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 Canadian Pacific Fourth Annual Mediterranean Cruise
18,350  Tons Gross Register
EMPRESS OF FRANCE
From  New  York,  February   12,   1927
27,500  Tons  Displacement
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Akwt ■_ (Maine Salooa-Dwc- D THE EMPRESS OF FRANCE
Of the large Canadian Pacific fleet of passenger ships tliere is none more admirably
mited for a cruise than the Empress of France. The last word in modernism in her
nterior arrant-merits, she resi-inlilcs a palatial hotel rather than an ocean steamship.
3he is one of the largest, finest and steadiest ships in the Atlantic service, and is
the Holder of the speed record from Liverpool to Quebec. To her fell the honor ol
o and from Canada.
Quadruple Screws
Speed, 19 >_ Knots
7 Decks for Passengers
Elevator
Gymnasium
c decks, but, owing to the limited
cruise, and these are served by an
: regular beds.    Not
carrying the heir to the British thre
The following details are of interest :—
18,350 Tons Gross Register
27,500 Tons Displacement
Length, 600 Feet
Breadth, 72 Feet
Oil Fuel; Turbine Engines
THE STATEROOMS are distributed o'
membership, only four decks will be used c
The rooms are handsomely furnished and the majority hai
more than two persons will be placed in a room, except by requc
There are many rooms with only one.bed for those who prefer to be alone.
Rooms with private bath and toilet are provided in abundance, and there are
suites consisting of bedrooms, sitting room, private bath and toilet. Plenty of
bathrooms are available for passengers occupying the regular staterooms not having
_ private bath.
All rooms have electric fans, and the ship is equipped with the most modern
apparatus for forced ventilation.
THE DINING SALOON is 60 feet long by 72 feet wide, and is oak-panelled in
Jacobean style, the central portion being open, with a spacious gallery all around and
a balcony at one end for the orchestra. The woodwork has been treated to give the
appearance of time-mellowed oak. A ceiling in low-relief piaster work, and furniture
—replicas of antique Elizabethan models—complete a faithful representation of the
Jacobean period. Seating is provided at small party tables. Eight alcoves arranged
along the sides of the room give an additional charm and coziness to the apartment.
THE LOUNfcE—BALL ROOM ;s in the style designed by Sir Christopher
Wren for the Royal Apartments at Hampton Court Palace. The centre of the room
is 18 feet high. At either end are.paintii.gs by George Lambert, the Australian
artist, under which are fine carvings in the style of C.rinling Gibbons, the well known
wood-carver. Very great care has been taken in the selection of the furniture, and
all the colors and materials used in this and all the other apartments arc in correct styles
and designs of the periods represented. A handsome fireplace is situated at the forward end, and a specially fine mirror at the opposite end of the room. A carved
trophy at one end is by Mark Rogers, one of the most celebrated wood-carvers in
England. A special charm is given to this beautiful apartment by six large bow
windows and a magnificent skvlitjit extending its full length.
THE LIBRARY—WRITING ROOM follows the decoration in vogue in the
reign of William and Mary, and is reminiscent of some of the apartments in Kensington Palace. The book-cases in the room are copies of those in Pcpys' Library,
Magdalen College, Cambridge, which contain the celebrated Pepys' Diaries.
THE DRAWING ROOM is a splendid reproduction of the decorative art of the
Brothers Adam, who nourished at the end of the eighteenth century. The marble
mantelpiece is a beautiful example of antique stone-work. The room is 20 feet
long by 30 feet wide.
THE SMOKING ROOM, of King james- period, is one of the most handsome
rooms on any ship, It is in two tiers, and a special feature is the staircase leading
to the gallery. The fireplace is copied from the celebrated example at Old Place,
l.indfield, Sussex. The furniture is copied from the well-known originals at Knole,
Kent, the seat of Lord Sackville.
The staircases and corridors arc also in the early Jacobean style.
THE GYMNASIUM ;s fitted with the latest appliances for affording health-
giving exercise, including electrical horses, electrical vibrator, bicycles, sculling
machine, electrical massage machine, Dowd exercisers, Swedish wall bars, weighing
machine, medicine balls, fencing equipment and bucking horse. There will be
classes for ladies and gentlemen and private appointments may be made with the
instructor if desired, also appointments for fencing instruction.
FACILITIES— The Empress of France has every facility of the modern hotel:
stenographer, barber, ladies' hairdresser, manicurist, masseur, masseuse, surgeon,
professional nurses, valet service, photographer, novelty shop, daily newspaper, etc.
The ship is equipped with long range radio capable of maintaining communication
with land at all times.
ENTERTAINMENT—Th(, hours aboard ship will pass all too quickly, as there
will be so many interesting things to do—deck tennis, deck golf, quoits, shuffle-
board, sports tournaments, bridge, concerts, birthday parlies, masquerade and
fancy dress balls, dancing, gymnasium, lectures, fraternal meetings and moving
pictures.
The library contains a special collection of books on travel, adventure and foreign
countries. In addition a representative collection of all current literature will be
placed on board, thus ensuring the latest publications being available.
There will be two orchestras, one for concerts and the other for dancing.
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Plan of
Canadian Pacific
EMPRESS OF FRANCE
TRANS -ATLANTIC
GEARED TURBINE-QUADRUPLE SCREWS - OIL BURNING.
27,600 TONS DISPLACEMENT;   GROSS REGISTER, 18,400 TONS.
|       LENGTH, 600  FEET:   BREADTH, 72 FEET. SPEED I9_KN0TS.
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Plans and Views   of
Canadian Pacific
Empress Liners
TRANS -PACIFIC
EMPRESS OF  FRANCE
GEARED TURBINE,  TWIN SCREWS;   OIL BURNING;   GROSS REGISTER I8.400TONS-,
27;600 TONS   DISPLACEMENT;     LENGTH    600 FEET-,        BREADTH        72  FEET.
SEE    OTHER    SIDE    FOR   F»IL__TS.    OF   ^HIP
EMPRESS    OF    FRANCE,    FIRST-CLASS    LOWER    SMOKE    ROOM.
EMPRESS    OF    FRANCE,    FIRST-CLASS    LOUNGE    AS    BALL-ROOM.
V
EMPRESS    OF    FRANCE,    SUITE   C     BEDROOM    C37    TO    SITTING    ROOM.
EMPRESS    OF    FRANCE,    FIRST-CLASS    DINING    SALOON.
EMPRESS    OF    FRANCE,    CABIN    57.
EMPRESS    OF    FRANCE,    TOURIST   THIRD    LOUNGE.
EMPRESS    OF    FRANCE,    F)RST-CLASS    DRAWING    ROOM.
EMPRESS    OF    FRANCE,    TOURIST    THIRD    SMOKE-ROOM. DECK A
DECK A
TRANS-ATLANTIC
EMPRESS  OF  FRANCE
TURBINE   ENGINES—QUADRUPLE-SCREWS
18,481   TONS   GROSS   REGISTER,  22,200   TONS   DISPLACEMENT
LENGTH, 600 FEET;   BREADTH, 72  FEET;   SPEED, IS* KNOTS
DECK  B
JULY,    182 3.

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