Accommodation Plan - Chandris Lines, RHMS Queen Frederica, 1968 Reg. No: HT 14833
- Folded accommodation and berthing plan for Chandris Lines, RHMS Queen Frederica. There plans feature a photographic image of the ship in blue and show the floor plans of the different decks of the ship. They also note that the ship was fully Air Conditioned.
Built in 1926 as the Malolo for the American Matson Line, with accommodation for 693 first class passengers, she was renamed the Matsonia in 1937 and sailed the San Francisco to Honolulu route until requisitioned to use as a troopship from 1941 to 1946. Sold to the Panamanian Home Line and renamed Atlantic in 1949 she sailed various routes until 1955 when she was sold to the Greek National Hellenic American Line, refitted to accommodate 190 first class, 250 cabin class and 800tourist class passengers, and renamed Queen Frederica. In January 1956 she was altered to carry first and tourist class passengers only, and in November that year was sold to Chandris Lines where she sailed various routes. She was sold again in 1971 and was used as a cruise ship until gutted by fire in 1978.
- Folded plan printed on white stock in dark blue lettering & lining. Features photographic image of the ship in blue and floor plans of the different decks of the ship.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from Mr Paul Carman, 2006
|Tagged with:||immigration, pamphlets, shipping, shipping lines, ship memorabilia, shipping industry, ships, plan drawings, accommodation|
|Themes this item is part of:||Migration Collection, Transport Collection|
|Primary Classification:||WATER TRANSPORT|
|Secondary Classification:||Shipping Lines|
|Tertiary Classification:||promotional materials|
|Inscriptions:||Printed on front page in blue: "CHANDRIS LINES / R.H.M.S. "QUEEN FREDERICA" / BERTHING PLAN"
Printed next page: "R.H.M.S. "QUEEN FREDERICA" / ONE CLASS SHIP / 22,500 TonS dIS. Fully air Conditioned
|User:||Chandris Line Ltd., London, England, Great Britain, 1964|
|Ship Depicted:||National Hellenic American Line Transatlantic Passenger Service, 1964|