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 Shuffleboard,   one   of   the   many   activities
enjoyed by "Princess Patricia" passengers.
CRUISE TO THE "LAND
OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN"
ONLY $19875
This is a rare opportunity for you to enjoy one of
the most popular cruises on the Northwest Coast
at a 25% discount on regular fares. Only the fare
is reduced. In all other respects, this special cruise
is identical with regular sailings. You enjoy the
same world famous Canadian Pacific service —
delicious food, wonderful comfort and friendly
attention.
On this special sailing — Sept. 5 only, you can
One of the modern, comfortable staterooms
aboard the "Princess Patricia".
enjoy this unique and enchanting voyage — iy2
glorious days, for as little as $198.75! Make your
reservations soon to avoid disappointment.
You leave Vancouver at 8:00 p.m  P.S.T., Sept. 5
Arrive back in Vancouver Sept 13 at 8:30 a.m.
On board your Canadian Pacific liner "Princess
Patricia" you'll enjoy every modern luxury. 152
staterooms can accommodate 347 passengers.
Spacious public rooms, solarium and ballroom;
passenger elevator, beauty parlor and self-service
laundry add to your pleasure. Enjoy wonderful
full course meals, beautifully prepared and served;
and the friendly services of cruise-experienced
personnel.
 .y^M
Mendenhall  Glacier,  Juneau,  Alaska.  One  of the  many
breathtaking scenes you'll enjoy on the cruise.
THE FJORD ROUTE TO
ALASKA FROM VANCOUVER
You sail from Vancouver, and leisurely cruise up
B.C.'s magnificent coastline with its intriguing
historical sites. Ports of call include:
PRINCE RUPERT This is British Columbia's most
northern city with a picturesque floating fishing
village.
KETCHIKAN    First U.S. city on the cruise. See
many fine totem poles and visit curio shops.
WRANGEL  Founded by Baron von Wrangel, it still
has many traces of the attempted Russian colonization.
JUNEAU Capital of the 49th state. See Russian,
Eskimo and Aleutian art treasures in Territorial
Museum.
SKAGWAY Preserved for your enjoyment, is its
colourful past when prospectors gambled, danced
and toted gold dust from the Klondike.
 VIA
PRINCESS CRUISES
SUMMER 1967
PRINC -JUNEAU
WRANGELL-KITIMAT
 Skagway
I Juneau
0
^ |V     ^# Wrangell
*• Ketchikan
»*    AN AVERAGE
SUMMER TEMPERATURE
OF 65°
ffi
etchikan
Prince Rupert
Kitimat
:^=^
 CRUISES by T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA
VANCOUVER
Western mainland terminus of Canadian Pacific, British
Columbia's largest city—bustling seaport, residential
and manufacturing areas —noted too for its fine parks,
golf courses and beaches.
PRINCE RUPERT
Pulp and forest products centre and great fishing port
-British Columbia's most northern city. Its floating fishing village is one of the many picturesque attractions.
KETCHIKAN
First U.S. city on the cruise-is noted for its huge fish
canneries; and more on the artistic side, its many fine
totem poles. Curio shops reward souvenir-seekers.
JUNEAU
Capital of the 49th State to join the union, really came
to life in 188C when gold supplanted seals as pay-dirt.
Russian, Eskimo and Aleutian art treasures are housed
in the Territorial Museum.
SKAGWAY
Half a century ago, 15,000 prospectors crowded into the
Klondike diggings. They gambled, danced and toted gold
dust. Today, the past is preserved for tourists.
WRANGELL
Was founded by the Russians in 1831 and later in 1834
became known as Fort Dionisyus. Main industries are
fishing and  lumbering.
KITIMAT
Incorporated in 1953 after the Aluminum Company of
Canada chose the site for what is now the world's third
largest aluminum smelter, the busy B.C. city of 10,000 is
called after the Kitamaat Indian Village which is across
the bay from where this ship docks.
