National Geographic : 1913 Oct
HAMBURG -AMERICAN CRUISES s 4B DURING 1914 3i^ New Cruise - Orient - India ;S- '- 4By the S. S. Cleveland, 17,000 tons, from , New York, January 15th, 1914. Through ll the Mediterranean, Suez Canal, Red Sea and Indian Ocean to Bombay and Colombo, (:I including side trips through INDIA, THE SHOLY LAND and EGYPT, stopping at * I-' Iinteresting points in Europe, Asia and Africa. Duration 93 days. Cost $700 up S including shore excursions and necessary expenses. S.S. Imperator World's Largest Ship will make two special trips to the Mediterranean from New York February 4th and March 5th, to Monaco, Genoa and Naples. ' NILE SERVICE by superb steamers of the Hamburg and Anglo-American Nile Company. _ Cruises to West Indies, Venezuela and the Panama Canal By the largest ships visiting the Caribbean Sea. S. S. Amerika (22,500 tons) and Victoria Luise (17,000 4ri v tons) during January, February, March and April. Duration 16 to 29 days. Cost $145-$175 up. 6- ', From NEW ORLEANS-Two 15-day Cruises during January and February. Shore trips optional. 1915 / Around the World, through the Panama Canal From New York, January 27th, 1915 by S.S . Cleve land (17,000 tons). Duration 135 days. Rates $900 up, including shore trips and necessary expenses. Atlas Service Weekly sailings to Cuba, Jamaica, and the Panama Canal, Hayti, Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua by new fast Twin-Screw Steamers. Write for information stating cruise. Offices in principal cities. HAMBURG -AMERICAN LINE, 41-45 Broadway, New York Philadelphia Boston Pittsburgh Chicago St. Louis San Francisco "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."