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VOLKERFREUNDSCHAFT: 1948 - Cruise brochure w/ plans from 1970

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Stena Line - A rare, fold-out (16" by 23") brochure in Swedish for the East German-owned VOLKERFREUNDSCHAFT. The liner is known to most of us as Swedish American Line's knife-edge bow STOCKHOLM of disaster ship fame.

The brochure promotes a cruise from Copenhagen to the Canary Islands in October 1970. There are several b&w interior photos and plans covering seven decks. The text mentions STOCKHOLM, perhaps to attract Swedes reminiscing about the old days.

Ironically for a liner once dubbed "the Death Ship", the ex-STOCKHOLM is currently the oldest liner still in operation. She has cruised for the past decade as ASTORIA. But with the cruise industry reeling from the pandemic, word among the docks is that she is soon heading to the breakers.

Very good condition.

$45.00
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