National Geographic : 1963 Feb
Your first stop is France...arrivingin superlinerstyle on CUNARD'S The extra personal val ues of a Cunard crossing to France or England can't be measured by the modest amount you pay for them. Where else in the world (except in the stabilizer-equipped superliners Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary) could you find such a tension-free existence? Savor the flawless British hospitality and gourmet offerings of this sophisticated wonderland; roam acres of broad sports decks, enjoy informal invitations and congenial company wherever you go among the many spacious public rooms. Swim, dance, party-go.., discover leisured new uses for un S pressured hours. It's all part of Cunard's First Class mood as you cross the Atlantic to Europe. It's a holiday mood. A mood that lasts for 5 wonderful days, dispels cares, creates enchantment-the extra value which comes with every Cunard ticket! Getting there is halfthe min,... go CUNA RD QUEEN ELIZABETH * QUEEN MARY * MAURETANIA * CARONIA * SYLVANIA CARINTHIA * FRANCONIA (new) • CARMANIA (new _ Cruise vacations,too: Mauretania All-Mediterranean Cruise, Feb. 5; Queen Elizabeth Cruises to Nassau, Feb. 21, Feb. 28, March 6; Caronia Spring Mediterrane an Cruise, May 1; Caronia North Cape Cruise, June 29. S Sea-Air combination: If you're pressed for time, combine a re laxing 5-day superliner crossing with one way by air and still enjoy the 10% Thrift Season round-trip saving. You can make reservations on regular BOACjet flights through any Cunard office or your travel agent. CUNARD LINE: Main office in U.S . 25 Broadway, New York 4, N.Y.