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All photographs on this page of the ms Nelly and the Seven Seas were originally issued by the respective shipping companies as postcards, or have lifted from a brochure, or from the author's private collection.
The Nelly’s stern clearly showing her C3 class heritage
A painting of the Seven Seas after having been renamed from the Nely
From the Holland America archives
Seven Seas about to set sail
Seven Seas seen in
--Brochure describing Seven Seas facilities
1957 Trans Atlantic Fares & Schedule--
Seven Seas at sea
Left: Games & Library – Right: The Writing room
Left: Dinning Room – Right: A two Berth Cabin
Seven Seas Index:
Page One - Seven Seas Main History Page.
Page Two- Ships Main Photo Album.
Page Three- The Maat Families Atlantic crossing.
Page Four- Frans Mast sails in 1957 to
- Arthur Lukach
& friends sails to and from
Liners sailing to the distant shores.
I watched them come, I watched them go and I watched them die.”
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