Pacific Rails T.E.V. Princess
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This album presents images from a brochure, which is part of the authors private maritime collection and it reveals the Princess Patricias interiors, as well as her decks, etc, which had not changed since her refit into a cruise ship back in 1963. The only new addition was the installation of air-conditioning and a swimming pool which was added for what became the Princess Cruises charter in 1965.
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Here she is
A bar scene
on board the
The Bar and out on deck and the Draughts and Chess Board
Passengers enjoying a game of cards in the Card Room
Passengers enjoying a fine meal in the Restaurant
Like any good cruise ship there is always an excellent Midnight Buffet
A deluxe twin bedded Stateroom
Another popular game was always Shuffle Board
Table Tennis was just one more of the sports activities on board
Passengers on the top deck watching an arrival in another port
Deck Plan - This is a small version, a Large version can be viewed by clicking this LINK or the Plan below itself
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