Dinner D'adieu: menu cover from RMSP 'Araguaya' (1906) by Kenneth D. Shoesmith

Dinner D'adieu: menu cover from RMSP 'Araguaya' (1906)

Kenneth D. Shoesmith

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Dinner D'adieu: menu cover from RMSP 'Araguaya' (1906)

The 'Araguaya' was built by Workman Clark & Co, Belfast in 1906 for Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. She was a 10,537 gross ton ship, length 515.2ft x beam 61.3ft, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 15 knots. There was passenger accommodation for 300-1st, 100-2nd and 800-3rd class. Launched by the Countess of Aberdeen on 5 June 1906, she sailed from Southampton on 12 October on her maiden voyage to Brazil, Montevideo and Buenos Aires , she continued on this service until 1917 when she was fitted as a hospital ship. She was handed over to the Canadian Government as a Canadian Military Hospital Ship. In 1920 she was handed back to RMSP Co, refitted and on 29 October 1920 resumed Southampton - Buenos Aires voyages. In 1926 she was refitted as a cruise ship with accommodation for 365-1st class passengers, but with the advent of the slump in 1930, was sold to Yugoslavenski Lloyd (Yugoslav Lloyd) and renamed 'Kraljica Marija'. (Text courtesy of www.shipspotting.com)
Kenneth D. Shoesmith (1890-1939)

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