National Geographic : 1937 Feb
. . IN MID-WINTER, TOO! O NE THING ONLY permits all year Lido life at sea-the amazing constant mildness of the Southern Route! Actual midwinter weather statistics* in the Atlantic generally show temperatures forty to fifty degrees higher than in New York. That's why the sweeping Lido Decks of Italian liners are crowded with sunbathers on every winter voyage ... enjoy ing sports, "beach life" and outdoor relaxation. ® For a direct crossing choose the super-liners Rex or gyro-stabilized Conte di Savoia, or the popular Roma. For a leisurely itinerary in cluding as many as ten fascinating ports, book on the newly remodeled Saturnia or Vulcania. * Ask for booklet "Why it is called the Mild Southern Route." Apply your TRAVEL AGENT or nearest Italian Line Office: New York: 624 Fifth Ave.; Philadelphia: 1601 Walnut St.; Boston: 86 Arlington St.; Cleve land: 944 Arcade, Union Trust Bldg.; Chicago: 333 North Michigan Ave.; San Francisco: 386 Post St.; New Orleans: 1504 American Bank Bldg.; Montreal: 1133 Beaver Hall Hill; Toronto: 159 Bay St.