National Geographic : 1925 Apr
CRUISES E I4 a/I .. -I i S.S.Resolute : SQueen of .4 : - "NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO .. This 20,000-ton oil burner is especially adapted for cruising service. Wide decks, terrace cafe, conservatory, gymnasium, swimming pool, . Slounges-all promote the gala spirit of a yachting party. "4 Management Itinerary " Themanagementandpersonnel, Madeira-Gibraltar-Algeria " S experienced both in Trans- (Eastward)-Riviera(Westward) Atlantic andCruise service, have -Italy-Egypt-India-Ceylon "'4 operated this ship on many pre- Burma-Straits Settlements- " " vious Cruises. Back of them is a Java-Borneo-Philippines- T. trained organization-to serve China-Japan-Hawaii. Dura "'4 your needs aboard and ashore. tion: 312 months. Rates from $1500 up I' including shore excursions. Fulldetailsof cruise, itin- " "4 eraryand rates on receipt of your letter or wire. I'" UNITED AMERICAN LINES ' .53 HARRIMAN LINE .. 35-39 Broadway, NewYork; 131 State St., Boston; 230 South 15th St., Philadelphia; 177 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago; 574 Market " St., San Francisco; 87 St. James St., Montreal; or local agents. dI f nfl P The United American Lines operate a joint service with J. "'I jj •5f 5/ Hamburg American Line toFrance, England and Germany, T on thq de luxe steamers RESOLUTE, RELIANCE, 1 ."4 ALBERT BALLIN, and DEUTSCHLAND, and cabin steamers CLEVELAND, 'IC THURINGIA, WESTPHALIA, and MOUNT CLAY. Send for schedule. - *..- I~ - . n - . . . . : . . . . " I ?S' y ?Y ZS'Y'Y ZSZ ?ZS?SS 'ZS ? '" IZ "?