National Geographic : 1950 Nov
YOUR GAY ENTREE TO EUROPE Your voyage to Europe becomes a luxurious holiday-complete with impeccable service - when you travel on France-Afloat. Whichever French Line accommoda tions you select, you immediately enter a world of Parisian enchantment, with spark ling divertissements . . . superb cuisine by master French chefs... spacious staterooms of elegant decor. And, of course, cheerful attendance by English-speaking stewards. Frequent sailings to England and the Continent are made by the newly commis sioned 49,850-ton Liberte, the celebrated Ile de France and the popular De Grasse. Plan your voy age now, while off-season rates are in effect! French Line, 610 Fifth Avenue, New York 20, N. Y. /.i Y t^/t;; AreaLt~. : m/2u i i K , Jc4ji 4rie French Line sailings to Plymouth and Le Havre, and minimum one-way fares: Liberte, Nov. II, 29, Dec. 16, Jan. 4, 20, Feb. 7, 23, March 14, April 25; First Class, $330; Cabin, $210; Tourist, $165. lie de France, Nov. 18, Dec. 7, Feb. 15, March 7, 29, April 18; First Class, $325; Cabin, $210; Tourist, $165. De Grasse, Jan. 3, March 12; First Class, $220; Cabin, $176. Other French Line offices: Beverly Hills, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Halifax, Montreal, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, B. C., Washington, D. C.