Large fold out (folds out to 26"x27" inches) deck plans brochure from the late 1960's/early 1970's for the Greek Line ships tss Olympia (side 2) and tss Queen Anna Maria (side 1). The deck plans also have 28 photos (17 Olympia, 11 Queen Anna Maria) of the ship's cabins and public areas (lounges, pool, sauna, dining room).
The brochure's cover on the Olympia side has a sticker for Greek Line's Midwestern regional director.
The brochure is in good condition with some light wear. It has a small written notation near the Olympia B deck plan, 4 small (1/4"-1" inch) seam splits, and a few small 1/2" dogear creases on a couple of the corner tips. (See photos)
The Queen Anna Maria sailed as the Empress of Britain for Canadian Pacific from 1955-1963 when it was sold to Greek Line and renamed the Queen Anna Maria. Carnival Cruises bought the ship in 1975 and renamed it the Carnivale and it sailed with them for 18 years until it was sold to Epirotiki in 1993. The ship its last years sailing as the Peace Boat from 2003-2008.
The Olympia was operated by Greek Line from 1953-1981 when it was sold to Commodore Cruise Line and renamed the Caribe. It was sold again in 1993 and operated as the Regal Empress from 1993-2009.