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WESTERDAM: 1946 - Deck plan & interiors of survivor ship

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Holland America Line: A fold-out, eight-page deck plan dated December 1961.

The plan shows the five decks of passenger areas aboard this one-class combo liner.

Besides a big b&w portrait of the handsome WESTERDAM, there are interior views of the Lounge, Promenade, Bar, Verandah, Smoking Room, Library, Dining Room, and a cabin. The accommodations look as nice as that on the NIEUW AMSTERDAM.

It was a miracle that the WESTERDAM was sailing in 1961. The ship was under construction when WW2 started and captured when the Germans invaded the Netherlands. In 1943, British bombing dislodged a chunk of concrete that holed the ship and sent her to the bottom at dockside. The Germans raised the ship, only to have the Dutch Resistance sink the ship to prevent it from being used as a blockade vessel. The Germans raised her yet again, only to have the Dutch Resistance sink her again. Finally, right after the war ended, the WESTERDAM was raised and sent to her builders to be completed. Her maiden voyage was in June, 1946 and she was the first HAL ship to return to commercial service. The WESTERDAM sailed until 1965.

Very good condition.

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