National Geographic : 1964 Feb
P&O-Orient'sChusan sails from San FranciscoMay 3 on a 48-day voyage to the Orient, India, and Europe. Fares from just $821. "The biggest bloomin' ships sailing the seven seas" are P&O-Orient liners. One leaves for the Orient May 3. SOUR photograph shows less than a 'tenth of the open deck that's yours for games, snooz ing, dancing-or flying kites-on a giant P&O-Orient liner. These ships are the largest and fastest in round-the-world serv ice. Each air-conditioned P&O Orient liner has at least six caf6s, two ballrooms, two pools, two libraries, and a British crewman for every two passengers. The service is quietly spectac ular. It has to be-to satisfy the international travelers on P&O Orient. Yet a P&O-Orient voyage can cost less by the day than you'd pay at a landlocked resort hotel. Here's just a sampling of P&O Orient's vacation voyages from the West Coast. You can take a 40-day round trip to Australia and the South Pacific for as little as $948 first class, $776 tourist. Go round the whole bloomin' Pacific for as little as $865. Or sail to Eu rope via the Pacific, Indian Ocean and Mediterranean for just $770. For free brochures write: Dept. C-5, P&O-Orient, 155 Post St., San Francisco 8. Then see your travel agent-and run away to sea! P&O-Orient Lines: * San Francisco * Los Angeles * Seattle * Honolulu * Vancouver * Elsewhere: Cunard Line, General Passenger Agents.