The “J” Trio - MS Jugoslavija, Jadran and Jedinstvo – Deck Plans
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I trust that you have enjoyed reading about this fascinating trio of small Yugoslavian “J” Class Ships, which were all built by Brodigradiliste “Split” at Split in Jugoslavija. However, what has been missing so far is their Complete Deck Plans, and I am delighted to present two of these now, the first will be the second ship built the MS Jadran and she will be followed by the third ship, the fulltime cruise ship the slightly more luxurious One Class MS Jedinstvo.
It is important to note; that the plans shown on this page are reduced versions and in order full size version of the Deck Plan, just click on the Plan of your choice and a new page will open. Then click on the image that comes up and that image will enlarge to its full size!
Although I will be showing the 1957
built MS Jadran
Although I will be showing the 1957 built MS JadranDeck Plan below, but I wish to point out that she and her sister the MS Jugoslavija were identical in every respect, except for one thing. The Jadran was given a swimming pool on Promenade Deck aft, where as the Jugoslavija never received one. But apart from that the plan was identical! Only the MS Jedinstvo differed and will I have her plan online soon!
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MS Jedinstvo seen sailing at a very slow speed as she arrives in a port
The MS Jedinstvo Deck Plan will come online very soon!
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