Flotta Lauro MS Angelina Lauro 1964/65 - Photo Album
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Please Note: All photographs on this page have been lifted from a Flotta Lauro brochure from my private collection. This brochure was issued in the mid sixties when she was still a two-class liner. In addition several images have been lifted from a later brochure that I have of the ship during her early cruising days. I trust that you will enjoy going down memory lane of this fine liner and cruiser ship that received a bright new modern interior. Flotta Lauro stated in this brochure that she was … “A masterpiece of modern interior design” and she certainly was, and I mean, both her interiors and her sleek exterior!
The front cover features that stunning funnel
As we open up, this is the inside of the cover
The luxurious Main Lounge and Ballroom
The Dinning Room
The Swimming Pool that had a unique Night Club with a glass sliding roof
The Lobby and Pursers Office
Top: The spacious aft Decks and the pools
Bottom: A fully glass enclosed & air-conditioned Promenade Deck was very popular
Left: Outside Twin bedded cabin - Right: The lounge of one of the luxury Suites
Top Left: The library – Top Right: Card Room
Bottom Left: The Gym – Bottom Right: Cinema/Theatre
Top Left: Children’s Play Room & Nursery – Top Right: Chapel
Bottom Left: Engine control room – Bottom Right: Media & Television control room
A delightful Main Lounge and Bar
The beautifully timbered Tavern
Left: Outside Double-bedded cabin – Right: Inside Two berth cabin
Click Here to see a large MS Angelina Lauro Interiors Poster
Angelina Lauro the Cruise Ship
The following photographs are from a Flotta Lauro brochure of the cruise ship Angelina Lauro. Although she retained her original funnel markings, she was marketed by Costa Lines who later chartered her outright and gave her the traditional Costa funnel, yellow with a large blue C for Costa.
Angelina Lauro in a tranquil port
Southern Cross Restaurant
Buffet out on deck
The far Aft Pool
Trap shooting was a popular pastime at sea
A shimmering beauty!
Below at the INDEX go to Page Four
Angelina Lauro under charter to Costa Lines, featuring her new funnel markings
Page One: The Oranje Story
From shipyard, Wartime until her sale to
Page One b: MS Oranje The Walter von Stockhausen Story - “From Stowaway to Naval Cadet.”
Page Two: The Angelina Lauro Story Transformation into an modern Italian liner.
Page Three: Angelina Lauro Photo Page
Page Four: Angelina Lauro’s demise A Tragic Day on March 30, 1979.
Page Five: Angelina Lauro Deck Plan
Page Six: MS Orange Passenger list of her very first voyage/cruise 4 Aug 1939 Provided by
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