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STOCKHOLM: 1948 - "Viking Line Economy Cruise" w/ plans from 1958

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Swedish American Line: A fold-out (22" by 27") brochure for a "Viking Lane Economy Cruise to Northern Europe" in August 1958 for the STOCKHOLM.

The brochure shows destination photos, a route map, rates, and photos showing the Dining Room, Lounge, a cabin, and the indoor Swimming Pool.

Fully open, detailed plans of seven decks are shown. A portrait with decks marked off shows the STOCKHOLM's stubby lines and raked, ice-strengthened bow.


The STOCKHOLM was always the odd-man-out for SAL - a combo ship in a fleet of luxury liners. She also became very unpopular after ramming the ANDREA DORIA. SAL kept her mainly on cheapie cruising such as this - a month cruising Northern Europe or the Mediterranean starting at a miserly 7-Benjamins.

The STOCKHOLM sailed on cheapie cruises and transatlantic until late 1959 when Swedish American Line ditched her to the East Germans who sailed her for decades as a trade union cruise ship.

Good condition with some separate at the folds.
$45.00
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