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MS Angelina Lauro
This deck plan is relates to her latter
days whist a one class cruise ship under charter to Costa Lines.
And it comes out from a brochure that is part of the author’s private
This deck plan is relates to her latter days whist a one class cruise ship under charter to Costa Lines. And it comes out from a brochure that is part of the author’s private collection!
Below at the INDEX go to Page Six
Visit our Main Index for features on other Dutch liners, such as the MS Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, Sibajak, Willem Ruys (Achille Lauro), the TSS Rijndam and her sister the TSS Maasdam, as well as the then Flagship of Holland America Line, the grand SS Rotterdam and the magnificent SS Nieuw Amsterdam, as well as the three simple migrant ships; the SS Waterman, Groote Beer and Zuiderkruis, as well as the famous small, but the “Elegant White Yachts” of Royal Interocean Lines as well as a number of other excellent Dutch Passenger/Cargo ships. All of these can be found on my ssMaritime Main Index below.
Page One: The Oranje Story
Page Two: The Angelina Lauro Story
Page Three: Angelina Lauro Photo Page
Page Four: Angelina Lauro’s demise
Page Five: Angelina Lauro Deck Plan
Page Six: MS Orange – Passenger list of her very first voyage/cruise 4 Aug 1939
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