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ALPHABETICAL PASSENGER LIST
"PRINCESS PATRICIA" - JUNE 24/80
S- SKAGWAY
K- KETCHIKAN
J- JUNEAU
A.
MRS
M
ARCAND
M/M
M
AGREY
MRS
D
ADAIR
M/M
A
AIR
MS.
E
ASCANIO
u
112 RT
148 RT
428 RT
106 SB
L 156 SB
U
E.
M/M D EMDE
M/M T.H. EVANS
M/M E ENDICOTT
M/M T P EVANS
M/M R ELLIOTT
M/M D. ELDER
319
406
407
408
106
161
RT
RT
RT
RT
NB
SB
F.
MRS
M
BERWICK
MRS
A
BAKEN
M/M
J
BAIRD
M/M
C.
BELL
M/M
P
BALDRIDGE
M/M
N
BRADLEY
MR.
E.
BENENATI
M/M
J
BACIGALUPI
M/M
A
BENNETT
M/M
W
BOYD
M/M
S
BURTON
M/M
D
BOYD
MS.
K
BOSWELL
M/M
H
BEALL
MS .
A
. BIRD
M/M
J
. BRECKNELL
MRS. E. CLARKE
MRS M CRAWLEY—
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MRS
M/M
MS.
MS.
MR.
MS.
MS.
M/M
G.
C,
C,
D.
S,
E,
C
B. CAMPBELL (ALL)
CLARK
(13)
(ID
CURTISS
CURTISS
CAMERER
CARVER
CHALLIES
CONNOR
M/M M CAMPBELL
M-/4*-M—e-AMP-fi-E-L-L- -
M/M S CLAMAN
MISS W. CAMBRIDGE!.
MRS I M CROUSE
M/M C COOK
t.ALCJh-R-
L
223
RT
L
300
RT
301
RT
320
RT
321
RT
332
RT
L
337
RT
402
RT
404
RT
415
RT
422
RT
323
NB
L
325
NB
425
NB
U
432
NB
433
NB
L 112 RT
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200 RT
205
216
216
217
217
227
231
314
RT
RT
RT
RT
RT
RT
RT
RT
318 RT
342 RT
L 322 NB
L 421 NB
421 SB
M/M
G
FERRAND
MRS
L
FOX
MR.
E
FORTIN
MR.
W
FORD
M/M
B
FINNERTY
M/M
J
FIARHURST
M/M
H
FINNERTY
M/M
J
FITZGERALD
MRS
FISHER
G.
MRS. B
MRS E
MS. M.
MISS L
M/M R
M/M J
MRS E
MRS E
M/M E
MRS M
M/M W
MRS S
MS. H
MR.
MR.
M/M
M/M
MRS. I
M/M K.
M/.M J
MISS M
MISS E
MR. A.
L,
R.
J
C
GRAHAM
GIBSON
GREENWOOD
GARRETT
GIDDINGS
R. GIDDEN
GROSSMAN
GOLDENBERG
H GROOM
GROOM
GALSTER
GUTHRIE
GALSTER
GALSTER
GALSTER
GAMAN
GIBSON
. GREENWOOD
GARDNER
.R. GERLACH
GERLACH
GIBSON
GRANT
126
RT
L
149
RT
U
151
RT
L
303
RT
304
RT
312
RT
317
RT
417
RT
U
441
NB
L
140
RT
U
147
RT
L
147
RT
U
149
RT
152
RT
207
RT
L
210
RT
L
210
RT
212
RT
L
212
RT
226
RT
L
227
RT
U
229
RT
L
229
RT
L
229
RT
306
RT
343
RT
L
410
RT
411
RT
156
NB
L
158
NE
U
421
NB
L
437
NB
D.
M/M DEMINION
MRS E DALRYMPLE
MRS L DELISLE
MRS J DAOUST
M/M N DAVIS
COL. P. DALON
MS. 0. DEMAYO
M/M R. DAMUDE
M/M L. DAWDY
H,
108
RT
U
136
RT
M/M H.L. HAVEN
L
150
RT
MRS S HUMPHRIES
U
214
RT
MISS H HEPBURN
309
RT
MS. H. HOOPER
L
161
NB
M/M H HAMERTON
U
156
SB
MISS A HALSEY
325
SB
MRS E HALSEY
433
SB
MISS H. HILL
MS. J. HERL
M/M R. HANSEN
MRS. I. HAIF*
M/M B. HODGSJR'
100
RT
L
154
RT
L
214
RT
U
300
RT
315
RT
L
330
RT
L
330
RT
U
336
RT
L
412
RT
426
RT
L
427
RT
431
RT
 - 2 -
H. Cont'd
Mc
Cont'd
MISS R HENNIE
MS. K. HIGGS
MRS M HORNSTEIN
MS. L. HODGES
M/M T HUMPHRIES
M/M A HAMMILL
MRS M HOCKMAN
U
158
NB
M/M R. MCNETT
401
RT
U
325
NB
MRS. K. MCKAY
L
410
RT
L
409
NB
M/M R. MCGEE
430
RT
L
409
NB
MISS M. MCKEE
U
310
NB
308
SB
MRS S MCNICHOL
U
434
NB
326
SB
MR. A.G. MCCORQUODALE
L
434
SB
U
432
SB
M/M T. MCGUFFIN
323
SB
M.
M/M R IRWIN
122 RT
MSTR J. JUDGE (8)
MRS J JOHNSTON
MISS M JACKSON
M/M C. JONES
MISS K. JACKSON
L
343
RT
U
400
RT
L
400
RT
420
RT
U
322
NB
M/M R MOORE
132
RT
MRS. E. MAHER
U
150
RT
DR/MRS R.W. MERRITT
218
RT
MISS D. MITCHELL
U
3 05
RT
M/M J. MUNRO
316
RT
M/M D. MOUREL
416
RT
M/M G. MICHIE
327
NB
MRS. C. MALCOLM
L
414
NB
MISS M. MATHEWS
U
423
NB
MR. B. MURRAY (Escort)
U
322
SB
M/M C MOORE
425
SB
MRS D MILLER
L
43 4
NB
N.
K.
MRS M KERN
MRS K KENNY
MS. M. KEYSER
M/M C KEMEN
M/M E KENNEDY
MISS M KEYES
MRS. L. KAYE
M/M W NORRIS
L
128
RT
M/M D. NEPP
L
214
RT
MSTR C NEPP (11)
L
341
RT
MRS. M. NASSAU
345
RT
329
NB
L
423
NB
L
432
SB
302 RT
339 RT
L 339 RT
U 427 RT
M/M B. OLDE
327 SB
MS. F. LOILE
M/M G LONGSTREET
MRS P LONGSON
MRS J LUNDIN
MISS S LUNDIN (14)
MS. L. LANSING
M/M S LAZAROFF
MS. B. LATINER
MS. M. LEEK
MS. E. LEEK
M/M M. LAYCOCK
MC.
MRS. M. MCLEOD
MRS. B. MCINTEE
MS. M. MCGARRY
MS. N. MCKEAN
M/M W MCDONALD
M.M S.K. MCWALTER
M/M D MCKELVIE
MS. R. MCINTOSH
U
142
RT
208
RT
L
305
RT
U
311
RT
L
311
RT
L
337
RT
418
RT
L
310
NB
L
435
NB
L
435
SB
329
SE
P.
MISS A. PETRUCCI
M/M E. PARRATT
M/M G. POWELL
MR. F. PILE (Escort)
M/M H. PILLAR
MR. A.R. PLESHE
L
U
152
307
328
437
409
318
L
102
RT
R.
L
136
RT
L
142
RT
M/M K ROBERTS
118
L
151
RT
M/M L. REED
124
157
RT
M/M J. ROBERTSON
138
219
RT
M/M D. RUGGLES
221
220
RT
MRS. H. ROSS
L
223
L
228
RT
MR. T. REESE (Escort)
L
224
RT
RT
RT
NB
SB
RT
T
R
RT
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Rl
Rl
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MRS
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M/M
P.    REDFERN
MR.
G.   REDFERN
MR.
E.    REMPEL
M/M
M.    REYNOLDS
M/M
M.    RYAN
MS.
S.    ROBBINS
MS.
H.    ROACH
MRS
M.    REED
M/M
S   READY
s.
M/M
W.E
.    SANFORD
MR.
H.
SMITS
M/M
R.
SHIMMELL
MRS
M.
SEELEY
DR/MRS.
W.    SMITH
MR.
R.
STEINBISS
MS.
H.
STEVENS
MRS
H.
STEVENS
MRS
A.
STIFF
M/M
E.A
.    SANDBURG
M/M
R.G
.    SMITH
MISS   C.
SHANE
M/M
D.K
.    SCOTT
MS.
H.
SIEDL
M/M
E.
STONES
DR/MRS.
D.H.    SMITH
MRS
E.
SHIPE
M/M
K.
SOMERS
M/M
G.
SWEGLES
MR.
W.A
.    SUTHERLAND
L
224
RT
340
RT
L
341
RT
L
347
RT
405
RT
416
RT
L
432
NB
U
435
NB
U
441
SB
338
RT
MS.   M.    SNEYD
DR/MRS.    R.    SUTHERLAND
MRS.   D.    SALMON
116
RT
U
144
RT
146
RT
L
154
RT
216
RT
L
222
RT
L
222
RT
U
2 28
RT
U
331
RT
333
RT
335
RT
L
336
RT
403
RT
L
412
RT
419
RT
429
RT
L
161
NB
324
NB
326
NB
U
434
SB
U
435
SB
437
SB
L
441
SB
MS.    C.   VAN   SANDICK
M/M   A.L.    VAN   NEST
M/M   R.    VALIQUETTE
W.
M/M A.
M/M E.
M/M R.
M/M K.
M/M S.
MR. R.
MISS T
M/M W.
M/M H.
MISS E
M/M E.
MRS. N
MRS. L
M/M D.
M/M R.
M/M   R.
X.
P.   WATSON
WALKER
WILKINS
J.   WALKER
WEISSMAN
WEISSMAN
.   WEISSMAN
J.   WRAY
WALKER
.   WHITELY
C.   WILLIAMS
.    WRIGHT
.    WILEY
WALLY
WAGHORN
WALDEN
(ID
Y.
M/M   W.   YOUNG
M/M   R.   YOUNTZ
MRS.   D.   YOST
M/M   S.   YOUNG
L 144 RT
206 RT
423   SB
110
RT
130
RT
153
RT
204
RT
215
RT
L
215
RT
L
215
RT
225
RT
334
RT
L
336
RT
424
RT
L
428
RT
L
441
NB
158
SB
310
SB
324
SB
104   RT
134   RT
U   140   RT
233   RT
Z.
MRS.    E.    TUCKER
M/M   J   TUMLISON
MRS.    R.    TATE    (All)
M/M   R.    THORPE
M/M   G   THOMSON
MRS.    L.    TONBERG
M/M   P   TAYLOR
MRS.    L.    THOM
M/M
Q.
ZILLIG
114
RT
M/M
L.
ZIMMER
120
RT
202
RT
209
RT
211
RT
331
RT
308
NB
414
NB
160
203
RT
RT
U.
ROUNDTRIP
?£S
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fares ro
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Category
Accommodations
AH First class and, below Boat Deck, are air-conditioned
A  Promenade Deck ■
300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329 — Upper & Lower
B  Promenade Deck - 308 309 310 311 - Upper, Lower & Toilet
Bi     Main Deck Fwd.
■ 100 102
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
Main Deck - 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
V*W Departure Dates
IMP.
June 16-24
July 2-10-18-26
Aug. 3-11-19-27
Berth
rate
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Sept. 4-12
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rate
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D      Upper Deck -204 206 207 209 211
Boat Deck - 400 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
423 425 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
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Upper Deck
Promenade Deck •
Boat Deck
144 146 147 148 149 150 151 153 156 158
■ 203 205 226 228 231 233
331 342 347
• 426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
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Upper Deck — 214
Boat Deck - 406 407 408 410 412 414
— Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth,
Shower & Toilet
Main Deck -160
Upper Deck — 200 202
Boat Deck - 424 429
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
Main Deck - 154 157 159 161
Boat Deck - 409 411 415 417 419
— Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth,
Shower & Toilet
G      Upper Deck — 217 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
Main Deck -152 155
Upper Deck - 212 229
Promenade Deck - 328 330 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339
340 341 343 345 — Upper, Lower, Folding
Lower Berth, Shower & Toilet
H     Upper Deck
- 208 210 215 - Upper, Lower, Double Wall
Bed, Shower & Toilet
Hi
I       Upper Deck
218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227
— Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower & Toilet
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passengers each pays flat rate of: Adult
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Boat Deck Convertible Lowers, Shower & Toilet         f_S9Q.. 3ISP.      /*>/0.  ;    SOJ'.Q.     M3J?j      AL$~7o*
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Note:   1. Fares, quoted in Canadian dollars and subject to change without notice.
2. To fares shown above add port taxes — Adults $3-2^60; Children $630;
3. All meals are included in cruise fare. &PQ 6>-50
4. Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-haTf adult fare. Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with
adult, one-sixth adult fare. If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare. Under two years of age, no charge if sharing
berth with adult. 	
5. Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates)
6. There are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at mostrjpxts of call. Costs for these are not included
in cruise fares. /"' / Lt-*<"—
7. Two-berth rooms contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain
fold-away single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra-fold-away berth. Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and Boat Deck only.     ^7 A ^^ / r*^^"
8. Cancellation of cruise ship reservations will be subject to-tne following changes: Within^45-io"30 days of sailing — 25 per
""days arkU-hereafter before sailing(date—JLOO-per cent.
cent; within 30 to 15 days' —50 per cent; 15 ... ,
9. Cot may be added to "I   category rooms — third occupant pays reduced fares
Princess Patricia — registered in Canada. All Canadian crew.
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Accommodations
All first class and, below Boat Deck, are air-conditioned
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Promenade Deck - 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329 - Upper & Lower
June 16-24
July 2-10-18-26
Aug. 3-11-19-27
Berth
rate
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B      Promenade Deck — 308 309 310 311 — Upper, Lower &. Toilet
m. /
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iHU —     — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
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Main Deck - 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122
124 126 128 130 132134 136 133 140 142
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
D     Upper Deck        -204 206 207 209 211
Boa t Deck - 400 401402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
423 425 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
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Main Deck - 144 146 147 148 149 150 151153 156 158
Upper Deck - 203 205 226 228 231 233
Promenade Deck - 331 342 347
Boat Deck - 426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
Upper Deck —214
Boat Deck - 406 407 408 410 412 414
— Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth,
Shower & Toilet
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Main Deck —160
Upper Deck —200 202
Boat Deck -424 429
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
Main Deck -154 157 159 161
Boat Deck - 409 411 415 417 419
— Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth,
Shower & Toilet
G      Upper Deck — 217 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
Main Deck
Upper Deck
Promenade Deck •
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- 328 330 332 333 334 335 336 337 333 339
340 341 343 345 — Upper, Lower, Folding
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H      Upper Deck ..„   - 208 210 215 - Upper, Lower, Double Wall '3bG$'1 3W#
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Hi     Upper Deck — 216 219 416 — Two Folding Uppers, Two
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I      Upper Deck
- 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227
— Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower & Toilet
*Note: 3rd anc!/or 4th person sharing same room with two full-fare paying
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2. To fares shown above add port taxes — Adults $*£8#, Children $63%^ ,"'.:
3. All meals are included in cruise fare. /^ CO A.&0
4. Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult rare. Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with
adult, one-sixth adult fare. If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare. Under two years of age, no charge if sharing
berth with adult.
5. Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
6. There ZTe optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of call. Costs for these are not included
in cruise fares.
7. Two-berth rooms contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain
fold-away single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth. Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and Boat Deck only. '■'
28. Cancellation of cruise ship reservations will be subject to the following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing — 25 per
cent; within 30 to 15 days -50 per cent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing date - 100 per cent.
Cot may be added to "I   category rooms - third occupant pays reduced fares*.
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July 2-10-18-26
Aug. 3-11-19-27
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144 146 147 148 149 150 151 153 156 158
■ 203 205 226 228 231 233
331 342 347
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2. To fares shown above add port taxes — Adults $12.60, Children $6.30.
3. All meals are included in cruise fajre.
4. Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-haTf adult fare. Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with
adult, one-sixth adult fare. If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare. Under two years of age, no charge if sharing
berth with adult.
5. Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
6. There are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of call. Costs for these are not included
in cruise fares.
7. Two-berth rooms contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain
fold-away single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth. Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and Boat Deck only.
8. Cancellation of cruise ship reservations will be subject to the following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing — 25 per
cent; within 30 to 15 days -50 per cent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing date - 100 per cent.
9. Cot may be added to "I   category rooms - third occupant pays reduced fares*
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Aug. 3-11-19-27
Berth
rate
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124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
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441 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
Upper Deck — 214
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adult, one-sixth adult fare. If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare. Under two years of age, no charge if sharing
berth with adult.
5. Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
6. There are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of call. Costs for these are not included
in cruise fares.
7. Two-berth rooms contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain
fold-away single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth. Elevator service between Upper, Promenade andBoat Deck only.
Cancellation of cruise snip
cent; within 30 to 15 days -50 per cent;
8. Cancellation of cruise snip reservations will be subject to the following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing — 25 per
cent; within 30 to 15 days -50 per cent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing date - 100 per cent. .
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Promenade Deck - 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329 - Upper & Lower
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Main Deck - 104 106 103 110 112 114 116 118 12C 122
124 126 123 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
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Igjjjj Departure Date:
June 16-24
July 2-10-18-26
Aug. 3-11-19-27
Berth
rate
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3. All meals are included in cruise fare. /3'&0 t -'pC
4. Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult fare. Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with
adult, one-sixth adult fare. If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare. Under two years of age, no charge if sharing
berth with adult.
5. Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
6. There are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of call. Costs for these are not included
in cruise fares. , ,     .    , _ ,
7. Two-berth rooms contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. I hree-berth rooms shown contain
fold-away single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth. Elevator service between Upper, Promenade andBoat Deck only. .•,„., ,.,. 1 .    .^ .    __  • c     ...
8. Cancellation of cruise ship reservations will be subject to the following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing - 25 per
cent; within 30 to 15 days -50 per cent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing date - 100 per cent.
9. Cot may be added to "I' category rooms - third occupant pays reduced fares*.
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Category
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124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
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D      Upper Deck
Boat Deck
204 206 207 209 211
■ 400 401 402. 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
423 425 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
Main Deck - 144 146 147 148 149 150 151 153 156 158
Upper Deck - 203 205 226 228 231 233
Promenade Deck - 331 342 347
Boat Deck - 426 427 42S 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
Upper Deck - 214*
Boat Deck. - 406*407*408*410*412*414*
— Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth,
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Main Deck - 160
Upper Deck - 200 202
Boat Deck - 424 429
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Main Deck -154 157159 161
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G      Upper Deck — 217 — Upper, Lower, Shower &. Toilet
Main Deck - 152 155
Upper Deck -212*229*
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340*341*343*345*- Upper, Lower, Folding
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H      Upper Deck
208 210 215 - Upper, Lower, Double Wall
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I       Upper Deck
■ 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227
— Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower & Toilet
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2. Single rate equivalent to two adult fares for exclusive occupancy of cabin.
3. Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult fare. Two years of age and under five if sharing berth with adult, one-sixth
adult fare. If occupying separate berth, one half adult fare. Under two years of age, no charge if sharing berth with adult.
4. Can accommodate one or two additional persons.
5. Fare includes ocean transportation, accommodations, entertainment, and all meals on board. Does not include shore excursions, alcoholic
beverages, port tax or gratuities.
6. Canadian Pacific reserves the right to increase the published fares appearing in this brochure without prior notice. In the event of an
increase in published fare the passenger has the option to accept or to cancel without penalty.
7. Shore excursions may be purchased aboard ship, however, the Company's responsibility does not extend beyond the vessel.
8. $100.00 deposit per person is due within 10 days after booking. Balance due 60 days before departure.
9. Cancellation will be subject to following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing, 25 percent; within 30 to 15 days, 50 percent. 15 days and
thereafter before sailing date, 100 percent. After receipt of deposit or final payment, a $25.00 per person cancellation fee must be charged to
partially offset administrative costs — regardless of reason.
10. Two-berth rooms contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single
upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth. Elevator service between upper, promenade and boat deck only.
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1980 Departure Dates
Category
Accommodations
All First class and, below Boat Deck, are air-conditioned
Fares quoted in Canadian dollars
All prices per person Double Occupancy
June 16-24
July 2-10-18-26
Aug. 3-11-19-27
June 8
Sept. 4-12
May 15-23-31
Sept. 20-28
Promenade Deck - 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329 - Upper & Lower
875
nr<j
830
m,o
$
785
I < i Q
B       Promenade Deck - 308 309 310 311 - Upper, Lower & Toilet
1025   Xo<Q
975      \t\1i
925   *WO
Bi      Main Deck Fwd.
100 102
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1100
AJ-3.X3
1050
alfl
995
I*! °\. O
Main Deck - 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1175
V^
1120
'J. XS
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1060
L"\3,C>
D      Upper Deck
Boat Deck
204 206 207 209 211
• 400 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
423 425 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1230
1175
-m.c
1110
•-/•a.O
E  Main Deck
Upper Deck
Promenade Deck
Boat Deck
144 146 147 148 149 150 151 153 156 158
• 203 205 226 228 231 233
• 331 342 347
• 426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1290
1225
SSqO
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Upper Deck - 214*
Boat Deck - 406*407*408*410*412*414*
— Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth,
Shower & Toilet
1290
1225
1160
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1160
Main Deck -160
Upper Deck - 200 202
Boat Deck - 424 429
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1360
Main Deck - 154*157*159*161*
Boat Deck - 409*411*415*417*419*
— Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth,
Shower & Toilet
I aoag
1290
1360
1290
1225
q M ffa
1225
G      Upper Deck — 217 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1445
1375
Main Deck - 152 155
Upper Deck - 212*229*
Promenade Deck - 328*330*332*333*334*335*336*337*338*339*
340*341*343*345*- Upper, Lower, Folding
Lower Berth, Shower & Toilet
1445
1375
^rio
0.17b
1300
1300
H       Upper Deck
208*210*215*- Upper, Lower, Double Wall
Bed, Shower & Toilet
1565   -j .->
1490 a<9ft>
1410    .
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|Hi      Upper Deck — 216 219 416 — Two Folding Uppers, Two
Boat Deck Convertible Lowers, Shower & Toilet
1590    «
M'Sk
1510 --,am
1435
I       Upper Deck
- 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227
— Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower & Toilet
1645
"Vvir
1560
1480
*Note: 3rd and/or 4th person sharing same room with two full-fare paying
passengers each pays flat rate of: Adult
Half-fare-age child
460
230
' 440
220
420
210
Note:   1. To fares shown above add port taxes — adult $13.00, children $6.50.
2. Single rate equivalent to two adult fares for exclusive occupancy of cabin.
3. Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult fare. Two years of age and under five if sharing berth with adult, one-sixth
adult fare. If occupying separate berth, one half adult fare. Under two years of age, no charge if sharing berth with adult.
4. ' Can accommodate one or two additional persons.
5. Fare includes ocean transportation, accommodations, entertainment, and all meals on board. Does not include shore excursions, alcoholic
beverages, port tax or gratuities.
6. Canadian Pacific reserves the right to increase the published fares appearing in this brochure without prior notice. In the event of an
increase in published fare the passenger has the option to accept or to cancel without penalty.
7. Shore excursions may be purchased aboard ship, however, the Company's responsibility does not extend beyond the vessel.
8. $100.00 deposit per person is due within 10 days after booking. Balance due 60 days before departure.
