger service from Rotterdam through the Seaway and into the Great Lakes with a terminus, of all places, in Duluth, Minnesota.  They built the combo liner PRINSES MARGRIET and a sister PRINSES IRENE for this odd-ball service.  To the surprise of few, transatlantic service to Duluth did not catch on and within a few years Oranje Line dropped it.  Holland America took over the PRINSES MARGRIET and used in for a short time in New York service and cruising.  The ship was sold to the phosphate-rich Pacific island of Nauru where she was used on cruise service out of San Francisco.  She eventually fell in disrepair and was scrapped.

Very good condition.

$18.50
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