Flotta Lauro Lines: TN Sydney & Roma - C3 cargo ships rebuilt into passenger liners in 1950 & 1951
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Flotta Lauro Lines
T/N Sydney & Roma
First Class Photo Album
A rare postcard of SS Sydney
Author’s private collection
All photographs below are from a brochure from the author’s private collection
SS Roma & Sydney featured an Atrium, which was rare in those days
Later as the Caribia 1 (ex Roma, Sydney) the “Varandah Bar,” became simply “The Bar”
Dinning Room (What a horrid colour scheme)
A dedicated double cabin was rare in those days
TN Sydney & Roma INDEX:
… TN Sydney & Roma history page.
… First Class photo album.
… Tourist Class Photo album.
… Deck Plans.
… A Voyage description -
… Mr. Uma Shankar Jaiswal sails from
Also Read about the larger
ex Dutch liners MS Willem Ruys & MS Oranje that became ...
Also Read about the larger ex Dutch liners MS Willem Ruys & MS Oranje that became ...
The became Flotta Lauro’s ... &
Water Liners sailing to the distant shores.
I watched them come, I watched them go and I watched them die.”
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