9. Cancellation will be subject to following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing, 25 percent; within 30 to 15 days, 50 percent. 15 days and
thereafter before sailing date, 100 percent. After receipt of deposit or final payment, a $25.00 per person cancellation fee must be charged to
partially offset administrative costs — regardless of reason.
10. Two-berth rooms contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single
upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth. Elevator service between upper, promenade and boat deck only.
Princess Patricia — registered in Canada. All Canadian crew.
 designed
for maximum
comfort
You'll find accommodation on
the Princess Patricia designed to
meet every cruise budget.
Staterooms range from cosy to
very spacious. But they have
much in common. They are all
carpeted throughout, very comfortable and all face outside.
Most staterooms are fully self-
contained with private shower
and toilet and, below the Boat
Deck all accommodations are
air-conditioned.
Staterooms aboard the Princess
Patricia in all categories are
designed to convert to sitting
room use in daytime.
clockwise from top left:
category (i) stateroom; category (a) stateroom;
category (c) stateroom; category (f) stateroom;
category (h) stateroom.
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1980 schedule: local times shown
... a full Alaska cruise itinerary
with no compromises
Ports of Call May June July August Sept.
Lv. Vancouver
2030
15-23-31
8-16-24
2-10-18-26
3-11-19-27
4-12-20-28
Ar. Ketchikan
Lv. Ketchikan
0830
1230
17-25
lune
2
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
6-14-22-30
Ar. Wrangell
Lv. Wrangell via Wrangell Narrows
1830
2045
17-25
2
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
6-14-22-30
Off Bartlett Cove
50-mile cruise to Glacier Bay,
Tarr & Hopkins Inlets & return.
Off Bartlett Cove
1300
2200
18-26
3
11-19-27
5-13-21-29
6-14-22-30
Oct.
7-15-23    1
Ar. Skagway
Lv. Skagway
0815
2300
19-27
19-27
4
4
12-20-28
12-20-28
6-14-22-30
6-14-22-30
7-15-23-31
7-15-23-31
8-16-24    2
8-16-24   2
Ar. Juneau                                        0830
Lv. Juneau                                      1230
Enter Tracy Arm —Cruise           1500-1900
20-28
5
13-21-29
7-15-23-31
Sept.
8-16-24   1
9-17-25   3
Via Wrangell Narrows
Ar. Prince Rupert
Lv. Prince Rupert
1300
1645
21-29
6
14-22-30
Aug.
8-16-24   1
9-17-25   2
10-18-26   4
Ar. Alert Bay
Lv. Alert Bay
1400
1700
22-30
7
July
15-23   1
9-17-25   2
10-18-26   3
11-19-27   5
Ar. Vancouver
0900
23-31
8
16-24   2
10-18-26   3
11-19-27   4
12-20-28   6
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather
conditions and to change without notice: including, without limiting the foregoing any change to comply with
requirements of any Federal, State, Provincial or Municipal Regulatory Agency or Authority.
THE T.E.V. "PRINCESS PATRICIA" DEPARTS AND ARRIVES AT NORTH END PIER B-C, FOOT OF BURRARD ST.,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
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—
Round trip cruise fares for every holiday budget
1980 Departure Dates
I
Fares quoted in Canadian dollars
All prices per person Double Occupancy
Accommodations
Category                      All First class and, below Boat Deck, are air-conditioned
June 16-24
July 2-10-18-26
Aug. 3-11-19-27
June 8
Sept. 4-12
May 15-23-31
Sept. 20-28
j.....             -.-.-■
A      Promenade Deck - 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329 - Upper & Lower.
$
875  \\
$
830
S
785    \0'
"   '#
B       Promenade Deck - 303 309 310 311 - Upper, Lower & Toilet
1025
975
925
:   ■         -a*0
Bi      Main Deck Fwd. - 100 102
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1100
1050
995
;-1
C       Main Deck           -104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1175
1120
1060
D      Upper Deck         - 204 206 207 209 211
Boat Deck             - 400 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
423 425 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1230
1175
1110
I
!               '*■■'"-"§
E       Main Deck           - 144 146 147 148 149 150 151 153 156 158
Upper Deck          - 203 205 226 228 231 233
Promenade Deck - 331 342 347
Boat Deck              - 426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1290
1225
1160
Upper Deck         — 214*   .
Boat Deck             - 406*407*408*410*412*414*
— Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth,
Shower & Toilet
1290
1225
1160
i
F       Main Deck           —160
Upper Deck          -200 202
Boat Deck             - 424 429
— Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1360
1290
1225
Main Deck           - 154*157*159*161*
Boat Deck             - 409*411*415*417*419*
— Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth,
Shower & Toilet
1360
1290
1225
1    '
G       Upper Deck          — 217 — Upper, Lower, Shower & Toilet
1445
1375
1300
i       '' ■ ■" '■
Main Deck           — 152 155
Upper Deck          - 212*229*
Promenade Deck - 328*330*332*333*334*335*336*337*338*339*
340*341*343*345*- Upper, Lower, Folding
Lower Berth, Shower & Toilet
1445
1375
1300
H       Upper Deck          - 203*210*215*- Upper, Lower, Double Wall
Bed, Shower & Toilet
1565
1490
1410
Hi     Upper Deck          — 216 219*416 — Two Folding Uppers, Two
Boat Deck                 Convertible Lowers, Shower & Toilet
1590
1510
1435
I        Upper Deck          - 213 220 221 222 223 224 225 227
— Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower & Toilet
1645
1560
14S0
*Note: 3rd and/or 4th person sharing same room with two full-fare paying
passengers each pays flat rate of:                                                                           Adult
Half-fare-age child
460
230
440
220
420
210
Note:   1. To fares shown above add port taxes — adult $13.00, children S6.50.
2. Single rate equivalent to two adult fares for exclusive occupancy of cabin.
3. Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult fare. Two years of age and under five if sharing berth with adult, one-sixth
adult fare. If occupying separate berth, one half adult fare. Under two years of age, no charge if sharing berth with adult.
4. Can accommodate one or two additional persons.
5. Fare includes ocean transportation, accommodations, entertainment, and all meals on board. Does not include shore excursions, alcoholic
beverages, port tax or gratuities.
6. Canadian Pacific reserves the right to increase the published fares appearing in this brochure without prior notice. In the event of an
increase in published fare the passenger has the option to accept or to cancel without penalty.
7. Shore excursions may be purchased aboard ship, however, the Company's responsibility does not extend beyond the vessel.
8. $100.00 deposit per person is due within 10 days after booking. Balance due 60 days before departure.
9. Cancellation will be subject to following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing, 25 percent; within 30 to 15 days, 50 percent. 15 days and
thereafter before sailing date, 100 percent. After receipt of deposit or final payment, a $25.00 per person cancellation fee must be charged to
partially offset administrative costs — regardles.s of reason.
10. Two-berth rooms contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single
upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth. Elevator service between upper, promenade and boat deck onlv.
Princess Patricia — registered in Canada. All Canadian crew.
 -< ■■ . "  .: ' . '
NORTHBOUND - "PRINCESS PATRICIA" - JULY 10/78.
MAJESTIC TOURS LTD.
NAME
ROOM
Mr.  R.  G.   Nichols
Mrs.             Nichols
U-309
L-309
Ms.   J.   Kozak
Mrs. E.   Pitman
U-134
L-134
Mr.  Cartwright
Mrs.  Cartwright
U-I36
L-136
Ms. S. Stauffer
Ms.  B. Warnke
U-138
L-138
Miss L. Fillion
Miss D. Holt
U-140
L-140
Miss M.  Lamaitre
Miss F. Duncan
U-142
L-142
Mrs.  M.  Looft
Mrs.  Irene Hill
U-423
L-423
Mr.  C. Winn
Mr. D.  Stevenson
U-425
L-425
Mrs. E.  Keir
Mrs.  L.  Harris
U-151
L-151
Mrs. Watson
Mrs.  Thomas
U-153
L-153
Mrs. E. Driscoll
Mrs.  McClean
U-2O5
L-205
Mrs.  I.  Hodges
Mrs.  A.  Schattert
U-331
L-331
Mrs.  A.   Jackson
Mrs.  G.  Louter
U-342
L-342
Mr.  D. Herron
Mrs.      Herron
U-347
L-347
Mrs.  B. Ferrief
Mrs.  S. Foster
U-432
L-432
Mrs.  S. Fuhr (Escort)
Mrs.  A.  Kobaluk
U-434
L-434
Mr. Charlie Svelka
Mrs.  A.  Svelka
U-435
L-435
Mr.  B.  Salley
Mrs.       Salley
U-437
L-437
Mr.  Chas.  Svelka
Mrs.             Svelka
U-441
L-441
Mr.  G.   Kulak
Mrs.   Julia Kulak
Mr.  D.  Henderson
U-410
L-410
L-410
Mr.   J.  Appleby
Mrs.       Appleby
L-412
L-412
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 SOUTHBOUND - "PRINCESS PATRICIA" - JULY 14/78
MAJESTIC TOURS LTD.
NAME
ROOM
Mr.  Clive Hough
Mrs. Betty Hough
U-309
L-309
Mr.  B.  Piercy
Mrs.      Piercy
Mr.  J. Wier
Mrs.      Wier
U-I36
L-I36
Ms.  Lea Clark
Mrs. V. Cornrike
U-138
L-138
Ms.  G.  Burt
Mrs. E. Campbell
U-140
L-140
Mrs. Edith Traub
Mrs. G.  Stephan
U-142
L-142
Miss L. Mueller-
Miss Erna Huget
U-423
L-423
Mr.  M. Gormley
Dorphella Gormley
U-425
L-425
Ms. B. Wahl (Escort)    L-153
Mrs.  L. Eagleson
Mrs.  L. Dale
U-205
L-205
Mr.  0.  Frank
Mrs.      Frank
U-331
L-331
Mr.  Strilichuk
Mrs.  Strilichuk
U-342
L-342
Miss M. Hilchie
Miss C.  Leek
U-347
L-347
Mr.  C. Rutton
Mrs.      Rutton
U-432
L-432
Mr.  H.  Anderson
Mrs.       Anderson
U-434
L-434
Mr. B.  Greenizan
Mrs.      Greenizan
U-435
L-435
Mr.  F.  Meier
Mrs.       Meier
U-437
L-437
Mr.  S.  B.  Christie
Mrs.             Christie
U-441
L-441
Mrs.  M.   Fleming
Mrs. B.E. Atmore
Mrs.  M. Malcomson
U-410
L-410
L-410
Mr.  A.  Koski
Mrs.  A.  Koski
Ms. G.  Olson
U-412
L-412
L-412
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver. British Columbia   V6C2R3
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TO: - CHIEF STEWARD
Please note attached Dining Room Requests
are passengers preference. Kindly handle
by date order (shown at top of our request)
All passengers have been advised specific
seating and time cannot be guaranteed, but
every effort will be made to comply with
all requests.
Thankyou.
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager, B.C.C.S.S
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A.
M/M M ANDERSON
M/M C ABEL
M/M H. ABBOTT
MRS. M. ASHWORTH
M/M J.G. ARTHUR
M/M C. ADAIR
MS. E. ASCANIO
MS. M. ALEXANDER
ALPHABETICAL PASSENGER LIST
"PRINCESS PATRICIA" - JUNE 16s 1980
C. Cont'd
M/M R.E. COFFMAN
MISS V. CLARKE
MS. M. CUNNINGHAM
M/M R. COTTON
MS. R. CUNNINGHAM
M/M J. CLIFT
MRS. M. CHARLAND
MS. E. COPELAND
S-SKAGWAY
J-JUNEAU
K-KETCHIKAN
157
RT
334
RT
342
RT
7T
347
RT
406
RT
306
NB
L
328
NB
L
412
SB
422
RT
U
311
NB
U
412
NB
420
NB
L
120
SB
158
SB
L
206
SB
L
410
SB
B.
M/M
B
BERGER
M/M
N ]
BRAY
MRS.
E
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M/M
M.
BROWN
DR/MRS
. C. BOURQUE
MRS
B
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M/M
R.r
r. BARBER
DR/MRS
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MRS.
0
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MR.
D.
BURCH
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MRS
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MRS.
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MS.
D.
BUTCHO
MRS.
M
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MS.
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BUSH
MS.
L.
BERCROFT
MRS .
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M/M
H.
BUTSON
MS.
B.
BEATON
M/M
J.
BUTCHER
MRS
J
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MR & MRS H. BOALCH
M/M H.
CURTIS
MRS M.
CREVIER
MS. L.
CALKINS
MS. K.
CHARMAZ
MRS. M
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MS. M.
CONNELLY (E
M/M L.
CRAIG
MISS R
CARRUTHERS
104
RT
153
RT
L
154
RT
160
RT
209
RT
U
316
RT
320
RT
321
RT
L
325
RT
U
329
RT
L
339
RT
L
339
RT
L
400
RT
405
RT
U
429
RT
U
124
NB
U
309
NB
U
414
NB
L
421
NB
434
NB
118
SB
L
124
SB
306
SB
L
417
RT
327
RT
108
RT
L
200
RT
U
205
RT
L
205
RT
L
220
RT
231
RT
307
RT
U
400
RT
D.
MR. G. DUROCHER (EXcl)
M/M F. DILLING
M/M E. DANIELSON
MS. 0. DEMAYO
M/M W.E. DEROCHE
M/M E. DEPUTAN
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M/M 3—EMHPff    7 fJ£.  L  D
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M/M H ETMANSKI
MISS D. ELLIOTT
100
144
215
328
207
418
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419
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RT
RT
NB
SB
SB
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L 421 NB
301 SB
L 309 NB
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CW. FISHER
L 329
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330
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U 206
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U 412
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147   RT
M/M   A   JOHNSON
136   RT
MRS   L   GIBBS
L   155   RT
M/M   M   JOLLEY
229   RT
M/M   D   GROSS
210   RT
MS.    A.    JEWITT
L
116   SB
M/M   V   GREY
324   RT
MRS   B   GREEN
L   416   RT
MISS   D   GATRELL
L   124   NB
M/M   G   GRAY    "
207   NB
M/M   L   GOLDSACK
433   NB
MRS   GUENTHER
L   435   NB
K.
M/M   W   GIBSON
303   SB
M/M   M   GILLIES
304   SB
M/M   G   KASPERCZYK
319   RT
MRS   H   GRIEVE
L   305   SB
MRS   W   KOWALD
U
435   NB
M/M   B   GIBSON
309   SB
MR   C   KEDD    (Esc)
112   SB
MRS   P   GRACE
L   328   SB
M/M   A   KELL
425   SB
H.
MRS   A   HAHN
U   110   RT
L.
M/M   W   LAUCHNER
102   RT
M/M   A   HEFFERNAN
130   RT
MRS   M   LOBO-FILHO
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134   RT
MRS   E   HERTZ
L   161   RT
M/M   M   LAFERRIERE
142   RT
MISS   C   HERTZ
L   161   RT
M/M   J   LEFERGEY
146   RT
MRS   V   HURLEY
L   217   RT
MRS   E   LARSON
L
154   RT-
M/M   J.    HARDILL
223   RT
MR   C-.L.    LARSEN
U
202   RT
MR.    J.   HURLEY
U   2 33   RT
MRS   R   J   LEFLAVOUR
L
212   RT
M/M   B   HERBERT
312   RT
MRS.    E.    LAMROCK
L
220   RT
MISS   J.   HARRIS
U   317   RT
M/M   K   LONG
308   RT
M/M   N.   HANNETT
318   RT
M/M   M   LEE
314   RT
M/M   0   HENBEST
322   RT
MISS   J.   LEVITT
L
317   RT
M/M   T   HANSON
340   RT
M/M   R   LILLIE
345   RT
MRS   M   HAWKE
L   345   RT
MRS.   E.    LAUGH
L
419   RT
M/M   R   HOLMES
401   RT
MRS   G   LOPPACHER
U
407   NB
M/M   A   HORTON
4 08   RT
M/M   A   LINK
418   NB
M/M   J   HATTEN
126   NT
MS   I   LIVINGSTON
U
116   SB
MRS   L   HEYWOOD    (excl)
204   NT
MS.    I.   LIVINGSTON
U
126   SB
M/M   C   HUTT
303   NT
M/M   J   LENNON
204   SB
MRS   M   HAGERMAN
L   4 07   NT
DR/MRS   L.    LITTLE
414   SB
M/M   B   HALL
4 32   NB
MR.    R.   LITTLE
L
414   SB
M/M   A.V.    HALL
311    SB
MRS.    I.    LEE
U
433   SB
M/M   W   HUCKELBRIDGE
407    SB
MISS   C.    LEE
L
43 3   SB
MS.    C.    LEFEBVRE
U
434   SB
I.
MRS   L.    IRELAND
L   134   RT
MS.    L.    IRELAND
L   118   NB
MRS   I   IRONS
L   328   SB
,■»
*'"  'VaB^aaaa
 V
- 3
MC.
O.
M/M H MCNAIR
140
RT
M/M T.R. OSTLE
215
RT
MRP C MCCLOUGHEN
U
155
RT
MR. P. OTTENBRITE
315
RT
MSTR K. MCCLOUGHEN (5)
L
155
RT
DR. H. OTTENBRITE (WIFE)
315
RT
MISS K. MACKEY (15)
U
219
RT
MS. H.P. OSBORN (Excl)
302
NB
MISS M. MACKEY (11)
L
219
RT
MISS R. MACKEY (9)
L
219
RT
M/M C. MCGREGOR
225
RT
MS. J. MCNEICE
L
226
NB  '
MRS J MCLEAN
U
335
RT
MISS K. MCCARTHY
L
409
RT
P.
MR  J MCCARTHY
L
409
RT
M/M J L MCWILLIAMS
427
RT
MRS M PRINGLE
L
221
RT
MRS M MacDONALD (Escort
)(All)114
NB
MRS. S. POLLITT
L
224
RT
M/M K MCNABB
211
SB
MSTR D. POLLITT (13)
L
224
RT
MS M MCCARTHY
U
331
SB
MSTR M PATTERSON (8)
L
408
RT
MRS W. MCEWAN
L
435
SB
DR/MRS D. PERLEY
426
RT
MRS G MCEACHERN
U
437
SB
MR. B. POGSON
U
156
NB
MS. E. PALMER
U
305
NB
MS. H. PALMER
L
305
NB
MS. L. PRESTON
L
331
NB
MS. M. PLANTE
U
120
SB
MS. M. PETRY
L
126
SB
M.
MS. R. PARK
MR G PELLING (Excl)
L
331
441
SB
SB
MR. LLOYD MERRITT
U
138
RT
MS. E. PEAT
412
N,B
MR. LYLE MERRITT
L
138
RT
M/M M METCALF
159
RT
"
M/M R MITCHELL
203
RT
>
MRS C MULHOLLAND
U
217
RT
MISS M. MAUNDER
L
218
RT
Q-
M/M R MULHOLLAND
227
RT
MR RAY MARINA (Escort)
U
300
NB
DR/MRS G. QUIGLEY
150
RT
MS. H. MOSER
L
335
RT
MSTR B QUILLING
L
343
RT
M/M J.A. MORAN
402
RT
M/M R D MAWHOOD
430
RT
MR. K. MARTIN
L
116
o 1X7
MR K MARTIN
L
420
MRS I. MILLHAM (Exc)
112
NB
M/M R MURRAY
304
NB
R.
MS. H. MURDOCH
L
412
NB
M/M V MOTTS
114
SB
M/M G RICHARDS
106
RT
MS. M. MAIR
L
156
SB
M/M L REGEN
132
RT
M/M L. MARSHALL
226
SB
M/M G.N.C. RIVINGTON
152
RT
MR. B. MURRAY
L
300
SB
MISS R. RUTHERFORD
L
218
RT-
M/M J MAGEE
432
SB
MR W. RYAN (16)
L
233
RT
MS. M. MILES
L
437
SB
MR. K. REINKINS
L
316
RT
MRS. J. MYERS
U
404
RT
MS K ROBINSON
L
332
RT
M/M J. MARSHALL
341
RT
M/M A RINTOUL
M/M N ROSS
343
415
RT
RT
N.
MSTR N ROSS (11)
L
415
RT
MISS R ROLLIT
L
417
RT
M/M G NEIMAN
411
RT
MRS A ROWEN
L
407
NB
M/M C NESS
158
NB
MS. M RITCHIE
L
414
NB
MRS M NAVARRE
L
311
NB
MR. ROBERTS
L
441
NB
M/M J NICOL
302
SB
MS. E. REINFE^DS
U
156
SB
M/M H NICHOLS
424
RT
MS M RAMSBOTTOM
L
412
SB
MISS S. ROBERTSON
U
200
RT
 _ /. _
ms. 0. SCHMIDT
L
110
RT
M/M R. SHIELDS
128
RT
MRS C SIPE
L
202
RT
MRS C SMART
L
208
RT
MRS R.W. SIMPSON
L
221
RT
MRS A. SANARD
L
222
RT
M/M T SCHWARK
228
NB
M/M D SHAW
310
RT
MRS J. SHARP
L
323
RT
MRS P SCHWAB
L
332
RT
M/M W.L. SKINNER
L
333
RT
MS. H. SKINNER
L
335
RT
M/M M.H.F. SHORTINGHAUS
336
RT
MRS A SCHORTINGHAUS (Exc)
338
RT
MRS. M. SCRUTTON
L
347
RT
M/M G SCOTT
403
RT
MISS M. SNIDER
L
429
RT
MR. J. SANDERS
L
156
NB
M/M C STEWART
211
NB
MS. L. STEWART
U
226
NB
MS. G. SWAN
L
421
NB
M/M R SNEDDON
437
NB
M/M D SCOTT
122
SB
MR D SCANLON (Escort)
U
300
SB
MRS C SEVERS
U
305
SB
M/M G SULLIVAN
410
SB
M/M R. SWEEZY
423
SB
M/M G SWEEZY
421
SB
V.
M/M J VIPOND
W,
MRS B WAHL (Escort)
M/M ON WORLEY JR
M/M J F WHITWORTH
MRS J WALTON
MR R.K. WINN
M/M D WOLFE
MSTR E WOLFE (15)
MSTR D WOLFE (12)
MRS B WHYTE
M/M J S WRIGHT
M/M S WHEELOCK
MRS WRIGHT
M/M J WILLIS
MS. M. WHEATLEY
MS. B. WHEATLEY
MR M WRIGHT
(All)
337 RT
100
SB
148
RT
151
RT
L
208
RT
L
214
RT
216
RT
L
216
RT
L
216
RT
U
323
RT
416
RT
428
RT
U
206
NB
423
NB
U
425
NB
L
425
NB
U
441
NB
T.
MRS E TKACH
M/M B TOLLIDAY
MISS E THORP
M/M V TEEFT
MRS THRUSH
MS J TEMPLETON
MS S. THEBERGE
MRS D TURNER
L
222
RT
326
RT
L
404
RT
431
RT
L
206
NB
U
331
NB
L
434
SB
U
435
SB
Y.
MS. M. YOUNG
Z.
U 124 SB
ROUNDTRIP  22"7
NORTHBOUND _^ 7 /,
SOUTHBOUND     5'/
 B.C. Coast Steamship Services,
Pier B, Ft. Burrard Street,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
V6C 2R3
Please advise preference for meals on board "PRINCESS PATRICIA", and
v;e shall endeavour to arrange.  Specific seating or time cannot be
guaranteed but, every effort will be made to comply v/ith all requests,
BREAKFAST    LUNCH     DINNER
1ST SITTING (T^BiOO  AM"  ^l2730~Pr?j)  ^7oO~PM)
2ND SITTING g:45 AM      1:30 PM   7:00 PM
IF POSSIBLE @ TABLE FOR   -      ,   4, t  6 ) or   8
NAME      r>1;^S.       PhyLciS     m      UUI^^Q/7 	
ROOM & SAILING DATE       UlLkJl      %  / 2. % £\conn        .3-/ a
NOTE:       .IF POSSIBLE,   TABLE NUMBER WILL BE PLACED  IN  CABIN  ON  SAILING
NIGHT,   OR MAY BE SECURED FROM STEWARD ON  UPPER DECK  - AFT.
