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'96>*.-4. * "Empress of Canada", 27,300 gross register tons, 650 feet long, stabilized, air-conditioned, specially designed for cruising sub-tropic seas
"Empress of England", 640 feet long, 25,500 tons, stabilized, air-conditioned... and well known in Caribbean ports
ATLANTIC OCEAN
CRISTOBAL
Canal Zone
CARTAGENA
Colombia
WILLEMSTAD
•   Curacao
ORT-DE-FRANCE*
Martinique
KINGSTOWN
St. Vincent   •
ST. GEORGES
Grenada
BRIDGETOWN
Barbados
LA  GUAIRA
Venezuela
• PORT OF SPAIN
Trinidad
WUTHA
AMERICA, Choose Your Cruise
Choose Your Empress
Your Choice is Right
Two magnificent white cruise liners —
Canadian Pacific, of course — are yours to
command this winter for cruises of
West Indies-South American waters ... far
from wintry winds and the snow-bound north.
Take your choice ... you can't go wrong ...
Canadian Pacific flagship "Empress of Canada"
or... also as luxurious as a royal yacht,
"Empress of England".
Ports? Take your choice again. Canadian Pacific,
with a wealth of experience, offers short or long
cruises with a wide variety of itineraries.
Spacious bed re
"Empress of Canada"
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The Carleton Restaurant, cruise dining room of "Empress of Canada'
i bed, one berth — comfort and
"Empress of Canada", newest cruise ship, offers the latest
in passenger comfort, appointments and decor. Add years of
Canadian Pacific cruising experience, shore excursions by
leading Tourist Companies, and you have a promise of enjoyment,
relaxation and healthful winter holiday.
Cruise passengers — all First Class — have the full run of the
ship ... decks open to the southern sun, or glass-enclosed and
air-conditioned .. . public rooms on  Sports,  Promenade and
Empress decks ... two clubrooms, three lounges, modern
cinema, pools — outdoors and in, two libraries, diningroom
full width of the ship.
EMPRESS OF CANADA
West Indies —South America Cruises
FROM NEW YORK-1961-62
First Cruise — December 21st —14 Days
PORT ARRIVE
New York Thurs.
St. Thomas Sun.
Fort-de-France Tues.
Port of Spain Wed.
Curacao Fri.
Kingston Sun.
Port-au-Prince Mon.
New York Thurs.
Dec.
24
9 AM
Dec.
26
7 AM
Dec.
27
9 AM
Dec.
29
7 AM
Dec.
31
7 AM
Jan.
1
10 AM
Jan.
4
3  PM
10  AM Mon
LEAVE
Thurs.
Dec.
21
11  AM
Mon.
Dec.
25
5 AM
Tues.
Dec.
26
7 PM
Wed.
Dec.
27
7  PM
Fri.
Dec.
29
7  PM
Sun.
Dec.
31
7  PM
Mon.
Jan.
1
6  PM
Second Cruise — January 6th —15 Days
New York Sat.
San Juan
....  Tues.    Jan.
St. Thomas  Wed. Jan. 10
Bridgetown  Fri. Jan. 12
St. George's  Sat. Jan. 13
La Guaira        Mon. Jan. 15
Curacao  Tues. Jan. 16
Montego Bay  Thurs. Jan. 18        7 AM Thurs.   Jan.    1 i
Jan. 6 1 1   AM
8 AM Wed.   Jan. 10 2 AM
8 AM Thurs.   Jan. 11 1  AM
8 AM Fri.       Jan. 12 11PM
8 AM Sun.      Jan. 14 2 AM
7 AM Mon.    Jan. 15 6  PM
8 AM Tues.    Jan. 16 7  PM
4  PM
New York Sun.      Jan.    21
4   PM
Third Cruise — January 23rd —15 Days
New York Tues.
Pointe-a-Pitre  Sat.
St. Vincent  Sun.
Curacao  Tues.
Cristobal  Thurs.
Kingston  Sat.
Port-au-Prince  Sun.
New York  Wed.
Jan.
27
Jan.
28
Jan.
30
Feb.
1
Feb.
3
Feb.
4
Feb.
7
7 AM  Sat.
7 AM  Sun.
7 AM  Tues.
7 AM  Thurs.
7 AM  Sat.
10 AM  Sun.
3  PM
Jan.
23
11
AM
Jan.
27
7
PM
Jan.
28
7
PM
Jan.
30
6
PM
Feb.
1
11
PM
Feb.
3
7
PM
Feb.
4
6
PM
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® Upper berths may b
Children 1 0 years and i
Port Taxes are addition
Deposit of 25% of passage money i
When cancellations occur offer tickets
unlets accommodation is resold.
ed in these rooms is convertible to a sofa.
"Studio" Rooms are each fitted with one folding bed and one bed cc
be fitted in these rooms for third passenger, if desired, minimum fare
be fitted in these rooms for third and fourth passengers, if desired, n
J over, full adult fare; children under ten, fares upon application.
i $2.00.
-ertible into a sofa.
ill apply for third passenger.
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modation will be placed on sale for passengers' account and no refunds
Empress of Canada
CRUISE FARES
14-day Cruise
15-day Cruise
15-da
, Cruise
December 21, 1961
January 6, 1962
January
23, 1962
Room
Each
Room
Each
Each
Line
DESCRIPTION AND ROOM NUMBERS
Alone
For Two
Alone
For Two
Alone
For Two
Line
EMPRESS DECK
1
1-OUTSIDE—1  Bed with Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet ®E5, E6
$1130
$1130
$1210
2
1-INSIDE— 1 Bed with Shower and Toilet E9, E10, El 1, E12, E30, E31
860
860
920
2
3
2.0UTSIDE—2 Beds with Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet EI, E2, E3, E4
2-OUTSIDE—2 Beds with Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
$1035
$1035
$1105
3
4
E7, E8, El4, El 5, Eli, El7, El 8, EI9, E24, E25, E26, E27, E28, E29
2.0UTSIDE—1  Bed, 1   Convertible Sofa Bed with Tub Bath, Shower
1060
1060
1135
4
5
and Toilet E34, E35, E38, E39
1090
1090
1 165
5
6
2-INSIDE—2 Beds with Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet E32, E33, E36, E37
850
7
2-INSIDE— 1  Bed, 1  Upper Berth with Shower and Toilet E21, E23
855
570
855
570
915
610
7
e
2-INSIDE—2 Beds with Shower and Toilet E20, E22
UPPER DECK
780
780
835
8
9
1-OUTSIDE—1 Bed with Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet ®U3, U4, U28, U29
1130
1130
1210
10
I-OUTSIDE—1 Bed with Shower and Toilet ®U24, U25, U26, U27
1-INSIDE—1  Bed with Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
JUl, U2, U30, U31, U32, U33, U40, U41, U42, U43, U44, U45, U46,    \
1060
1060
1135
10
11
\U47, U54, U55, U56, U57                                                                                 J
2-OUTSIDE—2 Beds with Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
950
950
1015
11
12
U34, U35, U38, U39, U48, U49, U52, U53, U62, U63
2-OUTSIDE—1  Bed, 1  Convertible Sofa Bed with Tub Both, Shower
1040
1040
1 110
12
13
and Toilet U5, U6, U7, US, U9, U10, Ul I, U12, U14, U15
1060
1060
14
2-OUTSIDE—2 Beds with Shower and Toilet ®U36, U37, U50, U51
2-INSIDE—2 Beds with Shower and Toilet
890
890
950
14
15
©U58, U59, U60, U61, U68, U69, U70, U7I
750
750
800
16
2-INSIDE—2 Beds with Shower and Toilet ®U20, U21
VERANDAH  SUITES—2 Beds with Tub Bath, Shower, Toilet and
Sitting Room with Convertible Sofa Bed
750
750
800
16
17
U16, U17, U18, UI9, U22.U23
SUITES—Bedroom, Sitting Room, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
IU34-U36*, U35-U37*, U36-*U38, U37*-U39, U48-U50*, U49-U51*,    1
1260
1260
1350
17
16
\U50*-U52, U51*-U53                                       * Sitting Rooms                       J
2-OUTSIDE—1  Bed, 1  Upper Berth with Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
1450
1450
1540
18
19
U64, U65, U66, U67, U72, U73, U74, U75
2-OUTSIDE—I  Bed, 1  Upper Berth with Shower and Toilet
JU78, U79, U80, U81, U82, U83, U88, U89, U90, U9I, U102, U103,    \
960
640
960
640
1025
685
19
20
\U108, U109,U116, Ul 1 9                                                                                  J
2-INSIDE—1  Bed, 1 Upper Berth with Toilet
[U76, U77, U84, U85, U86, U87, U92, U93, U94   U95, U96, U97,     }
885
590
885
590
945
630
20
21
U98,   U99,   U100,   U101,   U104,   U105,   U106,   U107,   U112,   U114,     \
1U115, U117,U122,U125
750
500
750
500
800
535
21
22
2-OUTSIDE—2 Beds with Shower and Toilet ©U1 1 8, U1 21
810
810
865
23
2-INSIDE—2 Beds with Toilet ®U1I0, Ull 1, UI20, U123
MAIN DECK
2-OUTSIDE—1  Bed, 1  Upper Berth with Shower and Toilet
560
560
600
23
24
M44, M45, M48, M49, Ml 1 8, Ml 1 9, Ml 24, Ml 25, Ml 48
795
530
795
530
845
565
24
25
2-OUTSIDE—I Bed, 1 Upper Berth M14, M15, M20, M2I, M26, M27
2-INSIDE— 1 Bed, 1 Upper Berth with Toilet
(M42, M43, M46, M47, M57, M58, M61, M62, M63, M64, M69, M70,
M71, M72, M99, M100, M101, M102, M107, M108, M109, Ml 10,
630
420
630
420
675
450
25
26
{M116,  MI17,  M122,  M123,  M142,  M143,  M144,  M145,  M152,
Ml53,  M154,  M155,  M156,  M157,  MI58,  M159,  MI62,  M163,
(MI64, Ml65, Ml68, Ml 69, Ml78, Ml79, Ml 82, Ml 83
2-INSIDE—1  Bed, 1  Upper Berth
(Ml, M2, M9, M10, Ml 1, M12, M16, M17, M18, M19, M22, M23,     1
660
440
660
440
755
470
26
27
\M24, M25, M28, M29, M67, M68                                                                   J
2-OUTSIDE—2 Beds with Shower and Toilet
585
390
605
410
625
415
27
M40, M41, M52, M53, M55,  M56, M59, M60, M65, M66, M73,
M74, M77, M78, M81, M82, M89, M90, M97, M98, M105, M106,
28
©
M114,  M115,  M128,  M129,  M132,  M133,  M136, M137,  M146,
M147, M160,  M161,  M166,  MI67,  M172, M173,  MI76,  M177,
M180, MI81.MI84,M185
770
770
825
28
29
2-OUTSIDE—2 Beds with Toilet ©M34, M35, M36, M37
530
530
565
30
2-OUTSIDE—2 Beds ®M3, M4, M7, M8, M30, M31
2-INSIDE —2 Beds with Toilet
fM32, M33, M38, M39, M50, M51, M54, M75, M76, M79, M80,    1
IM83, M84, M85, M86, M87, M88, M91, M92, M93, M94, M95, M96,
490
490
525
30
31
®{M103,  M104, Mill, M112,  M120, Ml 21, Ml 26,  M127, M130,     }
M13I,  M134,  M135,  M138,  M139,  MI40, M141, M150,  M151,
|M170,MI71, M174.M175
470
470
500
31
32
2-INSIDE—2 Beds ®M5, M6
RESTAURANT DECK
420
420
450
32
33
2-OUTSIDE—1   Bed, 1   Upper Berth R3, R4, R5, R6, R34, R35, R40, R4I
2-INSIDE—1  Bed, 1 Upper Berth
/R7, R8, R9, R10, Rl I, R12, R14, R15, R16, R17, R18, R19, R24, R25,     1
585
390
605
410
625
415
33
34
\R26, R27, R30, R31, R32, R33, R38, R39, R54, R55                                      J
2-OUTSIDE—2 Beds
565
375
600
400
600
400
34
35
©Rl, R2, R20, R21, R22, R23, R28, R29, R44, R48, R52
2-INSIDE—2 Beds
420
435
450
35
36
©R36, R37, R42, R46, R50
420
435
36
-EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS Specially designed for cruising, "Empress of Canada"
is air-conditioned throughout—even to the glass-
enclosed Promenade Deck. In your bedroom you
control the temperature yourself. For your comfort
in travelling there are stabilizers. For your enjoyment
of the unforgettable voyages between tropic ports
an experienced cruise staff plans varied entertainment.
