National Geographic : 1924 Jul
S 6rldlr ase on the lagetsh to circlethe hbe Red Star Liner BELGENLAND (17,200 tons) International Mercantile Marine Company incooperation with American Express Company O N DECEMBER FOURTH the largest and most luxurious liner that ever circled the globe starts on a 133-day journey to the remote and fascinating corners of the world. Follow Summer Across the Seven Seas By sailing westward in December you arrive in tropical and sub-tropical lands, for a stay of six teen delightful weeks, at the season best suited for travel there. This also makes possible a stop over in Europe for the spring and early summer. While snow flurries whiten New York streets, you'll find summer in Havana. Honolulu will greet you with the warmth of June. In Singapore and Calcutta you'll wear your gayest summer clothes. New York will face its March gales while you bask in the sunshine of Cairo. The Belgenland is Your Home A new and completely charming liner. Exquisite cabins and living room suites. Superb public rooms, glass-enclosed promenade and cheerfulverandah cafes, swimming pool and gymnasium. A la carte cuisine. Faultless Red Star service. Journeys ashore under the masterly guidance of the American Express-every one brimful of beauty, of flash ing contrasts, of unforgettable impressions. SRED STAR LINEg INTERNATIONAL MiERCANTIaE MARINE COMPANY WHITE STAR LINE -ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE AMERICAN LINE-LEYLAND LINE -PANAMA PACIFIC LINE e From New York Dec. 4, 1924 Los Angeles Dec. 20 San Francisco Dec. 23 28,310-Mile Cruise to 60 Cities in 14 Countries 17 days in Japan, China and Korea; 18 days in India; 8 days in Egypt, the Nile Country and the HolyLand; 11 days along the Mediterranean. Write for profusely illus trated booklet which answers every question on world cruises. Ad dress Red Star Line, No. 1 Broadway, American Express, No. 65 Broad way, NewYork, or other offices or agencies of either company.