National Geographic : 1938 Apr
84Q j'I b~~Ln;k~p ORDINARYVESSELIN "CAROLINE II" IN QUARTERINGSEA QUARTERING SEA Caroline II is 14 times steadier, in any sea, thana vessel without gyro scope stabilizer. DIAGRAMMATIC VIEW OF STABILIZER- One of the largest ever installed in a yacht, efficient and out of sight. Ctot ine // ... the newest big American-built twin-screw Diesel Yacht . .. NOW FOR SALE Designed by Gielow, built in 1931 at Bath, Me., with the highest rating on Lloyd's Register-(100 Class A1)-Caroline II is the second largest Diesel yacht built in the United States and the newest big yacht now for sale. She is 279 feet overall and powered by two Cooper-Bessemer-Diesels, developing 3,000 horse power that tan drive her 17Y land miles an hour. She carries enough fresh water and fuel, at one fueling, for a cruising range of 10,000 miles, and has accommodations for a 6-months' supply of perishable food. Every known convenience and comfort has been built into this beautiful craft, even to a most efficient Thermofan ventilating system, which heats and changes the air. Here is a yacht that gives you a palatial home at sea, or at any port in the world ! LIVING ROOM - Large, roomy, splendidly furnished, with fire place bookcases, grand piano, RCA-Victor radio-phonograph. '"n " 'sk'-% AFTER SPORTS DECK-Wide andlong;sufficientspaceforalldeck games and berth for private plane. eatolina // is ready for inspection NOW For further information please write to the following Brokers: HenryJ. Gielow, Inc., 25 West 43rd Street, New York City Cox & Stevens, Inc., 521 Fifth Avenue, New York City Linton Rigg & Co., Inc., 90 Broad Street, New York City Crowther, Sewell & Pafford, Ltd., Imperial House, 86 Regent St., London, W. I., England UPPER DECK MAIN DECK CABIN DECK Electric elevator, connecting 3 decks OWNER'S SUITE-Double apart ment, full width of ship, with valet and maid quarters adjoining. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."