Empress of Canada
Forget something when you
packed ? The Empress Deck
shopping centre is the answer.
Even to Beauty Salon and Barber
Shop. Enjoy the outdoor Lido or
the attractive "Coral Pool".
^MbAAtK
St. Lawrence Cfob
"Banff Club", verandah cafe open to the Lido Deck
"Mayfair", intimate drawing r
n the Promenade Deck
There's Broadway-type entertainment after dinner, followed
by dancing in The "Canada Room" ... afternoon tea,
bridge or quiet music in "Mayfair".
For the pleasant cocktail hour before luncheon or dinner... or quiet
evenings of genial conversation, two clubrooms invite you. High on
the Promenade Deck the "St. Lawrence Club" is marine in atmosphere.
Aft, overlooking the Lido Deck, the "Banff
Club" is western in its decor. There is bar
service in the "Canada Room" too. Public
room and Deck Stewards are at your
service in their areas.
Scattered about this page in lettering as carefree
as you'll be on your White Empress cruise are names
of the ports you can choose— 16 of them —
divided enticingly from December to March in
14-day,  15-day,  12-day — even  10-day packages.
"You pays your money and you takes your choice"
— and you can't choose wrongly! Every cruise catches
the not too subtle charm of the Caribbean for
your days ashore. Each ship offers the pleasant
delights of typical cruise life at sea.
You just can't go wrong when you go Canadian Pacific! EMPRESS OF ENGLAND
West Indies—South America Cruises
FROM NEW YORK-1962
First Cruise — February 12th —14 Days
PORT ARRIVE
New York Mon.
Fri.
Sat.
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
San Juan  Thurs. Feb.    15 9 AM
Fort-de-France  Sat. Feb.    17        7 AM
Curacao  Mon. Feb.    19        7 AM
Cartagena  Wed. Feb.   21 7 AM
Kingston  Fri. Feb.   23        7 AM
New York  Mon. Feb.   26 5:30  PM
Second Cruise — February 28th —12 Days
New York Wed.
St. Thomas  Sat. Mar.     3        9 AM
La Guaira        Mon. Mar.     5 7 AM
Curacao  Tues. Mar.     6        7 AM
Kingston  Thurs. Mar.     8        7 AM
Port-au-Prince  Fri. Mar.     9
New York  Mon. Mar.   12
LEAVE
Feb. 12
Feb. 16
Feb.   17
Feb.
Feb.
19
21
Feb.   23
Sun.
Mon.
Tues.
Thurs.
10 AM Fri.
3   PM
Feb. 28
Mar. 4
Mar. 5
Mar. 6
Mar. 8
Mar. 9
Third Cruise—March 14th —10 Days
New York Wed.
Nassau Fri. Mar.   16
Kingston Sun. Mar.   18
San Juan Tues. Mar.  20
St. Thomas Wed. Mar.  21
New York Sat. Mar.   24
Noon  Fri.
7 AM  Sun.
7 AM  Wed.
8 AM  Wed.
3   PM
Mar. 14
Mar. 16
Mar. 18
Mar. 21
Mar. 21
11 AM
2 AM
7 PM
7 PM
7 PM
6  PM
11  AM
2 AM
6 PM
7 PM
7 PM
6  PM
11 AM
7 PM
7 PM
2 AM
7  PM
Bougainvillea? Hibiscus? Poinsettia?
Hummingbirds? Parrots? Monkeys? Coconuts?
Papayas? Bananas? Daiquiris? Planters Punch?
Palms? Romance? Tropic Moon? Golden Beaches?
Native Markets? Coral? No need to choose amongst
these ... they're all waiting for you, surrounded
by the incredibly blue Caribbean Sea ...
And ...
To complete the picture .. .
your magnificent White Empress!
Cruise the Caribbean-
The Empress Way
The pattern of living the Empress way is the pattern of your
own choice. If you like to be entertained, just sit back and let the
cruise staff — headed by the Cruise Director and Directress of
Entertainment — plan your activities. They'll provide a daily
round that will keep you busy and interested from "elevenses"
to bedtime ... or ... if you choose, just look at the daily
programme that comes with breakfast and pick out what you
want to do from the activities offered ... shuffleboard, quoits,
deck tennis, ping-pong tournaments,- swimming in the Lido or
indoor pool; bingo, movies, bridge tournaments, library books,
comfortable deck chairs.
Look left and right for the Terrace and Cocktail Bar of "Empress
of England". Both are deservedly popular with carefree cruisers.
Empress of England
CRUISE FARES
14-da
Cruise
12-do
Cruise
10-doy
Cruise
February
February 28, 1962
March }'
, 1962
Room
Each
Room
Each
DESCRIPTION AND ROOM NUMBERS
Alone
For Two
Alone
For Two
Alone
Line
DECK A
OUTSIDE—1  Bed, Tub Both, Shower and Toilet
$995
$850
$710
1
INSIDE—I  Bed, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
A43, A44, A51, A52, A57, A58, A65, A66, A87, A96
3
A39, A40, A41, A42, A53, A54, A55, A56
INSIDE—1  Bed, Shower and Toilet
815
695
580
3
4
/A69, A71, A75, A77, A78, A84, A90, A93, A99, A102, A105, A108,     1
\A114, A120
OUT5IDE—2 Beds, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
815
695
580
4
5
/A45, A46, A49, A50, A59, A60, A63, A64, A73, A79, A82, A85, A88,
\A89, A9I, A94, A98, A100
$900
$770
5
A97, A103, A106, Al 1 I, All 2, A12I, AI24
OUTSIDE—2 Beds, Shower and Toilet
880
755
630
6
A47, A48, A61, A62 (see note ® below)
815
695
7
A74, A76, Al 15, A117, A126, A128
INSIDE —2 Beds, Tub Bath, Shower ond Toilet
785
670
560
8
A80, A86, A92, A95, A101, A104, A109, Al 10, All 9
OUTSIDE —2 Beds, Shower and Toilet
740
635
530
9
10
®;a15, AI6, A21, A22, A31, A32, A127, A129, A131, A133, A136,
\A138, AI40, A142, AI47, A156
725
625
INSIDE—2 Beds, Shower and Toilet
11
A8I, A83, A122
695
595
11
®A1, A2, A4, All, A14, A29, A30, Al 23, AI32, A145, A154
OUTSIDE—1  Bed, 1  Upper, Shower and Toilet
680
580
485
12
A3, A6, A9, A12, A27, A28, A137, AI43, A146, A152
INSIDE—1  Bed, 1  Upper, Shower and Toilet
910
665
780
565
650
475
13
A37, A38, A68, A70, A72, A107, Al 16, Al 1 8
810
630
540
15
|A5, A7, A8, A10, AI7, Al8, A19, A20, A23, A24, A25, A26, AI25,    1
\A134, A135, A139, A141, A144, A148, A150
800
620
685
530
570
440
15
VERANDAH  SUITES—2 Beds, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
Sitting Room with Convertible Sofa Bed
A33, A34, A35, A36, A67
SUITES—Bedrooms, Sitting Rooms, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
/A45-A47*, A46-A48*, A47*-A49, A48*-A50, A59-A61 *, A60-A62*     \
lA61*-A63, A62*-A64                             * Sitting Rooms
1050
900
750
16
1280
1100
915
17
DECK B
OUTSIDE—2 Beds
<B28, B31, B32, B35, B36, B37, B38, B41, B42, B44, B47, B50, B53,     '
18
=    856, B59,  B64,  B67, B72, B75, B86, B89, B92, B95, B100, B101,
|B104, 8109, Bl 12, Bl 15, B116, B119, Bl77, B1B5
515
445
370
18
VB3, B4, B9, 810, Bl 1, BI2, B18, B19, B20, B21, B162, B211
INSIDE—2 Beds
[B24, B26, B34, B39, B40, B48, B60, B63, B68, B70, B71, B73, B74,
505
430
360
19
X B77, Bl 05, B107, BIOS, Bill, Bl 17, Bl 22, 8127, B130, Bl 31,6156,
I.B157, B173, BI83, B189, B19I, B195
OUTSIDE—1 Bed, 1 Upper
470
400
335
20
21
!B25, B27, B29, B88, B90, B91, B93, B97, B99, B102, 8142, B143,
;B144, B145, B146, B147, B148, B149, B150, B151, B167, B169
565
425
365
405
21
81, B2, 8164, $193, B199, B205, B209
INSIDE—1  Bed, 1  Upper
(B22, B23, B30, B33, B43, B45, B46, B49, B51, B52, B54, B55, B57,
|B58, B61, B62, B65, B66, B69, B76, 878, B79, B80, B81, B82, B83,
545
405
460
350
385
290
22
23
IB84, B85, B87, B94, B96, B98, Bl 03, B106, Bl 10, BT Id, Bl I 8, Bl 20,
1B121,  B123,  B124,  Bl 25, BI26,  B128,  B129,  B132, BI33, B134,
B135, B136,  B137,  B138,  B139, B140,  B141, B152,  B153,  B154,
'B155, B159, B16I, BT63, B165, B171, B175, B179, B18I
530
395
450
335
375
280
23
24
/B5, B6, B7, B8, B14, B15, B16, B17, B158, B160, B187, B197, B201,
\B203, B207
520
385
440
325
365
270
24
DECK C
OUTSIDE—2 Beds
®/C11, C12, C16, CI7, C20, C21, C24, C25, C28, C29, C30, C32,
\C36, C40, C42, C44, C46, C48
INSIDE—2 Beds
445
385
320
25
26
®C9, C10, CI4, C15, C18, C19, C22, C23, C26, C27, C38, C43
OUTSIDE—1  Bed, 1 Upper
435
370
310
26
C3, C4, C7, C8, C31, C34, C35, C39, C41
INSIDE—1   Bed, 1  Upper
500
375
440
325
365
270
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480
350
415
300
345
250
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Reminiscent of Broadway's better night
clubs, The Empress Room after dinner on
week nights is the scene of entertainment by
professional artists, followed by dancing
to one of the orchestras.