SOCIAL LOUNGE.
*** NOTE        ABOVE TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
It      (AAA/r&Lt*     To     £f?/?7,,VA>£
OUiL-u       CL (4 Aa/C & _
 BC Coast Steamship Service
Pier "B", Vancouver, BC    V6C2R3
Telex 04-507684
Tel (604) 665-2507 or 665-2508
CP Rail
H
MW Holland
Manager
RRReld
June 30,  1978
Asst Manager
Mrs.R. Brown
14462 Magdallen Crescent
White Rock,  B.C.
V4B2W2
Dear Mrs.  Brown:
We have received your dining request and your letter concerning
special dining requirements and we have advised the ship of
such. We will endevour to do our
 CPRall
Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
7
TO: - CHIEF STEWARD
Please note'attached Dining Room Requests
are passengers preference. Kindly handle
by date order (shown at top of our request)
All passengers have been advised specific
seating and time cannot be guaranteed, but
every effort will be made to comply with
all requests.
Thankyou.
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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TO FARES SHOWN BELOW
ADD TAX — ADULT STJjOJ
CHILDREN 5-11 YRSTSf^O,.
tf
1977 Summer seast
Round trip cruise fares to suit ewery pocket and pyrse
SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
I
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■'If
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"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Registered in Canada
JUNE 16-24
JULY 2-10-18-26
AUGUST 3-11-19-27
JUNE 8
SEPTEMBER 4
HAY 31
^L
Berth
Rats
77F
S615.00
FiFF
Tttd
Fori. IM or
2 in Room
&
Berth
ale
Fori. TV. or
2 in Room
17C37TE
$1,170.00
Berth
Rate
W7S%
S555.00
Fori.l'/jor
2 in room
(a) PROMENADE DECK    - 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321322 323 324
325 326 327 329-Upper and Lower r/ji\NO 3r$s7i /
. inn m7 _ tinner   i nuuar   Shnwpr anrl Tnilot    7 FJ
2>(e
$1,230.00
100 102 - Upper, Lower. Shower and Toilet 7"      '
308 30.9 310 311 -Upper. Lower and Toilet q^
&*
irj?i
$1,380.00 ,
WAM
$585.0Q.:
$655.00
$1,110.00
T/ZF/rSF
$1,240.00
(b) MAIN DECK FVVD
PROMENADE DECK
$690.00
$1,310.00
*0T. «
$620.0b
2-
ft
.FTfFF
$755.06-.
$1,510.00
W7FA7j
$720.00
73^l77fS
$1,440.00
7?AfF$c,
$680.00.
ATSToC
$1,360.00
(c) MAIN DECK - 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 121122
124 126 128 130 132134 136 138 140 142
—Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
m
77
'-7*26
$790.00
//■FtdSkr
$1,580.00
7ot£4-
$750.00
$1,500.00
Of
WfrSU
$710.00 ,
73\yf73o
$1,420.00 -
(d) UPPER DECK - 204 206 207 209 211     "
BOAT DECK <j, - 40Q 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421-422
— 423 425-Upper. Lower, Shower and Toilet
(e) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
-144146147 148149150151 153 156158
- 203 205226228 231 233
-331^2^47
- 426 477 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 43)
441—Upper. Lower. Shower and Toilet
UPPER DECK -214
BOAT DECK - 406 407 408 410 412 414-Upper,Lower.
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
$1,660.00
$1,660.00+
$790.00
*-—    i
$790.00
$1,580.00
$1,530.00+
$745.00
$745.00
$1,490.00
$1,490.00 +
(f) MAIN DECK
upper deck
boat deck
maTndeck	
promenade deck
boat deck
-160
- 200 202-Upper. Lower. Shower and Toilat
-424 429
-154 157"159161 U^per.TowerV	
- 334 336 338 339 341 343 Folding Lower Berth.
- 409 411 415 417 419       Shower and Toilet
■*,
$880.00
7)r-f§-
$880.00/
$1,760.00
lUdMi
$1,760.00+'
$835.00
$835.00
$1,670.00
$1,670.00+
$790.00
$790.00
$1,580.00
^TT58trB6+
%f
/
(g) UPPER DECK - 217-Upper. Lower. Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00
$1,770.00
$1,680.00
MAIN DECK -152155
UPPER DECK -212 229
PROMENADE DECK    - 328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345-
Upper. Lower. Folding Lower Berth. Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00+
 V.:.	
r4vo
$1,770.00+
 /-	
$1,680.00+
BOAT DECK
- 416—Two Folding Uppers. Two Convertible
Lowers. Shower and Toilet
$1.865.00B
$1,770,001
$1,680.0011
(h) UPPER DECK - 208 210 215-Upper. Lower. Double Wall
Bed. Shower and Toilet
216 219-Two Folding Uppers, Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower and Toilet
f<jo£, bk
S2.020.00B
$2,255^00
73//. 3Z
S1,920.00»
IVL<?$
S1.820.00H
-A
$2,0
40-
**""""""j
(i) UPPER DECK
- 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227-
Twin Beds, Tub Bath. Shower and Toilet
$2>140.00
$2,030.00
+ Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
Adult   ....................
Half-fare-age child* ..............
$630.00-
$315.00-
5Cl/\t3%
$600.00'
$300.00-
$570.00-
$285.00-
2K£M
7
■ Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these rooms will
be:
Each Adult ......................
Each Half-fare-age child*	
$630.00
$315.00
/
$600.00
$300.00
/
$570.00
$285.00
/
■■j..
NOTE: Two-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away   RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth.    Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and Boat Decks only. AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
"Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult fare.
Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with adult, one-sixth adult fare.
If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare.
Under two years of age, no charge if sharing berth with adult.
Cancellation of cruise ship reservations will be subject to the following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing — 25 percent; within 30 to 15 days — 50 percent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing
date —100 percent.
Itwra are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of call.
Costs for these are not included in cruise tares.
Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
 l/sa/ff.
TO FARES SHOWN BELOW
ADD TAX —ADULT $7.60 -
CHILDREN 5-11 YRS. $3.80.
1977 Summer season
Round trip cruise fares to suit every pocket and purse
SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
ffiP
'PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Registered in Canada
JUNE 1S-24
JULY 2-10-18-26
AUGUST 3-11-19-27
JUNE 8
SEPTEMBER 4
J
Berth
Rate
For1.1Vt.or
2 in Room
Berth
Rata
85.00
Fori. IVtor
2 in Room
AY31-
Berth Fori. 1W or
Rate 2 in room
(a) PROMENADE DECK
- 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329-Upper and Lower
ST/'
■&7J
$615.00
/IJf.'A-Z
, $1,230.00
$52
17$fftA%$
$1,380.00
$655.00
///&ZS
S1.17Q.00
7&7U&
&21S&'
$555.00
1*
0.0C
$620.00
/057F7IL
si.iio.oo'
7/$&7H
$1,240.00
(b) MAIN DECK FWD       - 100 102 - Upper. Lower. Shower and Toilet
PROMENADE DECK    -308 309 310 311-Upper, Lower and Toilet
~&
$690200
$1,310.00
V438-0J
1,510.00 .
$720.00
WW
$680.00
1W22
,360.00
(c) MAIN DECK - 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 1181120,122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
—Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
7/.
<■■,
$755.00
/3,-r/.77L
$1,440.00
AA
$1
WW
$790.00.
/SoTf'/F
$1,580.00
i/ifrcc
$750.00
$1,500.00
7/JUf q /352:3b
(d) UPPER DECK -204 206 207 209 211
BOAT DECK - 400 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
- 423 425—Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
75:
$710.00
$1,420.00
e) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
-144146147 148149150151 153156158
- 203,205-226 228 231 233 -■.
- 33V342JM7
- 426^4272428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
\7<k
UPPER DECK -214
BOAT DECK - 406 407 408 410 412 414-Upper,Lower.
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
$830.00
...v/i:
'ShV- <£/*
> $1,660.00
$790.00'
&b*/tf&
$1,580.00
...I2z	
Hop
$745.00
/JAA^GAF
$1,490.00
$830.00
$1,660.00+
$790.00
$1,580.00 +
$1,490.00 +
(f) MAIN DECK - 160
UPPER DECK - 200 202-Upper. Lower, Showe'r and Toilet
BOAT DECK -424429
MAIN DECK -154157 159161 Upper, Lower,
PROMENADE DECK    - 334 336 338 339 341 343 Folding Lower Berth.
BOAT DECK - 409 411 415 417 419        Shower and Toilet
$880.00
$880.00
$1,760.00
$1,760.00+
$835.00
\7<3t
$1,670.00
$835.00
/M&tfL
$1,670.00+
$790.00
7-?^Or<so
$790.00
$1,580.00
7£zAh%J
$1,580.00+
(g) UPPER DECK - 217—Upper. Lower, Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00
$1,770.00
$1,680.00
MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
-152155
■212 229
PROMENADE DECK  „V328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345-
^ Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
!7%'.2.c-
$1,865.00+.
W5F7F2-
$1,770.00 +
)
/&COkP0
$1,680.00+
BOAT DECK
- 416-Two Folding Uppers. Two Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00a
$1,770.00a
$1,680.00*
$1.920.00a
■~>r\~K*7. //■•)
l  '  !—An    I  '—
(h) UPPER DECK - 208 210 215-Upper, Lower. Double Wall
Bed. Shower and Toilet
216 219-Two Folding Uppers, Two     s
Convertible Lowers. Shower and Toilet
$2,020.OOlf
£P/4r&
55.1
Y7333/7
$1 ,820.00k
$2,030.00  '
(i) UPPER DECK
smm.
- 218 220 221 222 223 224(22J>227-~7
Twin Beds, Tub Bath. Showerand Toilet
$2,255.00
$2,140.00
+ Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
Adult	
Half-fare-age child*
V
$630.00-
$315.00
(pC
C-OO
Pcoco
$600.00
$300.00
S-71. /P23
$Mffl±
$570.00 -
$285.00-
-SFCL-Z'T'
277/7/0.
Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these rooms will
be:
Each Adult	
Each Half-fare-age child*	
$630.00
S315.00
$600.00
$300.00
y
$570.00
$285.00
NOTE: Two-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away   RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
s. convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth.    Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and Boat Decks only. AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
single upper berths, i
'Children's feret: Five years of age and undBr 12, one-half adult fare.
Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with adutt. one-sixth adult fare.
If occupying separate bertii, on«-ha!f 2-lu1' *ve.
Under two years of age, no charge if sharing c». * with adult.
There are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of caS.
Costs for these are not included in cruise fares.
Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
-\
Cancellation of cruise ship reservations will be subject •■> -   <iSlowing charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing—25 percent; within 30 to 15 days — 58 percent; 15 days ami thereafter before sailing
date —100 partem.     / .   1 ,   _ft ^-j _
J&4^i^~MJ^/C.-c ^(t^/0£ co    lU'7gb*eo   =  CTFf&Z.&Q
 ' 7 P- *
TO FARES SHOWN BELOW ., J£n 3
ADD TAX —ADULT $7.60   " - 7if£ /' 2£y^
CHILDREN 5-11 YRS. $3.80 -~.//3f3. G5
1977 Summer season
Round trip cruise fares to suit every pocket and purse
SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
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"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Registered in Canada
JUNE 16-24
JULY 2-10-18-26
AUGUST 3-11-19-27
JUNE 8
SEPTEMBER 4
MAY 31
Berth
Rate
Fori. IVior
2 in Room
Berth
Rate
Fori, IVior
2 in Room
Berth
Rate
Fori. I'/ior
2 in room
(a) PROMENADE DECK - 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329-Upper and Lower
591
-U
3M-
$615.00.-
3A/&-
7/S&M
> $1,230.00
£(3ii3o
$585.00
//3£, co
$1,170.00
t5±k7?Zr
$1,380.00
$655.00
/25*?,Lo
$1,310.00
553.6i>
$555.00
t&
/c67-Bo
$1,110.00
$620.00
$1,240.00
(b) MAIN DECK FWD      - 100 102 - Upper. Lower. Shower and Toilet
PROMENADE DECK    - 308 309 310 311 -Upper. Lower and Toilet
$690.00
[cj MAIN DECK - 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
—Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
7*5
<=7b
$755.00
/73"7 7%,
$1,510.00
$720.00
tWWtFIFo
$1,440.00
$680.00
/3o
$1,3i
60.00
(d) UPPER DECK -204 206 207 209 211 737.6>/
BOAT DECK -400 401402 403 404 405 418 420 421422 $790.00
- 423 425—Upper. Lower, Shower and Toilet
$1,580.00
7311.1 &
$750.00
$1,500.00
<£2777 /3/&3S ^
.$71.0.00
S1,420.00
(e) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
UPPERDECK	
BOAT DECK
_144146 147148 4.4SHjfU51 153156158
-203 205 226 228 231 233 #-.
-331342-347^ - s
-426427 428 430 431432433 434435 437 \
(^TpUpper] Lower, Shower and Toilet
-214 "' '	
- 406 407 408 410 412 414-Upper,Lower.
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet      - ,
$830.00
$830.00
> $790.00
$790.00
$1,580.00
$1,580.00+
$745.00
$1,490.00
*i%&rk+faM&
$745.00
$1,490.00 +
(f) MAIN DECK - 160
UPPER DECK - 200 202-Upper, Lower. Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK -424429
MAIN DECK - 154157 159 161 Upper. Lower.
PROMENADE DECK    - 334 336 338339 341 343 Folding Lower Berth.
BOAT DECK - 409 411 415 417 419       Shower and Toilet
$880.00
$880.00
$1,760.00
■fbfc&cr
$1,760.00+
$835.00
$835.00
$1,670.00
flsafrfc
$1,670.00+
$790.00
$790.00
$1,580.00
$1,580.00+
)
(g) UPPER DECK - 217—Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00
$1,770.00
$1,680.00
MAIN DECK -152155
UPPERDECK -212 229 /
PROMENADE DECK    - 328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345-
Upper, Lower. Folding Lower Berth. Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK
..■ft
— 416-Two Folding Uppers. Two Convertible
Lowers. Shower and Toilet
/
/-/
772. £fr
$1,865.00+
?.$y.£7.:.
$1,865.00a
/7o/.<fX
$1 ,£70.00+;
&7&frf&
$1,770.00a
$1,680.00+,
-Hrti
$1,680.00B
(h) UPPER DECK - 208 210 215-Upper. Lower. Double Wall
Bed. Shower and Toilet
216 219-Two Folding Uppers, Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower and Toilet
/9&i'$o
$2,020.OOB
.'2//&.lk
$1,920.OOB
7
51.820.00B
)
(i) UPPER DECK
- 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227-
Twin Beds. Tub Bath. Shower and Toilet.
S2J255,
00
$2,140.00
$2,030.00
+ Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
Adult	
Half-fare-age child* ..............
$630.00
$315.00-4
ix&7j(?
$QZ'fff>
$600.00-
$300. OIL.
*"■*■ j£>
7L7/Z
$570.00
$285.00-
£7$.o$
'XI4-.Q+
Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these rooms will
be:
Each Adult	
Each Half-fare-age child*   .	
$630.00
$315.00
/
$600.00
$300.00
/
$570.00
$285.00
/
NOTE: Two-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single towers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away   RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth.    Elevator service between Upper.Promenade and Boat Decks only. "'" '■'"' """' " "T '"' ""••"-•-""'"•"" ■■
AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
There are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of call.
Costs for these are not included in cruise tares.
Gratuities and bar services are not included in Quoted rates.
Cancellation ol cruise ship reservations will be subject to the following charges: Within 45 to 3D days ol sailing—25 percent; within 30 to 15 days—50 percent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing
date —100 percent.        -.' , , -^_<y /     sj „ /■?,-. v_^„
>■'■-*.' C -,tU.*AooAo0A~Cf1?- AOF.cc ^JTcdf^o go^Cf&btz-oo.
'Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12. one-half adult fare.
Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with adult, one-sixth adult far
If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare.
Under two years of age, no charge if sharing berth with adult.
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7?
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CHILDREN 5-11 YRS. $3.80-. -j^tf
TO FARES SHOWN BELOW •   -
ADD TAX — ADULT $7.60   '-/.3t"
1977 Summer season
Round trip cruise fares to suit every pocket and purse
SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
3%7>
'PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Registered in Canada
JUNE 16-24
JULY 2-10-18-26
AUGUST 3-11-19-27
JUNE 8
SEPTEMBER 4
MAY 31
Berth
Rate
For 1,1 Vi or
2 in Room
Berth
Rate
Fori, IK or
2 in Room
Berth
Rate
r\ftf&
For 1,1 Vi or
2 in room
;a) PROMENADE DECK - 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329-Upper and Lower   .
5'T
(b) MAIN DECK FWD
PROMENADE DECK
100 102 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
308 309 310 311-Upper, Lower and Toilet
■7o2
$615.00
' <? Cf*..
1*7.   /
$690.00
//9W4?
$1,230.00
' 3 ?f7 7-
■~ I-0U
$1,380.00
&
\pb7.9(*
-$585,00^
//3£. qz
$1,170.00
7x
$655.00
A2F7/7£
A
$1,310.00
T
$3^.i/3
$555.00
/077.(c/,v
$1,110.00 /
IIaaI
$620.00
$1,240.00
(c) MAIN DECK - 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122
124126128130132 134136138 140142
-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
t>
733
oo
$755.00
/T-fck.oo
.$1,510.00
/33a.91
$1,580.00
(=99-ofL
$720.00 -
/3>q;go7-
$1,440.00
$680.00
73363%
$1,360.00
/7-3b.30
$1,500.00 x
U'9-32
$710.00
$1,420.00
(d)UPPERDECK -204 206 207 209 211 7<»&.<?Y
BOAT DECK -400 401402 403 404 405 418 420 421422 ]$790.00
- 423 425-Upper, Lower, Srjrwyer and Toilet
$750.00
(e) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
144 146 147 148 149 150 151)153 156 158
203 205 226 228 231 233^
- 331 342 347
- 426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435'437
441-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
^$830.00
UPPERDECK -214
B0ATDECK      _-.    - 406407 408 410 412 414-Upper.Lower.
/       Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
W
$830.00
/6//.W-
i $1,660.00 .,
$1,660.00 +
$790.00
7&&;??
$790.00
/633.9$ 73%3o t*/4l.U)
$1,580.00     ^$745.00 ' $1,490.00
75/3Tm^Z^Xr#wk'$6
$1,580.00+    $745.00     $1,490.00 +
(f) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
BOAT DECK
-160
200 202-Upper,
- 424 429
Lower, Shower and Toilet
$880.00
MAIN DECK      '    / -154157 159 161 Upper, Lower.
PROMENADE DECK    - 334 336 338 339 34K343 Folding Lower Berth.
BOAT DECK - 409 411 415 41J.419        Shower and Toilet
$880.00
$1,760.00
ms-*9z
$1,760.00 +
$835.00
$835'. 00"
$1,670.00
$1,670.00 +
$790.00
$790.00
$1,580.00
$1,580.00+ I
(g) UPPER DECK - 217—Upper. Lower. Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00
$1,770.00
$1,680.00
MAIN DECK -152155
UPPERDECK -212 229
PROMENADE DECK    - 328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345-
Upper, Lower. Folding Lower Berth. Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK
- 416-Two Folding Uppers. Two Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet
/$/o.tf
$1,865.00 +
t$loM
$1,865.00a
nt&H'
$1,770.00 +
lA//t,±4A7
$1,770,001
7(a3!.oL>
$1,680.00+
AT^Kolo-
$1,680.00B
(h) UPPER DECK - 208 210 215-Upper, Lower. Double Wall
Bed, Shower and Toilet
216 219-Two Folding Uppers, Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower and Toilet
[i) UPPER DECK - 218 22tf221 222 223 224 225 227-
Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
1WJU ■
$2,020.OOB
2/$<?.3Z
(
/%/>4a0$
$1.920.00B
te71M
/7t><o.9$
$1.820.00B
f i tvrrno
j rtfl uiP
$2,030.00
$2,255.00 .
$2,140.00
+ Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
Adult	
Half-fare-age child*
$630.00
$315.0Q-
3t.Z,%2
$600.00 .
$300.00.
Stm\&*
$570.00.
$285.00.
$S3.3^
Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these rooms will
be:
Each Adult	
Each Half-fare-age child*	
$630.00
$315.00
7
$600.00
$300.00
7
$570.00
$285.00
/
NOTE: Two-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away   RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth.    Elevator service between Upper,Promenade and Boat Decks only. "' '"'	
'Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult fare.
Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with adutt, one-sixth adult fare.
If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare.
Under two years of age, no charge if sharing berth with adult.
AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
There are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of cafl.
Costs for these are not included in cruise fares.
Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
Cancellation of cruise ship reservations will be subject to the following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing — 25 percent; within 30 to 15 days — 50 percent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing
dat.-100p.rc.nt. Tk^t      XU*'00 -° *-£/«?/03.00       M,* £>.*>-I^*/. 40
J
 1
1977 Summer season
Round trip cruise fares to si
TO FARES SHOWN BELOW
ADD TAX — ADULT $7.60
CHILDREN 5-11 YRS. $3.80
■
nit every pocket and purse
SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
JUNE 16-24                                                                       ^70/  s&8A
JULY 2-10-18-26                 JUNE 8                                   «**»##   OC O
AUGUST 3-11-19-27            SEPTEMBER 4                             MAY 31
Registered in Canada
Berth
Rete
For 1,1% or
2 in Room
Berth
Rate
For 1,1'A or
2 in Room
Berth
Rate
For 1,1'/i or
2 in room
I(a) PROMENADE DECK    - 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
I                                      325 326 327 329-Upper and Lower
$615.00
$1,230.00
$585.00
$1,170.00
$555.00
$1,110.00
(b) MAIN DECK FWD       - 100 102 - Upper. Lower, Shower and Toilet
PROMENADE DECK    - 308 309 310 311 -Upper, Lower and Toilet
$690.00
$1,380.00
$655.00
$1,310.00
$620.00
$1,240.00
(c) MAIN DECK y         -104106108110112114116118120122
7              124126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$755.00
$1,510.00
$720.00
$1,440.00
$680.00
$1,360.00
(d) UPPER DECK            -204 206 207 209 211
BOAT DEC K               - 400 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
- 423 425—Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$790.00
$1,580.00
$750.00
$1,500.00
$710.00
$1,420.00
(e) MAIN DECK             -144146147148149150151 153156158
UPPER DECK             - 203 205 226 228 231 233
PROMENADE DECK    -331342 347
BOAT DECK               - 426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441 -Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$830.00
$1,660.00,
$790.00
$1,580.00
$745.00
$1,490.00
	
UPPERDECK            -214
BOAT DECK              - 406 407 408 410 412 414-Upper,Lower,
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
$830.00
$1,660.00+,
$790.00
$1,580.00+
$745.00
$1,490.00 +
(f) MAIN DECK              - 160
UPPER DECK            - 200 202-Upper, Lower. Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK              -424429
$880.00
$1,760.00
$835.00
$1,670.00
$790.00
$1,580.00
MAIN DECK              - 154 157 159 161              Upper. Lower.
PROMENADE DECK    - 334 336 338 339 341 343 Folding Lower Berth.
