Normandie: The Interior
The Normandie was one of the most luxurious and beautifully decorated ships of all time. Her interior was magnificent, with many luxurious suites and staterooms.
One of the cabins onboard the Normandie (2nd or 3rd class)
The main dining hall of the Normandie (below). Note the "pillars of light" on the walls and on the floor.The hall was the "largest room on the sea".
The grand lounge in the first class area of the ship. This was one of the most spectacular and luxurious areas in the Normandie.
One of the 1st class staterooms. These rooms were extremely luxurious. For example, there was a private suite on the sun deck just behind the bridge that had a huge dining/reception room and a private terrace. This was where very famous (or extremely rich) people could stay, as well as be entertained by Captain René Pugnet. He would play both violin and piano for his guests, as well as dine with and talk with them.
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