Sitmar Line - TSS Fairsky (2) 1957-1977

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The Sitmar Ships

Part Four

SS Fairsky Deck Plan

 

The Fairsky always looked just wonderful, considering she was built as a C-3 Class freighter and then a wartime Escort Aircraft carrier

There are two Deck Plans presented on this page, the first is dated 1958 and thus it is the Fairsky as built. The second Plan is based from the 1970s and although it is very similar but now she had become mostly a cruise ship and by 1974, she became a popular full time cruise ship based in Sydney. You will not that the most notable change was the change to the starboard side of Dining Room C that had became the ships cinema. In addition she had been greatly refreshed and looked more like a cruise ship and she was better that successful and the reason that the Fairstar would take over an continue the great Sitmar name in Australia!

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1958 Deck Plan

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Above is the very first edition of the plan, and below it is the one issued close to the 1970’s. Itrust these plans will hel you find your room thus assit in reliving a few memories of your days spent on the Sitmar liner, or cruise ship the Fairsky!

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1970s Deck Plan

 

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A superb stern view of the TSS Fairsky in the 1970s at the then wonderful Overseas Passenger Terminal, which is sadly no more

Today the Cruise terminal has been moved to the other side of the city and the terminal is shocking and you have to pat a bus fare to get to town!

I was on a cruise on the Fairsky and berthed here at the OPT and just walked into town!

 

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The Fairsky INDEX:

TSS Fairsky - Built as a C3 class freighter - the History Page.

TSS Fairsky - Contains two Deck Plans 1958 & 1970s - This Page.

TSS Fairsky - Piet Mulder sails on SS Fairsky.

TSS Fairsky - Fairsky wrecked near Djakarta - The Pamela Hansen story.

Or Return to: The Sitmar Ships - INDEX - For all the Other Sitmar Ships!

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