National Geographic : 1911 Sep
HAMBURG- AMERICAN CRUISES TO THE WEST INDIES S Visit the American SMediterranean and the Panama Canal Five delightful cruises to the West Indies, Panama and the Spanish Main by the palatial twin screw steamers Steamers Moltke and Hamburg Leaving New York-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 and up-S .S . Moltke (12, 500 tons) 16 days, March 26, 1912, $85 and up. Every luxury of travel. Every refinement of service insured. You carry your hotel with you. A wonderful opportunity for the busy man THIRD ANNUAL SOUTH AMERICA CRU ISE TO The S.S. "Bluecher" (12,500 tons) will sail from SNew York, January 20th, 1912, on the third annual cruise of 18,300 miles to the picturesque and wonderful cities of South America. 80 days, the duration of this cruise, will be spent under the most ideal conditions both aboard and ashore. The S. S. "Bluecher ", the largest cruising steamer sailing from one America to the other, is well adapted for this cruise; her spacious, well ventilated cabins afford the maximum amount of luxury and comfort. The minimum cost of $350. is less than $5.00 per day, or two cents a mile for the entire cruise. To assure the comfort of all, the cruise is limited to 300. The itinerary will include the following ports: Bridgetown, ' Pernambuco, Santos, Montivideo, Punta Arenas (through the Straits of Magellan), Valparaiso (across the Andes), Buenos Ayres, Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, Para, Port of Spain and St. Thomas - optional side trips everywhere. Number of miles covered, 18,300. All accommodations first class. Write for full information Cruising Department, Hamburg-American Line 41-45 Broadway New York Chicago Philadelphia Boston St. Louis San Francisco Pittsburg "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."