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STAVANGERFJORD: 1918 - 3-class deck plan from 1950s

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Norwegian America Line:  A fold-out (24" by 36") deck plan from the 1950s for the grand dame of the seas, STAVANGERFJORD. 

First and Cabin classes fill one side with five decks shown in detail.  On the other side, four decks are shown for Tourist Class.  Also shown are several b&w photographs - a First Class stateroom; Cabin Class Dining Room, Social Hall, and a stateroom; plus two views of the Tourist Class Social Hall.  Larger images shows a "Koldtbord" buffet and an aerial of the ship departing New York.

Looking at this deck plan is little like peering back into time to an era when even First Class cabins had no facilities, public rooms were squeezed around large funnel casings, and the engine compartment jutted up into passenger space.  Still. the ship had a loyal following.  During WW2 the Germans used the ship as a troop depot and afterwards she was ready to go with just a coat of fresh paint.  In fact, the STAVANGERFJORD was the very first ship to resume regularly scheduled transatlantic service in August 1945.  The liner was kept in service into 1963 when she finally retired at the amazing ship age of 45. 

Excellent condition.
$25.00
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