National Geographic : 1937 Mar
Around the World in Ninely Days A Rlaymond-Whitcomb Cruise in the North German Lloyd express liner "BREMEN" To sail from New York, February 2, 1958 Sailing in the largest and fastest liner ever to go around the world, this newest of Raymond-Whitcomb cruises sets new standards. The great speed of the "Bremen" will enable it not only to encircle the world in record time, visiting great cities in South America and South Africa as well as the fascinating Far East, but also to make generous stops in the principal countries. And the great size of the "Bremen"- 51,656 tons means exceptional comfort at sea. THE ROUTE - NEW YORK BARBADOS RIO DE JANEIRO (2 days) SOUTH AFRICA (4 days) INDIA (9 days) CEYLON (2 days) SINGAPORE JAVA (2 V2 days) BALI (2 days) MANILA HONG KONG (2 days) NORTH CHINA JAPAN (8 days) HONOLULU SAN FRANCISCO PANAMA CANAL NEW YORK ANOTHER ATTRACTIVE ROUND THE WORLD CRUISE On the renowned Hamburg-American cruising liner "Reliance." 136 days . . . January 9 to May 24, 1938 With calls at historic ports in the Mediterranean and the most interesting countries of the Orient NORTH CAPE CRUISE The annual Raymond-Whitcomb summer cruise to Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Danzig and Russia. To sail June 26, 1937, in the Cunard White Star liner "Franconia." $525 up. WESTERN EUROPE CRUISE A summer cruise along the shores of Western Europe from Portugal to Norway, including Brittany, Ireland and Scotland. To sail June 26, 1937, in the French Line S. S. "Paris." $565 up. For particulars see your local travel agent . . . or RAYM OND-I HIT COMB New York: T70 Fifth Ave. (at 53rd Street) Boston : 145 Tremnont St. & 122 Newbury St. Philadelphia: 1517 Walnut St. Cleveland: 841 Union Trust Bldg. Chicago: 320 No. Michigan Ave.