And when healthful sleep induced by sea
breezes becomes irresistible, there are suites,
double or single rooms ... all air-conditioned
and individually temperature-controlled
that would grace a palace.
Every refinement marine architects could
think of is yours to command when
you cruise the Caribbean the Empress way.
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Cruise life ... by "Empress of
Canada" or "Empress of
England" ... is "out of this
world". You're in a new world
that takes you to old world
scenes in luxury that the
Spanish grandees who led the
way never dreamed of.
Dancing in the Empress Room, "Empress of England"
Spacious glass-enclosed promenades and
sunny open decks in graceful echelon are other
enjoyable features of West Indies-South America
cruises by "Empress of England".
Gracious public rooms, mainly concentrated
on the promenade deck, include the Club Room,
Drawing Room, Empress Room, Smoking Room,
Lounge and Cinema. Beauty Salon, Barber Shop
and Photographer's Shop are on Deck B.
Cruise Offices are on Deck A, Restaurant on Deck C.
"Empress of England", comfortable room for two
Double bedroom, "Empress of England"
Wide as the ship, "Empress of England" Restaurant
Yours to choose from . ..
six luxury cruises in two
luxury ships, "Empress of
Canada", "Empress of
England". Shore arrangements are made by experts from leading Tourist
Companies whose representatives travel with you.
And your choice is always
right when you choose a
Canadian Pacific Empress.
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There's so much to do in every port
... so much to buy . . . perfumes,
hats, bags, bracelets, cameras,
exotic liquors, jewellery ... so much
to see, and to hear.
Canadian Pacific experience — half a century of
giving pleasure ... Canadian Pacific service — personal
to the Nth degree ... Canadian Pacific comfort...
Canadian Pacific cuisine ... These make the difference
between an Empress cruise and ... just a cruise.
What To Pack.
Your good sense tells you, of course, that summery clothes make the wisest wardrobe for your White
Empress adventure to the tropics (but don't forget the New York weather before and after your trip).
Here's a brief run-through of the most popular wear on such cruises:—
On Deck: For sports or sunning, gentlemen favour country club casuals or beachwear, ladies look well in
sunsuits, slacks, shorts and halters.
Dinner and Dancing: For those gentlemen who dress for dinner, black or white dinner jackets, both with
soft shirts, are popular. Milady's choice can range from Paris originals to such basics as cottons or a cocktail
dress. Jackets should always be worn in the restaurant—shorts never.
Ashore: Compromise between formal and informal — most of the citizens in the ports you visit dress for
business—but with the tropic touch. Don't forget comfortable shoes for excursions. And pack extra film
for your camera if it's unusual. Films for standard cameras are stocked aboard your Empress.
Last Word: Don't overpack with washables—your White Empress has laundry and launderette facilities,
also valet and pressing services.
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here and there, modern architecture holding its
own with beautiful construction of by-gone eras,
strange rhythms, bright costumes, tropic plants, gaudy
flowers, lush vegetation — all these call you from
the wintry skies, the snow-filled landscapes of the North.
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SAILING PERMITS
United States citizens, Canadian citizens and United
Kingdom citizens residing in Canada, who are in transit,
do not require sailing permits. All others must possess
sailing permits which may be obtained in New York at
the Bureau of Internal Revenue, 484 Lexington Avenue,
between 46th and 47th Streets.
PASSPORTS AND VISAS
Passports, visas or re-entry permits are not required by
United States citizens, Canadian citizens and alien passengers who have previously been admitted into the
U.S.A. for permanent residence, provided they are taking
the full cruise without trans-shipment or stop-over. Such
passengers, however, should carry documentary proof of
citizenship.
All other nationalities require to be in possession of
valid passports with necessary visas. Aliens residing in the
U.S.A. on a temporary basis must in addition to holding
valid passports have unexpired U.S. visa.
Passengers leaving or joining the cruise at ports of
call must hold valid passports with necessary visas.
VACCINATION CERTIFICATES
All passengers must be in possession of the I nternational
Certificate of Vaccination against smallpox on approved
form of the World Health Organization. This certificate,
to be valid, should have been issued within the past three
years. Passengers who do not hold such certificate will
require to be vaccinated before they will be permitted to
re-enter the United States or Canada.
United States residents are required to use U.S. Public
Health Service Forms PHS-731.
BAGGAGE
Although there is practically no limit to the amount
of personal baggage which may be carried with you in
your "Empress", it is inadvisable for members to burden
themselves with too many trunks and bags. Baggage
which cannot be placed or conveniently accommodated in
the stateroom will be placed in the ship's baggage room,
and will be accessible throughout the cruise.
FACILITIES
Your "Empress" has every facility of the modern
hotel—stenographer, barber, ladies' hairdresser, manicurist, presser, surgeon, trained nurses, daily newspaper, etc.
SHOPPING ON BOARD
The "Empresses" have attractive modern shops at
which may be purchased a variety of articles such as
books, candy, toilet requisites, souvenirs, post-cards and
fancy goods.
PHOTOGRAPHY
A cruise offers exceptional opportunities for photography. Cruise passengers should not take a large supply
of photographic films with them, as hermetically sealed
films are required in the tropics.
At the Photographic Shop, on board, passengers may
purchase coloured and black and white films in all popular
sizes, also coloured cine 8mm and 16mm roll and magazine
Cruise passengers from areas outside the eastern time zone are reminded to set their watches to Eastern Standard Time upon arrival
in New York.
"Empress of Canada" and "Empress of England" sail from Pier 95-97, foot of West 57th Street, Furness Terminals,
North River, New York at 11 a.m. Embarkation commences 8 a.m.
as well as 35mm films in black and white and colour. Films
must be processed ashore.
A professional photographer will be aboard to serve you
and make photographs of any personal groups, parties or
social gatherings aboard or ashore. Photographs of the
ship and of different places ashore can also be obtained.
LAUNDRY
Both "Empresses" are equipped with a modern laundry
and passengers' work is given preferred attention.
IRONING ROOMS
Ironing Rooms equipped with electric irons are available. Please consult your Bedroom Steward or Stewardess
for location.
SHIPBOARD VOLTAGE
Voltage in the "Empresses" is 230, but all staterooms
are fitted with a "Universal" connection, from which the
following types of electric shavers can be operated: 230
volts British make; 230 volts, 165 volts and 110 volts
Continental make; 110 volts American make.
DECK CHAIRS, CUSHIONS, STEAMER RUGS
Passengers may reserve deck chairs, cushions and rugs
when arranging their Cruise booking. Charges for all three
items is $5.00 for 10-12 day Cruises and $7.00 for 14-15
day Cruises.
SHORE EXCURSIONS
Optional shore excursions will be operated by leading
Tourist Companies and tickets may be purchased at the
Cruise Office on board.
RESTAURANT SEATING
Passengers are advised, when completing their booking,
to make known their table reservation preferences. Actual
assignment of seats in the restaurant will be made aboard
the ship.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Divine service will be held on Sundays. An altar is
provided for the celebration of Holy Mass. There will be
a Roman Catholic Chaplain on each cruise.
RADIOTELEPHONE AND WIRELESS SERVICE
Both "Empresses" are equipped with modern long
range radiotelephone and wireless facilities.
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EMPRESS OF CANADA Six Leisurely Caribbean Cruises—Canadian Pacific Style
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EMPRESS OF CANADA
When do you want to get away from ice and snow?
December? January? February? March? Canadian
Pacific offers six leisurely itineraries.
How long do you want to enjoy yourself on your
Caribbean cruise? Nine? Fourteen ? Fifteen ? Sixteen
days? Empress of Canada has the answer.
You can choose an itinerary to give you three,
four, five or six ports between December 20th, 1963
and March 27th, 1964. See...San Juan, Puerto Rico;
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; Willemstad, Curacao;
Cristobal, Panama Canal Zone; Montego Bay and
Kingston, Jamaica; Fort-de-France, Martinique; Port
of Spain, Trinidad; Bridgetown, Barbados.
Emphasis is on leisure...Empress of Canada is a
speedy ship, but she'll just dawdle through the
tropic seas . . . there's organized entertainment for
those who want it...capably handled by the Cruise
Director and Directress of Entertainment...but you
won't be organized...except at the "welcome aboard"
and "au revoir" cocktail parties.
You can choose from: Dancing, bingo, bridge,
deck tournaments, swimming events in Empress of
Canada's two pools —or, for the really indolent, inviting deck chairs in sheltered spots . . . shaded or
sunny, to your taste, deeply upholstered furniture
in the two clubrooms, three lounges, library and
modern cinema. Even bar stools are softly padded!
Like breakfast in bed? There's the keynote for a
leisured day! Lunch in shorts and halter?...or swimming trunks?...you can enjoy it on deck. Like to fuss
once in a while? Try a before-dinner swim, a cocktail at your elbow as you dress and a leisurely dinner
in The Carleton restaurant. Then show off your lady's
gown (and your own quiet elegance) on the dance
floor or at a night-club performance in The Canada
Room. empress of Canada Caribbean cruises 1963-64
shore excursions
BARBADOS—Morning drive by automobile through the historic and rolling countryside around Bridgetown as well as
visits to points of interest in the port itself. Many of the excellent beaches are passed during the drive. Duration 3 hours.
CURACAO*** —Morning drive —enjoy the quaintness of
Holland in this Dutch possession with a trip up Arrarat Hill,
a view of the residential areas and the well known Botanical
Gardens. Duration 1 V2 hours.
FORT-DE-FRANCE— Morning automobile drive shows the
lovely tropical scenery of this important island in the French
West Indies, including the points of interest in Fort-de-France
and St. Pierre. Duration 3 hours.
KINGSTON —Morning drive —see the beautiful Castleton
Gardens, view the harbour from Ram's Horn Mountain and
tour the straw market and residential areas of Kingston.
Duration 3 hours.
"Full day drive by automobile across the island to Ocho
Rios; luncheon is provided at one of the luxurious hotels on
the North Shore. Duration 7V2 hours.
