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Empress of Australia, 8th annual round the world cruise 1930-1931 : stateroom and deck plans Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited 1930

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  The Canadian Pacific
Empress of Australia
THOSE TRAVELLERS who intend
to embark on a Round the
World cruise, when their ship
will be their home for more
than one-third of a year, will naturally be interested in the details of the
ship's appointments, her size, and appropriateness for meeting the varying
conditions found in such an itinerary*
The Empress of Australia is 615 feet
long and 75 feet wide, with a gross
register of 21850 tons, and a displacement of 32800 tons, but these figures
merely indicate the immense size of the
ship, and do not truly picture the relation of this size to the comfort of
cruise members* It means a spaciousness in staterooms and public rooms
that allows for sumptuous furnishings,
and clublike accommodations which
provide luxurious living equalled only
in the most modern hotels*
To  promote  further  this  feeling  of
luxury and genuine comfort, the large
majority of rooms have regular bedsteads, and of course, are fitted with
every modern convenience, such as
electric fans, running hot and cold
water, mirrors, suitable wardrobes,
chairs, electric lights, and all the nice
appointments that characterize the most
up-to-date hotel* A modern system of
forced, but gentle ventilation changes
the air every few minutes in the staterooms, as well as in the public rooms,
continually bringing in the fresh, bracing atmosphere of the sea* Double
rooms with private bath and toilet are
provided in abundance and there are
also several suites with sitting room
connecting with the bedroom and bath*
Many single rooms are available for
those who prefer to be alone and some
of these have private bath*
The public rooms, which always contribute so much to every member's
enjoyment aboard ship, are unusually
attractive and well appointed*
ZZZZZBZMZ
Eighth Annual Cruise
Round the World
EVEN THE simplest little trip that
ends in a foreign port brings
endless complications * * * if you
do it on your own* An unfamiliar
language * * * all the red tape of port rules,
immigration and customs officials * * * the
choosing of guides, hotels and conveyances * * * every single thing costs the
traveller energy that ought to be left free
for sightseeing* And everything generally costs him more in money than he had
planned for, too, human nature being
what it is*
The travelwise man foresees all this*
He doesn't jump off into the blue*
Neither does he trust to personal longdistance arrangements made in advance
by letter or cable* He puts the whole
business into the hands of experts who
have met every difficulty so many times
before that the very best solution has
been worked out*
The Canadian Pacific is the World's
Greatest Travel System*   Its cruises are
undertaken in its own ships * ♦ ♦ one
management, ship and shore* From the
time the traveller crosses the gangway at
the beginning of the trip until he walks
off again, laden with memories, snapshots and loot, he hasn't had to make
a single decision that had to do with
the "mechanics" of travel* He has seen
everything * * ♦ always used the best hotels
* * * had the best guides * * ♦ been presented with a hundred and one surprises
in the way of entertainment * * ♦ and never
once has he wasted a single ounce of
strength on the unnecessary task of
"making arrangements*"
Also ♦ ♦ ♦ money has been saved for
him in every port, money that he can
spend in purchases abroad, or find in
the bank waiting for him on his return*
If such service is valuable on a short
cruise * * * how infinitely more important
it becomes when he starts off on the
longest trip he ever plans to take, and
circles the whole shining globe* THE  DAY   BY  DAY   STORY OF THE  CRJJISE A PRIVATE
SITTING ROOM
A most desirable feature of the
suites on Deck B is illustrated in this
view of the sitting room 216. There
are a number of suites in this great
ship which offer the utmost in comfort and spaciousness equivalent to
that indicated in the few photographs reproduced on this plan
A  LUXURIOUS
HOME-LIKE SUITE
This luxurious Sitting Room is seen
from a corner of the bedroom in
a Suite on Deck A like 108-110 or
109-111. Conveniently located in
the ship, both have exceptionally
comfortable arrangements
8th Annual Round the World Cruise
THE crack ship of a fleet that sails both the Atlantic and the Pacific under
the house-flag of the Canadian Pacific . . . the World's Greatest Travel
System . . . speedy, safe, luxurious . . . everything that a ship can
be. The wide decks, open to the sun, are the ideal setting for sports. The
Gymnasium is fully equipped. The Pompeiian swimming pool inside is reinforced
by another, out of doors, on deck for use when the ship is in tropic seas.
