National Geographic : 1929 Jan
o CBlendlor HOMERIC One of the world's foremost ships... superlative in equip ment and appointments.. the largest steamer cruising to the MEDITERRANEAN Sails againfor her CRUISE SUPREME on January26, 1929 The outstanding success of our five previous Homeric Cruises and the attractive list of pas sengers to date are a tribute of which we are justly proud. A few choice accommodations are still available, for which immediate application is advisable. The comprehensive itinerary covers 14,000 miles in 67 days ... Madeira, Cadiz, Gibraltar ... Algiers, Tunis... Naples, Athens, Constantinople . . . The Holy Land.... gypt ... The Nile... Palermo... Naples ... The French Riviera . . . Gibraltar... Stop-over privi leges in Europe ... returning via Southampton by Homeric, Majestic or Olympic. Full particularsupon request Thos. Cook & Son 585 Fifth Avenue, New York Philadelphia Boston Baltimore Washington Chicago St. Louis San Francisco Los Angeles Toronto Montreal Vancouver in co-operation with Wagons-Lits Co. WINTER CRUISES TO THE GOLDEN CARIBBEAN GREAT W TIIE FLEET WT HEN you cruise o'er the Golden Caribbean on a Great White Fleet Ship where every passengeris a guest, you will enjoy the excellent food, all outside rooms, wide decks on which to dance and play and especially the careful, personal service, the "knowing how" which goes to make your "adventuring into the Spanish Main" a luxury. Twice every week Great White Fleet Ships leave NEW YORK and NEW ORLEANS on cruises lasting from 9 to 24 days. These ships carry only first class passengers; and all hotel and railway ac commodations, motor trips, etc., are included in the price you pay for your ticket. Address Passenger Traffic Department UNITED FRUIT COMPANY STEAMSHIP SERVICE 17 Battery Place Room 1624 New York City Write for illustratedfree booklets "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."