MONTEGO BAY* —Morning drive through the main commercial and shopping areas of the city, then into the scenic
countryside to beautiful residential areas and the many
famous hotels. Duration 2V2 hours.
PANAMA —Full day tour to the Pacific side, including a boat
ride on the Canal, where ships negotiate through locks, and
a patio lunch with native entertainment at the Panama Hilton.
Duration 7 hours.
PORT OF SPAIN —Morning drive by automobile includes
points of interest in the city before going out to beautiful
Maracas Bay, through Santa Cruz Valley. Duration 3 hours.
SAN JUAN*—Morning automobile drive to the old Spanish
section and the new parts of the city, highlighted by visits to
El Morro Fortress and the University. Afternoon drive by auto
to El Yunque Rain Forest, passing through typical towns and
villages, waterfalls, and jungle-like vegetation. Duration each
tour 3 hours.
ST. THOMAS* —Morning drive by auto to Bluebeard's Castle,
then to a mountain top where one can see world famous
hotels and beaches. Duration 3 hours.
'When vessel is scheduled to arrive alter 9.30 a.m. the drive will be
held in the afternoon.
"On the February 7th cruise, the all day tour will not be operated.
''•On   the  February 24th   and  March  flth   cruises,  this  tour  will  not
be operated.
WHAT TO PACK
For Canadian Pacific Caribbean Cruises by Empress of Canada —leisure is
the answer to the problem of "What to pack?" What do you normally
wear at your leisure? That's it! That's what to pack! You'll be at leisure
from start to finish! At leisure aboard a magnificent, completely air-
conditioned cruise-liner, elegant as a royal yacht and waited upon by
stewards and stewardesses whose first thoughts are for your comfort.
So...leave your working clothes at home. Your best times will be enjoyed on board —so you'll want clothes for deck games, swimming,
leisured hours in the sun, dancing, night-clubbing in the swank "Canada
Room", dining in "The Carleton Restaurant" —just what you'd wear in
summer at home or the country club.
No-One's going to tell you what to do —this cruise is your party. If you
want to "dress" for dinner, do by all means. Light-weight dinner jackets,
soft shirts —basic warm-weather gowns, or cocktail dresses enhance the
beautiful public rooms.
The gay informality of country club casuals makes life on deck attractive
...and to soften the convention that men wear jackets and ladies wear
skirts in the Restaurant, there are al fresco luncheons "topside" near the
Sports and Lido Decks where clothes are very casual.
Empress of Canada has an ultra-modern laundry so don't overload with
washables. "Drip-drys" are good space savers for any kind of travelling.
Pack comfortable shoes for shore excursions. Colour and black and
white films are available on board for most cameras. ijour leisurelij
Your leisurely cruise of the Caribbean
On board Empress of Canada
Under the Canadian Pacific flag
Rates highest in the list of winter plans.
Loaf pleasantly on broad, sunny decks...or
Enjoy rounds of energetic shipboard sports.
Interesting sights on sunny islands...
Savour warm and spicy southern breezes.
Unrivalled as a winter pastime...
Relaxing as a summer holiday, your
Empress of Canada Caribbean Cruise
Lazes through leisured miles of tropic
Yachting in air-conditioned comfort.
Club-like Lounges...intimate cocktail bars...
Restaurant...private living quarters...the
Ultimate in comfort are yours...whichever
Itinerary you choose...at rates carefully
Selected to fit your purse and your taste-
Early reservations give you wider choice
of accommodation.
Your leisurely cruiser —Empress of Canada —Cruise-
designed Atlantic champion, is 650 feet long, 86V2
feet broad, 27,300 tons —is stabilized, streamlined
and completely air-conditioned for your pleasure.
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SAILING PERMITS
United States citizens, Canadian citizens and United Kingdom
citizens residing in Canada, who are in transit, do not require
sailing permits. All others must possess sailing permits which
may be obtained in New York at the Bureau of Internal Revenue,
484 Lexington Avenue, between 46th and 47th Streets.
PASSPORTS AND VISAS
Passports, visas or re-entry permits are not required by United
States citizens, Canadian citizens and alien passengers who have
previously been admitted into the U.S.A. for permanent residence, provided they are taking the full cruise without transshipment or stop-over. Such passengers, however, should carry
documentary proof of citizenship.
All other nationalities require to be in possession of valid passports with necessary visas. Aliens residing in the U.S.A. on a
temporary basis must in addition to holding valid passports have
unexpired U.S. visa.
Passengers leaving or joining the cruise at ports of call must
hold valid passports with necessary visas.
VACCINATION CERTIFICATES
All   passengers   must   be   in   possession   of   the   International
Certificate  of Vaccination  against smallpox  on  approved  form
of the World Health Organization. This certificate, to be valid,
should have been issued within the past three years. Passengers
who do not hold such certificate will require to be vaccinated
before they will be permitted to re-enter the United States or
Canada.
United States residents are required to use U.S. Public Health
Service Forms PHS-731.
NOTE —Vaccination certificate must also have validation of the
Doctor's signature by a local Official Health Department.
BAGGAGE
Although there is practically no limit to the amount of personal
baggage which may be carried with you in your "Empress",
it is inadvisable for members to burden themselves with too
many trunks and bags. Baggage which cannot be placed or
conveniently accommodated in the stateroom will be placed
in the ship's baggage room, and will be accessible throughout
the cruise.
FACILITIES
Your "Empress" has every facility of the modern hotel —stenographer, barber, ladies' hairdresser, manicurist, presser, surgeon,
trained nurses, daily newspaper, etc. Services of a masseur are
available.
SHOPPING ON  BOARD
The "Empress" has an attractive modern shop at which may be
purchased a variety of articles such as books, candy, toilet requisites, souvenirs, post-cards and fancy goods.
PHOTOGRAPHY
A cruise offers exceptional opportunities for photography. Crui
passengers should not take a large supply or photographic fil
with them, as hermetically sealed films are required in the tropics
At the Photographic Shop, on board, passengers may purchase
coloured and black and white films in all popular sizes, also
coloured cine 8mm and 16mm roll and magazine as well as
35mm films in black and white and colour. Black and white films
only can be processed aboard.
A professional photographer will be aboard to serve you and
make photographs of any personal groups, parties or social
gatherings aboard or ashore. Photographs of the ship and of
different places ashore can also be obtained.
LAUNDRY
Your "Empress" is equipped with a modern laundry and passengers' work  is given  preferred  attention.
IRONING ROOMS
Ironing Rooms equipped with electric irons are available. Please
consult your Bedroom Steward or Stewardess for location.
SHIPBOARD VOLTAGE
Voltage in the "Empress of Canada" is 230, but all staterooms
are fitted with a "Universal" connection, from which the following types of electric shavers can be operated: 230 volts British
make, 230 volts, 165 volts and 110 volts Continental make; 110
volts American make.
DECK CHAIRS, CUSHIONS, STEAMER RUGS
Passengers may reserve deck chairs, cushions and  rugs when
arranging their Cruise booking at all —inclusive rental charge of
$7.00   for   14-15-16   day   Cruises   and   $4.50   for  9   day   Cruise
(U.S. Currency).
SHORE EXCURSIONS
Optional shore excursions will be operated by leading Tourist
Companies and tickets may be purchased at the Cruise Office
on board.
RESTAURANT SEATING
Passengers are advised, when completing their booking, to make
known their table reservation preferences. Actual assignment
of seats in the restaurant will be made aboard the ship.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Divine service will be held on Sundays. An altar is provided
for the celebration of Holy Mass. There will be a Roman
Catholic Chaplain on  each  cruise.
RADIOTELEPHONE AND WIRELESS SERVICE
"Empress  of  Canada"   is   equipped   with   modern   long   range
radiotelephone and wireless facilities.
Cruise passengers from areas outside the eastern time zone are
reminded to set their watches to Eastern Standard Time upon
arrival in New York.
"Empress of Canada" sails from Pier 95, foot of West 55th
Street, Furness Terminals, North River, New York at 11 a.m. E.S.T.
Embarkation commences 8 a.m.
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pampered service, of parties and dancing, of friendliness, of fun, of holiday par excellence.
Two magnificent White Empresses...swift, stabilized, air-conditioned and exquisitely
appointed, cross the Atlantic on regular schedules during the St. Lawrence season:
Empress of Canada, flagship of the Canadian Pacific fleet, 27,300 tons of sea-going grace
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Escape by Empress across the Atlantic via the sheltered scenic St. Lawrence route! Two delicious days — almost 1000 miles of your trip — are spent sailing the picturesque St. Lawrence
River... time to view the countryside, the farms, the charms of Quebec and Montreal as you
approach, or to wave them an excited farewell as you head for the open sea.
And what will you do with the rest of your magic sea days? Laze . . . luxuriate .. . stroll the salt
breeze decks, play shuffleboard, deck tennis, bingo or bridge? Read and sip your morning bouillon
in a sunny deck chair? Relax at the hairdressers or the masseur? Listen to live or hi-fi music
wherever you go, at dinner, for dancing, at traditional tea? Join the group in the morning for free
dance instructions?
EMPRESS OF CANADA
Ideal for entertaining . . . suite . . . First Class
A glamourous cruise ship in the winter, Empress of Canada, largest Canadian Pacific passenger
liner, is your romantic "run-away" ship for summer. 650 feet long, 86 feet broad, fitted with
stabilizers and pitch-reducing bulbous bow for the ultimate in comfort, she's every inch a glistening
White Empress. 12 handsome public rooms, 9 decks and 4 elevators to carry you from the topmost
Observation Room above the bridge to the protected Coral Swimming Pool well below decks —
and everywhere in-between . . . airy Sun Deck, Sports Deck, Promenade Deck, both open and
glass-enclosed, gay cocktail bars, the gala Canada Room, Carleton and Salle Frontenac restaurants for gourmet meals and vintage wines, as well as attractively decorated suites and staterooms
with individual temperature and air-conditioning controls.