WHAT TO WEAR
HERE ARE A FEN SUGGESTIONS:
LADIES: During the day— sportswear such as "slims", a
cotton blouse, knitted pull-over and bulky knit or suede
jacket, also knitted suits or dresses and top coat.
Rubber-soled play shoes for deck wear and a good pair
of  leather walking shoes for sight-seeing.
For dinner at night — dressed-up casual dress and a
cocktail dress of silk or cotton for the captain's dinner.
GENTLEMEN: During the day-slacks, sportsjacket or
sweater, wool sportshirts, and a dress shirt. Light-weight
sports shoes or sandals for deck wear and sightseeing.
A pair of dress shoes. Some type of head gear with sun-
visor.
For dinner at night - sportsjacket and slacks. A business
suit for the captain's dinner.
DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA:
Regarding Equipment: Depending on your own interest,
here are a few suggestions: Haze filter for coloured
daylight film-a K-2 filter for black and white; telephoto
and wide-angle lenses desirable but not essential; light
meter and tripods are helpful-for indoor shots bring
your flash equipment. All popular sizes of film, black
and white, coloured, and 8mm. movie, are available at
the newsstand aboard ship.
 There is no finer way to visit Alaska and the Yukon
than with the turbo-electric powered Princess
Patricia. This ship offers every possible convenience to the cruise passenger. Princess Patricia is
has 152 staterooms-solarium
— ballroom —beauty parlour—even a self-service
laundry and an outdoor swimming pool. Completely
renovated and refitted for cruising, Princess Patricia
is 374 feet long and displaces 6,000 tons. She is
equipped with every navigational aid available and
her crew is thoroughly familiar with the coastal
waters along her route.
AM these features, combined with cuisine to suit
every taste, and experienced personnel, make
cruising to Alaska with Canadian Pacific a unique
and delightful experience.
CRUISE-T.E.V. "PRINCESS PATRICIA" PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION PLAN
 ROUND TRIP SUMMER CRUISE FARES
( JUNE 24
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
1967 SEASON
)        SAILINGS
FOR ( JULY 2-10-18-26      ) FROM
( AUGUST 3-11-19-27 )      VANCOUVER
(a) MAIN DECK
PROMENADE DECK
-101
- 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
$290.00  $580.00  $435.00  $580.00
(b) MAIN DECK
PROMENADE DECK -
■ 100 102
308 309 310 311 -
iper, Lower and Toilet
325.00        650.00        505.00        650.00
(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	
340.00        680.00        535.00        680.00
(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
356.00        712.00        567.00        712.00
(e) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
UPPER 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
373.00        746.00        601.00        746.00
-214
- 406 407 408 410 412 414 - Upper, Lower,
Folding Berth, Shower & Toilet	
373.00        746.00        601.00        746.00 +
If) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
BOAT DECK
-160
- 200 202 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
- 424 429
395.00        790.00        645.00        790.00
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
395.00
790.00
645.00
790.00 +
(g) UPPER DECK
MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK •
BOAT DECK
■ 217 — Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
844.00
152 155
212 229
328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345 -
Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth, Shower & Toilet
844.00
14.00
844.00 +
— 416 — Two Folding Uppers, Two Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet 	
844.00
844.00
844.00 ■
(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
965.00
965.00
965.00 ■
(i) UPPER DECK
- 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227 -
Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
1086.00
1086.00
*■ Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
Adult  290.00
  Half-fare age child  145.00
■ Additional charge for third and fourth passengers berthed in these
rooms will be:      Each adult  290.00
 Each half-fare age child  145.00
( MAY 31    )     SAILINGS
FOR ( JUNE 8    )        FROM
( JUNEJ6JMfANC0UVER
$275.00  $550.00  $412.50  $550.00
309.00   618.00
3.50   618.00
323.00   646.01
508.50   646.00
338.00   676.00   538.50   676.00
354.00   708.00   570.50   708.00
354.00   708.00   570.50   708.00 +
375.00   750.00   612.50   750.00
375.00   750.00   612.50   750.00 +
1.00   801.00   801.00
801.00   801.00
275.00
137.50
275.00
137.50
1.00 +
11.00   801.00   801.001
916.00   916.00   916.00 a
1031.00  1031.00  1031.00
NOTE: Two-berth rooms shown 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 lower berth.
Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and Boat Decks only.
RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
 CRUISES by T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA
DO IT THIS SUMMER.
Take a superlative 7V2-day cruise to the land of the
midnight sun. Trace the route of the Gold Rush (with
most of the excitement and none of the hardship). Cruise
to towns whose names are history • Ketchikan • Juneau
• Skagway • Wrangell
Places that fired the imaginations of Robert Service,
Jack London, and that rascal, Soapy Smith (he had an
incomparable talent for removing gold dust from
prospectors).
There's a lot of history in an Alaska cruise.
And a few surprises • The average Summer temperature
is 65° • The days are sunny • You sail amid mountains
that start white at the top and change to green as they
stretch 14,000 shimmering feet to the sea. While your
life aboard is a continuous round of pleasure-dancing, games, entertainment, exquisite food and carefree
comfort.
You see ancient Indian villages, sea lions, totem poles,
whales, glaciers, and flowers that grow three times
normal size (the constant sun does it). And other things
you haven't dreamed of • This is the summer to do it •
To cruise to Alaska.
BAGGAGE
Each adult ticket includes free carriage of 150 lbs. of
baggage, and each half ticket, 75 lbs. Baggage in
excess of these weights is carried between Vancouver
and Skagway at regular excess baggage rates. Staterooms can accommodate steamer trunks not more
than 14 inches high, but you will find it more convenient to have trunks properly cared for in the ship's
baggage room.
Free Storage • At Vancouver, round-trip passengers'
baggage can be stored free for not more than 30 days,
after which regular charges are made.
CHECKED BAGGAGE
Northbound • Baggage will not be checked beyond
Skagway.
Southbound • Baggage will not be checked beyond
Vancouver.
Baggage will be checked interport by the Purser and
Baggage Room (C.P.R. Station) Vancouver.
CUSTOMS INSPECT/ON
Northbound • United States Customs inspection  is
made at Ketchikan, Alaska.
Southbound • Canada Customs inspection is made at
Vancouver, B.C.
IMMIGRATION ARRANGEMENTS
For passengers entering Alaska from Canada, U.S.
Immigration Inspection is held at Ketchikan. Bona-
fide 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.
The Purser will give you a card to present to the Immigration inspector when he boards your "Princess"
at Ketchikan. As soon as the inspector checks with
the Manifest you may go ashore. A similar inspection
is carried out by Canadian immigration officials at
Kitimat on the southbound voyage. Both inspections
are simple formalities for tourists.
ALASKA SERVICE-1967
T. E.V. "PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PACIFIC STANDARD TIME
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
Lv. Vancouver
8:00 p.m.
31
8-16-24
2-10-18-26
3-11-19-27
Lv. Prince Rupert
Lv. Ketchikan
11:00 a.m.
9:00 p.m.
June
2
2
10-18-26
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
5-13-21-29
Lv.Juneau
11:30 p.m.
3
11-19-27
5-13-21-29
6-14-22-30
Ar. Skagway
8:30 a.m.
4
12-20-28
6-14-22-30
7-15-23-31
Lv. Skagway
10:30 p.m.
4
12-20-28
6-14-22-30
7-15-23-31
Lv. Wrangell
3:00 p.m.
5
13-21-29
7-15-23-31
Sept.
8-16-24  1
Lv. Kitimat
5:00 p.m.
6
14-22-30
Aug.
8-16-24  1
9-17-25  2
Ar. Vancouver
8:30 a.m.
8
July
16-24 2
10-18-26 3
11-19-27 4
The times (Pacific Standard) and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be
followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to
change without notice.
