National Geographic : 1911 Dec
Winter Cruises Under Perfect Conditions To South America Take a Delightful Cruise to South America, by the S. S. Bluecher (12,500 tons), the largest cruising steamer sailing from one America to the other. Offers every luxury and comfort. Leaving New York, January 20, 1912. Ports of call: PORT OF SPAIN, PERNAMBUCO, SANTOS, BUENOS AIRES. (Across the Andes), PUNTA ARENAS, (through the STRAITS of MAGELLAN,) VALPARAISO, RIO DE JANEIRO, BAHIA, PARA, BRIDGETOWN, and the Panama Canal. Optional side trips every where. Duration of cruise 80 days. Cost, $350 and up. 20,000 miles through quiet waters. West Indies Five Delightful Cruises to Panama Canal, Venezuela and Bermuda, leaving New York by the Palatial Twin-screw Steamers S. S. Moltke (12,500 tons), 28 days, January 23, February 24, 1912 . . $150 and up. S. S. Hamburg (11,000 tons), 21 days, February 10, March 7, 1912 . $125 and up. S. S. Moltke (12,500 tons), 16 days, March 16, 1912 . . . . . . . $85 and up. Around the W orld November, 1912, and February, 1913, by the Large Cruising Steamship "Victoria Luise," (16,500 tons). Grand Annual Event A few accommodations available on S. S. Cleveland, from San Francisco, February 6, 1912. "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."