Tourist restaurant . . . Empress of England
EMPRESS OF ENGLAND
First or Tourist Class on the Empress of England life is glorious and gay. This White Empress, 25,500 gross
registered tons, 640 feet long, 85 feet broad, fitted with stabilizers, offers decks of spacious public rooms,
full-vision, glass-screened Promenade Decks, wind-screened Sports Decks, open-air decks to catch every
beam of sparkling sun ... Swimming Pool, Cinema, two smart restaurants, and the inviting Empress Room
for dances, teas and parties. There's an attended Playroom for tiny passengers — Barber Shop — Beauty
Salon. And at night — deep, restful sleep in generous staterooms, each air-conditioned with its own
temperature control... a choice of "twos" and "fours", many with private facilities in Tourist— a choice
of Verandah Suites, Suites, "singles", "twos" and "threes", with private bath or shower, in First Class. Canadian (facinic
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Calgary
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London
Ottawa
Quebec
Regina
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Saskatoon
Sudbury
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Vancouver 2
Victoria
Winnipeg
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New York
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San Francisco
Seattle
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Alberta
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Ontario
Ontario
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British Columbia
British Columbia
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CANADA
R. Myers
R. G. West
A. J. Wiese
C. A. Grant
K. H. Ott
R. F. Shepherd
E. J. Kendall
F. H. Fox
J. R. Patenaude
G. S. Harrup
E. E. Barge
D. T. Bruce
N. I. MacPhee
E. C. Johnson
H. B. Mclntyre
C. N. Holt
W. E. Clampitt
Windsor Station
Canadian Pacific Station
Canadian Pacific Building
Canadian Pacific Station
1547 Barrington St.
14 King St. W.
381 Richmond St.
83 Sparks St.
Palais Station
Canadian Pacific Station
75 Germain St.
Canadian Pacific Building
Canadian Pacific Station
Corner King & Yonge Sts.
Canadian Pacific Station
1102 Government St.
Canadian Pacific Station
Massachusetts 02116
New York 14202
Illinois 60603
Ohio 44115
Michigan 48226
California 90014
New York 10017
Pennsylvania 19109
California 94108
Washington 98101
Dist. of Col. 20005
UNITED STATES
G. L. Wanamaker
H. S. Edmonds
J. G. Guiton
M. T. Jackson
R. Stetter
G. H. Williams
J. J. Trainor
W. J. Holman
R. S. Henry
A. G. Chamberland
J. A. C. Blair
500 Little Bldg.. 80 Boylston St.
Rm. 510 Bank of Buffalo Bldg.
17 Court St.
'29 South LaSalle St.
1838 Union Comm. Bldg.
1249 Washington Blvd.
530 West Sixth St.
581 Fifth Ave.
1819 John. F. Kennedy Blvd.
55 Grant Ave.
1221 Fourth Ave.
1504 K. Street, N.W.
UNITED KINGDOM
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Belfast
43 Arthur Street
Telephone 26826
Birmingham
4 Victoria Square
Telephone Midland 6128
Bristol
18 St. Augustine's Parade
Telephone 25036
Glasgow
159/161 St. Vincent Street
Telephone Central 9982
Liverpool
Royal Liver Building, Pier Head
Telephone Central 5690
London, W.C.2
Trafalgar Square
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at sea and sail across the Atlantic
in a gleaming White Empress liner.
an escape to a carefree, laughing world of comfort and relaxation; of delightful food and
pampered service, of parties and dancing, of friendliness, of fun, of holiday par excellence.
Two magnificent White Empresses . . . swift, stabilized, air-conditioned and exquisitely
appointed, cross the Atlantic on regular schedules during the St. Lawrence season:
Empress of Canada, 25,800 tons of sea-going grace and modern technology and Empress
of England, 24,500 tons of spacious, streamlined beauty — each a holiday, each your
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The Banff Club . . . Tourist . . . Empress of Canada
EMPRESS OF CANADA
Escape by Empress across the Atlantic via the sheltered scenic St. Lawrence route! Two delicious days — almost 1000 miles of your trip — are spent sailing the picturesque St. Lawrence
River... time to view the countryside, the farms, the charms of Quebec and Montreal as you
approach, or to wave them an excited farewell as you head for the open sea.
And what will you do with the rest of your magic sea days? Laze ... luxuriate ... stroll the salt
breeze decks, play shuffleboard, deck tennis, bingo or bridge? Read and sip your morning bouillon
in a sunny deck chair? Relax at the hairdressers or the masseur? Listen to live or hi-fi music
wherever you go, at dinner, for dancing, at traditional tea? Join the group in the morning for free
dance instructions?
ideal for entertaining . . . suite . . . First Class
A glamorous cruise ship in the winter, Empress of Canada, largest CP Ships passenger liner, is
your romantic "run-away" ship for summer. 650 feet long, 86 feet broad, fitted with stabilizers and
pitch-reducing bulbous bow for the ultimate in comfort, she's every inch a glistening White
Empress. 12 handsome public rooms, 9 decks and 4 elevators to carry you from the topmost
Observation Room above the bridge to the protected Coral Swimming Pool well below decks —
and everywhere in-between . . . airy Sun Deck, Sports Deck, Promenade Deck, both open and
glass-enclosed, gay cocktail bars, the gala Canada Room, Carleton and Salle Frontenac restaurants for gourmet meals and vintage wines, as well as attractively decorated suites and staterooms
with individual temperature and air-conditioning controls.
Tourist restaurant. .. Empress of England
EMPRESS OF ENGLAND
First or Tourist Class on the Empress of England life is glorious and gay. This White Empress, 640 feet
long, 85 feet broad, fitted with stabilizers, offers decks of spacious public rooms, full-vision, glass-
screened Promenade Decks, wind-screened Sports Decks, open-air decks to catch every beam of
sparkling sun . . . Swimming Pool, Cinema, two smart restaurants, and the inviting Empress Room for
dances, teas and parties. There's an attended Playroom for tiny passengers — Barber Shop — Beauty
Salon. And at night — deep, restful sleep in generous staterooms, each air-conditioned with its own
temperature control ... a choice of "twos" and "fours", many with private facilities in Tourist — a choice
of Verandah Suites, Suites, "singles", "twos" and "threes", with private bath or shower, in First Class. CP Ships GjfFfp
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S.S. Empress of Canada and S.S. Empress of England, registered
in Great Britain, meet international safety standards for new ships
developed in 1960, and meet the 1966 fire safety requirements.
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1969  Six Leisurely Caribbean Cruises—Canadian Pacific Style
by
EMPRESS OF CANADA
When do you want to get away from ice and snow?
December? January? February? March? Canadian
Pacific offers six leisurely itineraries.
How long do you want to enjoy yourself on your
Caribbean cruise? Nine? Fourteen? Fifteen ? Sixteen
days? Empress of Canada has the answer.
You can choose an itinerary to give you three,
four, five or six ports between December 20th, 1963
and March 27th, 1964. See...San Juan, Puerto Rico;
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; Willemstad, Curacao;
Cristobal, Panama Canal Zone; Montego Bay and
Kingston, Jamaica; Fort-de-France, Martinique; Port
of Spain, Trinidad; Bridgetown, Barbados.
Emphasis is on leisure...Empress of Canada is a
speedy ship, but she'll just dawdle through the
tropic seas . . . there's organized entertainment for
those who want it...capably handled by the Cruise
Director and Directress of Entertainment...but you
won't be organized...except at the "welcome aboard"
and "au revoir" cocktail parties.
You can choose from: Dancing, bingo, bridge,
deck tournaments, swimming events in Empress of
Canada's two pools —or, for the really indolent, inviting deck chairs in sheltered spots .. . shaded or
sunny, to your taste, deeply upholstered furniture
in the two clubrooms, three lounges, library and
modern cinema. Even bar stools are softly padded!
Like breakfast in bed? There's the keynote for a
leisured day! Lunch in shorts and halter?...or swimming trunks?...you can enjoy it on deck. Like to fuss
once in a while? Try a before-dinner swim, a cocktail at your elbow as you dress and a leisurely dinner
in The Carleton restaurant. Then show off your lady's
gown (and your own quiet elegance) on the dance
floor or at a night-club performance in The Canada
Room. EMPRESS OF CANADA CARIBBEAN CRUISES 1963-64
SHORE EXCURSIONS
BARBADOS—Morning drive by automobile through the historic and rolling countryside around Bridgetown as well as
visits to points of interest in the port itself. Many of the excellent beaches are passed during the drive. Duration 3 hours.
CURACAO*** —Morning drive —enjoy the quaintness of
Holland in this Dutch possession with a trip up Arrarat Hill,
a view of the residential areas and the well known Botanical
Gardens. Duration 1 V2 hours.
FORT-DE-FRANCE—Morning automobile drive shows the
lovely tropical scenery of this important island in the French
West Indies, including the points of interest in Fort-de-France
and St. Pierre. Duration 3 hours.
KINGSTON —Morning drive —see the beautiful Castleton
Gardens, view the harbour from Ram's Horn Mountain and
tour the straw market and residential areas of Kingston.
Duration 3 hours.
*" Full day drive by automobile across the island to Ocho
Rios; luncheon is provided at one of the luxurious hotels on
the North Shore. Duration 7V2 hours.
MONTEGO BAY* —Morning drive through the main commercial and shopping areas of the city, then into the scenic
countryside to beautiful residential areas and the many
famous hotels. Duration 2V2 hours.
PANAMA —Full day tour to the Pacific side, including a boat
ride on the Canal, where ships negotiate through locks, and
a patio lunch with native entertainment at the Panama Hilton.
Duration 7 hours.
PORT OF SPAIN —Morning drive by automobile includes
points of interest in the city before going out to beautiful
Maracas Bay, through Santa Cruz Valley. Duration 3 hours.
SAN JUAN* —Morning automobile drive to the old Spanish
section and the new parts of the city, highlighted by visits to
El Morro Fortress and the University. Afternoon drive by auto
to El Yunque Rain Forest, passing through typical towns and
villages, waterfalls, and jungle-like vegetation. Duration each
tour 3 hours.
ST. THOMAS* —Morning drive by auto to Bluebeard's Castle,
then to a mountain top where one can see world famous
hotels and beaches. Duration 3 hours.
'When vessel is scheduled to arrive alter 9.30 a.m. the drive will be
held in the afternoon.
"On  the February 7th cruise, the all day tour will not be operated.
'"On  the  February 24th  and  March  11th  cruises,  this  tour will  not
be operated.
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WHAT TO PACK
For Canadian Pacific Caribbean Cruises by Empress of Canada —leisure is
the answer to the problem of "What to pack?" What do you normally
wear at your leisure? That's it! That's what to pack! You'll be at leisure
from start to finish! At leisure aboard a magnificent, completely air-
conditioned cruise-liner, elegant as a royal yacht and waited upon by
stewards and stewardesses whose first thoughts are for your comfort.
So...leave your working clothes at home. Your best times will be enjoyed on board —so you'll want clothes for deck games, swimming,
leisured hours in the sun, dancing, night-clubbing in the swank "Canada
Room", dining in "The Carleton Restaurant" —just what you'd wear in
summer at home or the country club.
No-One's going to tell you what to do —this cruise is your party. If you
want to "dress" for dinner, do by all means. Light-weight dinner jackets,
soft shirts —basic warm-weather gowns, or cocktail dresses enhance the
beautiful public rooms.
The gay informality of country club casuals makes life on deck attractive
...and to soften the convention that men wear jackets and ladies wear
skirts in the Restaurant, there are al fresco luncheons "topside" near the
Sports and Lido Decks where clothes are very casual.
Empress of Canada has an ultra-modern laundry so don't overload with
washables. "Drip-drys" are good space savers for any kind of travelling.