- Your Own Agent -
————————- Is Anxious to Serve You	
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PRINCESS CRUISES
SUMMER 1968
CRUISE VANCOUVER TO SKAGWAY
J RIM VIA THE SMOOTH INSIDE PASSAGE,
>R!NCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN-JUNEAU
WRANGELL-KITIMAT
 Skagway
Juneau
Vrangell
(etchikan
^■k*   AN AVERAGE
SUMMER TEMPERATURE
OF 65°
Prince Rupert
}• Kitimat
 CRUISES by T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA
VANCOUVER
Western mainland terminus of Canadian Pacific, British
Columbia's largest city-bustling seaport, residential
and manufacturing areas —noted too for its fine parks,
golf courses and beaches.
PRINCE RUPERT
Pulp and forest products centre and great fishing port
— British Columbia's most northern city. Its floating fishing village is one of the many picturesque attractions.
KETCHIKAN
First U.S. city on the cruise-is noted for its huge fish
canneries; and more on the artistic side, its many fine
totem poles. Curio shops reward souvenir-seekers.
JUNEAU
Capital of the 49th State to join the union, really came
to life in 1880 when gold supplanted seals as pay-dirt.
Russian, Eskimo and Aleutian art treasures are housed
in the Territorial Museum.
SKAGWAY
Half a century ago, 15,000 prospectors crowded into the
Klondike diggings. They gambled, danced and toted gold
dust. Today, the past is preserved for tourists.
WRANGELL
Was founded by the Russians in 1831 and later in 1834
became known as Fort Dionisyus. Main industries are
fishing and lumbering.
KITIMAT
Incorporated in 1953 after the Aluminum Company of
Canada chose the site for what is now the world's third
largest aluminum smelter, the busy B.C. city of 10,000 is
called after the Kitamaat Indian Village which is across
the bay from where this ship docks.
WHAT TO WEAR
HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS:
LADIES: During the day - sportswear such as "slims", a
cotton blouse, knitted pull-over and bulky knit or suede
jacket, also knitted suits or dresses and top coat.
Rubber-soled play shoes for deck wear and a good pair
of  leather walking shoes for sight-seeing.
For dinner at night — dressed-up casual dress and a
cocktail dress of silk or cotton for the captain's dinner.
GENTLEMEN: During the day-slacks, sportsjacket or
sweater, wool sportshirts, and a dress shirt. Light-weight
sports shoes or sandals for deck wear and sightseeing.
A pair of dress shoes. Some type of head gear with sun-
visor.
For dinner at night - sportsjacket and slacks. A business
suit for the captain's dinner.
DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA:
Regarding Equipment: Depending on your own interest,
here are a few suggestions: Haze filter for coloured
daylight film-a K-2 filter for black and white; telephoto
and wide-angle lenses desirable but not essential; light
meter and tripods are helpful—for indoor shots bring
your flash equipment. All popular sizes of film, black
and white, coloured, and 8mm. movie, are available at
the newsstand aboard ship.
 There is no finer way to visit Alaska and the Yukon
than with the turbo-electric powered Princess
Patricia. This ship offers every possible convenience to the cruise passenger. Princess Patricia is
fully air-conditioned,, has 152 staterooms —solarium
-ballroom-beauty parlour-even a self-service
laundry and an outdoor swimming pool. Completely
renovated and refitted for cruising, Princess Patricia
SAFETY INFORMATION
THE T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA REGISTERED IN CANADA,
MEETS INTERNATIONAL SAFETY STANDARDS FOR NEW
SHIPS DEVELOPED IN 1960.
is 374 feet long and displaces 6,000 tons. She is
equipped with every navigational aid available and
her crew is thoroughly familiar with the coastal
waters along her route.
All these features, combined with cuisine to suit
every taste, and experienced personnel, make
cruising to Alaska with Canadian Pacific a unique
and delightful experience.