BOAT DECK               -409411415417419        Shower and Toilet
$880.00
$1,760.00+
$835.00
$1,670.00+
$790.00
$1,580.00+
(g) UPPER DECK             - 217—Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00
$1,770.00
$1,680.00
MAIN DECK               -152155
UPPERDECK             -212 229
PROMENADE DECK    - 328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345-
Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00+
$1,770.00+
$1,680.00+
BOAT DECK               - 416-Two Folding Uppers, Two Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet
$1,865.OOB
$1,770.OOB
$1,680. OOB
(h) UPPER DECK             - 208 210 215-Upper, Lower. Double Wall
Bed, Shower and Toilet
216 219-Two Folding Uppers, Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower and Toilet
$2,020.OOB
$1,920.OOB
$1.820.00B
(i) UPPER DECK            - 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227-
Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
$2,255.00
$2,140.00
$2,030.00
+ Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
Adult	
$630.00
$315.00
$600.00
$300.00
$570.00
$285.00
■ Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these rooms will
be:
$630.00
$315.00
$600.00
Mnn nn
$570.00
$285.00
„    i
NOTE: Two-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away   RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth.    Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and Boat Decks only.                  AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
'Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult fare.                                                     There are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of call.
Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with adult, one-sixth adult fare.                                           Costs for these are not included in cruise fares.
If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare.                                                                                                                                                                                                         •
Under two years of age, no charge if sharing berth with adult.                                                                Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
Cancellation of cruise ship reservations will be subject to the following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing—25 percent; within 30 to 15 days — 50 percent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing
date —100 percent.
 For CP Alaska
cruise
reservations,
phone any of these
CP Air offices:
CP Air flies to Vancouver (your port of embarkation) from Montreal, Ottawa,
Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton and Calgary. Also from Los Angeles and San
Francisco.
CANADA
I
Halifax
(800)361-8635
Calgary
(403) 265-8300
Quebec City
(418) 692-0912
Edmonton
(403) 429-6371
Montreal
(514)931-2233
Grande Prairie
(403) 532-2031
Ottawa
(613) 237-1380
Fort Nelson
(604) 774-2561
Kingston
(800)361-8026
Fort St. John
(604) 785-5621
Toronto
(416)362-2211
Watson Lake
(403) 536-7455
Hamilton,
(416) 525-4020
Whitehorse
(403) 667-7881
Kitchener
(519)653-5764
Prince George
(604) 563-0521
Waterloo
(519)653-5764
Terrace
(604)635-7111
London
(519) 433-6675
Prince Rupert
(604) 624-9181
Windsor
(519) 254-3701
Kelowna
(800) 663-3502
Sudbury
(800)261-8561
Vernon
(800) 663-3502
Sault Ste. Marie
(800)261-8561
Kamloops
(800) 663-3502
Thunder Bay
(800)261-8788
Victoria
(604)382-6111
Winnipeg
(204)957-1060
U.J
Vancouver
i.A.
(604)682-1411
Miami
Enterprise-2911
Chicago
Enterprise-2744
Atlanta
Enterprise-2920
Minneapolis
Zenith-5-2000
Washington
Enterprise-4540
Seattle
(206) 622-6562
Philadelphia
Enterprise-6287
Utah
(800) 426-7000
New York
(212) 581-7920
Colorado
(800) 426-7000
Boston
Enterprise-5692
Texas
(800) 426-7000
Pittsburgh
Enterprise-2911
Arizona
(800) 426-7000
Buffalo
(716) 856-4186
Nevada
(800) 426-7000
Cleveland
Enterprise-6418
California
(800) 426-7000
Detroit
(313) 962-6025
CPAir T~A
 TO FARES SHOWN BELOW
ADD TAX —ADULT $7.60
CHILDREN 5-11 YRS. $3.80
-*i57L
3.7'(*
1977 Summer season
Round trip cruise fares to suit every pocket and purse
SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
/%P
'PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Registered in Canada
JUNE 16-24
JULY 2-10-16-26
AUGUST 3-11-19-27
JUNES
SEPTEMBER 4
MAY 31
Berth
Rate
For 1,1 VS or
2 i   Room
Berth
Rate
For 1,1'/.or
2 in Room
Berth
Rite
For 1, 1 Vi or
2 in room
(a) PROMENADE DECK
- 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329-Upper and Lower
6>t7Sf/
$615.00
7271 IU,
$1,230.00
~.~rO "Vr
$585.00
/ U<5 sr i
//s$, 7a
$1,170.00
*-yfA/-5~c
$555.00
' r3 cf
/0<Y>-/- CV
$1,110.00
(b) MAIN DECK FWD       - 100 102 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
PROMENADE DECK    - 308 309 310 311-Upper, Lower and Toilet
$690.00
$1,380.00
no?Tog^o?no~n 2 114 116 118 120 122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$655.00
$1,310.00
/fi*75
$620.00
j. i
$1,240.00
(c) MAIN DECK
$755.00
$1,510.00
/ALh
/
$720.00'
7
7775.
$1,440.00
■i/Z>.*4r
$680.00
$1,360.00
$1,500.00
/oz-^'i
$710.00
$1,420.00
(d) UPPER DECK -204 205207 209 211 77,2/7
BOAT DECK -400 401402 403 404 405 418 420 421422   ' |S790.00
— 423 425—Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$1,580.00
'/7&i? 7
$750.00
MAIN DECK -144146 147 148149 150 151 153 156 158
UPPERDECK -203 205 226 228 231233
PROMENADE DECK    -331342 347
BOAT DECK - 426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441—Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$830.00
UPPERDECK -214
BOAT DECK - 406 407 408 410 412 414-Upper,Lower,
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
 *-+er..
7- fd
SS30.00
$1,660.00
fWDt 3>h
$1,660.00 +
f/f.
$790.00
7U77
$790.00
$1,580.00
f5&77*m
$1,580.00 +
(f) MAIN DECK -150
UPPER DECK - 200 202-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK -424 429
MAIN DECK - 154 157 159 161 Upper, Lower,
PROMENADE DECK    - 334 335 338 339 341 343 Folding Lower Eerth,
BOAT DECK -409411415417419        Shower and Toilet
$880.00
l7±l...<}7.
a
11' -*-o
S880.00
$1,760.00
M.
$1,760.00 +
$835.00
.CT.O.L..O.-J
■j- *&■ /C5
$835.00
$1,670.00
i ess irirt y?
$1,670.00 +
$745.00
$745.00
JVP&
$1,490.00
-j.--^:^ -j.
ffOAArf
$1,490.00 +
$790.00
7&3CTJ
$790.00 '
$1,580.00
$1,580.00 +
(g) UPPER DECK - 217—Upper. Lower. Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00
$1,770.00
$1,680.00
MAIN DECK -152155
UPPERDECK -212 229
PROMENADE DECK    - 328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345-
Upper. Lower, Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK - 416-Two Folding Uppers, two Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00 +
iFjJ7.£Z-
$1,865.00B
$1,770.00 +
AZa*<;U~-
$1,770.00a
. /    C    A\       ^ ,
(LL 3
$1,680.00 +
7 /&5l7
$1,680.00B
(h) UPPER DECK - 208 210 215—Upper. Lower. Double Wall
Bed, Shower and Toilet
216 219-Two Folding Uppers, Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower end Toilet
looooe
$2,020.00a
-i-.: %**> 7 /
$1,920.00a
y$o/< Fi
$1,820,003
S> 2
(i) UPPER DECK
218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227-
Twln Beds, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
$2,255.00
/&■
f*
$2,140.00
$2,03U.0fT
+ Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
Adult	
Half-fare-age child*	
S630.00-
$315.00
3/f. $$
$600.00 -•
$300.00-
•57*/:&/-
7L77.CX
S570.00—
$285.00-
5^7 ?^7
Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these rooms will
be:
Each Adult	
Each Half-fare-age child*	
$630.00
$315.00
7
$600.00
$300.00
y
$570.00
$285.00
V
NOTE: Two-bsrth rooms shown contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away    RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth.    Elevator service between Upper. Promenade and Boat Decks only. AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
There are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of cal.
Costs for these are not included in cruise Tares.
Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
'Children't faret: Five years of age and under 12. one-half adult fare.
Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth wfth ariuft, one-sixth adult fare.
If occupying separate berth, Dne-haff adult fare.
Under two years of age. no charge if sharing berth with adult.
Cancellation of cruise ship reservations will be subject to the following charges: Within 45 lo 30 days cf sailing — 25 percent; within 3D to 15 days — 50 percent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing
date —100 percent.
-■!-~fFr rc^U^
/■CO
5C  cc
 TO FARES SHOWN BELOW
ADD TAX —ADULT $7.60
CHILDREN 5-11 YRS. $3.80
- 3. 93
1977 Summer season
Round trip cruise fares to suit every pocket and purse
SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
/%>
'PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Registered in Canada
JUNE 16-24
JULY 2-10-18-26
AUGUST 3-11-19-27
JUNE 8
SEPTEMBER 4
MAY 31
Berth
Rate
For 1,114 or
2 in Room
Berth
Rate
For 1, 1 % or
2 in Room
//$y. ?o
$1,170.00
ZjAOasLi*.
Berth
Rate
For 1,1 Vi or
2 in room
(a) PROMENADE DECK
300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329-Upper and Lower
«£$/ Til
$615.00
/Z+AL.72.
$1,230.00
/3<73.<72
$Wo.9o
$585.00
Ut-
ft.
$655-.00
Z&&./7)
$555.00
VIA/aZO
$1,110.00
$1,240.00
i:
(b) MAIN DECK FWD
PROMENADE DECK
- 100 102 - Upper. Lower, Shower and Toilet
- 308 309 310 311—Upper. Lower and Toilet
$690.00
$1,380.00
$1,310.00
$620.00
fc) MAIN DECK
104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
-Upper, Lower. Shower and Toilet
702.
$755.00
$1,510.00
1X7*271
$720.00
$1,440.00
$680.00
(373-72
$1,360.00
7<ff.
$790.00
fsqz. <j<7
$1,580.00
IsJWIFF
$1,500.00
7/7/7
$710.00
'737:3y-
$1,420.00
(d) UPPER DECK      ,      -204 206 207 209 211
BOAT DECK - 400 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
- 423 425-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
737.57
$750.00
i MAIN DECK -144146147 148149150151 153156158
UPPERDECK -203 205 226 228 231233
PROMENADE DECK    - 331 342 347
BOAT DECK - 426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441-Upper, Lower. Shower and Toilet
UPPERDECK -214	
BOAT DECK - 406 407 408 410 412 414-Upper,Lower.
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
r,3$
$830.00
t3%
t(7]b.7L
$1,660.00
-f.
■»>
$830.00
rtfikftr
$1,660.00+
777-77
$790.00
$790.00
/5%£77
$1,580.00
$1,580.00 +
$745.00
$745.00
i£h£.o4
$1,490.00
$1,490.00 +
(f) MAIN DECK -160
UPPER DECK - 200 202-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK - 424 429
MAIN DECK -154157 159161 Upper. Lower.
PROMENADE DECK    - 334 336 338 339 341 343 Folding Lower Berth.
BOAT DECK -409411415417419        Shower and Toilet
$880.00
$880.00
$&
$1,760.00
$1,760.00+
$835.00
PSSM
$835.00
$1,670.00
>4?.--cJK?
$1,670.00+
$790.00
$790.00
$1,580.00
$1,580.00 +
(g) UPPER DECK
217—Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00
$1,770.00
$1,680.00
MAIN DECK -152155
UPPERDECK -212 229
PROMENADE DECK    - 328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345-
Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK
- 416—Two Folding Uppers. Two Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet
IM3.Z2
$1,865.00+
\f.^$3,tX-
$1 ,865.00b
nnsL
$1,770.00+
m7&>-
$1,770.00B
7U7&7C
$1,680.00+
/M^.fT,.
$1,680.00B
(h) UPPER DECK - 208 210 215-Upper, Lower. Double Wall
Bed, Shower and Toilet
216 219-Two Folding Uppers. Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower and Toilet
$2,020.00B
3*77 n
/C/39.3X
$1,920.00B
/S33.3S
$1.820.00B
homage
!i) UPPER DECK
■ 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227-
Twin Beds. Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
$2,255.00
$2,140.00
$2,030.00
+ Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
Adult	
Half-fare-age child*	
$630.00 —
$315.00-
3/f./g
$600.00'"
$300.00 -.
30'3> Q'3
$570.00-
$285.00-
3'75-7,V-
Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these rooms will
be:
Each Adult	
Each Half-fare-age child*	
$630.00
$315.00
7
$600.00
$300.00
•
$570.00
$285.00
7
NOTE: Two-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away    RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth.    Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and Boat Decks only- AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
'Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult fan.
Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with adult, one-sixth adult fare
If occupying separate berth, one-half adult f art.
Under two years of age, no charge if sharing berth with adult
There ate optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of
Costs for these are not included in cruise Tares.
cal.
Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
Cancellation of cruise ship reservations will be subject to the following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing — 25 percent; within 30 to 15 days — 50 percent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing
yiTi */6e * o - ,C7^ * 99- oo   a^fsc •co -> jQ^Lry* ^.^o
date —100 percent.
 TO FARES SHOWN BELOW
ADD TAX —ADULT $7.60  -
CHILDREN 5-11 YRS. $3.80
A<J*7. *H7
AU?3. '?Z
1977 Summer season
Round trip cruise fares to suit every pocket and purse
SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
S.JT
'PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Registered in Canada
JUNE 16-24
JULY 2-10-18-26
AUGUST 3-11-19-27
JUNES
SEPTEMBER 4
MAY 31
Berth
Rata
/2a5. n
$1,230.00
t35Z7*/
$1,380.00
For 1,1 VS or
2 in Room
Berth
Rate
Fori. 114 or
2 in Room
Berth
Rate
377:11
$555.00
M&7
Fori. 1V4or
2 in room
(a) PROMENADE DECK
300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329-Upper and Lower
tU*
<9*/-
$615.00
t//tp*t*7
W7332
$585.00
t7/£>td
$1,170.00
ti&k$o
$1,110.00
(b) MAIN DECK FWD       - 100 102 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
PROMENADE DECK    - 308 309 310 311-Upper, Lower and Toilet
$690.00
$655.00
$1,310.00
$755.00
/7-%0F3%
$1,510.00
$720.00
$1,440.00
\P1
$620.00
$1,240.00
S££S£ 1333.32
[c) MAIN DECK
104106108110112114116118 120122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
7*73
$680.00
$790.00
$1,580.00
$750.00
$1,360.00
737717$
$1,420.00
(d) UPPER DECK -204 206 207 209 211
BOAT DECK - 400 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
- 423 425-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
7',
/770«5$
$1,500.00
$710.00
(e) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
_ 144 146 147 148 149 150 151 153 156 158
- 203 205 226 228 231 233
- 331 342 347
- 426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$830.00
m
$1,660.00
77M£>
$790.00
UPPERDECK -214
BOAT DECK - 406 407 408 410 412 414-Upper,Lower.
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
$73,
37?Z
$830.00
/&£?>-'# -TPted
$1,660.00 +
$790.00
/677■00
$1,580.00
i5-2/^:<?e\
$1,580.00 +
13o.3<77/^77?
$745.00     $1,490.00
7%>7$77ji7)77%
$745.00     $1,490.00 +
(f) MAIN DECK - 160
UPPER DECK - 200 202-Upper, Lower. Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK -424 429
MAIN DECK -154157 159 161 Upper. Lower.
PROMENADE DECK    - 334 336 338 339 341 343 Folding Lower Berth,
BOAT DECK •    -409 411415 417 419        Shower and Toilet
4,
$880.00
$880.00
$1,760.00
-/-A7<
$1,760.00+
$835.00
$835.00
$1,670.00
$1,670.00 +
$790.00
$790.00
$1,580.00
/gj/fyoe
$1,580.00+
(g) UPPER DECK - 217-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$1,865.00
$1,770.00
$1,680.00
MAIN DECK -152155
UPPERDECK -212 229
PROMENADE DECK    - 328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345-
Upper, Lower. Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK - 416-two Folding Uppers, two Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet
t$£$M
$1,865.00 +
tm$7t4?
$1,865,001
r)3s.mX%
$1,770.00+
$1.770.00B
//777o7-
$1,680.00+
./4>.</q.$4-
$1,680.OOB
$2,020.00B
2J?./OA7f
UPPER DECK - 208 210 215-Upper, Lower. Double Wall
Bed, Shower and Toilet
216 219-Two Folding Uppers, Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower and Toilet
t?Z&3£,
$1,920.OOB
1c<7?02
Y7f^32
$1,820.OOB
«?<}o.i7
$2,030.00
(i) UPPER DECK
- 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227-
Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
$2,255.00
$2,140.00
+ Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
Adult	
Half-fare-age child*
$630.00
$315.00-
Ltn~t>t7
$600.00 ■
$300.00-
S$$.2aZ
2$th tl
$570.00-
$285.00-
55$. ?Z
Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these rooms will
be:
Each Adult	
Each Half-fare-age child*	
$630.00
$315.00
/
$600.00
$300.00
y
$570.00
$285.00
•
NOTE: Two-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers. Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away   RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
single upper berths, convertible single lower and extra fold-away berth.    Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and Boat Decks only.
AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
There are optional shore tours provided by independent tour operators at most ports of cal.
Costs for these are not included in cruise fares.
Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
'Children's fares: Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult fare.
Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with adult, one-sixth adult fere.
If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare.
Under two years of age, no charge if sharing berth with adult.
Cancellation of cruise ship reservations wilt be subject to the following charges: Within 45 to 30 days of sailing — 25 percent; within 30 to 15 days — 50 percent; 15 days and thereafter before sailing
 TO FARES SHOWN BELOW
ADD TAX - ADULT  $7.60 -
CHILDREN 5-11 YRS. $3.80,.
1977 SUMMER SEASON
ROUND TRIP CRUISE FARES TO SUIT EVERY POCKET AND PURSE
,/U*  7 77
s/2* 3. S7
ROUND TRIP ALASKA SUMMER CRUISE FARES - 1977 SEASON - SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
®-2,/oJ-
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Registered in Canada
JUNE 16-24
JULY 2-10-18-26
AUGUST 3-11-19-27
Berth
Rate
(a)   PROMENADE DECK
300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325  326  327  329  - Upper and Lower
'615.00
7Fc%
For 1,  14 or
2 in Room
/7l?£>/o
1230.00
^ 585.00
f77/%, /7r
JUNE 8
SEPTEMBER 4
Berth
Rate
655.00
For  1,   11$ or
2  in Room
//73 f(*
1170.00
73JU7TZ
1310.00
MAY 31
Berth
Rate
555.00
■37,
620.00"
For  1,   llj or
2 in Room
//37Z<&2/3-
1110.00
(b) MAIN DECK FWD
PROMENADE DECK
100 102 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
308 309 310 311 - Upper, Lower and Toilet
7o
690.00
1380.00
1240.00
(c) MAIN DECK - 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
- Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
7
\fO.*/c
755.00
/£40a So
1510.00
72ztef
720.00
Afctf3g ,mg-7 /SS7 7&
1360.00
1440.00
680.00
(d) UPPER DECK    - 204 206 207 209 211 Sot-./Z
BOAT DECK     - 400 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422 790.00
- 423 425 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
1580.00
%3.3c
750.00
753Ca So
1500.00
710.00
1420.00
(e) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
150 151
233
153 156 158
144 146 147 148 149
203 205 226 228 231
331 342 347
426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
tot*
-,73
830.00
790.00
1660.00
1580.00
745.00
/&o>4v
1490.00
UPPER DECK    - 214
BOAT DECK     - 406 407 408 410 412 414 - Upper, Lower,
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
u^m-
830.00
1660.00 +
A
V£TZ
790.00
TtrtrfrF
1580.00 +
7h.2o /FF:to.l/c
745.00
1490.00+
(f) MAIN DECK     - 160
UPPER DECK    - 200 202 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK     - 424 429
880.00
'a
MAIN DECK     - 154 157 159 161
PROMENADE DECK - 334 336 338 339 341 343
BOAT DECK     - 409 411 415 417 419
Upper, Lower,
Folding Lower Berth,
Shower and Toilet
$n&
1760.00
880.00
1760.00 +
1670.00
m&y7oko2
835.00
V',
790.00
&&7.
1580.00
2 ULlTl
T&TZF&y
835.00
1670.00 +
790.00
1580.00 +
(g)  UPPER DECK
MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
217 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
1865.00
1770.00
1680.00
152 155
212 229
328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345 -
Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth, Shower
and Toilet
416 - Two Folding Uppers, Two Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet
T7o3. cb
1865.00   +
~/W£72
1770.00+
/7/7-<22
1680.00 +
1865.00
1770.00 '
1680.00
(h) UPPER DECK    - 208 210 215 - Upper, Lower, Double Wall
Bed, Shower and Toilet
216 219 - Two Folding Uppers, Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower and Toilet
2020.00   ■
f<f$<1. 7%
1920.00 "
/$5'7'/4
1820.00 ■
(i)   UPPER DECK
218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227 -
Twin Beds, Tub Bath .Shower and Toilet
2255.00
2140.00
P.O'//.4<l
2030.00
+ - Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be
Adult 	
Half-fare-age Child*
630.00 ~yt*L<$j7'
315-00  3FH.7-X
600.00-—^/^.^V
570.00 —*3 f?f> C?a73
285.00.-^^   g/
*1  Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these
rooms will be:
Each Adult 	
Each Half-fare-age Child*	
630.00       /
315.00      /
600.00     7
300.00
570.00
285.00
NOTE:  Two-berth rooms contain fold-away single upper berths and convertible single lowers.
Three-berth rooms shown contain fold-away single upper berths, convertible lower
and extra fold-away berth.  Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and Boat
Decks only.
RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Children's fares:  Five years of age and under 12, one-half adult fare.
Two years of age and under five, if sharing berth with adult, one-sixth
adult fare.
If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare.
Under two years of age, no charge If sharing berth with adult.
Vancouver, B.C., August 1,   1976
There are optional shore tours provided by independent
tour operators at most ports of call.
Costs for these are not included in cruise fares.
Gratuities and bar services are not included In quoted rates
\       stay fo. °° — yu*J**y?'oo
 TO FAR£S SKO-Ti  BELOW
ADD TAX.- ADULT       $7.60 '
CKILDRDi 5-11  YRS.   $3.80-—
■%g
7. STI
3.9/
1977   SUMMER  SEASON
ROUND  TRJ4|»|KU1SE  TARES  TO SUIT  EVERY  POCKET AND  PURSE
ROUND  TRIP AIASKA  SUMMER CRUISE FARES  -   1977   SEASON  -  SAILINGS   FROM VANCOUVER
<&
3J73
"PRINCESS  PATRICIA"
Registered   in  Canada
JUNE  16-24
JULY  2-10-18-26
AUGUST 3-11-19-27
Berth
Rate
For  1,   \\ or
2   In Room
JUNE 8
SEPTEMBER 4
Berth
Rate
For  1,   1>j or
2   in Room
MAY 31
Berth  For 1, l*j or
Rate    2 in Room
(a) PROMENADE DECK
300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 312 31*
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329 - Upper and Lower
7?F>7:cZ
615.00
1230.00
/*o3.oq /2o6*/tf
585.00
(b) MAIN DECK FWD - 100 102 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
PROMENADE DECK - 308 309 310 311 - Upper, Lower and Toilet
7\/t.3
v   690.00
//     /
V35. £Af
1380.00
(c733J%
655.001
1170.00
57Zfb
555.00
//M-*k37L
1110.00
/3'3d,5o
1310.00
mr.
620.00
7277gF&7F
1240.00
(c) MAIN DECK     - 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122
124 126 328 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
, - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
t$A$t» 7o
1510.00
/4$>k£Z 7oi.03
1440.00
680.00
(d)  UPPER DECK -  204   206  207   209   211 J? rV/*^3
BOAT DECK -  400 401   402 403  404  405  4)8  4 20 421  422 J\    790.00
- 423 425  - Upper,   Lower,   Shower and  Toilet
1580.00
1500.00
\73LW
710.00
(e) MAIN DECK
UFPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
144 146 147 148 149 150 151 153 156 158
203 205 226 228 231 233
331 342 347
426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
i
830.00
UPPER DECK    - 214
BOAT DECK     - 406 407 408 410 412 414 - Upper, Lower,
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
830.00
t'W.Ztf-
1660.00
1660.00-+.
