National Geographic : 1922 Sep
Around theWorld by Specially Chartered New, Oil-burning Cunard Liner SAMARIA 20,000 TONS January 24 to May 31, 1923 Sailing Eastward from New York CRUISE LIMITED TO 400 GUESTS One long Springtime around the world--127 joyous, crowded days of fascinating visits to the nations of the world and the wonders of ancient history-to picturesque Mediterranean cities, alluring Egypt - four weeks in India, Dutch East Indies, and Straits Settlements-to Saigon in Indo-China, to the Philip pines and China-two weeks in Spring-crowned Japan - to Hawaii and homeward by San Francisco and Panama Canal. The beautiful, well and adequately appointed and exceptionallysuitable steamer plus the definitely limited membership will assure to each guest the greatest comfort, privacy and personal attention. This s a (olden Jubilee Cruise, celebrating the 50th year since the first world-tour was conducted by Thomas Cook, the founder of our organization. t 'Mediterranean by Specially Chartered New White Star Liner HOMERIC 34,000 TONS Largest and Most Modern Steamer that ever Sailed for a Cruise From New York, January20 Returning March 28 CRUISE LIMITED TO 500 GUESTS To the wondrous lands of the Inland Sea, so rich in artistic, historical, and educational interest. Sixty-seven days of glorious cruising and shore excursions. A gorgeous 14,000 - mile itinerary em bracing Madeira, Spain (Cadiz, Seville, Granada), Gibraltar, Alge ciras, Algiers, Tunis (Carthage), Naples, Athens, Constantinople; sixteen days in EGYPT -Cairo, Luxor, Assouan, Philae, or PALES TINE - Haifa, Damascus, Tiberias, Nazareth, Bethlehem, Jerusalem. Naples, with Amalfi, Sorrento, etc.; Monaco,withMonteCarlo and Nice. Optional visit to Paris and London on the homeward trip. Stop-over privileges with return by other fa mous White Star Liners, MAJESTIC, p OLYMPIC, etc. CUISINE, SERVICE, AND APPOINTMENTS THE UTMOST YET OFFERED.