National Geographic : 1925 Jun
BELGENLAND rWorld Cruise 132 Days 60 Cities 14 Countries From NEW YORK November 25 th Los ANGELES Dec. 11 SAN FRANCISCO Dec. 14 Returning to NEW YORK April 6, 1926 Itinerary Havana, Balboa, Panama, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Hilo, Honolulu, Yokohama, Tokyo, Nikko, Kamakura, Kobe, Nara, Kyoto, The In land Sea, Shanghai, Hong kong, Macao, Manila, Bata via, Singapore, Diamond Harbor, Calcutta, Colombo, Bombay, Port Sudan, Port Tewfik, Cairo, Alexandria, Naples, Monaco, Gibraltar. Larget and finest liner ever to circle the Globe When the Belgenland sails westward from New York in November she follows warm sunshine and balmy weather 'round the world. She moves from one fascinating port and one interesting country to another on a carefully arranged schedule that brings her to each at the height of its activity and charm. A happy opportunity is afforded for convenient stop-overs in Europe for the Spring and early Summer. The American Express Company with its intimate knowledge of the foreign countries visited and its complete facilities for most advantageous guidance, cooperates with the Red Star Line to make this a world cruise of extraordinary appeal. The Belgenland embodies the most advanced thought in ocean travel com fort. Her cuisine, service and general atmosphere are Continental, but she is truly American in her complete provisions for amusements and healthful recreation on broad deck spaces. RED STAR LINE INTERNATIONAL MERCANTILE MARINE COMPANY In Cooperation with American Express Company Write for profusely illustrated booklet which answers every ques tion on world cruises. Address Red Star Line, No. 1 Broadway, NewYork; American Express Company, 65 Broadway, NewYork, or other offices or agencies of eithercompany.