Pack comfortable shoes for shore excursions. Colour and black and
white films are available on board for most cameras.
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On board Empress of Canada
Under the Canadian Pacific flag
Rates highest in the list of winter plans.
Loaf pleasantly on broad, sunny decks...or
Enjoy rounds of energetic shipboard sports.
Interesting sights on sunny islands...
Savour warm and spicy southern breezes.
Unrivalled as a winter pastime...
Relaxing as a summer holiday, your
Empress of Canada Caribbean Cruise
Lazes through leisured miles of tropic
Yachting in air-conditioned comfort.
Club-like Lounges...intimate cocktail bars...
Restaurant...private living quarters...the
Ultimate in comfort are yours...whichever
Itinerary you choose...at rates carefully
Selected to fit your purse and your taste-
Early reservations give you wider choice
of accommodation. FOR YOUR INFORMATION
SAILING PERMITS
United States citizens, Canadian citizens and United Kingdom
citizens residing in Canada, who are in transit, do not require
sailing permits. All others must possess sailing permits which
may be obtained in New York at the Bureau of Internal Revenue,
484 Lexington Avenue, between 46th and 47th Streets.
PASSPORTS AND VISAS
Passports, visas or re-entry permits are not required by United
States citizens, Canadian citizens and alien passengers who have
previously been admitted into the U.S.A. for permanent residence, provided they are taking the full cruise without transshipment or stop-over. Such passengers, however, should carry
documentary proof of citizenship.
All other nationalities require to be in possession of valid passports with necessary visas. Aliens residing in the U.S.A. on a
temporary basis must in addition to holding valid passports have
unexpired U.S. visa.
Passengers leaving or joining the cruise at ports of call must
hold valid passports with necessary visas.
VACCINATION CERTIFICATES
All   passengers   must   be   in   possession   of   the   International
Certificate of Vaccination  against smallpox on approved form
of the World Health Organization. This certificate, to be valid,
should have been issued within the past three years. Passengers
who do not hold such certificate will require to be vaccinated
before they will be permitted to re-enter the United States or
Canada.
United States residents are required to use U.S. Public Health
Service Forms PHS-731.
NOTE —Vaccination certificate must also have validation of the
Doctor's signature by a local Official Health Department.
BAGGAGE
Although there is practically no limit to the amount of personal
baggage which may be carried with you in your "Empress",
it is inadvisable for members to burden themselves with too
many trunks and bags. Baggage which cannot be placed or
conveniently accommodated in the stateroom will be placed
in the ship's baggage room, and will be accessible throughout
the cruise.
FACILITIES
Your "Empress" has every facility of the modern hotel —stenographer, barber, ladies' hairdresser, manicurist, presser, surgeon,
trained nurses, daily newspaper, etc. Services of a masseur are
available.
SHOPPING ON BOARD
The "Empress" has an attractive modern shop at which may be
purchased a variety of articles such as books, candy, toilet requisites, souvenirs, post-cards and fancy goods.
PHOTOGRAPHY
A cruise offers exceptional opportunities for photography. Cruise
passengers should not take a large supply of photographic films
with them, as hermetically sealed films are required in the tropics.
At the Photographic Shop, on board, passengers may purchase
coloured and black and white films in all popular sizes, also
coloured cine 8mm and 16mm roll and magazine as well as
35mm films in black and white and colour. Black and white films
only can be processed aboard.
A professional photographer will be aboard to serve you and
make photographs of any personal groups, parties or social
gatherings aboard or ashore. Photographs of the ship and of
different places ashore can also be obtained.
LAUNDRY
Your "Empress" is equipped with a modern laundry and passengers' work is given  preferred attention.
IRONING ROOMS
Ironing Rooms equipped with electric irons are available. Please
consult your Bedroom Steward or Stewardess for location.
SHIPBOARD VOLTAGE
Voltage in the "Empress of Canada" is 230, but all staterooms
are fitted with a "Universal" connection, from which the following types of electric shavers can be operated: 230 volts British
make, 230 volts, 165 volts and 110 volts Continental make; 110
volts American make.
DECK CHAIRS, CUSHIONS, STEAMER RUGS
Passengers  may  reserve deck  chairs,  cushions  and  rugs when
arranging their Cruise booking at all —inclusive rental charge of
$7.00   for   14-15-16   day   Cruises   and   $4.50   for  9   day   Cruise
(U.S. Currency).
SHORE EXCURSIONS
Optional shore excursions will be operated by leading Tourist
Companies and tickets may be purchased at the Cruise Office
on board.
RESTAURANT SEATING
Passengers are advised, when completing their booking, to make
known their table reservation preferences. Actual assignment
of seats in the restaurant will be made aboard the ship.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Divine service will be held on Sundays. An altar is provided
for the celebration of Holy Mass. There will be a Roman
Catholic Chaplain on each  cruise.
RADIOTELEPHONE AND WIRELESS SERVICE
"Empress   of  Canada"   is   equipped   with   modern   long   range
radiotelephone and wireless facilities.
Cruise passengers from areas outside the eastern time zone are
reminded to set their watches to Eastern Standard Time upon
arrival in New York.
"Empress of Canada" sails from Pier 95, foot of West 55th
Street, Furness Terminals, North River, New York at 11 a.m. E.S.T.
Embarkation commences 8 a.m.
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I Ships Welcome aboard
The officers and crew of the Empress of Canada welcome you
aboard one of the friendliest ships to ever sail the Caribbean. From
this point on we invite you to let your cares slip away and give yourself over to the sun and fun filled days that lie ahead ... days you'll
remember for the rest of your life. Aboard your sleek White Empress
you'll find all the amenities of a first class resort hotel: elevators to
take you from deck to deck; air conditioning with individual temperature controls in all cabins; broad open spaces for deck sports,
promenading or just plain deck chair lounging. There are hairdressers, a barber shop, duty-free boutiques, and numerous public
rooms where your favourite beverage will be served exactly as you
like it — at one-third the price you'd pay on the mainland!
All meals are included in the fare, of course, and what meals! —
tastefully prepared and served with White Empress flair, and in
between there are mid-morning snacks, afternoon snacks and midnight buffets, with friendly stewards to make sure you get your fill.
And day and night the Empress of Canada is alive with fun and
games. Dances, parties, masquerades, games in the Casino, first
run movies in the Cinema, professional entertainment — it's all there
for you to take as much (or as little) as you like. In short, while you're
with us we want to give you the time of your life. We'd like to see you
sail with us many times again.  Ports of call
Haiti, Port-au-Prince. Steeped in history and known as
The Magic Island, Haiti has a distinct Creole personality.
Port-au-Prince, the city of 10 million roosters is absolutely unique. Art lovers will want to see the works of
Louverture Poisson and other Haitian painters at Centre
d'Art.
Puerto Rico, San Juan. A popular playground, this island
named by Columbus literally means 'Port of Riches'.
Explore the quaint Spanish section; the famous El Morro
Fortress which has guarded the entrance to San Juan
Harbour since 1539. Excellent fishing; beautiful beaches;
mountain scenery to rival both the French and Swiss
Alps. Shop for mahogany and exquisite needlework.
Virgin Islands, St. Thomas. This Free Port is a shopper's
paradise, and its capital city, Charlotte Amalie, among
the most enchanting in the Caribbean. Visit legendary
Bluebeard's Castle; enjoy the grand view atop the
mountain. A sophisticated island with elegant hotels and
spectacular beaches.
Bermuda, Hamilton. A paradise for cyclists who have the
right-of-way over autos on all roads. Bermuda possesses
lovely narrow beaches of pinkish-white powdery sand in
an almost unbroken line along the entire south coast.
Shopping is a delightful pastime in either its capital,
Hamilton or historic St. George, where shops offer
enticing articles of quality.
St. Maarten, Philipsburg. A land of beautiful beaches,
mountainous countryside, quaint Dutch and French
villages, the entire island covers ah area of 37 square
miles. Shopping is particularly good.
Jamaica, Montego Bay/Kingston. Forever summer, the
spectacular scenery is a constant delight to the cycling
tourist. Fine white sandy beaches curve to meet the
gently rolling surf. Beneath the crystal clear water, vivid
tropical fish provide a truly extravagant 'floor-show' as
they dart in and out among the magnificent coral
formations. Superb for both land and water sports.
Guadeloupe,   Pointe-a-Pitre. Largest of the Leeward
Islands consists of two islands separated by a narrow
strait and joined by a drawbridge. Cliffs and volcanic
peaks rise to heights of nearly 5,000 feet.
Martinique, Fort-de-France. A fascinating blend of
French, Spanish, English and African make this one of
the most delightful of the islands. Martinique is one
gigantic bouquet of flowers — the Carib Indians called
it Madinina, the island of flowers. The women of
Martinique are famous for their traditional dress the chief
feature being an elaborately ornate head-dress, a skillfully fashioned turban from a huge Madras cotton
handkerchief, with specially contrived points, which have
a significance they will gladly explain.
St. Vincent, Kingstown. Bathed by soft trade winds, and
still unspoiled, this peaceful island is a rare gem of
tropical beauty. Its breathtaking scenery includes high
mountain peaks, lush valleys, beautiful beaches. Even
an extinct volcano to tempt the adventurous.
Barbados, Bridgetown. England in miniature with a
casual accent. Here, a tidy but picturesque landscape
forms a backdrop for some of the world's finest sand and
coral beaches. Listen to calypso singers, watch flying
fish; see romantic ruins of a bygone era; and everywhere
brilliant profusion of hibiscus and banana palms with
the fruit growing upside down! Ride through the quaint
streets of Bridgetown and shop for tortoise shell jewellery, island cottons, pottery, straw goods, perfume, rum.
Trinidad, Port-of-Spain. The real home of the steel band,
pulsing rhythms and gentle Calypso. Perhaps the most
cosmopolitan population in all the Caribbean. Wandering
through Port-of-Spain, the capital city, you'll see Moslem
mosques, Hindu temples, bazaars and ultramodern
buildings side-by-side. Driving to beautiful Maracas Bay
the roads wind among bamboo groves, banyan trees and
cocoa plantations. In Port-of-Spain go shopping for
British, East Indian and Chinese merchandise.
Venezuela, La Guaira. The doorstep to Caracas, is ringed
with beautiful beaches. Cable cars whisk you to a
mountain-top for a panoramic view of the city. A short 20
minute drive along the Autopista superhighway brings
you to Caracas, the capital. Buy pearl and 22 carat gold
jewellery, hammocks, straw articles, rum and 'Alpergata'.
These are superbly comfortable flat-to-the-ground shoes
with crocheted uppers in brilliant colours. They're worn
with flowered skirt and peasant blouse for local folk-
dancing festivals.
