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With Reuben Goossens

Maritime Historian, Cruise‘n’Ship Reviewer, Author & Lecturer

Please Note: All ssmaritime and my other related ssmaritime sites are 100% non-commercial and privately owned sites. Be assured that I am NOT associated with any cruise or shipping companies or travel/cruise agencies or any other organisations! The author has been in the passenger shipping industry since May 1960 and is now semi-retired, but continues to write article on classic liners and cruise ships in order to better to inform cruise and ship enthusiasts for their pleasure!

 Part Five 

T/S Flavia Deck & Cabin Plan


A wonderful aerial photograph of the T/S Flavia

On this page you will discover two different Deck Plans; Number One is the original Cogedar Line T/S Flavia Deck Plan as built. Later she had a considerable refit when Costa Line first obtained her on a long-term charter and then purchased her outright and used her as a full time cruise ship, thus Number Two is the Costa Line T.S. Flavia Deck Plan. You will note that the lounges had considerable changes as well as removing a good number of cabins.

1. Cogedar - T/S Flavia Plan



2. Costa Line - T.S. Flavia Plan





RMS Media & the RMS Parthia, Remuera & Aramac - INDEX:

Part One: RMS Media & Parthia and the ship that would become the Cogedar liner, T/S Flavia.


Part One - B: RMS Parthia. This is a completely separate but related feature that covers the RMS Parthia that became the SS Remuera and later the SS Aramac.

Part One - C: SS Remuera Malcolm Walker sails on Remuera’s final voyage to the UK, before she became the Australia ship SS Aramac.

Cogedar’s SS Flavia

Part Two: T/S Flavia - History Page

Part Three: The Author’s Voyage in 1965 & Photo Album

Part Four: Passenger Photographs & Menus

Part Five: Cabin Plan

Part Six: Original Brochure


Other Cogedar Ships featured on ssMaritime:

1: MS Flaminia

2: MS Aurelia



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