Dancing begins at the tea hour, goes on every evening (except Sunday) and
transfers itself from the ballroom to the deck as the ship drives southward. But
the jazz orchestra isn't the only one on board . . . there is also a second group
of more serious-minded musicians whose concerts are another popular feature
of the cruise.
As for lectures . . . never has so much information been wrapped up in so interesting a form.   The lecturer isn't merely an encyclopedist.
Various clubs spring spontaneously into being after the first few days at sea.
But entertainment alone wouldn't constitute this floating country house the
self-sufficient little world it must be. There are doctors and nurses of the best
. . . manicurists, barbers and hairdressers. . . and a chef and his staff who are
capable of providing menus which never become monotonous.
A cruise like this doesn't just "happen." It comes as a result of long experience
in cruise planning by the World's Greatest Travel System.
A cheerful rendezvous wt
friendships are made and
renewed in an informal atmosphere
assisted perhaps by a leisurely sipped
f the Main Lounge which
is located on the Promenade Deck,
showing its luxurious furnishings.
Many comfortable hours of relaxation can be whiled away here
THE
MAIN LOUNGE
When the center of the room is
cleared for dancing the Lounge is
transformed into a splendid dance
floor. A smart jazz orchestra completes the picture. For those who
enjoy classical music, a second group
of serious-minded  musicians  play
THE INDOOR
SWIMMING POOL
The pleasure of swimming may be
enjoyed at all times in the Pompeiian swimming pool on Deck D
Another pool, out of doors, is provided for additional use in the tropic
MSy.1
The Promenade Deck, forward  end, is
glass enclosed for comfort in all weather
DINING SALOON
A charming setting, with its many
small tables, for the tempting cuisine
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This   alluring   corner   suggests
luxury and a clublike air of ease Canadian Pacific
8th Annual
Round the World Cruise
Empress of Australia
THE DREAM SHIP OF CRUISES
21850 Tons Gross Register
32800 Tons Displacement
FROM NEW YORK
December 2,1930
137 Days Duration
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SCHEDULE   OF   FARES   FOR   THE   CRUISE
PROMENADE DECK
®@    1 with bath   2 Persons $7100
®®    2 with bath   2 Persons 7100
DECK A
®100 with bath   2 Persons 5800
®101 with bath   2 Persons 5800
102    1 Person 4725
103    1 Person 4725
104    1 Person 4800
105    1 Person 4800
®106   2 Persons 5000
©107   2 Persons 5000
©108-110 SUITE—
baggage roonf'    2 Persons 8600
©109-111 SUITE—
baggage roorrT    2 Persons 8600
112   2 Persons 4700
114   2 Persons 4700
115   2 Persons 4700
116   2 Persons 4700
©116 with bath   2 Persons 5700
117   2 Persons 4700
119   2 Persons 4700
©119 with bath   2 Persons 5700
.    120    1 Person 4750
120 with bath  1 Person $5800
122  1 Person 4700
123  1 Person 4750
123 with bath  1 Person 5800
124  1 Person 4700
125  1 Person 4700
126  1 Person 4700
127  1 Person 4700
128  1 Person 4700
129  1 Person 4700
130  1 Person 4750
130 with bath  1 Person 5800
131  1 Person 4700
133  1 Person 4750
133 with bath  1 Person 5800
©134  2 Persons 5000
® ©134 with bath  2 Persons 6000
136  2 Persons 5000
