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On this page I am please to present first the MV Cunard Adventurer Deck Plan, which will be followed by the Deck Plan of her earlier, but tragic sister that caught fire so early in her career, the MV Cunard Ambassador.

You will note that although in general their interior layout was almost identical, except for the following differences. Forward of the Main Lounge on board the Ambassador there were many staterooms, whist on the Adventurer, there were none. However, far forward on the lowest deck on board the Adventurer there were a few additional staterooms, these being the main differences. Although as you will soon discover, decks had different names on each ship and public venues had their own names on each ship, in order to keep their identity. However, the décor in all public venues as well as in cabins were very much identical, which was done for uniformity!

Here we see a beautiful model created prior to the building of the ships, it sits on beautiful mahogany timber

*Photograph part of the Author’s private collection




Cunard Adventurer - Ambassador - INDEX


Page One: MS Cunard Ambassador

Including an Introduction of both ships!


Page Two: MS Cunard Adventurer

Including her next stage the: NCL’s MS Sunward II


Page Three: Photo Page

Exclusive images and photographs covering the Cunard Adventurer & Ambassador


Page Four: MTS Triton & MV Coral

Operated by: Epirotiki Lines & Lois Cruises 




Deck Plan 1: Deck Plans

MS Cunard Adventurer & Ambassador


Deck Plan 2: Deck Plan

MTS Triton


Deck Plan 3: Deck Plan

MV Coral



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