National Geographic : 1912 Jan
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES TO VISIT South America and Panama Canal 20,000 Mile Cruise, leaving New York Jan. 20, 1912 Calling at Port of Spain, Pernambuco, Santos, Buenos Aires (Across the Andes). Punta Arenas (through the Straits of Magellan), Valparaiso, Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, Para, Bridgetown, and a visit to the Panama Canal. Duration of Cruise 80 Days-Cost $350 and up. OPTIONAL SIDE TRIPS EVERYWHERE Cruises de Luxe to the WEST INDIES Five Delightful Cruises to theWest Indies, PanamaCanal,Venezuela and Bermuda Leaving New York by the Palatial Twin Screw Steamers S. S. Moltke, (12,500 tons), 28 Days, Jan. 23, Feb. 24, 1912, $150 and up S. S. Hamburg, (11,000 tons), 21 Days, Feb. 10, March 7, 1912, 125 S. S. Moltke, (12,500 tons), 16 Days, March 26, 1912, 85 EVERY LUXURY OF TRAVEL, EVERY REFINEMENT OF SERVICE INSURED Grand Annual Cruise to the Orient By the most palatial steamer afloat, S. S. "Victoria Luise" (16,500 tons). Sailing from New York, January 30, 1912, on 78-Day Cruise to Madeira, Spain, the Mediterranean and the Orient. Cost, $325 and upward. The "Victoria Luise" is equipped with modern features providing every luxury and comfort on long cruises. Italy and Egypt Special Trip by the superb transatlantic liner, "Kaiserin ' Auguste Victoria," the largest and most luxurious steamer of the service. Leave New York, February 14, 1912, for SMadeira, Gibraltar,Algiers, Villefranche (Nice), Genoa, i Naples and Port Said. To or from Port Said, $165 and up. To or from all other ports, $115 and up. Grand Annual Event AROUND THE WORLD November, 1912, and February, 1913, by the large Cruising Steamship "VICTORIA LUISE" (16,500 tons). Your comfort and pleasure assured. Send for booklets giving information, etc. SHAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE 41-45 Broadway New York Boston Philadelphia Pittsburgh Chicago St. Louis San Francisco "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."