National Geographic : 1961 Aug
sail away to Europe on Cunard's vacaTiON iSLaND What's your idea of a vacation? Dancing, swimming, fine food? A chance to relax and be waited on hand and foot? Meet new people, get some fresh sea air into your lungs? Escape from the nerve-fraying tensions of supersonic daily life? Well, look no further! Each sail ing of Cunard's ten Vacation Islands-headed by the stabilizer-equipped superliners Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary-includes your kind of vacation in the cost of the transportation. A perfectly relaxed way to begin and end a pleasure or business trip to Europe. You owe it to yourself to discover the timeless offer ings of these sophisticated resorts-at-sea. An average of three weekly Cunard sailings from New York and Canada throughout the year... which means greatest choice in whatever season you choose! Ask about the all-season vacation cruise program: Caronia to the Med iterranean, Aug. 29, Oct. 3, and May 1, 1962; to the South Pacific and Far East, Jan. 27, 1962... gala Maure- Getting there is half the fun... GO tania Winter Sunshine Cruises to the West Indies and South America. Also, regularly scheduled Cunard Eagle Airways flights from New York to Bermuda, from Miami to Nassau.... with weekly connections to London. QUEEN ELIZABETH * QUEEN MARY CUNARD EAGLE AIRWAYS MAURETANIA * CARONIA * SYLVANIA * MEDIA Consult your travel agent. PARTHIA * CARINTHIA * IVERNIA * SAXONIA CUNARD LINE: Main office in U.S. 25 Broadway, N. Y.