National Geographic : 1926 Nov
THE GLORIES OF THE mEDlTERRAnEAfn SSEA 2200 miles long and 700 wide-Mother of Old World History and Romance, of Rome's Splendor, the Art of Greece, the Wonders of Egypt. An inspiration to all who sail along its enchanting coast. CThe Cruise Supreme on the largest of Mediterranean Cruising Ships the specially chartered White Star Liner HOmERIC "The Ship ofSplendor" Sailingfrom New York January 22nd, returning March 3 oth, 1927 Exceptional cuisine, service without stint, Cook's organized Efficiency and Management. The itinerary includes: Madeira, Cadiz (Seville), Gibraltar, Algiers, Tunis (La Goulette), Naples, Athens (Phaleron Bay),Chanak Kalesi, Constantinople, Haifa, Jerusalem, Cairo, Alexandria, Palermo, Naples, Monaco, Gibraltar, Southampton. Many shore excursions. A long stay in Egypt, the Holy Land, etc. Stop-over privileges in Europe. A NEW WAI AROUND THE WORLD Via the Southern Hemisphere. Unlike any previous World Voyage. A New Tour of Educational and Recreative Travel. The South Sea Islands, New Zealand, Tasmania, Australia, The East Indies, Ceylon, South and East Africa and South America-a major voyage of surpassing interest. viboard the Famous CunardCruiseShip FRAR CONlA Sailing from New York January 12th, from Los Angeles January 28th Returning to New York June 2nd, 1927 I"