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RUYS, TEGELBERG & BOISSEVAIN - Deck plan from 1950s

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Royal Interocean Lines:  A fold-out (16" by 32") deck plan from the 1950s for the sister ships RUYS, TEGELBERG, and BOISSEVAIN.

Side one opens to a four-panel ship photo shot in an exotic port.  These ships display handsome combo ship lines with a gracefully-curved superstructure and plenty of cargo space fore and aft.  A five-panel route map shows that a Kobe to Buenos Aires route via Cape Town ensured that the ships never returned home to Holland.  

The flip side shows the First and Intermediate class areas on four decks.  First Class is spacious with airy cabins, large public rooms, and an outdoor pool.  Intermediate Class was squeezed into the stern with dormitory accommodations.  Not shown is steerage where up to 500 passengers were housed.  The ships sailed until the late 1960s and then were broken up. 

Excellent condition.
$25.00
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