National Geographic : 1963 Sep
P&O-Orient's Orsovasails for the South Pacific from San FranciscoNovember 25. You return on Arcadia. Round trip: 54 days. "The biggest bloomin' ships sailing the seven seas" fly the flag of P&O-Orient. One leaves for Australia November 25. THIS WINTER, six S P&O-Orient liners i sail to summertime in Hawaii, Fiji, and Australia. They're the largest and fastest sailing round the world. The smallest P&O-Orient liner is longer than two football fields. The biggest carries more passen gers than any other ship afloat. All liners have acres of sunny open deck-far more than other ships. You can play volley ball on a full-sized court. Have parties in your air-conditioned cabin. Swim in an outdoor pool. The British service is quietly spectacular. It has to be-to sat isfy the international travelers who sail on P&O-Orient. Cost? Round trips to Australia start at just $948 in first class, or $776 in comfortable tourist. You can also sail on to Europe, to the Orient, circle the entire Pa cific, or sail round the world on a P&O-Orient liner. For free color brochures on Vacation Voyages, write Dept. C-4, P&O-Orient, 155 Post Street, San Francisco 8, California. Then see your travel agent and run away to sea. P&O-Orient Lines: San Francisco Los Angeles Seattle Honolulu* Vancouver. Elsewhere: Cunard Line, General Passenger Agents.