National Geographic : 1928 Sep
1* ^rii' * WORLD CRUISE ltMO11ViVe i Op THE .. ,iAP/ I BELGENLAND Largest, Finest Liner Ever to Circle the Globe Sail westward with the sun on December 17th, to eighty-four cities of the world for one hundred and thirty-five days. There's included a trip to Peking that abounds in interest. Also an. op tional trip to the Dutch East Indies and the island of Bali-a fascinating journey that no other cruise offers. You arrive in Europe in April, convenient for Spring stop-overs. Rates from $1750 including all accommodations and a compre hensive sightseeing program directed by the American Express Company. Apply to Red Star Line, No. I Broadway;AmericanExpressCompany, 65 Broadway, N. Y.; or other ofices or agencies of either company. MEDITERRANEAN WEST INDIES & MEXICO by White Star Line by Red Star Line 46-daydeluxe cruises to the Holy Four cruises of 11 to 22 days. Wide Land, Egypt Africa, Greece, Monte choice ofitineraries among which are Carlo, etc. Ship to ship stop-overs such high-spots as Mexico City, arranged, also return by a north Euro Panama Canal, Bermuda, Havana, pean port. Rates from $695 (up), in cluding shore excursions. Nassau, etc. The ship is a famous S. S . AdriaticJan. 10; Feb. 28 cruising liner, the palatial Lapland, sailing Jan. a1,Feb. 25, Mar. 16, S. S. Laurentic Jan. 19; Mar. 9 Apr. 6. Forcompleteinformation addressCruiseDept., No. 1 Broadway, New York, ouroffices elsewhere or any authorizedagent. WHITE /TAR LINE RIEDJTAR LINE NTIRNATIOAIIL MERwAtTIl MARINE COMPANY As :~;. ~ zr ?:r:c'i~~Xi :' :1 .. ~c .Y: ~ I. C'