National Geographic : 1930 Sep
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE CRU SES Around the 7orld on the RESOLUTE A lifetime's experience in 140 "QUEEN OFCRUISING STEAMSHIPS" days! Avast and vivid panorama of the world's scenic wonders a gorgeous pageant ofdifferentpeoples, contrasting customs-on "TheVoyage of Your Dreams." 33 strange lands-Egypt and the Holy Land-Somaliland and a Tour Across India-Indo-China and Siam-Angkor Wat and the Island of Bali-Ceylon, Java and Borneo-China, Japan and Hawaii. Drink in their mysterious beauty-gather their exquisitesilks, carvings andcurios. And all the timeyouareenjoying theluxuryandcool com fort of the "Queen of Cruising Steamships." EASTWARD Rates, $2000 and up, include an extraordi nary program of shore excursions to innu merablepointsofscenicand historicinterest. iFRM NEW YORK JANUARY 6, 1931 Visiting each country at the ideal season Mediterranean andAdriatic On the luxurious S. AHere is The Mediterranean Cruise de Luxe .S. for 1931. Never has there been any to equal it! Every country bordering the Mediterranean and Adriatic will be visited. The cruise follows the seasons-outward along the Coast of Africa; homeward along the European Coast. FROM 70 days (New York to New York). The price, in- NEW YORK cluding a great program of shore excursions, JAN. 31 1931 is $950 up, with return passage Southampton by any ship of the In Line up to December 31, 1931. Also short cruises in the Mediter- W est Indies ranean by S. S. Ocean, from European ports. Another season of those far-fame ure Pirate Pilgrimages," from N< HAMBUKG-AMERICO , 1N I d "Pleas ew York: Special Christmas Cruises on the ever-popular S. S . RELIANCE and RESOLUTE, 16 days, $200 and up; four other Write for desc Winter cruises on the literature of the famous RELIANCE, cruise in which you 16 to 27 days, $200 and $300 and up. 39 BROADWAY NEW YORK Branches in Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Philadelphia, St. Louis, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Edmonton, Vancouver, or local steamship agents.