National Geographic : 1927 Nov
CIRU JING the fEVIEN JEAI TO THE MEDITERRANEAN Four 46-day voyages aservice permitting the greatest freedom in planning. Stop-overs from ship to ship or return home from a north-European port, if desired. Itinerary in cludes Monte Carlo, Italy, Egypt, Holy Land, Greece, etc. WhiteStarlinersAdri atic sailing January 7 and February 25, and the new Laurentic Januaryl7 andMarch6. Apply to White Star Line AROUND THE WORLD on the BELGENLAND The largest, finest liner ever to circle the globe 3 swimming pools and 2 gymnasiums, a verandah cafe and trapshooting equipment. Sounds more like a country club than an ocean liner, but it is characteristic of the unique luxury of the Belgenland. She really is a rare com bination of home and a smart country club. And her world itinerary? Already tried for five years and found perfect. Returning passengers pronounce it so. This year there will be no experiments, no switching, no drastic change of place or time-no need to gild the lily. Sailing westward Dec. 14 to 65 cities in sixteen countries. 133 days over 28,000 miles. The perfect world cruise. TO TUE WELT INDIEJ Two 22-day tours to the wonder spots of the Caribbean, includ ing Havana, Panama Canal, the northern coast of South Ameri ca, Jamaica, etc. Long enough to freshen you against the rigors of winter. Short enough for even the busiest person. A delightful ship, the great White Star liner Calgaric sailing fromNewYork February4 andMarch 3. Apply to White Star Line This cruise operatedby the Red Star Line in conjunction with theAmerican Express Co. Forcomplete informationapply to Red StarLine, No. i Broadway;American Express Co., 65 Broad way, New York; or other ofices or agencies ofeither company. WIITE STAR LINE *RED STAR LINE INTERNATIONAL MERCANTILE MARINE COMPANY No. 1 Broadway, New York City, our offices elsewhere, or authorized agents.