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Various Ships - 6 ex-German combo liners for Orient Overseas Line

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Orient Overseas Line:  A fold-out interiors brochure with deck plans for six former German combo liners.

These ships were built in the early 1950s when loosening Allied restrictions allowed Germany to reenter the merchant marine.  In the mid-1960s they were replaced with an updated fleet and sold off.    C.Y. Tung added them to his globe-trotting fleet.  North German Lloyd sold the BAYERNSTEIN (ORIENTAL LADY), HESSENSTEIN (ORIENTAL MUSICIAN), and SCHWABENSTEIN (ORIENTAL WARRIOR) while Hamburg American contributed the FRANKFURT (ORIENTAL HERO), HANNOVER (ORIENTAL INVENTOR), and HAMBURG (ORIENTAL RULER). 

The brochure features twelve color photos showing a European mid-century modern look spiced up with Chinese gilt.  Photos include the Bar, Veranda Cafe, Dining Salon. Lounge, Main Foyer, Library, Main Stairway, Nursery, and three different cabins.   Each ship carried eighty-six passengers with accommodations spread over four decks.  It looks like a comfy way to sail the high seas.  No date but from the late 1960s. 

The ORIENTAL WARRIOR which was destroyed by fire off the Florida coast in 1972.  By the mid-1970s the remainder of the ships were downgraded to cargo only and by 1979 they were all scrapped. 

Excellent condition.
$18.50
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