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Various: pre-war<br>1912 fleet deck plans

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Holland America Line: From way back in January 1914, a thirty-two page fleet booklet for Holland America featuring First Class deck plans and rates. On the cover of the brochure is a portrait of upcoming flagship STATENDAM. This ill-fated vessel was taken over in the yard by the British government at the start of WW1. She was finished off as troopship JUSTICIA in 1917 and sailed all of a year before being sunk. Inside are plans of six decks for ROTTERDAM (1908) along with associated cabin rates in dollars. Four decks are shown for the NIEUW AMSTERDAM (I) of 1906. Although only two years older, her deck layout looks years distant. Next up are the RYNDAM (I) and NOORDAM (I) from 1901 and 1902 respectively. Three decks are covered. Finally, POTSDAM (I) of 1900 also gets three decks' worth of plans. In 1901 her funnel was lengthened to thirty-six feet to improve draft for the boilers. Dockside wags nicknamed her FUNNELDAM. Good condition with light wear.
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