 SAFETY INFORMATION
THE T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA REGISTERED IN CANADA,
MEETS INTERNATIONAL SAFETY STANDARDS FOR NEW
SHIPS DEVELOPED IN 1960.
ROUND TRIP SUMMER CRUISE FARES- 1968 SEASON
CRUISE-T.E.V. "PRINCESS PATRICIA" PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION PLAN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
(a) MAIN DECK
PROMENADE DECK
-101
- 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
(b) MAIN DECK
PROMENADE DECK ■
100 102
308 309 310 311 - Upper, Lower and Toilet
(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	
(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
(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
UPPER DECK
BOAT DECK
-214
- 406 407 408 410 412 414 - Upper, Lower,
Folding Berth, Shower & Toilet	
(f) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
BOAT DECK
MAIN DECK "
PROMENADE DECK ■
BOAT DECK
-160
- 200 202
- 424 429
Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
■ 154 157 159 161
■ 334 336 338 339 341 343
■409 411 415 417 419
Upper, Lower,
Folding Lower Berth,
Shower and Toilet
(g) UPPER DECK
MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
— 217 — Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
-152 155
- 212 229
- 328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345 -
Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth, Shower & Toilet
- 416 — Two Folding Uppers, Two Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet	
) 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
- 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227 -
Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
+Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
Adult	
Half-fare age child .
■ Additional charge for third and fourth passengers berthed in these
rooms will be:      Each adult	
 Each half-fare age child	
NOTE: Two-berth rooms shown 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 lower berth.
Elevator service between Upper, Promenade and boat Decks only.
RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
 Wj
CRUISES by T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA
DO IT THIS SUMMER.
Take a superlative 7V2-day cruise to the land of the
midnight sun. Trace the route of the Gold Rush (with
most of the excitement and none of the hardship). Cruise
to towns whose names are history • Ketchikan • Juneau
• Skagway • Wrangell
Places that fired the imaginations of Robert Service,
Jack London, and that rascal, Soapy Smith (he had an
incomparable talent for removing gold dust from
prospectors).
There's a lot of history in an Alaska cruise.
And a few surprises • The average Summer temperature
is 65° • The days are sunny • You sail amid mountains
that start white at the top and change to green as they
stretch 14,000 shimmering feet to the sea. While your
life aboard is a continuous round of pleasure-dancing, games, entertainment, exquisite food and carefree
comfort.
You see ancient Indian villages, sea lions, totem poles,
whales, glaciers, and flowers that grow three times
normal size (the constant sun does it). And other things
you haven't dreamed of • This is the summer to do it •
To cruise to Alaska.
BAGGAGE
Each adult ticket includes free carriage of 150 lbs. of
baggage, and each half ticket, 75 lbs. Baggage in
excess of these weights is carried between Vancouver
and Skagway at regular excess baggage rates. Staterooms can accommodate steamer trunks not more
than 14 inches high, but you will find it more convenient to have trunks properly cared for in the ship's
baggage room.
Free Storage • At Vancouver, round-trip passengers'
baggage can be stored free for not more than 30 days,
after which regular charges are made.
CHECKED BAGGAGE
Northbound • Baggage will not be checked beyond
Skagway.
Southbound • Baggage will not be checked beyond
Vancouver.
Baggage will be checked interport by the Purser and
Baggage Room (C.P.R. Station) Vancouver.
CUSTOMS INSPECTION
Northbound • United States Customs inspection is
made at Ketchikan, Alaska.
Southbound • Canada Customs inspection is made at
Vancouver, B.C.
IMMIGRATION ARRANGEMENTS
For passengers entering Alaska from Canada, U.S.
Immigration Inspection is held at Ketchikan. Bona-
fide 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.
The Purser will give you a card to present to the immigration inspector when he boards your "Princess"
at Ketchikan. As soon as the inspector checks with
the Manifest you may go ashore. A similar inspection
is carried out by Canadian immigration officials at
Kitimat on the southbound voyage. Both inspections
are simple formalities for tourists.
