National Geographic : 1938 Jan
Photograph from Wide World LUXURIOUS FLOATING HOTELS SHUTTLE FERRYLIKE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND EUROPE In good times every cabin is sold. For decades the United States has paid enormous sums to ships under foreign flags forcarrying itsmails, people, and freight. Here, in order, are Berengaria (British, 52,100 tons), Georgic (British, 27,759 tons), Normandie (French, 83,423 tons),Rex (Italian, 51,061 tons), and Europa (Ger man, 49,746 tons). Not often are so many famous big liners found in port together.