National Geographic : 1934 Mar
PHOTOGRAPHED IN NATURAL COLOR TH1515 e A CRUISE!1 THE ROUTE-a 17 day luxury-adventure cruise thru the American tropics, visiting 8 foreign ports of call, where only GRACE Line stops. While your ship awaits, leisurely inland visits to the capitals of El Salvador and Guatemala; and trips ashore into Havana, Cartagena, Barranquilla, Mazatlan, with stopover privileges. THE SHIP-one of the four new (the newest) super-liners, especially built for cruising tropical waters; all First Class outside staterooms with private bath; duplex dining saloon on top-deck with roll back dome, so that you may dine under the stars! The largest outdoor tiled pool; the Club with every sophisti cated appointment of a smart night club; Dorothy Gray beauty salon; gymnasium; telephone in every room; and a superb cuisine planned particularly for the tropics. THE COST-on popular Cabin Liners, ridiculously low; on new GRACE "Santas", an outside room with private bath, slightly higher, of course. Cruise-tours, home town to hometown, one way rail, one way GRACE "Santa", $90 additional. WEEKLY SAILINGS-GRACE Cruises sail every Friday from New York and weekly from Pacific Coast ports (Seattle, Victoria, B. C ., San Francisco and Los Angeles). FOR INFORMATION-see your travel agent or write Department NG-twenty seven, GRACE Line: 10 Hanover Square, New York; 230 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago; 2 Pine Street, San Francisco; or 525 West 6th Street, Los Angeles.