Bonaire, Kralendijk. One of the truly 'unspoiled' islands
of the Caribbean, Bonaire is a great breeding place of
flamingos. Literally thousands of these beautiful, elegant
birds walk on their long stilts in and around the salt lake
where they build their nests and find their food. The
waters of Bonaire are crystal clear, with shoals of brilliantly coloured tropical fish, and exquisite coral.
Curacao, Willemstad and Aruba, Oranjestad. Two small
slices of Holland reflecting the casual influence of the
West Indies.Tourist attractions include a pontoon bridge,
fine beaches and hotel casinos. Both colourful islands
offer outstanding shopping.
Panama Canal Zone, Cristobal. On Limon Bay, this
bustling seaport for the city of Colon is perched on the
Atlantic edge of the Panama Canal. You'll enjoy an
excursion trip across the Isthmus to view the ruins of
Old Panama and the Pacific Ocean. Selecting your cruise wardrobe
Your cruise is a time of leisure and
lazing, so make sure you bring plenty
of easy to wear casual clothes, light
and summery, pretty and practical.
Mix and match shorts, slacks, skirts in
drip-dry fabrics for easy care. And,
for special evenings formal dinner
dress is suggested. Bring along something gay for cocktail parties and
dances. Plus a light wrap or stole to
slip round the shoulders for a moonlight stroll round the deck before
retiring.
Make sure you have easy-fitting
sandals and comfortable shoes for
island sightseeing — they're a must.
And a light, casual all-weather coat,
just in case! But, above all, concentrate on being relaxed and comfortable. You'll be able to enjoy every
minute of your cruise to the full, and
if there's anything extra you need en
route, the EMPRESS has a well-
equipped shopping centre on board.
And a Beauty Salon and Barber Shop
to keep you immaculately groomed.
10:30 a.m. SHUFFLEBOARD FINALS on the
Sun Deck
COMPLIMENTARY DANCE CLASS —
Canada Room
11:30 a.m. Pre-port "chitchat" (Your questions
about tomorrow's port-of-call are
answered today.)
12:00 noon News Broadcast in the St. Lawrence
and Banff Clubs
VISITS TO THE NAVIGATING BRIDGE
will be conducted at.. .
12:15 p.m. Luncheon (Second sitting 1:30 p.m.)
Carleton Restaurant
12:15 — 2:00 p.m. COLD BUFFET LUNCH is
available on deck for those wishing to
remain outside
2:00 p.m. CASINO opens on U-deck Aft
2:30 p.m.  MOVIE in the Cinema
AQUATIC SPORTS at the outdoor pool
3:00 p.m. INFORMAL CARDS in the
Mayfair Room
GOLF DRIVING CONTEST on
U-deck Aft
4:00 p.m. TEA will be served on the
Empress Deck
The String Quartet in the
Windsor Lounge
5:00 p.m. Filmed Horseracing in the Cinema —
Place your bets!
6:00 p.m. News Broadcast in the St. Lawrence
Club
6:30 p.m. DINNER (Second sitting — 8:00 p.m.
Carleton Restaurant
8:00 p.m. MOVIE in the Cinema
BINGO in the Windsor Lounge
"DOWN MEMORY LANE" old time
favourites in the Windsor Lounge
9:00 p.m. FLOOR SHOW —Professional
Entertainment in the Canada Room
(Certain evenings have special
activities including GALA NIGHT,
OLD TIME MUSIC HALL, BEACHCOMBER NIGHT, FASHION SHOW,
etc.) followed by dancing
10:00 p.m. Dancing in the Banff Club
11:30 p.m. —12:30 a.m. NIGHT BUFFET
on the Empress Deck
12 Midnight until... Dancing continues for
Night Owls in the Banff Club
General information
Accounts — All accounts rendered on board are
payable in U.S. Funds.
Baggage — Although there is practically no limit
to the amount of personal baggage which may be
carried with you on your "Empress", it is inadvisable for members to burden themselves with too
many trunks and bags. Baggage which cannot be
placed or conveniently accommodated in the
stateroom will be placed in the ship's baggage
room, and will be accessible throughout the cruise.
Communications Services — The "Empress of
Canada" is equipped with modern ship-to-shore
radio-telephone and wireless facilities.
Deck Chair Reservations — Passengers may
reserve deck chairs when arranging their cruise
bookings — rates vary depending on duration of
the cruise. Cushion and rugs are supplied at no
additional charge.
Electrical Current — Type AC/DC, 230 volts.
Cabins are equipped with universal convertor.
Laundry Services — The ship is equipped with a
modern laundry and passenger's work is given
preferred attention. In addition, laundrette and
ironing facilities are available.
Liquor Purchases — In compliance with Custom
House regulations in the various ports of call, all
liquor bought by passengers ashore and delivered
to the ship must be placed in ship's baggage room
until arrival at New York.
Medical Services — The Empress of Canada
carries a Doctor, trained Nurses, and medical
staff. There is a fully equipped hospital with
modern X-Ray and Electrocardiographic facilities.
The Doctor is available for passengers to consult
direct as his private patients, and is entitled to
charge a reasonable fee for his services which
includes a nominal charge for medications. He is
not a servant or agent of the Company for the
treatment of passengers. The right is reserved to
refuse passage to any one who in the opinion of
the Company's medical advisers is in such a state
of health or physical condition as to be unfit to
travel.
Passports and Visas — Passports, visas or re-entry
permits are not required by United States citizens,
Canadian citizens or alien passengers who have
previously been admitted into the U.S.A. for
permanent residence, provided they are taking the
full cruise without transshipment or stop-over.
Such passengers, however, should carry documentary proof of citizenship. All other nationalities
require to be in possession of valid passports with
necessary visas. Aliens residing in the U.S.A. on a
temporary basis must in addition to holding valid
passports, have unexpired U.S. visas!
Passengers leaving or joining the cruise at ports of
call must hold valid passports with necessary
visas.
Pels — Animals or birds cannot be accepted.
Photography — As hermetically sealed films are
required in the tropics, it is suggested that passengers obtain their film supply on board. Colour or
black and white film in all the popular sizes including 35mm, 3mm and 16mm is available at prices
substantially less than the mainland.
A professional photographer will be aboard to
serve you and take photographs of any personal
groups, parties or social gatherings aboard, or
ashore. Photographs of the ship and of different
places ashore can also be obtained.
Religious Services — Inter-denominational divine
service will be held on Sundays. There will be a
Roman Catholic Chaplain on each cruise.
Restaurant Seating — Passengers are advised,
when completing their booking, to make known
their table reservation preferences. Actual assignment of seats in the restaurant will be made
aboard the ship.
Sailing Permits — United States citizens, Canadian
citizens and United Kingdom citizens residing in
Canada, who are in transit, do not require sailing
permits. All others must possess sailing permits
which may be obtained in New York at the Bureau
of Internal Revenue, 120 Church Street.
Shore Excursions — Optional shore excursions
will be operated by CP Ships and tickets may be
purchased on board.
Vaccination Certificates — All passengers must
be in possession of the International Certificate of
Vaccination against smallpox on approved form
of the World Health Organization. This certificate,
to be valid, should have been issued within the
past three years. Passengers who do not hold such
a certificate will have to be vaccinated before
they will be permitted to re-enter the United States
or Canada. United States residents are required
to use U.S. Public Health Service Forms PHS-731.
Note — Vaccination certificates must also have
validation of the Doctor's signature by a local
Official Health Department.
Early Bird — If you are planning to arrive in
New York the day before departure, CP Ships
can arrange a special hotel package at the
famous Roosevelt Hotel. Just enquire at the
time of booking. ITINERARY
Dec. 1 — 5 70
PORT
ARRIVE
LEAVE
-10 AM
Quebec 	
New York	
 Tue. Dec.   1 -
 Sat.   Dec.   5 -
7 PM
8 AM
Tue. Dec.   1 -
-   7 PM
Dec. 7 —19 70
PORT ARRIVE
New York	
San Juan Thu. Dec. 10 -
La Guaira Sat.   Dec. 12-
Curagao   Sun. Dec. 13 -
St. Thomas   Mon. Dec. 14 -
New York   Sat.   Dec. 19 -
Dec. 19 70-Jan. 2 71
PORT ARRIVE
New York	
San Juan Wed. Dec. 23 -
St. Thomas   Thu. Dec. 24 -
La Guaira Sat.   Dec. 26 -
Curacao  Sun. Dec. 27 -
Montego Bay Tue. Dec. 29 -
New York Sat.  Jan.   2-
Jan. 16 —30 71
PORT ARRIVE
New York	
St. Maarten Wed. Jan. 20 -
Guadeloupe  Thu. Jan. 21 -
La Guaira Sat.   Jan. 23-
Curapao   Sun. Jan. 24-
Bonaire Mon. Jan. 25 -
St. Thomas   Tue. Jan. 26-
New York Sat.  Jan. 30 -
LEAVE
 Mon. Dec.   7-11:30 AM
Noon Fri.    Dec. 11 - 2 AM
7 AM Sat.   Dec. 12- 6 PM
7 AM Sun. Dec. 13- 5 PM
6 PM Tue. Dec. 15- 6 PM
8 AM
LEAVE
 Sat.  Dec. 19-11 PM
7 AM Thu.  Dec. 24-   2 AM
8 AM Fri.    Dec. 25-   2 AM
7 AM Sat.   Dec. 26 -  6 PM
7 AM Sun. Dec. 27-   6 PM
7 AM Tue.  Dec. 29 - Midnight
8 AM
LEAVE
 Sat.  Jan. 16-11 PM
7 AM Wed. Jan. 20-   6 PM
7 AM Thu. Jan. 21 -   6 PM
7 AM Sat.   Jan. 23-  6 PM
7 AM Mon. Jan. 25 -  2 AM
7 AM Mon. Jan. 25 - Noon
Noon Wed. Jan. 27-   2 AM
8 AM
Jan. 30 —Feb. 13 71
PORT ARRIVE
New York	
St. Thomas  Wed. Feb.   3-
Barbados    Fri.    Feb.   5 -
Curasao  Sun. Feb.   7-
Kingston Tue. Feb.   9 -
NewYork Sat.   Feb. 13-
LEAVE
.Sat.  Jan. 30-11 PM
7 AM Thu. Feb. 4-   2 AM
7AM Fri. Feb. 5-Midnight
7 AM Sun. Feb. 7 - Midnight
7AM Tue. Feb. 9-  6PM
8 AM
Feb. 13 —Mar. 4 71
PORT ARRIVE
New York	
St. Thomas   Wed. Feb. 17 -
Martinique    Fri.    Feb. 19 -
Trinidad Sat.   Feb. 20-
La Guaira Mon. Feb. 22 -
Curacao   Tue. Feb. 23-
Cristobal Thu. Feb. 25-
Montego Bay Sat.   Feb.27-
NewYork Thu.  Mar.   4-
Mar. 6 — 20 71
PORT                            ARRIVE
New York	
7 AM Thu.
7 AM Fri.
9 AM Sun.
7 AM Mon.
7 AM Tue.
7 AM Thu.
7 AM Sun.
8 AM
LEAVE
Sat. Feb. 13-
Feb. 18-
Feb. 19-
Feb.21 -
Feb. 22-
Feb.23 -
Feb.25 -
Feb.28 -
11 PM
2 AM
6 PM
2 AM
6 PM
5 PM
11 PM
1 PM
San Juan	
. . .  Tue.
