Sitmar Line - MS Fairsea 1949 to 1969

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The Sitmar Ships

Part Three

MS Fairsea

 The Photo Album

 

Fairsea seen in her latter years

  

Looking aft towards the Main Lounge below, original first class Dinning Room and the Bridge

Photo taken & Roelf Shrick

 

Main Lounge (Promenade forward)

 

Lounge & Bar - Boat deck amidships

 

Writing Room/Ladies Room - Promenade deck starboard aft

 

Public rooms & cabins in colour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suite - Boat deck

 

 

Outside two berth cabin – A deck

 

Outside four berth cabin - A deck

 

 

Pool and Sun deck (Boat deck)

Photo taken & Roelf Shrick

 

 

Transiting Suez Canal

Photo taken & Roelf Shrick

 

 Menu card

 

 Passenger list

 

 

MS Fairsea

 

The Fairsea (1) - INDEX:

Fairsea (1) Built as a C3 class freighter History Page.

Fairsea Photo Page.

Fairsea Menus page sent in by John Scholten.

Fairsea Deck Plan.

Fairsea The Strachan family head to Melbourne in December 1957 - this Page.

Fairsea Rob Barker & Family also sails to Melbourne in December 1957.

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