National Geographic : 1961 Nov
sail away to Europe on Cunard's vacaTiON ISLaND This fall and winter the special delights of a Cunard Vacation Island crossing are yours at much lower rates! New low Excursion Fare from November 1, 1961 through February 28, 1962 saves 25% on every Cunard round-trip . . . permits 21 full days in un crowded Europe. Think of it! Sail round-trip in the stabilizer-equipped superliners Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary for as little as $627* in First Class . . . $388* in Cabin Class ... and under $300* in Tourist Class. All the pleasures of Cunard hospitality- inter national cuisine, impeccable British service, fun afloat -just as they are in any season. Before or after Excur sion Fare dates, and for extended stays in Europe, you can still enjoy the substantial savings of Cunard Thrift Season. Discover for yourself. . . there's no bigger bargain on the Atlantic than a Cunard crossing! *Minimum rates round-trip to England; to France slightly higher Cruise vacations, too: Caronia to the South Pacific and Far East, Jan. 27, 1962; to Mediterranean, May 1, 1962 S.. Mauretania Winter Sunshine Cruises to the West Indies, Dec. to Apr. or 38- Getting there is half the fun... GO day Mediterranean Cruise, Feb. 3, 1962. Cunard by air: Round-trip Cunard Eagle Airways fares New York-Ber muda $95 Tourist; Miami-Nassau $33 Tourist; Miami-London $540 Econo my. Consult your travel agent. QUEEN ELIZABETH ' QUEEN MARY CUNARD LINE MAURETANIA CARONIA SYLVANIA CUNARD EAGLE AIRWAYS CARINTHIA IVERNIA SAXONIA Main office in U. S. 25 Broadway, N. Y.