790.00
790.00
71
1580.00
76&j(x
1580.00-*-
7L4c
745.00
(f) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
BOAT DECK
160
200   202   - Upper,   Lower,   Shower  and   Toilet
424  429
MAIN DECK -   154   157   159   161 Upper,   Lower,
PROMENADE DECK -  334   336   338   339   341   343     Folding Lower Berth,
BOAT DECK -  409  411   415 417   419 Shower  and  Toilet
880.00
880.00
(g)   UPPER  DECK
217  - Upper,   Lower,   Shower  and   Toilet
MAIN  DECK
UPFER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT  DECK
152  155
212  229
328  330  332  333   335   337   340  345  -
Upper,   Lower,   Folding Lower  Berth,   Shower
and  Toilet
416  - Two  Folding Uppers,   Two  Convertible
Levers,   Shower  and   Toilet
1760.00
m4/4&
17 60.00 +
1865.00
■pm/tt
1865.00-
/<7jZZ.6$
1865.00
835.00
835.00
1670.00
1670.00 +
1770.00
7Y7L~77F7>7
1770.00+
h-
745.00 1490.00+
790.00
790.00
1770.00-
/'/tiZo/n
1360.00
/7t,3.7o
1420.00
/536a- 0$
1490.00
1580.00
/6tf*f&
1580. 00+
1680.00
T73l79^~
1680.00+
1680.00
(h) UPPER DECK    - 708 210 215 - Upper Lower, Double Wall
• ' Eed, Shower gnd Toilet
216 219 - Two Folding Uppers, Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower and Toilet
2020. 00«*
W79'Zt
1920.00'
/$76'£?
1820.00 »**»
(I)   UPPER   DECK
218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227 -
Twin Beds, Tub Bath,Shower and Toilet
2255.00
ZZObr/t
2140.00
~A? IX- Tf
2030.00
+•-  Additional   charge  for   third person berthed   in   these rooms will be
Adult   	
Kalf-fare-age   Child*
630.00-^7? V^
315.00- 3^.7.77-
Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these
roons will be:
Each  Adult   .   .   .   ".	
Each Kalf-fare-age  Child*	
600.00 —^/^-i?*/^
300.00a- 3cc7.3l'1
570.00— 5"§"7- (?%.
285.00-^.^57
630.00
315.00
/
600.00
300.00
/
570.00
285.00
/
NOTE:     Two-berth  rooms  contain   fold-away   single  upper berths  and  convertible  single  lowers.
Three-berth roonis  shown contain  fold-away   single  upper berths,   convertible  lower
and   extra   fold-away berth.      Elevator   service between Upper,   Promenade  and  Boat
DecRs   only.
RATES  QUOTED ARE  IN  CANADIAN FUNDS
AND  ARE'SUBJECT  TO   CHANGE WITHOUT  NOTICE.
Children's  fares:     Five years  of  age  and  under  12,   one-half  adult  fare.
Two years   of  age  and  under   five,   if   sharing berth with adult,   one-sixth
adult fare.
If occupying separate berth, one-half adult fare.
Under two years of age, no charge if sharing berth with adult.
Vancouver, B.C., August 1,   J976
There are optional shore tours provided by independent
tour operators at most ports of call.
Costs for these are not included in cruise fares.
Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates. J
\
*^HJ1a
 1977  SUM>
ROUND TRI
JMMTii-   S
UI11
TO FARES SHOWN BELOW
ADD TAX- ADULT       $7.60   '
CHILDREN 5-11  YRS.   $3.80
os 7 9a
7S j.?f
a.
F^tb
EASON
U1SE FARES TO SUIT EVERY POCKET AND PURSE
ROUND TRIP ALASKA SUMMER CRUISE FARES - 1977 SEASON - SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
"princess Patricia"
Registered in Canada
JUNE 16-24
JULY 2-10-18-26
AUGUST 3-11-19-27
Berth
Rate
For 1, l1! or
2 in Room
JUNE 8
SEPTEMBER 4
Berth
Rate
For 1, \\  or
2 in Room
MAY 31
Berth
Rate
For 1, llj or
2 in Room
(a) PROMENADE DECK - 300 301 302 303' 304 305 306 307 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329 - Upper and Lower
615.00
/ASL3.U
1230.00
&C737
585.00
AFUS- 77"'71%. 17
1170.00 555.00
//£tf.2.>K
1110.00
690.00
1380.00
M7733
~Z3&rT£2
1310.00
IaWT/TM,
1240.00
(b) MAIN DECK FWD - 100 102 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
PROMENADE DECK - 308 309 310 311 - Upper, Lower and Toilet
A'
655
3
620.00
(c) MAIN DECK - 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
- Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
755.00
i$n-<io
1510.00
720.00
/^oo-oo
1440.00
Vcg.33
680.00
1360.00
(d) UPPER DECK    - 204 206 207 209 211
BOAT DECK     - 400 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
- 423 425 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
mz9A
790.00
1580.00
>
72/26
750.00
/6&Za£o
1500.00
737.5%
710.00
/*y)9.tta
1420.00
(e) MAIN DECK     - 144 146 147 148 149 150 151 153 156 158
UPPER DECK    - 203 205 226 228 231 233
PROMENADE DECK - 331 342 347
BOAT DECK     - 426 427 428 430 431 432 433 434 435 437
441 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
UPPER DECK    - 214
BOAT DECK     - 406 407 408 410 412 414 - Upper, Lower,
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
830.00
$/M-^%~
830.00
1129a//,
1660.00
SzWI
790.00
/b4£>$Z,
1580.00
\I7L
745.00
o>l>   /&<£%,'OS
1490.00
77377/7X7
1660.00.A.
$22777
790.00
/67i5A&-L
1580.00-4}-
T/SFd'7 /FFU-Dg
745.00 1490.00,*-.
(f)  MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
BOAT DECK
- 160
- 200 202
- 424 429
Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
MAIN DECK     - 154 157 159 161 Upper, Lower,
PROMENADE DECK - 334 336 338 339 341 343 Folding Lower Berth,
BOAT DECK     - 409 411 415 417 419      Shower and Toilet
880.00
/' C". trC?
880.00
1760.00
/f3332-
835.00
M
1760.00 +
835.00
1670.00
I1M&
790.00
1580.00
fXLF/<   /if^SCb
1670.00 -f-
790.00
1580.00-
(g)   UPPER DECK
217  - Upper,  Lower,   Shower and  Toilet
1865.00
1770.00
1680.00
}!A1N DECK -  152  155
UPPER DECK -  212  229
PROMENADE DECK -  328  330  332  333  335  337   340 345 -
Upper,   Lower,   Folding Lower  Berth,   Shower
and  Toilet
BOAT DECK
- 416 - Two Folding Uppers, Two Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet
-r^/affp
1865.00 +
/v/a-To
1770.00 +
/7£6*eo
1680.00*.
1865.00
1770.00'
1680.00
(h)   UPPER DECK
-  201
Bee
210 215 - Upper Lower,
, Shower and Toilet
Double Wall
216  219 -  Two Folding Uppers,   Two
Convertible Lowers,   Shower and  Toilet
Z/cT-./k
2020.00   ■*
7&joo°o
1920.00"
/$7S< €3
1820.00****
(i)   UPPER  DECK
218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227 -
Twin Beds, Tub Bath.Shower and Toilet
2377V-73>
2255.00
~27l7-<7.AL>
2140.00
ZJIFFWT
2030.00
*y~- Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be
Adult	
Half-fare-age Child*  -
630.00 -b£b. 77t
315.00-32^, /£,
600.00 - /s/Z^.°°
i°0-00-3/Z'aSo
510.00-^73. y*f
285.00   -3JZC..g7
Additional   charge  for   third  and   fourth passenger berthed  in  these
rooms will be: .
Each Adult . . . . 	
Each Half-fare-age Child*	
630.00
315.00
/
600.00
300.00
7
570.00
285.00
y
NOTE:     Two-berth rooms  contain  fold-away  single upper berths and convertible single  lowers.
Three-berth rooms  shown  contain  fold-away  single upper berths,   convertible  lower
and extra   fold-away berth.     Elevator  service between Upper,  Promenade and Boat
Decks only.
RATES  QUOTED ARE  IN  CANADIAN FUNDS
AND ARE^SUBJECT TO  CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Children's  fares:     Five years  of age and  under  12,   one-half adult fare.
Two years of age and under  five,   if  sharing berth with adult,   one-sixth
adult  fare.
If occupying separate berth,   one-half  adult  fare.
Under  two years  of  age,   no  charge  if  sharing berth with adult.
Vancouver,  B.C.,  August  1,   1976 /h
w£ //jy/oo-oo   - 4f-* 91,.°°
There are optional shore tours provided by Independent
tour operators at most ports .of call.
Costs for these are not included in cruise fares.
Gratuities and bar services are not included in quoted rates.
(k  ya*&*00 - art wco
 BOAT
DECK
/Ta
'46-60
<<Txs
-.-.    j
 Mr. Robert Reid,
Manager
Dear Mr*  Reid:
Since my arrival home in Hamilton after a delightful trip
to the West Coast, it is time for reflections.
The Princess Patricia Cruise brings a flood of most pleasant
memories.  The smooth sailing; friendly staff and well
organized dining and recreation areas, all made it one of
the most enjoyable trips I've had — and I am a traveller.
I noted on occasions your gift shop operator, versatile as
she is, showed how knowledgeable she is in explaining rituals
and sights along the route.
And speaking of rituals, we were all surprised and delighted
to see your Cathy 0'Sullivan enter the spirit of the Indian
dance at Alert Bay.  We need more of that comradeship in
Canada.
Congratulations on selecting such interesting and friendly
staff.
Stoney Creek, Ontario.
 CP Rail
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
We have just completed a cruise aboard your "Princess
Patricia" between Vancouver and Skagway, Alaska.  It
was a delightful experience in every way.
Aside from the majestic grandeur of nature on all sides
the unusual attention to the comfort of all passengers
by Captain Harris, Purser Burchill and the entire staff
of the ship made this trip a lasting and memorable
experience.
You are fortunate in having in your service a man with
the capabilities of Captain Harris and a Purser who is
the epitome of what a purser should be.  It is a well
run ship and a testiment to private enterprise.  We
are looking forward to another journey in the future
aboard the Princess Patricia.
Chagrin Falls, Ohio
 B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Dear Sirs:
I have just returned from an eight-day cruise to Alaska.
It was most pleasant.  The Captain (G.H. Heater) and his
crew were so very thoughtfulf  Food was out of this world.
Entertainment filled every moment of the trip.  For me it
was pure joy and I felt urged to write and tell you that
everyone that I spoke to felt as I did.  And you can be
sure come next summer I will be on the Princess Patricia
once more.
Medicine Hat, Alberta
 Mr. M. W. Holland,
Manager.
Dear Sir:
More than likely you receive more complaints than
compliments in your daily mail.
We would like to go on record giving a rousing
endorsement for the crew members aboard the Princess
Patricia, sailing the Inland Waters from Vancouver
to Skagway.
We knew not what to expect as this was our first
experience on board ship.
From the moment of our arrival until our departure
a week later, we were treated beautifully.
From Capt. Harris down through the roster to our
fine young table Stewart, Ted Sleigh, we had the
finest treatment.
Terry and Betty Haswell were a joy to listen to and
are a wonderful Host and Hostess.  The stewardess,
Josie, was most accommodating as was Mr. Bill Roussilit
when special favours were asked.
The gentlemen of the officers group who entertained
after the Captain1s dinner were tremendous and entered
into the spirit of things making a pleasant evening
for all,
I shall certainly recommend the Princess Patricia to
our friends.
This trip shall be one of my fondest memories during
our Bi^Centennial Year.
Newark, Ohio
 " /
t**1
Si*
Canadian Pacific
X E.V. Princess Patricia
 The T. E.V. Princess Patricia
. ui elegant approach to cruising the British Columbia inside passage
to America's last frontier... Alaska!
egistered in Canada, the "Pat" is owned and operated by Canadian Pacific,
i a tradition built in over 75 years of expertise in navigating the inside passage,
motivated by a genuine concern for the comfort and pleasure of her passengers.
Especially designed for cruising the narrow, fjord-like coast-line, the "Pat"
is a vessel of over 6,000 tons, propelled by 15,500 horsepower twin
turbo-electric engines. Passengers enjoy the smooth, vibration-free ride.
 , flRPji -
11©        3t   was designed with her passengers in mind, %f
cabins are roomy and comfortable. Cuisine rivals that of
some of the world's better restaurants. Passengers soon become part
of the "family".. .the character of the vessel is unique and friendly,
with only 300 passengers, new friends are quickly made.
This is a ship whose genial crew is dedicated to
making her passengers feel welcome and at home. There is no pressure,
just 71/2 days of relaxation and the never-to-be-forgotten
excitement of Alaska!
 olo/ko!
our way... CPRail F2
F.
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ACCOMMODATION
LEGEND
*
Can accommodate
WHEELCHAIRS
*H
ENTERTAINMENT
2
CHILDREN
□
TELEVISION
(^
AIR CONDITIONING
LOUNGE
V
COFFEE SHOP
hi
PETS
**
PARKING
t^sl
SWIMMING POOL
£Z
DINING ROOM
P/^
PAID PARKING
•"
KITCHENS
S3
CREDIT CARDS
s
SAUNA
ALL RATES ARE SUBJECT TO BRITISH COLUMBIA HOTEL ROOM TAX
PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Another publication of
THE GREATER
Vancouver
CONVENTION Ctf VISITORS
O  BUREAU
<*
 DOWNTOWN
AMBASSADOR HOTEL
773 Seymour St., 684-2436
Sgl. 7.00-8.00, Dbl. 9.00-11.00
AUSTIN MOTOR HOTEL
1221 Granville St., 685-7235
Sgl. 11.50-16.00, Dbl. 14.50-21.00
^Z2\zz^m^ + -0<
THEBAYSHOREINN
1601 W. Georgia St., 682-3377 ^   A
Sgl. 33.00-49.00, Dble. 43.00-59.00 X W
BEACH LODGE APARTMENT HOTEL
1080 Gilford St., 681-7613
Sgl. 16.00-20.00, Dbl. 18.00-26.00
#- O kl *»s
BLACKSTONE HOTEL
1176 Granville St., 681-7541
Sgl. 10.00-14.00, Dbl. 13.00-20.00
BLUE HORIZON HOTEL
1225 Robson St., 688-1411
Sgl. 23.00-27.00, Dbl. 28.00-32.00
^V ^ t^ #-SE3 s#l
THEBUCHAN HOTEL
1906 Haro St., 685-5354
Sgl. 14.00-17.00, Dbl. 17.00-20.00
BURRARD MOTOR INN
1100 Burrard St., 681-2331
Sgl. 16.00-20.00, Dbl. 19.00-26.00
CENTENNIAL LODGE APT. HOTEL
1131 Burnaby St., 688-2474
Sgl. 14.00-18.00, Dbl. 18.00-24.00
t#-ci hip/** +
THE CENTURY PLAZA HOTEL
1015 Burrard St., 687-0575
Sgl. 26.00-36.00, Dbl. 30.00-44.00     ^%
DENMAN PLACE INN
1733 Comox St., 688-7711 a
Sgl. 27.00-30.00, Dbl. 32.00-35.00        jf
DORIC HOWE MOTOR HOTEL
1060 Howe St., 682-3171
Sgl. 22.50, Dbl. 26.00-28.00
» T-Z □ ^ 9
ksss. it*
DOWNTOWNER MOTEL
667 Thurlow St., 685-8477
Sgl. 16.00-20.00, Dbl. 18.00-22.00
DUFFERIN HOTEL
900 Seymour St., 683-4251
Sgl. 15.00-18.00, Dbl. 20.00-24.00
**» r- kid =#2*
THE FOUR SEASONS HOTEL
791 W. Georgia St., 689-9333 r^=
Sgl. 30.00-44.00, Dbl. 40.00-54.00 ^
GEORGIAN TOWERS HOTEL
1450 W. Georgia St., 681-4321
Sgl. 22.00-28.00, Dbl. 26.00-32.00
GIFFORD HOTEL
1348 Robson St., 688-5451, 685-6954
Sgl. 10.00-12.00, Dbl. 12.00-16.00
GRANDVIEW HOTEL
618 W. Cordova St., 684-5861
Sgl. 9.00-12.00, Dbl. 12.00-18.00
?/** a#
THE GREENBRIER APT. HOTEL
1393 Robson St., 683-4558
Sgl. 16.00-22.00, Dbl. 18.00-24.00
a^S-EaS*
HOLIDAY INN DOWNTOWN
1110 Howe St., 684-2151
Sgl. 25.00-30.00, Dbl. 29.00-40.00
HOLIDAY INN VANCOUVER CITY CENTRE
1133 W. Hastings St., 689-9211
Sgl. 34.00-38.00, Dbl. 35.00-48.00 tn
HOTEL DEVONSHIRE
849 W. Georgia St., 681-5481
Sgl. 21.00-27.00, Dbl. 27.00-34.00
P** ^ □ # 3  »2f 0<
HOTEL GEORGIA
801 W. Georgia St., 682-5566
Sgl. 28.00-37.00, Dbl. 34.00-43.00
HOTELGROSVENOR
840 Howe St., 681-0141
Sgl. 20.00-24.00, Dbl. 24.00-30.00
4*a&mT* ^*
HOTEL REMBRANDT
1160 Davie St., 685-1311
Sgl. 25.00-31.00, Dbl. 30.00-36.00
*»»r-*HCl.#3 ^s#-
HOTELVANCOUVER
900 W. Georgia St., 684-3131 A  ^
Sgl. 35.00-43.00, Dbl. 45.00-53.00 ^ .
HYATT REGENCY VANCOUVER
655 Burrard St., 687-6543
Sgl. 32.00-44.00, Dbl. 42.00-54.00
HYCREST MOTOR INN
1390 Robson St., 687-1674
Sgl. 14.00-20.00, Dbl. 16.00-24.00
(Weekly Rates in Winter)
LOTUS HOTEL
455 Abbott St., 681-9541
Sgl. 10.00-12.00, Dbl. 14.00-17.00
MALL HAVEN HOTEL
936 Granville St., 688-5938
Sgl. 10.00, Dbl. 12.00-15.00
(Weekly Rates Available)
MARBLE ARCH HOTEL
518 Richards St., 681-5435
Sgl. 7.00-8.50, Dbl. 9.00-10.50
THEMAYFAIR HOTEL
845 Hornby St., 687-6751
Sgl. 18.00-24.00, Dbl. 22.00-30.00
a^«^*rtk*9^»#*
NELSON PLACE HOTEL
1006 Granville St., 681-6341
Sgl. 16.00-20.00, Dbl. 18.00-24.00
NIAGARA HOTEL
435 W. Pender St., 681-5548
Sgl. 9.00-13.00, Dbl. 12.00-20.00
OCEANSIDEAPT. HOTEL
1847 Pendrell St., 682-5641
Sgl. 15.00-18.00, Dbl. 16.00-25.00
(Weekly Rates Available)
*»#- □   hi   &   9  *
O'DOUL'S BEST WESTERN
1300 Robson St., 684-8461
Sgl. 18.00-20.00, Dbl. 22.00-27.00
PALISADES HOTEL
1277 Robson St., 688-0461 -*|r
Sgl., 22.00-30.00, Dbl. 27.00-35.00 |\
^l)^-0<i^s#-n^;f
RITZ INTERNATIONAL HOTEL
1040 W. Georgia St., 685-8311 a
Sgl. 25.00-30.00, Dbl. 31.00-35.00 IT
RIVIERA MOTOR INN
1431 Robson St., 685-1301
Sgl. 16.00-24.00, Dbl. 16.00-30.00
<*>□  9 = *kI*-#»
ST. JAMES PLACE
1095 Bute St., 681-9404
Sgl. 14.00-18.00, Dbl. 16.00-22.00
(Weekly Rates Available)
ST. REGIS HOTEL
602 DunsmuirSt., 681-1135
Sgl. 18.00-23.00, Dbl. 21.00-26.00
P/A 1-D # 3   kl'
SANDMAN INN
180 W. Georgia St.,681-5012
Sgl. 17.00, Dbl. 21.00-25.00
4^  ^ ^ L-sJ S W- □   3   t* 2
SANDSTRAVELODGE
1755 Davie St., 682-1831 ^ Hf
Sgl. 20.00-25.00, Dbl. 22.00-33.00      ~T    „
» ^ «- ki # an^Ki
SHATOINN APT. HOTEL
1825 Comox St., 681-8920
Sgl. 25.00-34.00, Dbl. 25.00-35.00)
SHERATON LANDMARK HOTEL
1400 Robson St., 687-0511
Sgl. 26.00-34.00, Dbl. 31.00-39.00   .
**dt^+»r-S 9 *
SYLVIA HOTEL
1154 Gilford St., 681-9321
Sgl. 14.00-22.00, Dbl. 17.00-28.00
^ v~ + ^ □ 9 5
TROPICANA MOTOR INN
1361 Robson St., 687-6631
Sgl. 18.00-24.00, Dbl. 20.00-28.00
•
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VANCOUVER CENTRE TRAVELODGE
1304 Howe St., 682-2767
Sgl. 19.00-21.00, Dbl. 21.00-26.00
**   □   #  3   ^»
VILLA HOWE STREET MOTOR HOTEL
1335 Howe St., 688-8281
Sgl. 18.00, Dbl. 21.00-23,.00
£2sJ
LiD#s
OUTLYING VANCOUVER, BURNABY,
NEW WESTMINSTER
ADMIRAL HOTEL
4125 E. Hastings St., Bby., 298-7232
Sgl. 14.00, Dbl. 18.00-24.00
» #- 3 □  TsH^f   —
ASTOR HOTEL
4561 Kingsway, Bby., 433-0551 a
Sgl. 18.50-20.50, Dbl. 23.00-25.00       *W
BILTMORE MOTOR HOTEL
395 Kingsway, 872-5252
Sgl. 22.00-26.00, Dbl. 25.00-28.00
4*WT-Z^am= *A®kJL
BLUE BOY MOTOR HOTEL
725 S.E. Marine Dr., 321-6611
Sgl. 19.00-21.00, Dbl. 23.00-25.00
+* » -T-I ^ □ #   3 X* trf
CARIBOO MOTEL & TRAILER PARK
2555 Kingsway, 435-2251
Sgl. 20.00-24.00, Dbl. 20.00-32.00
.*»*-   □   3
CENTENNIAL MOTOR HOTEL
898 W. Broadway, 872-8661
Sgl. 24.00-29.00, Dbl. 28J00-34.00
** s&r-z m--M □!
CITY CENTRE MOTOR HOTEL
2111 Main St., 876-7166
Dbl. 20.00-23.00
EAGLE MOTEL
2227 Kingsway, 435-884^
Sgl. 15.00-20.00, Dbl. 15100-22.00
ELDORAO HOTEL
2330 Kingsway, 434-1341
Sgl. 22.00, Dbl. 24.00-26.00
m* -- olim 3 ki 2 »
d5
MR. SPORT MOTOR HOTEL
3484 Kingsway, 433-8255
Sgl. 15.00-17.00, Dbl. 18.00-20.00
MR. SPORT HOTEL
740 Carnarvon St., New West., 521-3757
Sgl. 11.00-13.00, Dbl. 13.00-16.00
RAINBOW AUTO LODGE
5958 E. Hastings St., N. Burnaby, 298-1828
Dbl. 18.00-22.00
**ir-a 9
SHAUGHNESSY MANOR —RETIREMENT
HOTEL & LODGE
1125W. 12th Ave., 736-8551
Sgl. 14.50-16.00, Dbl. 25.00
24 Hr. Nursing service, Dietary Menu avail.
r-sa*s
SHERATON PLAZA "500"
500 W. 12th Ave., 873-1811
Sgl. 24.00-31.00, Dbl. 29.00-37.00
= & □ » ~-z ^2*L^*rt
SHERATON VILLA INN
4331 Dominion St., Bby., 433-9311
Sgl. 29.00-32.00, Dbl. 32.00-35.00
** wt-z && hi a.& =2^^r
WALDORF HOTEL
1489 E. Hastings St., 253-7141
Sgl. 9.00-16.00, Dbl. 11.00-19.00
<fi*;r- tnaf
OUTLYING WEST & NORTH VANCOUVER
AVALON MOTOR HOTEL
1025 Marine Dr., N. Van. 985-4181
Sgl. 15.00-16.00, Dbl. 17.00-18.00
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CANYON COURT MOTEL
1748 Capilano Rd., N. Van., 988-3181
Sgl. 16.00-21.00, Dbl. 20.00-24.00
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CAPILANO MOBILE PARK
295 Tomahawk, N. Van., 987-4722
4.00 N.H. — 5.50 W.H., 1.00 per person over
2 people.
