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 Canadian Pacific   EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA
TURBINE  ENGINES  (OIL FUEL)    21,850 TONS GROSS REGISTER; 32,800 TONS DISPLACEMENT;        LENGTH   615 FEET;        BREADTH   75   FEET;       SPEED, 18 '32   KNOTS
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EMPRESS    OF    AUSTRALIA,    FIRST-CLASS     DINING    SALOON.
EMPRESS    OF    AUSTRALIA,     FIRST CLASS     ROOM,     No.    455.
EMPRESS    OF    AUSTRALIA.     LOUNGE.
EMPRESS    OF     AUSTRALIA,     LOUNGE     AS     BALL      ROOM.
EMPRESS    OF    AUSTRALIA,   TOURIST    THIRD    CABIN     DINING     ROOM.
EMPRESS    OF    AUSTRALIA,  TOURIST    THIRD    CABIN     SMOKE     ROOM. September 19
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Canadian Pacific
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA
TRANS -ATLANTIC
TURBINE    ENGINES   - OIL FUEL.
32,800 TONS DISPLACEMENT GROSS REGISTER, 21,850 TONS.
LENGTH, 615 FEET;   BREADTH, 75 FEET; SPEED, I8_ KNOTS.
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The Drawing Room, indicative of luxury and a clublike air of ease
Room 153, richly decorated and designed for gracious I
SPACIOUS
DECKS
On the Promenade Deck is the Lounge-Ball Room—furnished in Empire style, with
an abundance of easy chairs and settees—as comfortable as it is charming. A glass dome
extends through the deck above, and full-length windows afford natural lighting and
ventilation. This room is the gay scene of many dances and fancy dress balls.
Adjoining it is the Drawing Room, finished in white, and containing a library. At the
other end of the Lounge, a beautiful little foyer, leading to the Entrance Hall, is the
popular rendezvous for afternoon tea. The Writing Room also opens off the Entrance Hall.
On the same deck, aft of the Hall, is the large Smoking Room—an attractive room in
Louis XIV style, with oak-panelled walls, tapestries and inviting leather-covered chairs.
Large windows open onto the deck. Still farther aft is the Verandah Cafe, where one
sits in the open air . . . and a cocktail bar adjoining.
On B Deck is the Dining Saloon—in French Regency style, and extending the full
width of the ship. With its lofty ceiling and well-conceived arrangements for lighting,
it is a beautiful room.   Its tables, of various sizes, each seat from two to eight persons.
On D Deck is the large indoor Swimming Pool, in Pompeiian style.
The staterooms are spacious and airy. The passenger accommodation consists of a
series of rooms of various sizes—single, double and in combination—with and without
bath. The majority of the rooms are fitted with regular beds. There are six suites, consisting
of bedroom, sitting room, bathroom and trunkroom—and two of them (on A Deck) have,
in addition, an attractive sun room.
Other features of the EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA include a well-equipped gymnasium.
The ship's shop is a treasure trove of essential articles and delightful novelties.
SHIP WITH  A
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This attractive sitting room is seen from a corner of the bedroom of a suite
The cheerful Smoking Root—its informal atmosphere invites companionship
Printed in Canada, 1936
DESIGNED   FOR
GRACIOUS   LIVING
A corner
Room 128—typical of the single rooms—bright and comfortable
The Tourist Class Dining Saloon is deservedly popular
EMPRESS   OF
AUSTRALIA
The choice of a ship—your home for the duration of
the trip—is a most important feature of your tour,
whether it be a cruise or a trans-Atlantic voyage. The
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA answers every requirement
—size, comfort, pleasant surroundings, and service.
The EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA has a world-wide
reputation. She has several times made the Round-
the-World Cruise, and cruised Norway, the
Mediterranean and the West Indies. She has
travelled every ocean except the Antarctic, and
every principal sea; she is known in all the
principal ports, and her spick-and-span appearance
—white paint, blue ribbon, three buff funnels—
makes a beautiful picture. Everything ship-shape
here from "truck to keelson" ! Oil-burning boilers
operating turbine engines ^_____^^^^^_
take you smoothly over the
seas-large,beautiful lounges
and foyers—spacious staterooms—a steward service
and a dining-room menu unrivalled in any fleet—these
are some of the reasons why
the EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA,
wherever she goes, is always
popular.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
STEAMSHIPS
The EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA is a mail-carrying
liner of 21,850 tons gross register with a length
of 615 feet and a beam of 75 feet. Most of the
lounges and public rooms are on the Promenade
Deck, above which is the Boat Deck. Passenger
accommodation on cruises is on decks A, B, C,
D and E. Two elevators serve decks A, B, C and
D. A spacious Cafe, and tiled open-air swimming pool are the central features of the Lido
which extends to the stern of the ship.
To provide more comfort during the months the
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA'S passengers spend on
cruises in tropical temperatures, additional air
conditioning by forced ventilation is provided.
. the multitude of things so
essential to your pleasure,
comfort, safety, entertainment and convenience indicate meticulous care and
attention to detail. A
Beauty Parlor, Barber Shop,
Doctor and Nurses, are included in the complete organization which serves you
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