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VULCANIA: 1928 - 3 class deck plan w/ interiors from 1963

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Italian Line:  Fold-out (18" by 24") deck plans covering both First and Tourist classes from 1962--near the end of the VULCANIA's very long career, at least her Italian Line career. 

Nine decks are shown in detail, covering First, Cabin, and Tourist classes.  I always enjoy glancing at Verandah Deck where thirty-seven cabins had private balconies, and this on a ship that took its maiden voyage in 1928.  After Italian Line released her in 1964, Siosa sailed the ship until 1974. 

There are seven b&w photos - First Class Ballroom, Dining Room and a stateroom; Cabin Class Dining Room and a cabin; and Tourist Class Dining Room and cabin, plus a profile of the ship at sea - that reflect changes made after a post-war retrofit.  A note about the First Class Dining Room.  In 1928 it was one of the most ornately decorated rooms afloat.  It was little changed by 1963.  The decor was right out of the Gilded Age, or perhaps the Roxy Theatre. 

Very good condition.

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