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(The stewardess is Emilie Imhoff, who was killed at Lakehurst in 1937.) (©Archiv der Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Gmb H, Friedrichshafen) 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.None of the cabins had toilet facilities; male and female toilets were available on B Deck below, as was a single shower, which provided a weak stream of water “more like that from a seltzer bottle” than a shower, according to Charles Rosendahl.Because the A Deck cabins were located in the center of the ship they had no windows, which was a feature missed by passengers who had traveled on Graf Zeppelin and had enjoyed the view of the passing scenery from their berths.The passenger accommodations were decorated in the clean, modern design of principal architect Professor Fritz August Breuhaus, and in a major improvement over the unheated Graf Zeppelin, passenger areas on Hindenburg were heated, using forced-air warmed by water from the cooling systems of the forward engines.Dining Room Hindenburg’s Dining Room occupied the entire length of the port side of A Deck.What to expect: I ' M SO VERY HOT SLAVE , WELCOME AND I BE YOURS i dont hv limits My Command: anal sex, butt plug, cameltoe, close up, dancing, dildo, fingering, live orgasm, love balls, oil, roleplay, smoking, squirt, strap on, vibrator, zoom, footjob, fetish toys, submissive, dominant, snapshot Start Chatting With ASSLOVERRDIRTY Now What to expect: I am a girl of strong character, but too sweet and sensitive, I like to know new things and take on new challenges, I hope my work is of your liking and you trust me.
The tables and chairs were designed by Professor Fritz August Breuhaus using lightweight tubular aluminum, with the chairs upholstered in red.
During the 1936 season the Lounge contained a 356-pound Bluthner baby grand piano, made of Duralumin and covered with yellow pigskin.
Two views of the Lounge, showing portrait of Hitler and the ship’s duralumin piano.
During the winter of 1936-1937, while the ship was laid up in Frankfurt, additional passenger cabins were also added in Bay 11, just aft of ring 173.
The new cabins had windows offering an outside view, and were slightly larger than the cabins on A Deck.
The Lounge was approximately 34 feet in length, and was decorated with a mural by Professor Arpke depicting the routes and ships of the explorers Ferdinand Magellan, Captain Cook, Vasco de Gama, and Christopher Columbus, the transatlantic crossing of LZ-126 (USS Los Angeles), the Round-the-World flight and South American crossings of LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin, and the North Atlantic tracks of the great German ocean liners Bremen and Europa.