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North German Lloyd Line TS Bremen MS EUROPA 1969 Cruise Brochure - TulipStuff
North German Lloyd Line TS Bremen MS EUROPA 1969 Cruise Brochure - TulipStuff
North German Lloyd Line TS Bremen MS EUROPA 1969 Cruise Brochure - TulipStuff
North German Lloyd Line TS Bremen MS EUROPA 1969 Cruise Brochure - TulipStuff
North German Lloyd Line TS Bremen MS EUROPA 1969 Cruise Brochure - TulipStuff
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North German Lloyd Line TS Bremen MS EUROPA 1969 Cruise Brochure

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8 page brochure for the 1969 cruises from New York and Port Everglades Florida to the Caribbean, South America, Nassau, Bermuda, and Canada aboard the German flagged North German Lloyd Line ships TS Bremen and MS Europa.

The brochure includes some photos of shipboard life, cruise itineraries and sailing dates, room rates.

The Bremen was originally built as the Pasteur for Compagnie de Navigation Sud-Atlantique and sailed with them from 1939-1957 (with a stint during World War ll from 1940-46 when it was operated by the UK government as a troop ship and hospital ship). North German Lloyd bought the ship in 1957 and renamed it Bremen and operated it until 1972 when it was sold to Chandris and renamed the Regina Magna.

The MS Europa was originally built for the Swedish American Line in 1953 and sailed as the Kungsholm from '53-'65 when it was sold to North German Lloyd (later Hapag Lloyd).   The ship was sold in 1981 and operated as the Columbus C for Costa Lines until 1984 when it was badly damaged.

The brochure is in good condition with some minor wrinkles and a small 1 inch tear at the bottom of the last page (see photo 5)

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