Mar
9
Martinique  .. .
 Thu.
Mar
11
Kingstown
St. Vincent  . ..
.... Fri.
Mar
12
Aruba  	
. . .   Sun.
Mar
14
St. Thomas  . . .
. . . .Mon
Mar
15
NewYork  ...
.... Sat.
Mar
20
LEAVE
 Sat.   Mar.   6-11:30 AM
Noon Wed. Mar. 10 - 7 AM
7 AM Thu.  Mar. 11- 7 PM
7 AM Fri.    Mar. 12- 5 PM
7 AM Sun. Mar. 14- 5 PM
6 PM Tue. Mar. 16- 6 PM
8 AM
Mar. 20 — Apr. 3 71
PORT ARRIVE
New York	
San Juan Wed. Mar. 24 -
St. Thomas   Thu.  Mar. 25 -
La Guaira Sat.   Mar. 27 -
Aruba   Sun. Mar. 28 -
Port-au-Prince Tue.  Mar. 30-
NewYork Sat.  Apr.   3-
Apr. 3 — 8 71
PORT ARRIVE
New York	
Bermuda Mon. Apr.
New York Thu. Apr.
7 AM
8 AM.
7 AM.
7 AM.
7 AM.
8 AM
LEAVE
. Sat. Mar. 20 -
Mar. 25 -
Mar. 26-
Mar. 27-
Mar. 28-
Mar. 31 -
Thu.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Wed.
11 PM
2 AM
2 AM
6 PM
6 PM
2 AM
2 PM.
8 AM
LEAVE
Sat. Apr.   3-
Tue. Apr.    6-
11 PM
5 PM
Apr. 9 —17 71
PORT ARRIVE
New York	
San Juan Mon. Apr. 12-
St.Thomas  Tue. Apr. 13-
NewYork Sat.  Apr. 17-
Noon.
8 AM.
8 AM
LEAVE
Fri.   Apr.   9-11:30 AM
Tue. Apr. 13-   2 AM
Wed. Apr. 14-   2 AM
21 71
ARRIVE
Apr. 17
PORT
NewYork . . .
*Saguenay Tue. Apr. 20-
Montreal Wed. Apr. 21 -
'Weather permitting
Noon .
6 PM
LEAVE
.Sat.   Apr. 17-
Tue. Apr. 20-
9 PM
5 PM
promenade
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All rooms are air-conditioned and have individual controls to regulate the temperature and supply of fresh air
UNITED STATES CURRENCY — Cruise Fares Per Person Based on Double Occupancy unless Single Occupancy Specified.
Line
Description and Room Numbers
Dec. 1/70
Apr. 17/71
Dec. 7/70
Dec. 19/70
Jan.16/71
Jan. 30/71
Feb. 13/71
Mar. 6/71
Mar. 20/71
Apr. 3/7I
Apr. 9/71
Rooms with Bath, Shower, Wash Basin and Toilet
VERANDAH SUITES-2 Beds, Sitting Room with
Convertible Sofa Bed U16 U17 U18 U19 U22 U23
392
1176
1350
1850
1400
1337
450
800
1a
OUTSIDE-2 Beds U34 U35 U38 U39 U48 U49 U52 U53
300
900
1040
1425
1078
1026
347
616
2a
© OUTSIDE -1 Bed U3 U4 U28 U29                                                       *
292
876
1013
1388
1050
999
338
600
3a
® OUTSIDE-2 Beds U62 U63
284
852
986
1351
1022
972
329
584
4a
OUTSIDE-1 Bed, 1 Convertible Sofa Bed E34 E35 E38 E39
280
840
972
1332
1008
959
324
576
5a
OUTSIDE-2 Beds
E7 E8 E14 E15 E16 E17 E18 E19 E24 E25 E26 E27 E28 E29
272
816
945
1295
980
932
315
560
6a
OUTSIDE-1 Bed, 1 Convertible Sofa
U5 U6 U7 U8 U9 U10 U11 U12 U14 U15
264
792
918
1258
952
905
306
544
7a
INSIDE-2 Beds E32 E33 E36 E37
260
780
905
1240
938
891
302
536
8a
INSIDE-1 Bed U1 U2 U30 U31 U32 U33 U40 U41 U42
U43 U44 U45 U46 U47 U54 U55 U56 U57
256
768
891
1221
924
878
297
528
9a
OUTSIDE-1 Bed, 1 Upper Berth
U64 U65 U66 U67 U72 U73 U74 U75
252
756
878
1203
910
864
293
520
Rooms with Shower, Wash Basin and Toilet
1b
© OUTSIDE-1 Bed U24 U25 U26 U27                                                    *
248
744
864
1184
896
851
288
512
2b
© OUTSIDE-2 Beds U36 U37 U50 U51
244
732
851
1166
882
837
284
504
3b
© OUTSIDE-2 Beds U118 U121
M40 M41  M52 M53 M55 M56 M59 M60 M65 M66 M73 M74
M77  M78 M81   M82  M89 M90 M97  M98 M105 M106 M114
M115 M128 M129  M132 M133 M136 M137
240
720
837
1147
868
824
279
496
4b
INSIDE-1 Bed E9 E10 E11 E12 E30 E31                                             *
236
708
824
1129
854
810
275
488
5b
© INSIDE-2 Beds U20 U21
© U58 U59 U60 U61 U68 U69 U70 U71
228
684
797
1092
826
783
266
472
6b
© INSIDE-2 Beds E20 E22
224
672
783
1073
812
770
261
464
7b
© OUTSIDE-2 Beds M146 M147 M160 M161 M166
M167 M172 M173 M176 M177 M180 M181 M184 M185
216
648
756
1036
784
743
252
448
8b
OUTSIDE-1   Bed,  1  Upper Berth  U78  U79 U80  U81   U82
U83 U88 U89 U90 U91 U102 U103 U108 U109 U116 U119
M44 M45 M48 M49 M118 M119 M124 M125 M148 M149
212
636
743
1018
770
729
248
440
9b
INSIDE-1 Bed, 1 Upper Berth E21  E23
208
624
729
999
756
716
243
432
Rooms with Wash Basin and Toilet
1c
© OUTSIDE-2 Beds M34 M35 M36 M37
204
612
716
981
742
702
239
424
2c
© INSIDE-2 Beds U110 U111 U120 U123
196
588
689
944
714
675
230
408
3c
© INSIDE-2  Beds   M32  M33  M38  M39  M50  M51   M54  M75
M76   M79   M80   M83   M84   M85   M86   M87   M88   M91   M92
M93   M94  M95   M96   M103   M104   M111   M112   M120   M121
M126   M127   M130   M131   M134   M135   M138   M139   M140
M141   M150  M151   M170  M171   M174  M175
188
564
662
907
686
648
221
392
4c
INSIDE-1 Bed, 1 Upper Berth U76 U77 U84 U85 U86 U87
U92   U93   U94   U95   U96   U97   U98   U99   U100   U101   U104
U105 U106  U107 U112 U114 U115  U117 U122 U125
180
540
635
870
658
621
212
376
5c
INSIDE-1   Bed,  1   Upper Berth  M42  M43  M46  M47  M57
M58  M61   M62   M63   M64   M69  M70  M71   M72   M99  M100
M101 M102 M107 M108 M109 M110 M116 M117 M122 M123
172
516
608
833
630
594
203
360
6c
INSIDE-1   Bed,   1   Upper   Berth   M142   M143   M144   M145
M152 M153 M154 M155 M156 M157 M158 M159 M162 M163
M164 M165 M168 M169  M178 M179 M182 M183
164
492
581
796
602
567
194
344
Rooms with Wash Basin
1d
© OUTSIDE-2 Beds M3 M4 M7 M8 M30 M31
R1 R2 R20 R21 R22 R23 R28 R29 R44 R45
160
480
567
777
588
554
189
336
2d
© INSIDE-2 Beds M5 M6
R36 R37 R42 R43
152
456
540
740
560
527
180
320
3d
OUTSIDE-1 Bed, 1 Upper Berth
M14 M15 M20 M21 M26 M27
144
432
513
703
532
500
171
304
4d
OUTSIDE-1 Bed, 1 Upper Berth
R3 R4 R5 R6 R34 R35 R40 R41
136
408
486
666
504
473
162
288
5d
INSIDE-1 Bed, 1 Upper Berth M9 M10 M11 M12 M16
M17 M18 M19 M22 M23 M24 M25 M28 M29 M67 M68
128
3e4
459
629
476
446
153
272
6d
INSIDE-1 Bed, 1 Upper Berth
R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R14 R15 R16 R17 R18 R19
R24 R25 R26 R27 R30 R31 R32 R33 R38 R39
120
360
432
592
448
418
144
256
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&
  WASHBASIN
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  PRIVATE TOILET
  PRIVATE SHOWER
SH.
  PUBLIC SHOWER
  PRIVATE BATH
BATH
  PUBLIC BATH
„  ROOMS WITH BATH. SHOWER. WASHBASIN 8. TOILET
  ROOMS WITH SHOWER. WASHBASIN t TOILET
  ROOMS WITH WASHBASIN & TOILET
  ROOMS WITH WASHBASIN
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© For day use the bed in these rooms is convertible to a sofa.
© For day  use these  "Studio"  rooms are  each  fitted  with  one
folding bed and one bed convertible to a sofa.
3 Upper berth may be fitted in these rooms for third passenger,
if desired; minimum fare will apply for third passenger.
© Upper berth may be fitted in these rooms for third and fourth
passenger,   if   desired;   minimum   fare   will   apply   for   extra
passengers.
Two-room suites are available by using a combination of rooms
in lines 1a and 2b.
*  Single occupancy only.
The company, at its option, may sell double rooms for single
occupancy, in which case a full fare plus one-half will be
charged.
Children under 12 years, when accommodated in the same room
with two adults—half minimum fare. Age on day of sailing governs.
Deposit of 25% of passage money is payable upon acceptance
of accommodation. Full payment of passage money is required
not later than eight weeks prior to sailing.
When cancellations occur after tickets or deposit receipts have
been issued, the accommodation will be placed on sale for
passengers' account and no refunds will be made unless accommodation is resold.
Port taxes additional:—
San Juan $2.00 per person
Jamaica $1.25 per person
Bermuda $2.45 per person,
children under 3 years free. For information and reservations, please conteat:' ' '
AND RESERVATIONS CAlLi-
COOK'S (587 5th AVE.) MU w-4000
Wa cp
Ships
June,1970
U.S. Currency

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