Moore-McCormack SS Brasil

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SS Brasil & Argentina

Deck Plan

 

 

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These plans are of these ships after having had their 1963 multi million rebuilding program, which was undertaken between March and June of that year. Two new decks were added atop of the ships and they were named Sun and the Navigation Decks. These contained new accommodations for 163 passengers as well as a new observation lounge on Sun Deck. In several of the other public areas were enlarged

 This deck plan was kindly forwarded to me by Sven Larsen

This feature on an excellent ship is continued over the next four pages. I trust that you enjoy this feature, especially if you have sailed on the SS Brasil or the SS Argentina!

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SS Brasil & Argentina to SS Universe Explorer INDEX:

Page One: SS Brasil & Argentine’s history.

Page Two: SS Brasil & Argentina’s Deck Plan.

Page Three: SS Volendam to Enchanted Seas.

Page Four: SS Universe Explorer / Universe.

Page Five: SS Universe Explorer Deck Plan.

 

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