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QUEEN FREDERICA: 1927 - Deluxe intro brochure from 1954

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National Hellenic American Line:  A beautiful prestige brochure from around the time the ship was introduced as the QUEEN FREDERICA in late 1954.

The ship was designed by William Francis Gibbs and built in the 1920s as Matson Line's famed MALOLO.  After WW2 Home Lines bought the ship and restored her as ATLANTIC.  When they formed a new subsidiary, National Hellenic American Line, they transferred the ship and renamed her.

This brochure is printed on textured stock that feels wonderful to the touch.  There are twenty-four pages with a mixture of color sketches of impossibly lithe couples languidly poising in public rooms, and color photographs of her interiors.  The brochure starts off with a fold-out page featuring the official portrait of the ship plus little deck plans showing seven color-coded decks.  Over the next several pages, sketches and photos show First Class areas such as the Promenade Deck, Sun Deck tennis courts, Lido swimming pool, Bar, Dining Room, Lounge, Chapel, and a couple of large cabins with sample floor plans.  Cabin Class is allocated two pages with photos of a cabin, the Dining Room, Lounge, and Bar.  Tourist Class gets three pages with photos of the Bar, Lounge, Promenade, Dining Room, and several bright cabins.  The final photo shows Home Line's HOMERIC passing at sea.  The ex-MALOLO was so well built that she sailed successfully right up to 1973 before being laid-up.

Very good condition.

$75.00
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