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OF DREAMS
COMES TRUE
How often have you visioned new horizons . . . distant lands . . . picturing yourself in gay
casinos at smart places; enjoying scenic grandeur from a motor car; viewing masterpieces
of the greatest artists; standing on actual spots where history has been made; lounging in
a gondola listening to soft music; bargaining with shrewd vendors; contrasting primitive
simplicity with the splendor of the princes; visiting Biblical lands; sailing up the Nile;
spending a night in the desert; standing awe-struck before the Tombs of the Kings at
Thebes, before the Temple of Karnak, or the Temple of Luxor; being transported quickly
and luxuriously from one scene to another, stopping at the best hotels.
This most pleasant dream becomes a reality with the 1932 Canadian Pacific Mediterranean
Cruise by the Empress of Australia, as you will see by the enlarged itinerary, which
includes every country, every port and shore excursion of importance for those who want
to be fully informed and conversant with the Mediterranean . . . the cradle of civilization.
The complete service and management which make Canadian Pacific the World's
Greatest Travel System are in effect ashore as well as on shipboard, and this management
relieves you of all worries, associated with independent travel, proving to be a real
economy as well, which is natural when experts plan for your every need. yyzyzizzzzzyym
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I HE two great features of a cruise demanding
attention are the cruise ship and the cruise  Itinerary.
In a cruise ship you expect suitability of the ship
to the demands of a particular cruise plus a proper
background of experience in cruise work on the
part of her officers and crew. Given this combination   and   the   success   of   your   cruise   is   assured.
The EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA for three sue-
cessive years has continually enhanced her reputation
in the performance of the Canadian Pacific World
Cruise. The ship ... her officers ... her crew, stand for
the all-important "know how" of cruising ... your cruise
investment returns are guaranteed by sound experience.
EMPRESS OF
AUSTRALIA
EMPRESS OF
AUSTRALIA
The EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA as you might
expect is admirably adapted to her work. She is
noted for her fine decks and open play spaces ... for
her splendid and spacious public rooms...her pool...
her gymnasium • .. and her fine dining room. The
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA is a gay ship... a friendly ship. Her bedrooms are of altogether unusual size
and comfort is the keynote throughout. Regular beds
... not "berths"... electric fans ... hot and cold running
water... proper wardrobes, all that makes for happiness and content aboard.
All service contacts... the hundred things that contribute to your pleasure, comfort, safety, entertainment
and convenience show meticulous care and attention
to detail. There is a Beauty Parlor, Barber Shop,
Doctor and Nurses, all forming a part of the complete
organization which serves you. LUXURIOUS
SITTING ROOM
CIFIC   MEDITERR,
RESS OF AUSTR/
POMPEIIAN
INDOOR POOL
This luxurious Sitting
Room is seen from a corner of the bed-room in a
Suite on Deck A like
108-110 or 109-111
Private bath  is attached
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LOUNGE AND
BALL  ROOM
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Bright sea water, continually changed, warmed
when necessary to a degree of invigorating comfort, entices you into the
attractive Pompeiian Pool
YOUR OWN (
S E A C L U B /
5 on Deck D which is
sually large rooms
if
A   luxurious   bedn
private bath and sit
A corner of the Main Lounge
showing its luxurious furnishings. Many comfortable hours
of relaxation can be whiled
away in this room. It is a most
delightful resting place between dances and equally
pleasant when enjoying concerts   or   other entertainments
Room 217 shows the remarkable dimensions of these  rooms.   Note  carefully the
completeness of its  fittings, running  water, full-length  wardrobe, sofa, electric fan
9th successful season
mediterranean cruises
A cheerful Smoking Room,
rendezvous for old friends, a
happy meeting place for new.
An informal atmosphere that
promotes and ensures friendships. Here you will find your
surroundings as delightful as
those of your favorite club CANADIAN PACIFIC   MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA
DINING SALOON
A charming setting, with its many small
tables, for the tempting meals prepared by
our famous chefs. The orchestra, in the
balcony, adds to the pleasure of the
happy luncheon and dinner hours
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UNUSUAL SUITES
This attractive Sun Room, a miniature conservatory, with five large windows, is typical
of two of the Deluxe Suites on Deck A
A most desirable feature of the suites on Deck B is illustrated in this view of
the sitting room of Suite 216-218. There are a number of suites in this great
ship which offer the equivalent in utmost comfort and spaciousness
A view of room 455 on Deck D which is
one of the many unusually large rooms
iss
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A   luxurious   bedroom   on   Deck   B   with
private bath and sitting room adjoining
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Room 217  shows the  remarkable  dimensions  of these  rooms.    Note  carefully  the
completeness of its  fittings, running  water, full-length   wardrobe, sofa, electric fan
9th SUCCESSFUL SEASON
MEDITERRANEAN CRUISES
DRAWING ROOM
This alluring corner suggests luxury and a
clublike air of ease; richly decorated, it is
one of the most popular spots for those
who enjoy bridge or companionship
DOUBLE ROOMS
Many unusually large staterooms with two
regular bedsteads may be found on Deck
C similar to  331, which  is shown below
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A luxurious room filled with ease. Arranged for dancing the room becomes
a beautiful setting for many brilliant affairs. Tea concerts and hours of fine
music make this room the centre of the ship's social life MEDIT
CRUISE
9th Season of Successful
Mediterranean Cruises
5S   OF  AUST
21850 Tons Gross Register    32800 Tons Displacement
Sailing from New York
February 3, 1932
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UNITED STATES AND CANADA
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1017 Healey Building
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C.H. White
87 Main Street West
WINNIPEG
W.C. Casey
Main St. and Portage Ave.
P. D. SUTHERLAND
General Passenger Agent, Cri
Montreal
W. G. ANNABLE
Asst. Steamship Passenger Traffic Manager
Montreal
Wm. BAIRD
Steamship Passenger Traffic Manager
Montreal
KEY TO LETTERS
ON DECK PLAN
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