National Geographic : 1930 Jul
The charm and personality of this World Cruise ship . . Charm and personality belong not only to enchanting people... a ship can possess them too ... the Franconia does . . . The inherent ability to please, to amuse, to fall in line with your every wish, be it a desire for the sophisti cated pleasures of a luxurious club, or the health giving exercises of a perfect gymnasium and swimming pool. The Franconia affords the most modern ... the Utopian opportunity to sail the seven seas .. . to see the world. Yield to her lure ... find new horizons . . . explore the secret, rose coloured city of Petra ... at Singapore cross over to Johore . . . see how a native prince lives in a gorgeous palace in Eastern splendor S.. treat yourself to some rare treasure in the Pettah at Colombo . . . thrill to gorgeous Bali . . . look over the Son of Heaven's fairy palace at Peking. The Franconia sails Eastward on January 10 returns May 28 ... again two world-famous leaders of travel join their 179 years of experience, achievement and tradition. Also Westward Around the World in the Samaria Sailing from New York Dec. 3 Literature and full information from your local agent or THIS MAGAZINE IS FROM OUR PRESSES JUDD & DETWEILER, INC. Iaater Ilrintprs ECKINGTON PLACE AND FLORIDA AVENUE WASHINGTON. D. C. SOUTH AMERICA DIRECT TO RIO-12 DAYS Yjk/ No Intermediate Stops PRINCES FORTNIGHTLY service on the famous "Prince" ships provide for the fastest time to Rio de Janeiro, Santos and Montevideo with 17-day service to Buenos Aires. Accommodations for first-class passen gersonly. Reservations and literature at authorized tourist agents' or Furness Prince Line, 34 Whitehall St. (where Broadway begins), or 565 5th Ave., N. Y. C. Prince Line Service has been continuous between New York and South America for 35 years FI1NEMSs '7-~/S r IM[NIE "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."