©137  2 Persons 5000
© ©137 with bath  2 Persons 6000
138  1 Person 4800
139  2 Persons 5000
©140-142-146 suite
Bedroom, sitting
gage roorn .. **'. 2 Persons 12600
141  1 Person 4800
143    1 Person        — $3600
144   2 Persons       — 3600
©145-147-151 suite
gage roTm .. "g. 2 Persons $12600 —
® ©148 with bath   2 Persons 6400 —
149   2 Persons — 3600
®150   2 Persons 4900 —
152   2 Persons 4700 —
® ©153 with bath   2 Persons 6400 —
154    1 Person — 4050
©155   2 Persons 4900 —
156   2 Persons 4700 —
157   2 Persons 4750 —
©157 with bath   2 Persons 5750 —
159   2 Persons 4650 —
160    1 Person 4700 —
161   2 Persons 4800 —
®161 with bath   2 Persons 5800 —
163    1 Person 4700 —
DECKB
200   2 Persons 4300 —
201   2 Persons 4300 —
202    1 Person 4700 —
203    1 Person 4700 —
®204 with bath   2 Persons 5650 —
©205 with bath  2 Persons $5650
®206  2 Persons 4750
® ©206 with bath  2 Persons 5750
©207  2 Persons 4750
© ®207 with bath  2 Persons 5750
208  2 Persons 4600
209  2 Persons 4600
®210  2 Persons 5100
® ©210 with bath  2 Persons 6100
©211  2 Persons 5100
© ©211 with bath  2 Persons 6100
®212  2 Persons 4675
©214  2 Persons 5200
®215  2 Persons 4675
© ©216-218   suite—
Bedroom, sitting
ba^agefoom^ 2 Persons 10600
216u    1 Servant     —
©217   2 Persons   5200
© ©219-221   suite—
baggage ZorT1. 2 Persons 10600
219u    1 Servant     —
®220   2 Persons   4750
222    1 Person    4700
©223   2 Persons   4750
®224 2 Persons   4750
225  1 Person $4700
®227  2 Persons 4750
®229  2 Persons 4675
231  1 Person 4700
| DECK C
300  2 Persons 4250
®300 with bath  2 Persons 5250
302  2 Persons 4400
304  2 Persons 4400
©304 with bath  2 Persons 5400
306  2 Persons 4250
308  2 Persons 4300
®309 with bath  2 Persons 5400
©310 with bath  2 Persons 5600
311  2 Persons 4250
312  2 Persons 4525
314  2 Persons 4400
315  2 Persons 4300
©316  2 Persons 4600
o ®316 with bath  2 Persons 5600
©317 with bath  2 Persons 5600
319  2 Persons 4525
®320 with bag. room 2 Persons 4675
® ©320 with    bath   and
baggage room .. 2 Persons 5725
321  2 Persons 4400
322  2 Persons 4300
©323   2 Persons $4600 —
® ©323 with bath   2 Persons 5600 —
324   2 Persons 4525 —
©326   2 Persons 4600 —
©327 with bag. room 2 Persons 4675 —
® ®327 with   bath   and
baggage room ..  2 Persons 5725 —
329   2 Persons 4300 —
® ®330 with bath   2 Persons 5700 —
331   2 Persons 4525 —
332    1 Person 4500 —
©333   2 Persons 4600 —
334   2 Persons 4500 —
335    1 Person — $3625
©336   2 Persons 4525 —
® ©337 with bath   2 Persons 5700 —
339   2 Persons 4450 —
341   2 Persons 4500 —
©343   2 Persons 4525 —
DECK D
W0    1 Person — 3100
101    1 Person — 3100
102   2 Persons 3200 —
103   2 Persons 3200 —
104   2 Persons 3125 —
105   2 Persons 3125 —
106   2 Persons 3100 —
107   2 Persons 3100 —
408
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409
... 2 Persons
3150
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...   1 Person
3600
411
...   1 Person
3600
41/
... 2 Persons
3150
414
...  2 Persons
3100
415
...  2 Persons
3150
417
...  2 Persons
3100
418
...  2 Persons
3900
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...  2 Persons
3750
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...  2 Persons
5000
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...   2 Persons
