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Carras Cruises mts Daphne 1975-76 Mexico Jamaica Cruise Brochure - TulipStuff
Carras Cruises mts Daphne 1975-76 Mexico Jamaica Cruise Brochure - TulipStuff
Carras Cruises mts Daphne 1975-76 Mexico Jamaica Cruise Brochure - TulipStuff
Carras Cruises mts Daphne 1975-76 Mexico Jamaica Cruise Brochure - TulipStuff
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Carras Cruises mts Daphne 1975-76 Mexico Jamaica Cruise Brochure

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3-panel fold out full color brochure for the 1975-1976 12-day winter cruises aboard the Carras Cruises Greek cruise ship mts Daphne.

The cruises departed from New Orleans and visited Jamaica (Montego Bay), Cayman Islands (Grand Cayman),  Mexico (Playa del Carmen, and Cozumel), Guatemala (Santo Tomas de Castilla), and Honduras (Roatan)

The brochure includes an illustration of the ship, a description of the cruise and the ship's features, basic deck plans, stateroom layout plans, room rates, and general info.

The brochure is in very good condition with a small 1/4 inch long tear on the right side edge of the front cover (see photos).

The Daphne was originally built as the cargo ship Port Sydney for Port Lines in 1954 and was purchased by Carras in 1972 and rebuilt and converted into a passenger ship. The ship sailed with Carras and briefly Lauro Lines until it was chartered to Costa in 1979 and purchased by Costa in 1984.   It sailed with Costa (and later Prestige Cruises) until 1996 when it was sold again. In later years the ship also sailed as the Ocean Monarch and the Princess Daphne. The ship was scrapped in 2014.

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