ALASKA SERVICE-1968
T. E.V.  "PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PACIFIC
STANDARD
TIME     MAY  JUNE
SPECIAL
POST
SEASON
CRUISE
JULY AUGUST      SEPT.
Lv. Vancouver
8:00 p.m.
31   8-16-24 2-10-18-26
3-11-19-27
4
Lv. Prince Rupert
Lv. Ketchikan
JUNE
11:00 a.m.   2 10-18-26 4-12-20-28
9:00 p.m.   2 10-18-26 4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
5-13-21-29
6
6
Lv. Juneau
11:30 p.m.
3 11-19-27 5-13-21-29
6-14-22-30
7
Ar. Skagway
8:30 a.m.
4 12-20-28 6-14-22-30
7-15-23-31
8
Lv. Skagway
10:30 p.m.
4 12-20-28 6-14-22-30
7-15-23-31
8
Lv. Wrangell
3:00 p.m.
5 13-21-29 7-15-23-31
SEPT
8-16-24   1
9
Lv. Kitimat
5:00 p.m.
AUG.
6 14-22-30 8-16-24   1   9-17-25   2
10
Ar. Vancouver
8:00 a.m.
JULY
8 16-24 2 10-18-26 3
11-19-27 4
12
The times (Pacific Standard) and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be
followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change
without notice.
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  CRUISES by T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA
VANCOUVER
Western mainland terminus of Canadian Pacific, British
Columbia's largest city — bustling seaport, residential
and manufacturing areas — noted too for its fine parks,
golf courses and beaches.
PRINCE RUPERT
Pulp and forest products centre and great fishing port
— British Columbia's most northern city. Its floating fishing village is one of the many picturesque attractions.
Optional Gray Line Tour.
KETCHIKAN
First U.S. city on the cruise — is noted for its huge fish
canneries; and more on the artistic side, its many fine
totem poles. Curio shops reward souvenir-seekers.
JUNEAU
Capital of the 49th State to join the union, really came
to life in 1880 when gold supplanted seals as pay-dirt.
Russian, Eskimo and Aleutian art treasures are housed
in the Territorial Museum. Optional American sightseeing or Gray Line Tour to Mendenhall Glacier.
SKAGWAY
Half a century ago, 15,000 prospectors crowded into the
Klondike diggings. They gambled, danced and toted
gold dust. Today, the past is preserved for tourists.
Optional White Pass and Yukon Route Lake Bennett
Tour.
WRANGELL
Was founded by the Russians in 1831 and later in 1834
became known as Fort Dionisyus. Main industries are
fishing and lumbering.
KITIMA T
Incorporated in 1953 after the Aluminum Company of
Canada chose the site for what is now the world's third
largest aluminum smelter, the busy B.C. city of 10,000 is
called after the Kitamaat Indian Village which is across
the bay from where this ship docks.
WHAT TO WEAR
HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS:
LADIES: During the day-sportswear such as "slims", a
cotton blouse, knitted pull-over and bulky knit or suede
jacket, also knitted suits or dresses and top coat.
Rubber-soled play shoes for deck wear and a good pair
of leather walking shoes for sight-seeing.
For dinner at night —dressed-up casual dress and a
cocktail dress of silk or cotton for the captain's dinner.
GENTLEMEN: During the day-slacks, sportsjacket or
sweater, wool sportshirts, and a dress shirt. Light-weight
sports shoes or sandals for deck wear and sightseeing.
A pair of dress shoes. Some type of head gear with sun-
visor.
For dinner at night-sportsjacket and slacks. A business
suit for the captain's dinner.
DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA:
Regarding Equipment: Depending on your own interest,
here are a few suggestions: Haze filter for coloured
daylight film-a K-2 filter for black and white; telephoto
and wide-angle lenses desirable but not essential; light
meter and tripods are helpful-for indoor shots bring
your flash equipment. All popular sizes of film, black
and white, coloured, and 8mm. movie, are available at
the newsstand aboard ship.
