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VEENDAM: 1923 - First & Tourist deck plan, circa 1947

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Holland America Line: A fold-out (27" by 38") tissue plan showing First and Tourist classes onboard the VEENDAM, HAL's transatlantic liner of 1923. Although undated, I believe the plan is from 1947 when the ship returned to commercial service.

The plan shows five decks, from the First Class public rooms on Promenade down to the cramped little cabins of Tourist on D Deck.

The VEENDAM survived ups and downs over her thirty-year career. All the cabins and public rooms up to B Deck were submerged when the ship sank at her Hoboken pier in 1928. At the tail end of WW2 the ship burned and sank again when the Allies bombed Hamburg where the Germans were using the VEENDAM as an accommodation ship. But since tonnage was in short supply after the devastating war, Holland America raised and rebuilt the wreck for postwar use. She sailed until 1953. Her sister VOLENDAM was deemed too decrepit to be repaired after the war.

Good condition with light wear and discoloration.
$65.00
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