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SOUTH AMERIC MEDITERRANEAN Moore-McCormack "Sea-Safari" Cruise on the luxury ' liner ss Brasil March 10, 1961 62 days, 5 seas, 18 faraway ports Break away from your usual vacation scenes. Come aboard a big white cruise liner for a close-up look at some of the world's most fascinating places. No rush, no time-tables to check, no worrying about how little luggage to take or how to bring back all the exotic things you'll want to buy. Less than 24 hours out of March winds in New York- you're in the warm blue waters of the Gulf Stream. South America will show you Rio's incomparable har bor; skyscrapered Sao Paulo; cosmopolitan Buenos Aires. A stop at tiny, isolated Tristan da Cunha-then Africa, heart of your "Sea-Safari" Cruise. Rio's spectacular harbor. High on Mount Corcovado stands this huge statue of Christ blessing the city. Ancient civilizations and mod em cities; big game preserves -the Sultan's palace in clove scented Zanzibar; the Red Sea and Suez; Sicily and the blue Mediterranean-all this and more on this story book cruise! From New York to Barbados, Rio, Santos (Sio Paulo), Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Tristan da Cunha, Cape Town, Durban, Lourenco Marques, Zanzibar, Mombasa, Djibouti, Suez, Alexandria, Messina, Naples, Barcelona, Lisbon, return ing to New York May 10. In every port, your air condi tioned ship is your hotel, wait ing to welcome you back from sightseeing and shopping. ss BRASIL is all first class, all outside staterooms. Designed specifically for long cruises, she has ample space per passenger, has become a favorite of ex perienced travelers. Superb food, carefully cho sen wines. One sitting in the Dining Salon. The fun of planned activities when you want them. Time-precious time-to relax. The fares for this travel vaca tion start at $2,185, about $35 a day. Your Travel Agent has details and also brochures-or write to Moore-McCormack at the address below. The great Sphinx and Pyramids thrilling, no matter how many photographs you've seen before. The ruins of Roman Pompeii, with Vesuvius in the background-you can visit Capri, Ischia, Rome, too. ToursAshore byAmericanExpress /7 MOORE-M CORM1AC Two Broadway N.Y.4.N.Y.