National Geographic : 1929 Mar
curious ianJportation codort and Acreationr- PRESS the starter button on your Chris-Craft and a wondrous panorama of outdoor pleas ure and recreation will unfold. With a Chris-Craft the business man can get his needed outdoor recreation while he has capacity to enjoy it-can give his family the clean outdoor thrills and pleasures that build both health and character. Regattas-camping, fishing and picnic excursions swimming and aquaplaning parties-social events-busi- ness trips-all assume new meaning with a Chris Craft at your hand. Every leisure hour becomes a golden opportunity for recreation and sport for every member of the family. Ask for handsome new illustrated catalog describ ing the eighteen Chris-Craft models. All may be purchased on a convenient deferred payment plan. Eighteen models include: Runabouts, Sedans, Com muters and Cruisers. 22 to 38 fee t -30 to45mil es an hour Sf 82 to 225 horsepower-8 to 26 a epassengers-$2235 to $15,000. CHRIS SMITH 9 SONS BOAT CO., 763 Detroit Road, Algonac, Mich. New York Factory Branch: 153 West 31st Street at 7th Avenue CRUISE FROM WEW YOR Ko EUROPE via WORTH CAPE and MIDNIGHT SUHI IAWD on the specially chartered White Star Transatlantic Liner "Calgaric" COME to these mystic lands-where the North Cape rises from the top of the world ... and Viking haunts bask in the Midnight Sun . . .and sea and mountain meet in rugged fjords . . .lands wild and majestic, crowned with splendid ancient cities. James Boring's Second Annual North Cape Cruise sails from New York June 29, 1929, for a 38-day voyage. Rates, $550 up, first I5 Ports in class only, cover every necessary expense, ICELAND including shore trips and stop-over NORWAY home-bound tickets. Membership lim ited to 480. One management through- SWEDEN out by American cruise specialists. DENMARK Inquire of your local agent or Dept. N-33 SCOTLAND JAMES I CDINOS TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 730 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y . "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." '--'