National Geographic : 1932 Aug
Also Regular Sailings to EUROPE via the De Luxe Southern Route on the Conte GRANDE, ROMA, AUGUSTUS-Cosulich Liners VULCANIA and SATURNIA REX-Largest Vessel Built Since the World War. 54,000 gross tons. Maiden Trip from Genoa Sept. 27; from N. Y.Oct. 8. Conte di SAVOIA- Only Stabilized Liner Afloat. 48,000 gross tons. Maiden Trip from Genoa Nov. 8; from N. Y. Nov. 19. joa/i eway WORLD CRUISE AUGUSTUS JANUARY 14-MAY 20, 1933 Presenting the most distinguished Round-the World sailing of 1933. With Lido all the way, the Augustus offers to world travelers the same high regime of aristocratic living for which the Southern Route to Europe is renowned. 33,000 tons - one of the largest ships ever to cir cumnavigate the earth! Big enough to be steady and staunch in all weathers ... big enough to pro vide the famous Lido Deck . . . big enough to include a spacious, lofty Dining Saloon on the Promenade Deck! Study her deck plans! Consider her renowned cuisine and service. Compare her itinerary ... including Tripoli and all the most desirable world ports. Figure the economies of the abnormal low rate-$2,100 up including 51 complete shore excursions. And decide once and for all that your World Cruise must be the most richly satisfying one you can take. Forinformation, reservations, etc., apply to 1State St., New Tork City or local agent ITALIAN LINE In Co-operation with THE AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.