COACH HOUSE MOTOR INN
700 Lillooet Rd., N. Van., 985-3111
Sgl. 18.00-22.00, Dbl. 23.00-27.00
 OUTLYING WEST & NORTH VANCOUVER
HORSESHOE BAY MOTOR HOTEL
6396 Bruce St., W. Van., 921-7454
Sgl. 17.00-19.00, Dbl. 18.00-27.00
LYNNWOOD HOTEL
1515 Barrow St., N. Van., 988-6161
Sgl. 13.00-16.00, Dbl. 18.00-21.00
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PARK ROYAL HOTEL
440-6th at Clyde, W. Van., 926-5511
Sgl. 24.00-32.00, Dbi. 28.00-46.00
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PLAZA INTERNATIONAL
1999 Marine Dr. N. Van., 984-0611    *^
Sgl. 24.00-41.00, Dbl. 29.00-46.00 IT*?
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OUTLYING RICHMOND, DELTA, SURREY
DELL MOTOR HOTEL
10662 King George Hwy., Surrey, 581-1171
Sgl. 15.00, Dbl. 18.00-20.00
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DELTA'S VANCOUVER AIRPORT INN
1025 St. Edward's Dr., Rich., 278-9611 ^^
Sgl. 25.00-35.00, Dbl. 30.00-40.00   tH X ^
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DOGWOOD CAMPGROUNDS
15151 -112 Ave., Surrey, 588-1412
4.00 No hook-up, 5.50 with hook-up
6.00 with full facilities, 1.00 per person over 2
(Weekly Rates Available - showers, sani
station, propane, laundry.
PILLARS INN SLUMBER LODGE
1700 - 56th St., Delta, 943-2214
Sgl. 20.00-22.00, Dbl. 24.00-30.00
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TOWN & COUNTRY INN
6005 No. 17 Hwy. Delta, 946-4404
Sgl. 16.00-22.00, Dbl. 20.00-26.00       hJL   S
VANCOUVER AIRPORT HYATT HOUSE
350 Cessna Dr., Rich., 278-1241 .^
Sgl. 26.00-32.00, Dbl. 30.00-36.00   ^ ^
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OUTLYING PORT MOODY, COQUITLAM,
MAPLE RIDGE
ANMORE CAMPGROUNDS
R.R.. #1 Sunnyside Rd., loco, 936-1939
4.00 without hook, 4.50 with electricity,
6.00 full facilities, 4.00 tents, 2 people - 50c
for each add. person
Hot showers, laundry facilities, pets allowed
CARIBOO TRAIL HOTEL
405 North Rd., Coq., 939-7341
Sgl. 14.00-25.00, Dbl 18.00-26.00
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CEDAR ACRES TRAILER COURT
3020 Barnet Hwy.s Coq., 942-6929
Campsites - 5.00 - 2 people
Trailer sites - 5.50 - W.H. 2 people
Pets allowed - 50c additional
CEDAR BROOK MOBILE ESTATES
3315 Dewdney Trunk Rd., Port Moody
936-7698
Campers and Trailers 4.50 without hook-up
5.00 with electricity, 4.50 for 2 people,
25c each add. person - Tents
NO PETS ALLOWED
CENTENNIAL MOTOR INN & TRAILER
COURT
21668 Lougheed Hwy. Maple Ridge
(604)463-9718
Sgl. 12.00-14.00, Dbl. 16.00-20.00
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RESORTS
ALPINE LODGE
Garibaldi, B.C., (604) 932-5280
Sgl. 11.00-26.00, Dbl. 14.00-30.00
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THE BAR Q GUEST RANCH
Box 489 Ashcroft, (604) 453-2554
AM PLAN Sgl. 46.00-48.00
Dbl. 43.00-45.00, Children 14 & under 28.00
(Weekly Rates Available)
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BEACH GARDENS RESORT HOTEL
7074 Westminster Ave., Powell River
(604) 485-6267
Sgl. 19.00-20.00, Dbl. 23.00-26.00
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CAMPBELL RIVER LODGE & MOTOR INN
1760 Isiand Hwy. Campbell River, B.C.
(604)287-7446
Sgi. 18.00, Dbi. 25.00-26.00
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FLY "IT GUEST RANCH
70 Mile House, B.C., (604) 456-7717
American Plan
Sgl. 36.00, Dbl. 34.00
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GARO ALPINE MEADOWS, CONDOI^III
ACCOMMODATIONS
Box 190 Alta Lake, B.C. (604) 932-5385
Dbl. 36.00-38.00
4 people-44.00-58.00
(Group Rates on Request)
GARO TAMARISK, CONDOMINIUM
ACCOMMODATIONS
Box 190 Alta Lake, B.C., (604) 932-53$5
Sgl. 35.00-40.00, Dbl. 35.00-50.00
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LEJEUNE RESORT
P.O. Box 780, Kamloops (604) 374-21
Sgl. 24.00-42.00, Dbl 26.00-42.00
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THE HARRISON HOTEL
Harrison Hot Springs, B.C., (604) 796-2244
Van. 521-8888 (Special Packages Available)
Sgl. 26.00-40.00, Dbl. 30.00-48.00
**&£ ~_Z Vi hi SS^
RIMARKO RANCH
Charlotte Lake, B.C.
Res. Office #534-789 W. Pender St.
Vancouver, B.C., 681-7554
Special all inclusive packages including air
fare available, All rates A.P. Spec, rates for
children. Fishing, tennis, horseback fiding.
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CHATEAU LACOMBE
101 St. & Bellamy Hill, Edmonton
(403) 429-4321
Sgl. 31.00-34.00, Dbl. 39.00-42.00
4* *r- » vi £ ^ a
COLONIAL "900" MOTEL
Box 849 - 900 Hope-Princeton Hwy.
(604) 869-5223
Sgl. 16.00-18.00, Dbl. 16.00-19.00
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THE EMPRESS HOTEL
721 Government St., Victoria, (604) 384-8111
Van. 689-1484
Sgl. 22.00-50.00, Dbl. 29.00-60.00
(Off Season Rates Available)
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FAIRWAYS MOTEL
2011 Estevan Rd. & Hwy. #19 Nanaimo, B.C.
(604)754-2161
Sgl. 14.00-16.00, Dbl. 16.00-22.00
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HYATT MOTOR LODGE
6255 Spruce St., Powell River, (604)483-3113
Sgl. 15.00-16.00, Dbl. 17.00-20.00
<fi»d^-*£ 9 ki*
IMPERIAL INN
1961 Douglas St., Victoria, B.C. (604)382-2111
Sgl. 21.00-25.00, Dbl. 24.00-34.00
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ISLAND HALL HOTEL
Box 340, 181 W. Island Hwy., Parksville, B.C.
(604) 248-3225
Sgl. 17.00-20.00, Dbl. 27.00-30.00
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NORTHLANDER HOTEL
Rogers Pass, B.C., (604) 837-2126
Sgl. 18.00-22.00, Dbl. 22.00-26.00
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PINE GROVE TRAILER PARK
1350 Sixth Ave., Hope, 869-5024
Handy to Hwy. 1, 3 &7
Tenting for 2 - 3.35, Hook-ups 4.75
Sani-station, laundry facilities, gift shop
SHERWOOD PARK INN
123 Gorge Rd. E. Victoria, (604) 386-1422
Sgl. 18.00-31.00, Dbl. 20.00-33.00
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SLUMBER LODGE MOTELS
775 Columbia St. West Kamloops
(604) 372-7771
Sgl. 14.00, Dbl. 19.00-25.00
Reservations phone 682-6171
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VILLAGE GREEN INN — DUNCAN
141 Trans Canada Hwy. Duncan
(604)746-5126
Sgl. 20.00-25.00, Dbl. 24.00-31.00
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VILLAGE GREEN INN — VERNON
4801 - 27th St., Vernon, (604) 542-3321
Sgl. 22.00-25.00, Dbl. 27.00-32.00 Tennis
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EVERY  15-20 MINUTES  THROUGH THE DSY-TlliE FROM VANCOUVER
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YOU ARE  5 MINUTES  BY TAXI AWAY FROM OUR DOCK LOCATED AT
THE FOOT OF BURRARD STREET,   PIER  "B",   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
  Please return to Information Centre, Public Relations and Advertising Department, Room 117 Windsor Station
A Glacial cruise to Alaska
On the scenic cruise
from Vancouver to
the 'Inside Passage9 of
t he Alaskan
Panhandle, nature is
the activity director.
By FREDRIC STUAOT
Special to ibe Scaday loonta.
SMALLER cruise  boat
passes by Riggs Glacier, one
of 16 in Glacier fiay
that reaches the sea.
ALASKANS Panhandle, stretching along
Canada's western border, is Eke a finger
beckoning those of us in the lower 48 to
see its fjords, glaciers, snowcapped mountains and dense forests.
Forget those preconceived notions about
Alaska being the land of perpetual ice and
snow. The Panhandle is known for logging, mining ana" the last frontier of fresh
water fishing, where king salmon reigns
supreme. And, if your heart and stomach
desire, you can have three-meals-a-day of
broiled or poached salmon on the T.E.V.
Princess Patricia, owned by the Canadian
Pacific Railroad, setting sail from Vancouver to "the Inside Passage" every seven
and a half days, May through September.
Aboard the Princess Pat, nature is the
activity director. Everything takes a secondary role to whales, fresh air and
scenery. It's a no-frills, do-it-yourself
cruise, everyone meeting in the laundry
room to wash and iron his own clothes (no
coins needed for the machines).
Decorated in Art Deco style, the Pat was
built in Scotland in 1943, brought, to
Vancouver in '49 and has been sailing
north ever since. First and second sittings
vary from day-to-day, depending on the
town you're docking. This is a ship that
can do no wrong. Even its masquerade
party turns into a special event. And its
intimate enough so that everyone feels and
shares her warmth.
After a full day on water, watching the
seagulls glide from starboard to port, we
stepped foot in Ketchikan, gateway city to
the Panhandle. Ketchikan has one of the
world's outstanding collections of totem
poles, in Totem Bight State Park, and a
luxurious rain forest (Tongass National
Rain Forest) of western hemlock and sitka
spruce, with moss carpeting the forest
floor and festooning its tree branches. If
you're interested in fossl ivory rings
(mastodon), this is the only town that sells
them. Don't wait to buy (like we did). To
be sure your article is genuine, go to the
Native American Exchange. Expect prices
to be higher.
After dinner we docked in Wrangell,
home of Alaska's logging industry and
entry to historic Sitkine River country.
Wrangell will always be remembered for
its beautiful, low-lying clouds, hovering
like suspended sculpture. The high school
band played as we disembarked and
children sold garnet stones from their
mothers* egg boxes. We hiked about a
mile, passing old totem poles hidden away
in private yards, to the museum (only nine
years old), filled with momentoes donated
by the townspeople. Wrangell, first called
Fort Dionysus, was founded in 1831 by
Russian Cossacks, but you'll find nary a
trace of their existence, the land being
unsuitable for farming.
Gn our third day, we reached Glacier
Bay which Lowell Thomas calls, "one of
the eight wonders of the world." He's
Glacier Bay is awesome
'eighth wonder of world9
right. It's a place of awe and now a
national monument. What was once all ice,
beginning 4,000 years ago, has now.
receded, but not entirely. Some glaciers
Have begun advancing and scientists have
yet to understand why.
You enter via the turquoise waters of
Bartlett Cove, where two rangers board to
take you for an afternoon back in time, to
see creation in reverse, the rtiost rapid
recession of ice in the world.
Naturalist John Muir was the first white
man to explore Glacier Bay (1879) and by
1883, steamship companies took advantage
of his enthusiasm by bringing tourists. But
an 1890s earthquake stopped all this. It
became too dangerous to approach the
glaciers. Then, in 1968, a change in climate
enabled you to get as dose as half-a-mile.
The Indians believed glaciers were the
children of the mountain and while women
were in puberty they had the power to call
them down. The sparkly things you see
within each glacier are the old women
and children left behind.
Grand Pacific Glacier extends 28 miles
into the Canadian border. If you're lucky,
you can see a chunk of ice breaking off
like a thunderous cannonball, forming huge
waves as it hits the water. Soon, Grand
Pacific and nearby Margeree Glacier —
whose tip is like a mural of hundreds of
pairs of white polar bears — will be joined
together. Make sure someone takes a
picture of you and the glacier.
Of all the Alaskan towns, Skagway
(home of the north wind) was the most
romantic, being notorious for its killing-a-
day during the Gold Rush Days of '98.
Thousands of sourdoughs stampeded into
this frontier town, landing by steamer,
then walking 40 miles over the tortuous
White Pass Trail into Canada's Yukon
Territory and the Klondike gold fields. Few
made it alive. But the gold rush opened up
the territory. More than 50 towns sprang
up showing that this territory was inhabitable and of commercial value.
It's our fifth day and now on our return,
we stopped off at Juneau. It's named after
Joe Juneau who, in 1881, found one of the
greatest gold mines in the world, processing more than 250,000 tons of ore a year.
There's good hunting, fishing and skiing in
the nearby mountains. The city can only be
reached by air or sea. Juneau*s big
attraction is the monumental Mendenhall
Glacier, the largest and most rugged
glacier accessible by road — a jagged,
200-foot-high waH of blue-white ice, hundreds of years old, stretching one-and-a-
half miles. Visit, too, the state museum,
with one of the finest collections of
Russian, Eskimo and Aleutian art.
Accommodations aboard the "Pat" average about $750-a-person (including berth,
shower, toilet and three raeals-a-day). If
you want the deluxe treatment — twin
beds plus a tub, it's $2,050 for two, plus air
fare.
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To this very day, the Russians
must be kicking themselves for
having sold Alaska to the United
States for $7 million, or two
cents an acre! With that sale,
they've given up possession of
not only immense mineral
wealth, but also one of the
world's last, and unspoiled,
frontiers. A land of immense
beauty, Alaska is attracting
more and more travellers who
want to see what the world
looked like before man put his
often ugly stamp on it. The
mountainous coast, seen from
aboard the West Coast cruise
ship Princess Patricia by way of
what is known as the Inside Passage, is awesome and majestic,
strong and raw. In comparison,
man and ship seem small and
insignificant. Of those who travel this route, few will forget it.
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of life is the odd whale, perhaps a herd of seals, mountain goats perched on the slopes, and often a
soaring eagle . .
The Yankee Trader tradition is alive and
kicking on the Wrangell docks! Little tots sell
rough-cut garnets out of egg cartons, the
proceeds no doubt to keep them in lollipops
and ice cream until the arrival of the next
cruise ship   . .
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300 feet down into the bay, the noise sounding much like that of a heavy cannon . . .
What used to be Ketchikan's red light diztr'ct has
gone respectable. Perched on heavy pilings over Ketchikan Creek, it houses law offices and craft shops,
and the water becomes turbulent only once a year,
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The ruins of a church, a tar snack and a railway station is all that's left of Lake
Bennett's community, once the iumpmg-oft point tor greedy goid seekers who
streamed north to the Yukon in the great rush of 1898 .
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Hie land's former owners, the Russians, save foi the
in Ruistai. a- of English descent, and the congrega*
A thousand feat below ttie tracks ot the White Pass and Yukon Ra<h
a gorge, once tho tortuous and tragic route ot thousands o' gold pi
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Clarence Strait-and our 6,000-ton ship is dwarfed by the incredible mass of the mountains, more than two miles away
At the captain's dinner, dozens of admirers asked the skipper tor his
autograph, a fitting tribute to the ma* wko brought the ship through the
deep waters, shallow narrows, Dumpy seas, ano peiween iceoergs
Having exercised their thumbs on stvjtter releases, even the hardiest of travellers eventually depart tor the bar, to nourish the
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ENTRANCE
P°^1-AND   INLET
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IGBY   ISLAND/* PRINCE   RUPERT
SKEENA  RIVER
jftWYER'S   LIGHTHOUSE
ALASKA ROUTE
PRINCESS PATRICIA
PRINCESS
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M/LBANK   SOU*
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• OCEAN   FALLS
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BELLA  COOLA
CAPE  SCOTT
EGG   ISLAND  LIGHTHOUSE
l PINE   ISLAND  LIGHTHOUSE
yVULTNEY   POINT   LIGHTHOUSE
ALERT BAY>\ GILFORD   ISLAND
S   I VALDES   ISLAND
CAMPBELL   RIVER • J
:   MUDGE
DENMAN   ISLAND
HORNBY   ISLAND
TEXADA   ISLAND
Southbound:
Only deviation shown
in blue.
Only deviation shown in blue.
BOWEN   ISLAND
POINT  ATKINSON
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 ALASKA ROUTE - PRINCESS PATRICIA
 The "Princess Patricia",
Particulars of Vessel
Gross tonnage 6000 tons
Length 373 ft. 9 in.
Breadth 56 ft.
Draught 15 ft. 7 in.
Horsepower 15,500
Maximum speed 23.5 knots
FULLY AIR CONDITIONED — except boat deck rooms.
"T.E.V." — Turbo Electric Vessel.
Distances in Nautical Miles
Northbound
Vancouver-Ketchikan 554
Ketchikan-Wrangell 90
Wrangell-Bartlett Cove *215 **245
Cruise Glacier Bay 100
Bartlett Cove-Skagway 115
Southbound
Skagway-Juneau 100
Juneau-Prince Rupert *320 **392
Prince Rupert-Alert Bay 295
Alert Bay-Vancouver 182
*Via Wrangell Narrows
**ViaCape Decision
TOTAL MILES VANCOUVER TO
SKAGWAY & RETURN 1971 2073
Questions and Answers
Regarding Ship's Services
Automobiles
Automobiles — Not carried aboard the TEV "Princess
Patricia."
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registered in Canada,
Automobile Storage — Vancouver, B.C.
1. Auto Park       684-4810
Foot of Granville St.
in Granville Square
(Behind Pier B-C)
(Night Security Patrol)
2. Devonshire Parking Ltd.       684-3727
685 Hornby Street
3. Imperial Parking Ltd.       681-7311
Between Robson and Georgia
behind Hotel Vancouver
Rates — 24-hour Day — $3.00
For each 24-hour period at each location.
ALL RATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
CAMPERS AND MOBILE HOMES
Standard Gas Station (Near to Pier B-C)
549 Cardero Street by
Bayshore Inn Hotel       682-2121
Rates on request.
Baggage
Announcements regarding baggage will be made evening
before arrival at Vancouver, (see also hand baggage).
Baths
If your room is not equipped with bath please check with
stewardess (women) or bellboy (men) who will arrange your
bath schedule.
Beauty Parlour
Situated midships on the Promenade Deck. Please consult attendant regarding appointments.
Bingo Cards
After the first Luncheon you will be handed a Bingo Card by
the hostess — it is called "get acquainted Bingo". The Hostess
will show you what to do. Please retain these cards until called
for.
Bulletin Boards
Notices of daily activities will be posted each day.
 Camera Information
Paradise for Camera Fans!
No need to tell the enthusiast to bring tele-photo and wide-
angle lenses, light meter and tripod! But if you're just a
beginner, don't waste this marvelous opportunity for glorious
photographs. Even a simple camera will take memorable shots
of your Alaska cruise. Tip: ask your camera retailer about anti-
haze and ultra-violet filters — they can make a big difference.
Don't forget your flash bulbs for after-dark fun and frolic! You
can buy all popular sizes of film — coloured and black-and-
white, for still and 8mm. movie cameras — at the news and gift
shop aboard the "Princess Patricia."
Cancellation
Bookings cancelled up to 46 days prior to departure will be
fully refunded, but thereafter are subject to the following
cancellation charges — 45 to 30 days — 25% of cruise fare, 29
to 16 days — 50%of cruise fare — 15 days to sailing date —
100% of cruise fare. If cancelled space is resold prior to sailing,
full refund will be considered.
Caution Re-Accidents Aboard
Please remember that because of the peculiar construction of
a ship, it is necessary to have high sills at each outside doorway, leading out on deck, and smaller ones inside. All stairs
are steep so use handrails. Special word for those wearing bi
or tri focal glasses and high heel shoes: Be careful!
Checked Baggage
Northbound/Baggage will not be checked beyond Skagway.
Southbound/Baggage will not be checked beyond Vancouver.
Clothing
A Few Hints on What to Wear
Ladies: Daytime — sportswear, such as pant suit, knitted
pullover, bulky knit or warm jacket. You'll need rubber-soled
play shoes for the deck and leather walking shoes for sightseeing. Nighttime — a cotton dress is perfectly suitable. For
the captain's cocktail party and dinner, wear a cocktail dress.
Also lightweight rain attire is recommended.
Gentlemen: Daytime — slacks, sports jacket, sweater or
warm jacket. Wool sportshirts and a dress shirt. Lightweight
sports shoes or sandals (for deck wear and sightseeing). Pair
of dress shoes. Nighttime — sports jacket and slacks. Bring a
business suit to wear at the captain's cocktail party and dinner.
Cocktail Lounge — "The Haidaway Room"
Forward on the Boat Deck — Open 1100 to 1400,1600 to
1930, 2000 to 2400, except while the vessel is in port.
The "Haidaway Room," with its dance square, is an ideal spot
for a pre-dinner cocktail and chat or an after-dinner liqueur.
Wine service by the bottle and half-bottle will be available at
lunch and dinner on request of wine steward. Spirits by the
bottle are also available in Room service, please call the Bellboy between 1000 and 1200 or 1400 to 1700.
 Customs Inspection
Northbound/United States Customs inspection is made at
Ketchikan, Alaska.
Southbound/Canada Customs inspection is made at Vancouver, B.C.
Canadian passengers who have made purchases in Alaska
exceeding $10.00, should complete usual declaration form
available at Purser's office for delivery to Customs officer, and
have goods available for inspection.
Deck Games
Shuffleboard — Deck Games. Horse Racing and regular Bingo
games will be held as announced. A masquerade and dance
will be held the night leaving Prince Rupert southbound.
Departure Times
Please check Departure Times on the blackboard at the head
of the gangway before going ashore at Ports of Call. Don't Miss
the Ship.
Divine Services
A nondenominational Protestant service will be held on board
each Sunday when and if there is a clergyman available.
Similarly Holy Mass will be celebrated if a Roman Catholic
priest is aboard.
Elevator
Self-service between the Upper, Promenade and Boat Decks
only.
Embarkation Times local time
Vancouver — 1800 (6 p.m.) — 2015 (8:15 p.m.)