 There is no finer way to visit Alaska and the Yukon
than with the turbo-electric powered Princess
Patricia. This ship offers every possible convenience to the cruise passenger. Princess Patricia is
fully air-conditioned, has 152 staterooms — solarium — ballroom — beauty parlour — even a
self-service laundry. Completely fitted for cruising,
Princess Patricia is 374 feet long and displaces
SAFETY INFORMATION
THE T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA REGISTERED IN CANADA,
MEETS INTERNATIONAL SAFETY STANDARDS FOR NEW
SHIPS DEVELOPED IN 1960, AND MEETS THE 1966 FIRE SAFETY
REQUIREMENTS.
All these features, combined with cuisine to suit
every taste, and experienced personnel, make
cruising to Alaska with Canadian Pacific a unique
and delightful experience.
 CRUISES by T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA
DO IT THIS SUMMER.
Take a superlative 7V2-day cruise to the land of the
midnight sun. Trace the route of the Gold Rush (with
most of the excitement and none of the hardship). Cruise
to towns whose names are history • Ketchikan • Juneau
• Skagway • Wrangell
Places that fired the imaginations of Robert Service,
Jack London, and that rascal, Soapy Smith (he had an
incomparable   talent   for   removing   gold   dust   from
prospectors).
There's a lot of history in an Alaska cruise.
And a few surprises • The average Summer temperature
is 65° • The days are sunny • You sail amid mountains
that start white at the top and change to green as they
stretch 14,000 shimmering feet to the sea. While your
life aboard is a continuous round of pleasure—dancing, games, entertainment, exquisite food and carefree
comfort.
You see ancient Indian villages, sea lions, totem poles,
whales, glaciers, and flowers that grow three times
normal size (the constant sun does it). And other things
you haven't dreamed of • This is the summer to do it •
To cruise to Alaska.
BAGGAGE
Each adult ticket includes free carriage of 150 lbs. of
baggage, and each half ticket, 75 lbs. Baggage in
excess of these weights is carried between Vancouver
and Skagway at regular excess baggage rates. Staterooms cannot accommodate steamer trunks, but
you will find it more convenient to have trunks and
heavy baggage properly cared for in the ship's
baggage room.
Free Storage / At Vancouver, round-trip passengers'
baggage can be stored free for not more than 30 days,
after which regular charges are made. Automobiles
are not carried on "Princess Patricia".
CHECKED BAGGAGE
Northbound / Baggage will not be checked beyond
Skagway.
Baggage will be checked interport by the Purser and
Baggage Room (C.P.R. Station) Vancouver.
HAND BAGGAGE—DAY OF DEPARTURE
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.
CUSTOMS INSPECTION
inspection is
ispection is made at
IMMIGRATION ARRANGEMENTS
For passengers entering Alaska from Canada, U.S.
Immigration Inspection is held at Ketchikan. Bona-
fide 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.
The Purser will give you a card to present to the immigration inspector when he boards your "Princess"
at Ketchikan. As soon as the inspector checks with
the Manifest you may go ashore. A similar inspection
is carried out by Canadian Immigration officials at
Kitimat on the southbound voyage. Both inspections
are simple formalities for tourists.
ALASKA SERVICE -1969
T. E.V. "PRINCESS PATRICIA'
LOCAL
TIME MAY     JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPT.
