The Hindenburg’s Interior: Passenger Decks

Hindenburg was originally built with 25 double-berthed cabins at the center of A Deck, accommodating 50 passengers. After the ship’s inaugural 1936 season, 9 more cabins were added to B Deck, accommodating an additional 20 passengers.

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2 thoughts on “The Hindenburg’s Interior: Passenger Decks

  1. The ultimate luxury liner of yesterday! I find airship technology fascinating, and wonder why there aren’t more of them around today. The Hindenburg inspired me to write a fantasy adventure novel. Read my book about a solar-powered airship entitled: The Quest for the Talisman, by Michael A. Faris.

  2. Thank you Michael, fantasy adventure and science fiction are genres that have been shaping the “future.”

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