National Geographic : 1931 Dec
THE MONARCH OF B E RM UDA // 7 am the Monarch of 3ermuda. Iplace myself at your command for the most gloriousshort -/ sea=voyagein the world. Comeand e served!" So might the great new "Furness" ship speak for her self. Nor could another lay claim to her throne. No other liner afloat offers, as she does, a private bath with every room, even in second class! And every detail of her design is keyed to that great refinement. Two swimming-pools, two night-club cafe's, a sports dech large enough for a dozen tournaments .. many unusual features undreamed-of before are realities now on the "Monarch of Bermuda." Rejoice with us in this super-luxury liner of 28,o60 displacement tons. She awaits your pleasure for a modern two-day voyage to Bermuda! For sailings on the "Monarch of Bermuda", her running mate the M. S . "Bermuda", 25,750 tons displacement, or the S.S."Carinthia", apply to any authorized travel agent or the Furness Bermuda Line, 34 Whitehall St. (where Broadway begins) or 565 Fifth Avenue, New York City. IFUINES d tAe wyto BERMUDA PRESS OF JUDD & DETWEILER. INC. WASHINGTON, D. C.