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REINA DEL PACIFICO: 1931 - First & Cabin deck plan from 1948

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Pacific Steam Navigation: A fold-out (26" by 30") deck plan covering First and Cabin class on the REINA DEL PACIFICO.

The plan is dated February 1948. Seven decks are shown in detail. The ship was reentering civilian service after post-war rehab, an entry that was delayed when an engine room explosion during trials killed twenty-nine people.

The REINA DEL PACIFICO was heralded as the most luxurious ships on the South American run after her 1931 maiden voyage. It is easy to see why. Most First Class accommodations are called "State Cabins". These roomy cabins had sitting areas, private baths, and often changing rooms. Public rooms were decorated in Colonial Spanish style so beloved by wealthy South Americans. There was a spacious "American Bar" which apparently meant that patrons could sit on stools along the bar. Right next door was a "Cocktail Lounge" for those who enjoyed the British style of sitting at a table and being served.

Good condition with a little separation along the folds.
$45.00
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