Laurentian - (ex Polynesian) cabin plan

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Allan Line steamship built 1872 at Greenock by Robert Steele & Co. Launched as the Polynesian, rebuilt and renamed Laurentian 1893. This ship had a bad reputation, as she was said to "roll on wet grass" and was called "Rolling Polly". There was accommodation for 120 1st-class passengers and 850 3rd-class (steerage) passengers. This image show a plan of the Awning Deck with saloon, cabins, captain's cabin, WCs, bathrooms, galley, ice house, pantry and other store rooms, Spar Deck with 1st class dining room (dines 102 persons), cabins, bathrooms and WCs.

This image is from an old booklet.

For more ship history see: S/S Laurentian

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