Sailing Hour — 2030 (8:30 p.m.)
Note — Dinner is not served evening of departure, night buffet
is available commencing 2130.
LOCATION - BERTH 4 - PIER B-C
FOOT OF BURRARD ST. N.
(Look toward North Shore Mountains)
Passengers on Foot — Embarkation through Pier "C" Waiting
Room along covered ramp to North end of Pier — Down Stairs
to ships side.
Passengers in Taxis or Automobiles After 1800 (6:00 p. m.)
proceed to foot of Burrard St. N. turn left on Causeway toward
"Canadian Immigration Building" and "U" turn right prior to
reaching "Canadian Immigration Building". Proceed along
dockside and enter freight level Pier "B" — (left turn). Proceed
to ship's side North End of Pier.
Embarkation Arrangements
Documents
Immigration Arrangements
For passengers entering Alaska from Canada, U.S. Immigration Inspection is held at Ketchikan. Bonafide tourists do not
find it strict. To simplify and speed the work of the inspectors
your "Princess" Purser makes up the Manifest required from
information as to age, residence, business, etc., obtained from
you. Be sure to carry suitable identification and proof of citizenship.
 As soon as the inspector checks with the Manifest you may go
ashore. A similar inspection is carried out by Canadian Immigration officials on arrival at Vancouver on the southbound
voyage. Both inspections are simple formalities for tourists.
Fire & Boat Drill
At 1100 on the first morning northbound, the Master will announce Fire & Boat Drill. This is a practice drill only and will acquaint you with procedures. Listen carefully to the instructions.
Hand Baggage — Day of Departure
Prior to 1800 (6:00 p.m.)
Hand baggage may be delivered, during the day of departure
from Vancouver, to Pier "C" Waiting Room — tagged with
name and room number and same will be placed in your Stateroom. Tags are available from Checker. If arriving after 6:00
p.m. by taxi or automobile, refer to heading "Passengers in
Taxis or Automobiles," on page 5.
Laundry & Valet Service
An automatic self-service laundry is available aboard, aft on
Promenade Deck. There is also dry-cleaning service available
on arrival at Juneau. Please check with Bellboy.
Lost Articles
Apply at the Purser's Office.
Mail
Mail received on board will be delivered to staterooms as soon
as received. Outgoing mail properly stamped may be placed in
the box by the Purser's Office. Mail going ashore at Vancouver,
Prince Rupert and Alert Bay,B.C., must bear Canadian stamps
which can be obtained from the Canadian stamp-vending
machine by the newsstand. Mail going ashore at Ketchikan,
Juneau, Bartlett Cove, Skagway and Wrangell in Alaska must
bear U.S. stamps which can be obtained from the U.S. stamp-
vending machine, also by the newsstand. Rates for postage
when mailed from Vancouver, Prince Rupert and Alert Bay,
B.C. to Canadian and U.S. points are: Postcards 12 cents, letters 12 cents. Postcards and the average letters to Canadian
and U.S. destinations are usually handled by airmail wherever
possible without additional charge.
Rates for postage when mailed from Ketchikan, Juneau,
Skagway or Wrangell to Canadian or Mexico points. Postcards
9 cents, letters 17 cents. To U.S. points, postcards 13 cents,
letters 13 cents for 1 st oz. There is daily airmail service from
the points mentioned in Alaska. Rates and service may change
during cruise season.
Meal Hours:
Breakfast
first sitting — 0800
second sitting — 0845
Lunch
first sitting —1230
second sitting — 1330
 Dinner
first sitting —1800
second sitting — 1900
Dinner is not served on evening of departure.
Night buffet available — 2230-2330, except evening of
departure —2130.
Early morning tea and coffee available in the After Social Hall
— 0500 — and throughout the day.
All times shown (Pacific) Daylight Saving Time.
Punctuality at meals is essential for the benefit of all
passengers.
News & Gift Shop
Situated forward on the Promenade Deck.
Pets
No facilities available for handling pets aboard the T.E.V. Pr.
Patricia.
Seats in the Dining Room
When entering the Dining Room for the first breakfast, please
present your meal coupon to the Steward at Dining Room entrance and he will direct you to your table and seat, which will
be yours for the complete cruise.
Shore Excursions
Optional Shore Excursions are not included in cruise fares.
Please contact purser for information.
Valuables
Deposit with Purser for safekeeping.
Warning Whistle
A half hour before departure — 2 long blasts; 15 minutes
before — one long blast; at cast off — one short toot.
 DAILY BULLETIN
2030 D.S.T. — We glide slowly out of Vancouver harbour on
our first lap of this unique cruise to Alaskan ports, once scenes
of violent-adventure in the mysterious land of the silent seas.
For the next few days all the facilities of our services are at
your convenience to make this voyage a memorable one.
This bulletin will help you identify places of interest as we
cruise through deep Inside Passage waters. We follow the
wake of intrepid Russian, Spanish and British explorers and
adventurers who sought in vain for a northwest waterway from
the Pacific to the Atlantic. Glance back at the beautiful setting
as we leave Vancouver harbour in the closing dusk. Less than
80 years ago it was desolate bushland.
The Lions' Gate suspension bridge divides Vancouver harbour
from the Gulf of Georgia. In 1792, Captain George Vancouver,
a British naval officer and explorer extraordinary, sailed north
on this same course aboard an 80-foot sloop, H.M.S.
"Discovery". He named the gulf after King George III, who
backed his hardy venture.
Soon we pass Point Atkinson lighthouse on our right (starboard). Around us are chunky boats of salmon fishermen;
plodding tugs with tows of spruce, fir and cedar rafts; deep-sea
ships arriving with exotic cargoes from distant world ports.
This lighthouse is their guiding.beacon to a safe harbour.
Also to starboard is the placid, deep water cutoff to Howe
Sound. The explorer named this for Admiral Richard Howe,
who was then Commander in Chief of America and a close
friend of Benjamin Franklin.
On the starboard hand also, we pass close to the shore of
Bowen Island, a popular summer resort.
0700 D.S.T. — We are now in Johnstone
Strait. The mountain-girt, heavily wooded
shoreline on our left (port), is vast Vancouver Island, 282 miles long and 60
miles wide. It was first discovered by the
famed Spanish explorer, Senor Bodega y
Quadra in 1775. He came up from Lima,
Peru, in a 36-foot boat, built of green
timbers. This is just about the same length
as our life boats. He named this Quadra Island. When Captain
Vancouver arrived later, the island was ceded to Great Britain,
and the name changed to Vancouver Island. To its shores
came Dutch, Portuguese, Chinese and Russian traders. They
sought fabulous fortunes from sea otter pelts, which Indian
tribes were using for teepees. They left on record behind them
a saga of pillage and brutality which has never been equalled
to this day. They also sought gold, and massacred entire Indian
villages in their madness for this precious metal. These were
the pioneers of civilization through this vast territory, although
this was incidental to their real motives. Now the coast of Vancouver Island is dotted with fishing villages and logging camps.
0900 D.S.T. — Look to starboard for Alert Bay, an old Indian
Village bristling with totem poles. Here the Government maintains a large Indian residential school. It is also the transportation centre for fishing and logging operations of the
surrounding district.
 1030-1230 D.S.T. — In Queen Charlotte Sound, our first
stretch of open water, our ship has struck her real travel beat.
With each turn of the propeller, civilization falls behind and we
move into the unchanged world of the primitive. Voyagers who
keep a sharp lookout may see whales blowing as they frolic
through the Pacific. In the distance to port, like a stationary
cloud, is the northern tip of Vancouver Island. It was in this
Sound, named after Queen Charlotte Sophia, wife of King
George III, that Captain Vancouver ran his "Discovery"
aground and fought off fierce Haida Indians who came in huge
red cedar canoes to plunder his ship.
1300-1500 D.S.T. — Now we are in Fitzhugh Sound, named
by James Hanna, an enterprising English trader who operated
on the China coast in 1785. He sailed across the Pacific in a
60-ton brig. From these water he got 580 sea otter skins from
the natives, which he sold in China for $20,500.
1600 D.S.T. — Pass Bella Bella and enter Milbanke Sound at
1700.
The Captain's Introductory Cocktail Party is held in the Forward Observation Room tonight, half an hour prior to each
dinner sitting. Suggested attire: Ladies — cocktail dress.
Gentlemen — business suit.
During the night the ship traversed Fraser Reach, Granville
Channel and Dixon Entrance.
About 0330 D.S.T. — VVe crossed the
boundary waters which separate Alaska
from British Columbia. The first light in
Alaskan waters is Lord Island.
0530-0630 D.S.T. — We are cruising
Revillagigedo Channel, named after the
Viceroy of New Spain (Mexico).
Here Captain Vancouver and his companion Puget (after whom Puget Sound is
named) were almost stoned to death by a tribe of hostile Indians. From the tall cliffs that tower above us, the natives
pelted the explorers with rocks as they rowed back to the
"Discovery" anchored in this channel. They had come ashore
in a row boat to examine rock formations which might contain
gold.
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 While lounging on deck, it will take little imagination to picture
Indians and Aleutians, paddling through these waters chanting
weird songs, long before the white man knew of this continent.
We are now moving into areas which still retain the mark of
Baranof, fabulous "Russian King of Alaska", who came down
from the eternal ice fields of Siberia in 1740, to establish a
chain of fur trading forts through the Alaskan panhandle.
During this period of expansion, there were 60-odd trading
companies all at each other's throats, establishing forts and
having them blown up by rival companies in this frantic rush for
pelts.
0830 D.S.T. — Ketchikan. Before disembarking all passengers
must present some identification to United States Immigration
Officers, seated at a table in front of the Purser's Office. A
clearance card issued by U.S. Immigration Officers must be
presented at gangplank before proceeding ashore. This
Alaskan city of 7,618 population is the centre of the fishing industry of South East Alaska. In late summer a run up the
stream will reward the visitor with a view of schools of salmon
ascending swift waters to the spawning grounds. In the city
park are some fine examples of totem poles.
There is a good variety of curio stores. Ward Cove is the site of
a large new pulp mill.
A new museum has recently been built, just a few minutes
walk from the ship side; a very worthwhile visit!
The ship's sailing time from Ketchikan will be posted on the
blackboard at the foot of the gangway.
We sail through Tongass Narrows to starboard and Guard
Island to port, during the afternoon we will traverse Clarence
Strait enroute to Wrangell.
1830-2045 D.S.T. — Arrive at the town of Wrangell. Population 3,152. On the wharf we are met by the Wrangell High
School Band. The industry is fishing and lumbering. It was
founded by the Russians in 1831, and later in the year 1834
became known as Fort Dionisyus. Nothing remains of the Russian occupation. It has excellent curio shops. About one mile
from the ship, Chief Shakes Indian Community House, with its
totem poles and Indian lore, may be found. The people here,
like all Alaskans, are very friendly. The children come down to
meet the ship on arrival. See them on the wharf with their
Mother's baking pans. They contain Garnet stones, from a
local deposit. They sell for 10c or as much as the market will
bear. Have some fun!
Leaving Wrangell, we will now proceed northward, thru
Wrangell Narrows, commencing approximately 2245, passing
the town of Petersburg, at approximately 0100, enroute to
scenic Glacier Bay.
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0600-1000 D.S.T. — We are now in
Chatham Strait. This deep inlet of the sea
runs directly south from Skagway for two
hundred miles in a straight line to the
Pacific Ocean. On our Port side are the
two Islands of Baranof and Chichagof and
on the starboard side Admiralty Island.
Westward on Baranof Island is the town
of Sitka. This community during the Rus-
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 sian period and up to 1908 was the capital of Alaska, Juneau
becoming the capital in 1908 because Sitka was felt to be unsuitable due to its isolated position.
At approximately noon we enter Glacier Bay, from Icy Straits,
and for the next 60 miles we cruise these waterways which
have been set aside by the United States Government as a
reserve for the preservation of wildlife. It is known as the
Glacier Bay National Monument.
1300-2200 D.S.T. — At approximately 1300 the vessel will
stop off Bartlett Cove, to embark two Park Rangers from their
headquarters stationed at this point. They will accompany us
for the day and will explain all the details of the area as we proceed.
Glacier Bay divides itself into two arms, Tarr Inlet on the left
and Muir Inlet on the right. At the head of Tarr Inlet we will go
very close to the Margaree Glacier. This glacier is active and if
lucky maybe a piece of it will fall off into the water. Have your
cameras ready. This glacier is about a mile wide, 200 feet high,
and extends back 35 miles. Immediately ahead of the vessel,
and the terminus of the Inlet lies the Grand Pacific Glacier. This
is an immense glacier running back many miles into British
Columbia. The border between the Province and the State of
Alaska is only one-quarter mile away. This glacier is not as
spectacular in appearance as the Margaree, because of the
soil and rubble on the surface.
The temperature at this point is about 37 degrees, and the
depth of water under the vessel 1200 feet.
The John Hopkin's Inlet and Glacier is our next visit, approximately one hour sailing from here.
If the weather is clear the snow clad mountains of the Fair-
weather Range are beautiful to behold. Mt. Fairweather, the
highest in the area rises to 15,300 feet, others in the region,
such as Mount Crillon, Quincy Adams, LaPerouse, Lituya, and
Salisbury, are all over 10,000 feet.
The whole area abounds in fish and sea life. Salmon is plentiful
and halibut may be caught anywhere in the Bay. At the entrance to any stream may be found Dolly Varden Trout.
During the late evening we will again be back at Bartlett Cove,
to land the Rangers, and proceed to Skagway, via Lynn Canal,
which Capt. Vancouver named after King's Lynn, his home in
England.
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 0600-0800 D.S.T. — We are now sailing
through Chilkoot Inlet and passing the
town of Haines and the old Chilkoot barracks. A road connects this town with the
famed Alcan Highway. Skagway is our
next port of call.
0815 D.S.T. — Arrive Skagway, that
magic name indelibly engraved on the
world's memory. This is the gateway to
the real glamour north.
To this town in '98 came gold seekers from all over the world
— bearded, full-bodied men, slim downy-cheeked youngsters,
soft-bosomed, hard-eyed women, the crook, the gambler, the
adventurer and the miner. They came not to remain in Skagway. Here they outfitted for the hard trek across the White Pass
to bonanza creeks of the Yukon.
Ghosts of the days when gold dust and nuggets were standard
currency for ham and eggs still haunt this town. Here, fortunes
were risked on the turn of a card and human life became the
cheapest commodity on the trail. Now tourists can take the
train from Skagway over the same route as the gold seekers
toiled toward the gold fields beyond.
But Skagway has other surprises besides the grave of Soapy
Smith and the poems of Robert Service and the tales of Jack
London. During the short summer, nature works wonders in
this arctic soil. Endless days result in rapid plant life growth.
They reach sizes three times bigger than the normal "outside".
After the vessel arrives at Skagway, the White Pass & Yukon
Route's narrow-gauge train will leave for Lake Bennett and
return. This train is powered by a modern diesel unit and is
equipped with parlor car coaches. The route is through mountain gorges on parts of The Trail of '98', through tunnels and
over bridges through the White Pass, thence over the top of
mountains (elevation 2900 feet) to Lake Bennett where stop is
made for lunch. The train is turned at this point and returned to
Skagway, in mid afternoon prior to dinner on board "Princess
Patricia".
This is an optional trip for $29.00 (subject to change) U.S. funds
or equivalent in Canadian funds which includes round trip
transportation in parlor car accommodation and lunch at Lake
Bennett.
If you have not already purchased tickets for this optional trip,
arrangements may be completed at the Purser's office.
Camera fans should carry plenty of film as there is much opportunity for interesting photography.
Passengers who do not take the trip to Lake Bennett will be
served lunch on board "Princess Patricia" if they so desire.
After dinner the citizens of Skagway provide special entertainment for the passengers at Eagles Hall, with the theme of
Robert Service's poem, "Shooting of Dan McGrew". Bring
your cameras with flashes, and get some shots of the "Can
Can Girls". Time of departure will be posted on the ship's
bulletin board.
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 y^     ^X      0800-0830 D.S.T. — The town of Thane
f    T^AV    \   is on the r'9ht as we enter Gastineau
/      U±\JL       \  channel. On the left is Douglas Island.
LnngHJ Here is the famous Treadwell Mine,
W HpS|   V flooded in 1917 and since abandoned.
^HB^I ^^     Adjoining the site is the town of Douglas.
^^^^^*W^      Near the end of this channel is Juneau,
capital of Alaska, with a population of
about 18,145. The city has modern hotels,
many fine residences, an outstanding museum and public
buildings. The biggest low grade quartz mine in the United
States or Alaska is located here. It is seen on the side of the
4000-foot Mount Juneau, overlooking the city. Gold recovery
from this mine was only around 83 cents per ton of ore.
Juneau does not reckon her history from the sealing days, but
from 1880 when Joe Juneau and Fred Harris, who had been
grubstaked by a Sitka Mining Engineer called Pliz, came north
with the frenzied horde of men seeking the gleaming gold nuggets in the Klondike. The state museum is a must for every
visitor. It has the world's finest collection of Russian, Eskimo
and Aleutian art. In it is a copy of the document of the purchase
of Alaska from Czar Alexander II of Russia by United States of
America in 1867. Grand Mendenhall Glacier and beautiful Auk
Lake are about an 18-mile drive.
Note:
This is your last U.S. Alaska mailing point. The Post Box by the
Purser's Office will be cleared at 1130 for mailing in Juneau.
On leaving Juneau at approximately 1230, the vessel will sail to
Prince Rupert, B.C. arriving tomorrow at 1300. At approximately 1500, weather and ice conditions permitting, we will
turn to the Port and enter Tracy Arm, at the head of which is
situated the North and South Sawyer Glaciers. This inlet penetrates the coastal range for 30 miles. The waterway is narrow
and deep with high canyon like walls, rising to 2400 feet, and
jagged mountains reaching to over 6000 feet. Have your
cameras ready for outstanding pictures. Keep an eye for
Mountain Goats, they have been seen from time to time. Early
evening we will leave the mouth of Tracy Arm, and resume our
course southward across Frederick Sound.
It was through the straits which we shall travel today that the
biggest mass otter hunts in Alaska were staged.
One hunt staged by the Russians consisted of 550 Aleutian
biders (skin boats) and 1200 Aleutian natives. This hunt took
an entire month. The pelts yielded $2,000,000. Here, too, the
trading ships of Jacob Astor came to help found that famous
fortune.
Bloody battles were fought and refought here between traders,
explorers, Aleutians and savage Indian tribes. This continual
warfare sadly depleted the Aleutian race. Demanded and enslaved by the warring traders because they were good otter
hunters, these primitive people found themselves caught in the
middle. If they hunted seals they were robbed of them or their
flimsy craft were lost in raging gales. If they did not hunt they
were massacred. Baranof was the first white trader to give the
Aleutians a fair break. It paid off well for him.
At approximately 2200 the vessel will enter Wrangell Narrows,
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 on the port side is the little town of Petersburg, population
1500.
The industry is fishing and the population is predominantly
Scandinavian. This is a very scenic passage as we navigate
the ensuing 22 miles of intricate waterways. Parts of these
waterways are so narrow you can throw a stone across them.
Mitkof Island is on the port side and Kupreanof Island is to starboard. Looking back through the entrance of the Narrows at
Petersburg, if the weather is clear, you may see a high mountain peak, called the Devil's Thumb, rising over 9,000 feet. Further South is the Needles, 10,000 feet high. These are also
boundary markers, defining the boundary between British Columbia and Alaska Panhandle.
Last night we traversed Clarence Strait
and passed by the City of Ketchikan between 0600 and 0700. This was our first
port of call northbound you will recall.
0900 D.S.T. — We cross Dixon Entrance,
our last American navigational marker is
Lords Rock on the port side and in the
distance ahead is Green Island Lighthouse, the first southbound Canadian Aid
to Navigation. Between these two marks runs the International
Boundary separating the State of Alaska (U.S.) and the Province of British Columbia (Canada). The large Inlet on the port
side is the Portland Canal, which runs inland for 150 miles. At
the head of this inlet the town of Stewart, B.C. and Hyder,
Alaska, prominent mining communities, are located. Alice
Arm, located in this area is noted for its silver mines.
Dixon Entrance was named by the enterprising trader George
Dixon, another English trader who came across from China
many years before Captain Vancouver arrived. Dixon saw the
priceless sea otter pelts in China where he was trading. They
made an excellent luxury companion for those priceless Mandarin silks.
He was told the pelts had come across from Siberia. That the
Russians had traded them for tea.
Dixon had a successful voyage to this coast. From the Tlingit
Indians he collected 2,552 sea otter pelts which he sold for
$54,875. These enterprising traders considered the six hundred percent profit they made on these trips a fair return for
their courage and investments which were usually a few cheap
trinkets for the natives.
1200-1400 D.S.T. — Passing Green Island light on the port
side we now enter Chatham Sound, named by Captain Vancouver after the small ship H.M.S. "Chatham" which accompanied him on his voyage of exploration.
About 1300 we should pass Lucy Island. It is claimed that the
British explorer named this islet after his sweetheart in
England. However, he died a bachelor. He was only 33 years
old when he sailed from Falmouth, England, on this voyage. In
these waters which we cruise in a few days, Vancouver spent
five years "feeling" his way and suffering grim hardships and
privation.
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 The British Government had a standing reward of Twenty
Thousand Pounds (about $50,000) for the first person who
returned with proof of the long-dreamed waterway through the
North American continent from Pacific to Atlantic. Oddly
enough, a passage was finally discovered in 1946. The Royal
Canadian Mounted Police arctic patrol ship, St. Roche, finally
conquered the northern route, but had to go thousands of miles
north through the Arctic circle. This vessel is on display at the
Maritime Museum in Vancouver.
Soon we will turn to the port side and ahead of us is the mouth
: of the famous Skeena River, at whose source far in the interior
of British Columbia, salmon spawn.
This river has on its banks more canneries than any other river
in the world. Strange as it may seem, Captain Vancouver
missed the mouth of the Skeena when he came along the
same route we now sail. We will cruise past Hammer Island,
Glenn Island, Lawyer's Lighthouse and Holland Rock, and
enter Prince Rupert harbour with Digby Island to port, passing
Watson Island, site of a 40-million-dollar celanese plant. The
island actually lies in a slough of the Skeena River. During the
war Watson was an ammunition dump for United States forces
in Alaska.
1300 D.S.T. — Prince Rupert, 40 miles from the Alaska
Boundary, with a population of 18,500, boasts the world's
largest cold storage plant. From it thousands of pounds of
halibut and salmon, caught in the channels and sound through
which we travel, are shipped by air, rail and steamer to all parts
of the world. Ten miles from the city is the 300-ton-a-day Columbia Cellulose mill. As the most northern city in British Columbia it is a rail head to eastern Canada.
Shops of all varieties are available to the visitor, Postal,
Telephone and Telegraph Communications are available to all
parts of the continent and elsewhere. Canadian Pacific Airline
Office is situated on the Main Street, opposite the City Hall, and
will be pleased to assist with air transportation problems.
2000 D.S.T. — We have been steaming thru Granville Channel, one of the beauty spots of the "inside passage". It is a long
narrow passageway, with high mountains on each side,
covered by a lush green forest, intersected by ribbons of
waterfalls, and rushing waterways.
Tonight we will proceed south thru Fraser Reach, passing the
fishing village of Butedale about midnight. Tonight is also gala
night aboard ship. The Captain's Dinner is featured, providing
the ladies a chance to "Dress up". Dinner is followed by a masquerade at 2100, and dance.
y^       *^^       We will enter Queen Charlotte Sound
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approximately 0900 and will arrive at
Alert Bay at approximately 1400. If local
conditions are favourable a landing will be
made at this interesting little port. Announcements will be made in this connection just prior to arrival. Alert Bay is
the transportation centre for the surrounding district and has a large Indian
population.