3750
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3750
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...   /Persons
3700
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...  2 Persons
3750
4/6
...   2 Persons
3600
427
...   2 Persons
3700
4/8
...  2 Persons
3300
429
...   2 Persons
5600
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...   1 Person
3750
431
...   2 Persons
3500
432
...   2 Persons
3500
433
...   1 Person
3750
434
...   1 Person
3750
435
...   2 Persons
3500
436
...   2 Persons
3575
437
...   1 Person
3750
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4050
439  2 Persons $3600
®440  2 Persons 3800
441  2 Persons 3700
442  2 Persons 3425
®443  2 Persons 3800
444  1 Person 3600
445  2 Persons 3425
446  2 Persons 3550
447  1 Person 3600
448  2 Persons 3550
449  2 Persons 3550
451  2 Persons 3550
452  2 Persons 3775
©452 with bath. 2 Persons 4775
454  2 Persons 3500
®454 with bath. 2 Persons 4500
455  2 Persons 3775
©455 with bath. 2 Persons 4775
456  2 Persons 3425
457  2 Persons 3500
©457 with bath. 2 Persons 4500
458  2 Persons 3600
459  2 Persons 3425
460  2 Persons 3475
461  2 Persons 3600
462  2 Persons 3600
463  2 Persons 3475
©464  2 Persons 3700
465  2 Persons $3600
466  2 Persons 3550
©467  2 Persons 3700
©468 with bath. 2 Persons 4550
469  1 Person —    $
470  1 Person —
471  2 Persons 3550
472.... ■  2 Persons 3500
473  1 Person —
474  1 Person —
475  2 Persons 3550
476  2 Persons 3450
477  1 Person —
478  2 Persons 3175
479  2 Persons 3500
480  1 Person 3600
481  1 Person —
483  2 Persons 3450
485  2 Persons 3175
487  1 Person 3600
500  2 Persons 2875
501  2 Persons 2875
502  /Persons 2925
503  2 Persons 29/5
504  / Persons —
506  2 Persons 2825
508  2 Persons 2925
510  2 Persons —
. 1 Person —    i
. 2 Persons $2825
. 2 Persons 2950
. 2 Persons 2825
. 2 Persons —
. 2 Persons 2925
. 2 Persons 2825
. 2 Persons —
. 2 Persons 2950
. 2 Persons 2825
. 2 Persons —
. 2 Persons 2950
. 2 Persons 2950
. 1 Person —
. 2 Persons 2925
. 1 Person —
. 1 Pen
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.   2 Persons —
.   1 Person —
.   2 Persons 2200
.   1 Person —
2 Persons     —
1 Person       —
2 Persons   2150
2150
2 Pers
1 Person
/ Persons 2150
2 Persons 2300
2 Persons     —
1 Person       —
1 Person       —
2 Persons 2300
1 Person 2325
1 Person      —
2 Persons     —
1 Person      —
1 Person 2325
. 2 Persons —
. 2 Persons $2300
. 1 Person 2325
. 2 Persons —
. 2 Persons Z200
. 2 Persons 2250
. 2 Persons —
. 2 Persons 2200
. 2 Persons —
. 2 Persons 2250
. 1 Person —
. 2 Persons —
. 2 Persons 2150
. 2 Persons 2150
. 1 Person —
. 2 Persons 2250
. 1 Person —
. 1 Person —
. 2 Persons 2250
. 1 Person —
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— $2100
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s     - 2000
2 Persons   2150 —
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berth, full size for adult.
THE CRUISE FARE INCLUDES fir
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STATES—$5 additional each person.
lA'O-A To secure reservation, a
deposit of $200 per passengeris required
Carry Canadian Pacific
TRAVELLERS Cheques
Good the World Over PRINTED IN U. S. A.
UNZ & CO., N. Y.

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