National Geographic : 1911 Oct
W WINTER CRUISES GrandCruise By the most palatial cruising steamer afloat to the Orient S. S."Victoria Luise" (16,500 tons). Sailing from NewYork January 30,1912, on a 78-Day Cruise to Madeira, Spain, the Mediter rean, and the Orient. Cost, $325 and upward. The "Victoria Luise" is equipped with modern features providing every luxury and comfort on long cruises. To the West Indies Five Delightful Cruises to Panama Canal, Venezuela, and Bermuda, leaving New York by the Palatial Twin screw Steamers S. S. Moltke ('1s") 28 Dags 2"J,Feb. $150 and 24,i912....... up. S.S. Hamburg ('tos) 21 Days Mch. 7, 12 and S. S. Moltke ('t,). 16 Da s 6 Mr ...... $85 and. Every Luxury of Travel. Every Refinement of Service Insured. Hamburg-American Line Special Trip to ITALY and EGYPT by the superb trans atlantic liner "Kaiserin Auguste Victoria" the largest and most luxurious steamer of the service. Equipped with Ritz-Carlton Restaurant, Palm Garden, Gymnasium, Electric Baths, Elevators. Will leave New York Feb. 14, 1912, for Madeira, Gibraltar, Al giers, Villefranche (Nice), Genoa, Naples, and Port Said. Time for sight-seeing at each port. To or from Port Said, $165 and up. To or from all other ports, $115 and up. Take a delightful cruise to South America by the S. S. Bluecher (12,500 tons). Offers every luxury and comfort. Leav ing New York Jan. 20, 1912. Ports of call: Bridgetown, Pernambuco, Santos, Montevideo, Punta Arenas (through the Straits of Magellan), Valparaiso (across the Andes), Buenos Ayres, Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, Para, Port of Spain and St. Thomas. Optional side trips every where. Duration of cruise, 80 days. Cost, $350 and up. Around the World-A few accommodations available on S.S. Cleveland. From San Francisco Feb. 6, 1912. Grand Annual Event, Nov., 1912 and Feb., 1913. By the large cruising steamshipVictoria Luise (16,500 tons). For information, write, wire, or phone Hamburg-American Line, 41-45 B'wag, N.Y. , Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Chicago, St.Louis, San Francisco "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."