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 These people are very proud of their heritage and have recently completed a new Indian Lodge where ceremonial dances
are held. Whenever possible every effort will be made to have
this interesting ceremony performed for the benefit of the
passengers.
Announcements in this regard will be made as soon as confirmation can be obtained. Across from the dock you will
observe the Indian Cemetery, in the grounds of which are
some very fine specimens of Totem Poles in good condition.
Bring your camera. The white buildings on the left are the
hospital. Time of departure will be announced.
Breakfast for the first sitting 0700 D.S.T.
Have your last-minute packing completed
before breakfast as the steward will be
calling at your room for your baggage.
Time to say "Au Revoir" and obtain the
address of new friends before arriving
Vancouver at 0900 D.S.T.
We sincerely hope you have enjoyed our
cruise aboard the "Princess Patricia" to
the "Land of the Midnight Sun" and that we shall meet again
soon.
Ketchikan, Alaska
Ketchikan is your first port in Alaska on this cruise. It is a city of
approximately 7,618 people, situated on Revillagigedo Island.
Like Prince Rupert its economy is also based on the fishing
and pulp and paper industries.
It was founded in 1880 by Mark Martin, a sawmill operator. At
one time Ketchikan had 12 fish canneries operating in its vicinity, but now, in light of more modern methods of refrigeration,
fish are kept in cold storage until they are required.
The city has modern apartment blocks, two of which are nine
stories high. It has T.V. and a radio station, large schools, and
new shopping centres.
Saxman Park has some very good examples of Indian Totem
Poles. Curios and photographic stores are on the main street.
Daily Aircraft flights carrying passengers and mail, land on
Annette Island and keep Ketchikan in direct contact with the
outside world.
Wrangell, Alaska
Wrangell, situated on Wrangell Island near the mouth of the
Stikine River, is a fishing and lumbering town of 3,152 people. It
was first founded by the Russians in 1831 and in 1834 became
known as Fort Dionisyus. It was first settled by Russian
Cossacks, who found they were unable to farm the surrounding country. There is little or nothing left of the old Russian occupation at the present day.
Wrangell is surrounded by hills of virgin forest overlooking a
beautiful wide bay, known as Etolin Bay which sometimes is
the setting for fantastically colourful sunsets. Gardens abound
and beautiful flowers grow in the damp soil which seems to
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 suit them so well. Dahlias, pansies, and wild sitka (purple)
roses do very well here. The people are very friendly and the
town has a settled look about it. Curio stores are on the main
street.
Glacier Bay, Alaska
Situated about 100 miles west of Juneau, off Icy Strait, lies a
large indentation of the coast known as Glacier Bay. At a point
approximately 30 miles from the entrance of the Bay, the
waterway divides into two major inlets, Muir and Tarr. At the
head of each, some sixty miles from the entrance, huge glaciers constantly discharge into these inlets. It is to Tarr Glacier
that we now proceed to view the ice floes that have broken
away from the face of Margaree Glacier.
In the distance and to the westward is Mount Fairweather, the
highest mountain of the Fairweather Range (15,300 feet).
Other mountains in view, with such historical names as Quincy
Adams, Salisbury, LaPerouse which all range in height from
10,000 to 14,000 feet are equally spectacular.
As we cruise up the Bay you will notice a change in the
climate. The nearer we get to the glaciers the colder it will
become. Be sure to put a sweater on, it can be really chilly.
This area is on the edge of the Gulf of Alaska, where many of
the storms that influence our climate all over the North
American Continent develop. Frequent weather changes bring
fog and rain to this area, so let us hope we will be lucky with
clear weather to view the scenic grandeur, tremendous mountains reaching to the sky, beautiful clear water and forest clad
hillsides to make one think they are really "out of this world".
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One of the reasons this area has been declared a National
Monument, is that here we have an example of what the northern half of the American Continent was once like during the
Glacial Age.
When Captain Vancouver explored this area in 1794, we are
told that Glacier Bay was a small indentation in the Coast. The
Bay was solid with ice which has since receded many miles to
where we are at present. As the ice broke off the face of the
glaciers it gouged great valleys from the surrounding moun-
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 tains and the tidal waters crept in making the fabulous waterways we now travel.
Bartlett Cove at the entrance to the Bay is the headquarters of
the Rangers Station, that guards this reserve. Here the United
States Government, under the administration of the National
Park Service, Department of the Interior, has built a beautiful
Park Lodge, with all the comforts of home in this isolated area.
Skagway, Alaska
Skagway, with a population of approximately 700, is located at
the head of the Lynn Canal, and known in history as the gateway to the rich Klondike Rush of 1896-98. It was here that tens
of thousands of people disembarked from ships and made
their way over the Chilkoot Trail to Lake Bennett and down the
Yukon River to Dawson.
It was also here that the famous character "Soapy Smith" held
the town in his grip and by means of games of chance and
fraud, relieved the traveller of his hard-earned gold nuggets.
In time he stirred up some opposition and a vigilante committee was established. One night the town's people held their
meeting on the end of the wharf to decide what to do with
Soapy and his men. At the entrance to the wharf, a man named
Reid stood guard at a point where the dock joined the shore.
Here "Soapy" in an angry mood met Reid. Reid would not let
him through to the meeting at the end of the dock ... both men
fired simultaneously and Soapy died soon after — Reid a few
days later as a result of his wound. They were buried in a little
cemetery not far from the White Pass Railway Round House,
and for years people have come to see "Soapy's" grave. Chips
of stone have been removed so many times from his grave
stone that new stones had to be installed. Strange as it may
seem, Reid, the man who saved the town, received little attention, but the stories of the many sided "Soapy" has lived on to
be one of the memorable characters of the North.
Commercially, Skagway is to this day, as in the past, the jumping off place to entrain for Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. All
Canadian cargo for the Yukon comes up by ship in containers
and is discharged at Skagway for reloading onto flat cars of the
White Pass & Yukon Railway. This far northern line started
container handling in 1955.
Many town buildings constructed at the turn of the Century
show their date of architecture by the overhead balconies and
fancy cornices.
Scenically it is nicely located on the delta of the Skagway River
with towering mountains on both sides, capped with the eternal snows. Flowers bloom profusely, and lupins and fireweed
are in season everywhere.
Juneau, Alaska
Juneau, the Capital of Alaska, situated on Gastineau Channel, is a city of 18,145 people. It was first founded in 1881 by
the discoverer of gold — Joseph Juneau, a French-Canadian.
For many years the city prospered on the operation of two
large gold mines, the Treadwell Mines at Douglas, on the opposite shore to Juneau. However, both mines are now closed
and Juneau's biggest Industry is being the capital, the seat of
various government agencies.
 A fish cold storage plant operates full time and a lumber mill
processes timber for the area.
Aircraft fly in and out of Juneau to neighbouring cities, such as
Sitka, Anchorage and Fairbanks, making Juneau the transportation centre. The Baranof Hotel in the centre of the city is a
modern structure, and is the social centre for community activities. Eighteen miles out of Juneau by way of a modern highway lies the Mendenhall Glacier, a large expanse of frozen ice.
The Government recently completed a fine Observation
building, where one can get an excellent view of this vast expanse of ice. Sightseeing buses take passengers from the ship
to the Mendenhall Glacier and back for a moderate charge.
The Glacier drains into Auk Lake, where the beautiful log
Presbyterian church nestles on the shore. This is a wonderful
spot for the camera fans to shoot some typical northern
scenery.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
The City of Prince Rupert, population 18,500, is situated on
Kaien Island. It is particularly noted for its fishing. Two great
northern salmon rivers are located to the north and south of it,
the Naas River to the North and the Skeena River to the South.
Prince Rupert has the world's largest fresh fish processing
plant. During the fishing season, long refrigerated fish trains
can be seen moving eastward to markets in North America. To
the seaward, the continental shelf provides a wonderful
feeding ground for the halibut and in the fall of the year shoals
of herring invade the coastal inlets.
Not only is this city a distributing centre for the north country
but it is also the terminus of Provincial Highway Number 6 from
Prince George, five hundred miles to the Eastward. This is also
the Northern Canadian terminus of the Alaska sea-ferry service connecting with the Alaska highway at Haines, Alaska, via
Ketchikan, Wrangell, Juneau.
The name Prince Rupert was selected from a competition by
school children and is derived from English History at the time
of James 1st (1670)
Approximately 12 miles out from the city the Columbia Cellu-
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 lose Company has established a large pulp and paper plant at
Port Edwards, which has steadied the economy considerably
for this area.
Prince Rupert also has a large grain elevator where grain from
the Prairie Provinces is stored before export overseas, mainly
to the Orient.
The city has a Totem Pole Park, where specimens of early Indian Art are found. These are principally from the Queen
Charlotte Islands and are made by the Haida Indians. The City
Museum is well worth a visit. It boasts an interesting display of
Indian Art and articles of pioneer days.
Alert Bay, B.C.
Alert Bay is a community of some 1,500 persons, situated on
an Island approximately 180 miles north of Vancouver on the
main shipping route of the famous "inside passage" to Alaska.
It is also the home of one of the larger and more progressive
Indian tribes of the coast, as well as being a transportation centre for the area. Considerable fishing and logging is done by its
inhabitants. A large Indian residential school is maintained by
the government. The community is also served by a hospital,
Wireless and Radio Telephone Station.
Notes
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Pier"B", Vancouver,BC   V6C2R3
Telex 04-507684
Tel (604) 665-2507 or 665-2508
M W Holland
Manager
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Asst. Manager
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DATE:      January 30,  1978
PILE:     7S.ALA.521.
Abbey Travel
25 The West Mall
Etoblcoke Ontario
M9C 1B8
ALASKA RESERVATIONS:
MR.  & MRS.   P.   SMITH
Dear   Sir:
received
Thank you   for your Remittance  in amount^
#200.QP
Deposit Receipt Form    CP AIR MCOOl8-4oiO~4l4-259  has  been
mms®m& and will  be retained on our  file  covering Deposit on
the   "PRINCESS   PATRICIA"   sailing   8:30  PiM LOCAL TIME June 16
342 • (Date)
(Room)
(3-JLu FINAL  BALANCE    c&e«mg-t^
iMS® *?d
>LUS   PASSENGER   PIER
J  CHARGE ,.^l^%dB&^^ be required six
(6)   weeks  prior to sailing date.
Please note if balance paid by MC0 gross net amount must be shiswn on
COUPON #1 as follows:($1810.00 less Deposit $200*00 + PPC $24.00 -
Total$l6j54.00).  11$ ($199.10 on passage fare only)  and deducted on
your ticket sales report to CP Air#
Yours   very truly,
47 m. w.
HOLLAND?
1/    Manager, /(
B.C.   Coast Steamship Service.
Tel.   (604)     665-2507  or   2508
 CP. RAIL - ALASKA RESERVATIONS. "PRINCESS PATRICIA"
WE DO NOT HANDLE DELIVERY OP "FLOWERS" - WE SUGGEST YOU USE
YOUR LOCAL FLORIST FOR "FLOWERS-BY-WIRE" SERVICE, GIVING
NAME OF OUR SHIP, PASSENGER(S) NAME(s), ROOM NUMBER ( IF
POSSIBLE) AND SAILING DATE.
ALSO WE DO NOT HANDLE DELIVERY OF "FRUIT" BASKETS.
MANAGER,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
CP. RAIL - ALASKA RESERVATIONS. "PRINCESS PATRICIA"
WE DO NOT HANDLE DELIVERY OF "FLOWERS" - WE SUGGEST YOU
USE YOUR LOCAL FLORIST FOR "FLOWERS-BY-WIRE" SERVICE,
GIVING NAME OF OUR SHIP, PASSENGER(S) NAME(S), ROOM NUMBER
(IF POSSIBLE) AND SAILING DATE.
ALSO WE DO NOT HANDLE DELIVERY OF "FRUIT" BASKETS.
MANAGER,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
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Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
Pier "B"
Vancouver, B.C.
I hereby make application for the following reduced fare transportation:
(See Note)
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service..
NOTE: A separate reduced auto fare application is required.
REQUESTS WILL NOT BE HONORED UNLESS RECEIVED BY MANAGER,
B.C.C.S.S. AT LEAST TWENTY-FOUR HOURS BEFORE ORDERS ARE
REQUIRED.
REDUCED RATE ORDERS MUST BE PRESENTED TO TICKET AGENT NOT
LATER THAN THIRTY MINUTES BEFORE STEAMER SAILS, OTHERWISE
ORDER MAY NOT BE HONORED.
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Signature of Applicant
/{Signature of Head of
Form 440 5M/3-75
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BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
ALASKA RESERVATIONS	
Mr.	
Form BCCS   62
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Your
Following space is assigned to the above party:
Round Trip - "Princess Patricia" - Sailing Date -
Oum> M./lL- U^pJiTi 3^l"7
1. Please advise promptly acceptance, with deposit receipt or ticket number, also
full names and initials, with berthing arrangement, or release space by return.
2. Original assignment being held.  Advise release of space not required at once.
If new space accepted, advise if original deposit receipt will cover.
3. Have listed or am retaining on list for desired improvement.	
4. Party removed from waiting list on all other sailings	
( )
( )
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5.    Protecting above with deposit receipt or ticket number.
IMPORTANT
This space is assigned to you under the following conditions:
(A) That you will advise immediate acceptance and deposit receipt number issued to cover.
(B) That you will complete this transaction and tickets issued to cover 45 days prior to sailing.
(C) In case of cancellation, after tickets have been issued, your advice of cancellation must give
reason for same.
(D) All space cancelled must be immediately released to this office and MUST NOT be assigned
to other passengers.   This to protect passengers on waiting list.
(E) Ticket advice coupons should be forwarded to this office immediately after issuance.
Remarks:
J. Yates
Manager, B.C.C.S.S-
Copy to:
liMiaiiiii.
Vancouver, B.C.
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 U.S. I.D. NUMBER
ALASKA REVENUE
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MONTH
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DEPOSITS
REVENUE
REMARKS
m
 October 26, 1977
Pile: 77.ALA.055. GEM.
Re; 1977 ALASKA CRUISES - "PRINCESS PATRICIA" - COMMISSION
Dear Sir:
As required by the Department of Internal Revenue for
U.S.A. Income Tax purposes, please advise this Offiee
by return mail your U.S. Taxpayer's Identification
Number on the attached copy of this letter.
Sincerely yours,
M.W. Holland
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Att.
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 DATE:
FROM:  MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
TO:    CHIEF STEWARD,  "PRINCESS PATRICIA"
KINDLY ARRANGE FIRST OR SECOND SITTING:-
MAY 15  MAY 23  MAY 31  JUNE 8  JUNE 16  JUNE 2k      JULY 2
JULY 10  JULY 18  JULY 26  AUG. 3  AUG. 11  AUG. 19
AUG. 27  SEPT. k      SEPT. 12  SEPT. 20  SEPT. 28
FAVOUR OF: -
IN ROOM (S)
IF POSSIBLE - TABLE FOR:      4  -   6  -   8
MISC:
MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
 Yours very truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
P.S. Single occupancy is on a share"tfasises if room required
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Precise description of goods or articles is required.
General  terms  such  as  meats,  dry goods,  machinery,
prints, etc., will not be accepted.
QUANTITY
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of pounds, tons,
gallons, yards,
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VALUE
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received in terms of Canadian
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 INSTRUCTIONS
1. Export entries prepared in duplicate are to be filed with Canadian Customs for all goods exported from Canada. Their preparation in
the name of the owner of the goods is the responsibility of the owner or his duly authorized agent and all particulars called for on the
form, including the signature, are to be completed in detail by the person responsible. Where goods are exported from an outport, the entry
is to  be presented   in  triplicate.
2. When drawback is to be claimed, one extra copy of the entry marked "Subject to drawback" is to accompany the goods to the port
of  exit.
3. An entry is required for each individual shipment and /or each separate carload shipment. However, where a shipment originates at
an interior point and is comprised of a number of carloads of the same material and is forwarded to a Canadian seaport for exportation
on the same vessel to the same country of destination, one entry for the entire shipment is acceptable. This instruction is applicable to
merchandise exported by vessel only. The name of the consignee is required to be shown on the entry where one consignee only is involved
and/or where a shipment is subject to Export Permit Regulations of the Export and Import Permits Act administered by the Department
of  Trade  and  Commerce,   Ottawa.
4. The entry is to be given to the transportation agent at the point of lading, who is to attach such entry to its relative waybill, airbill,
pro bill, etc.,  to accompany the shipment to  the port of exit where   the entry  will  be detached  and  surrendered  to  Canadian   Customs.
5. Export entries covering postal shipments are to be presented to the Postmaster ar the point of mailing, who will transmit same to the
nearest Collector of Customs and  Excise.
6. Export entries are not required for gifts, regardless of value, exported by mail or gifts valued at $25 or less shipped by air or
express. Other packages valued at $10 or less, shipped by air, express or mail do not require export entries unless the exporter requires
sucJv entries   in  support-of  a   refund  claim  or   fo^other  purposes,
7. The country  of  ultimate destination  is  to  be  stated   iri  the  export  entry as  the  country  to  which  exported.
8. Goods for exportation are indicated in the export entry as "Domestic Articles", or "Foreign Articles". Goods exported from a Customs
bonded warehouse are to be reported on form B 13 under the heading "Foreign Articles", and the notation "Customs Ex-Warehouse" must
be shown in the body of the entry. Goods exported from an Excise Warehouse are to be reported on form B 13, under the heading "Domestic
Articles"  and  the  notation   "Excise   Ex-Warehouse"   must  be   shown   in the body of the entry.
9. In the "Value" columns, the actual amount received or to be received in terms of Canadian dollars, exclusive of all charges is to be
shown.  Any  freight,   insurance,   handling   or  other  charges   included   in   the   selling   price   must   be   deducted   therefrom.
10. In the "quantity" column, the quantity in the unit required by the Export Statistical Classification is to be shown. Where weight
is required, show net weight, not including outer covering. Where tons are required, show short tons of 2,000 pounds. Where gallons are
required,  show   Imperial   gallons,   etc.
11. To avoid delay in the clearance outward of export goods in cases where, because of circumstances beyond the exporter's control, it
is not possible for him to submit a properly completed Export Entry B 13, the Collector may accept a Temporary Export Entry on form B 13,
in duplicate, conditional  upon  production  of a  regular entry within  six days of the date of export.
12. Where on export entry has been taken to account by Customs containing incorrect information, an amended export entry is to
be filed without delay. The amended export entry is to be prepared in a manner similar to that of an Amended Import Entry in that the
heading "Original Entry Read" should be followed by a description of the merchandise, as outlined on the prime entry, and another
subheading  "Amended to Read" should be followed by a correct description of the merchandise  in question.
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David Sim,
Deputy Minister of National Revenue,
Customs and Excise.
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Regret at present, we can only "WAITLIST" for sailing date and
type of accommodation requested on the "PRINCESS PATRICIA"•
If space becomes available, we shall contact you immediately.
Yours very truly,
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will note we do not have a childrens area nor do we
have any facilities re: babysitting.
There are activities in which the children may take
part in also games to occupy them.
Yours very truly,
M.W. Holland
Manager,
B.C. Coast Steamship Services*
 September 1976.
File No. T-77-10
Dear Friends:
Our "Princess Patricia" 1976 Alaska cruise season draws to
a close with the completion of the September 4th sailing,
and we wish to thank you for your valued patronage, trusting that your clients have had an enjoyable cruise "our
way to Alaska." The "Princess Patricia" is the only ship
exclusively operated in Alaska cruising, and all of our
effort is directed to that purpose.
Brochures for 1977 are under way# and a supply will be forwarded to you as soon as they become available; meanwhile,
we are pleased to enclose advance information concerning
next yearfs schedules and rates.  Please note the imposition of a Port Pier tax for the 1977 season, shown in the
box at the top of the rate sheet, but from which commission
must not be deducted.
During 1976 we completed arrangements with CP Air to act as
General Agents for the "Princess Patricia" Alaska cruises,
and attach a list of their offices through which "Patricia"
reservations may be arranged. Deposits and final ticketing
may be finalized in your office through the use of CP Air
MCO'S, or you may still phone us collect, Area Code 604,
665-2508, asking for Barbara Thorn, who is in charge of
Alaska berthing, or any of her capable assistants.
Looking forward to being of service to you in 1977.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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British Columbia Coast
Steamship Service
1977 Optional Shore Excursions at Alaska & Canadian Ports
l/C with "Princess Patricia" Cruises
Northbound
Ketchikan
Totem Bight & Rain Forest
Bus Tour (21/2 Hrs.)
US $9.00 ea
Skagway
Skagway/Lake Bennett & Return via White
Pass & Yukon Route train (includes Parlor
Car seat & lunch at Lake Bennett) (6 Hrs.)
US $29.00 ea
Southbound
Juneau
Prince Rupert
Alert Bay
Mendenhall Glacier via Gray Line Bus (21/2 Hrs.)        US $11.00 ea
Gray Line "City" Bus Tour Cdn $5.50 ea
Totem Pole Park & Indian Cemetery Cdn $5.50 ea
Rates - Subject to change
For your information above shore excursions may be purchased on board from purser
2nd day out.
We do not handle advance reservations for passengers at this office.
 Canadian Pacific
British Columbia Coast
Steamship Service
Travel Agency Material
Company
Address
City                                                                      Prov. /State
Postal Code/Zip                                               Tel.
We will require the following material for use in promoting Canadian Pacific's Princess Patricia
Inside Passage Alaska Cruises:
Brochures   1 1                                                   Send to:
Posters                                                                M.W.Holland
1—1                                                  Manager,
British Columbia Coast
Steamship Service,
Pier "B"
Vancouver, B.C.
V6C 2R3
 Canadian Pacific
British Columbia Coast
Steamship Service
Booking Procedures - Princess Patricia
1. To make a booking on CP's Princess Patricia Alaska cruise agents may contact CP Air Centers
listed in the 1977 Alaska Brochure or phone collect Vancouver B.C.C.S.S. Alaska reservations
604-665-2508.
2. An offer of space requires receipt by B.C.C.S.S. of a $100 deposit by a given option date B.C.C.S.
will confirm the final payment date either through CP Air or by a direct call to the travel agent.
3. Travel agents who stock CPA M.C.O. tickets may draw same on Canadian Pacific, B.C.C.S.S.
Vancouver for a deposit and for final or full payment.   M.C.O.'s must show clients name and
initials; sailing date; whether a Princess Patricia oneway or round trip cruise; cabin space or
guaranteed category if cabin number has not been assigned prior to ticketing date; and gross
Canadian fund amount together with agents full name and address.
4. The original coupon of the M.C.O. must be forwarded to the Manager, B.C.C.S.S. Vancouver
whether issued for a deposit, full payment or balance of payment.   A B.C.C.S.S. Alaska ticket
will be issued if time permits mailing to travel agents or direct to passenger on agents request.
Should time not permit the mailing of a B.C.C.S.S. Alaska ticket the agent should give original
M.C.O. to the passenger who will present it to the purser on embarkation night and be given an
Alaska ticket in return.
5. If a passenger wishes to exchange his M.C.O. for an Alaska ticket prior to embarkation he may
go directly to the B.C.C.S.S. office, Pier B (foot of Burrard St.) Vancouver except over weekends
and holidays.
6. Individuals may contact any CP Air office or Vancouver B.C.C.S.S. Alaska reservations directly
to book space on the Alaska cruise.
7. Travel agents who do not stock CPA M.C.O.'s and individuals may pay for the deposit, full or
final payment by cash, cheque, money order or CP Credit Card.
8. Ticketing under 7 will be handled in similar manner to items 4 and 5 above substituting M.C.O.
by other method of payment adopted.
Montreal, November 26, 1976

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