- 42 x 28 inches (107 x 71 cm)
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The Santa Rosa (9,135 grt, 508 ft. long) was built in 1932 as the first of four sisters
intended for the intercoastal route between the east and west coast of the U.S.A.
The Santa Rosa, along with the Santa Elena and the Santa Paula, was transferred after a few years
to a cruise route to islands of the Caribbean and to Colombia and Venezuela, but also good for one-way passages. Grace Line was innovative in employing waitresses instead of stewards because they thought women were more courteous to the passengers.