Lv. Vancouver
2100
31
8-16-24
2-10-18-26
3-11-19-27
4
Lv. Prince Rupert
Lv. Ketchikan
1200
2200
2
2
UNE
10-18-26
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
5-13-21-29
6
6
Lv. Juneau
2330
3
11-19-27
5-13-21-29
6-14-22-30
7
Ar. Skagway
0815
4
12-20-28
6-14-22-30
7-15-23-31
8
Lv. Skagway
2245
4
12-20-28
6-14-22-30
7-15-23-31
8
Lv. Wrangell
1600
5
13-21-29
7-15-23-31
SEPT
8-16-24    1
9
Lv. Kitimat
1800
6
14-22-30
AUG
8-16-24     1
9-17-25    2
10
Ar. Vancouver
0900
8
JULY
16-24    2 10-18-26    3
11-19-27    4
12
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A MEMORABLE VOYAGE TO ALASKA AND BACK, WITH STOPS AT
KETCHIKAN, WRANGELL, BARTLETT COVE, JUNEAU, PRINCE RUPERT AND ALERT BAY
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VANCOUVER
Western mainland terminus of Canadian Pacific, British
Columbia's largest city — bustling seaport, residential
and manufacturing areas-noted too for its fine parks,
golf courses and beaches.
KETCHIKAN
First U.S. city on the cruise - is noted for its huge fish
canneries; and more on the artistic side, its many fine
totem poles. Curio shops reward souvenir-seekers.
Was founded by the Russians in 1831 and later in 1834
became known as Fort Dionisyus. Main industries are
fishing and lumbering.
BARTLETT COVE
On arrival at Bartlett Cove, guides will board the vessel
to point out interesting features of the 50-mile cruise
to Glacier Bay and return.
SKAGWAY
Half a century ago, 15,000 prospectors crowded into the
Klondike diggings. They gambled, danced and toted
gold dust. Today, the past is preserved for tourists.
Optional White Pass and Yukon Route Lake Bennett
Tour.
JUNEAU
Capital of the 49th State to join the union, really came
to life in 1880 when gold supplanted seals as pay-dirt.
Russian, Eskimo and Aleutian art treasures are housed
in the Territorial Museum. Optional American sightseeing or Gray Line Tour to Mendenhall Glacier.
PRINCE RUPERT
Pulp and forest products centre, great fishing port and
British Columbia's most northern city. Its floating fishing village is one of the many picturesque attractions.
Optional Gray Line Tour.
ALERT BAY
Is an island fishing and logging community of some
1,500 persons and centre for Indian culture located 212
miles north of Vancouver.
WHAT TO WEAR
HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS:
LADIES: During the day - sportswear such as "slims", a
cotton blouse, knitted pull-over and bulky knit or suede
jacket, also knitted suits or dresses and top coat.
Rubber-soled play shoes for deck wear and a good pair
of leather walking shoes for sight-seeing.
For dinner at night —dressed-up casual dress and a
cocktail dress of silk or cotton for the captain's dinner.
GENTLEMEN: During the day-slacks, sportsjacket or
sweater, wool sportshirts, and a dress shirt. Light-weight
sports shoes or sandals for deck wear and sightseeing.
A pair of dress shoes. Some type of head gear with sun-
visor.
For dinner at night - sportsjacket and slacks. A business
suit for the captain's dinner.
DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA:
Regarding Equipment: Depending on your own interest,
here are a few suggestions: Haze filter for coloured
daylight film-a K-2 filter for black and white; telephoto
and wide-angle lenses desirable but not essential; light
meter and tripods are helpful-for indoor shots bring
your flash equipment. All popular sizes of film, black
and white, coloured, and 8mm. movie, are available at
the newsstand aboard ship.
 There is no finer way to visit Alaska and the Yukon
than with the turbo-electric powered Princess
Patricia. The ship offers a fascinating change of pace
for the cruise passenger seeking an unusual holiday.
Princess Patricia is air-conditioned (except Boat
Deck staterooms), has 152 outside staterooms, a
solarium, a ballroom and a beauty parlour-even a
self-service laundry. Completely fitted for cruising,
Princess Patricia is 374 feet long and displaces 6,000
tons. She is equipped with every navigational aid
available and her crew is thoroughly familiar with
the coastal waters along her scenic route.
All these features, combined with a delightful
cuisine, make cruising to Alaska with Canadian
Pacific a unique and unforgettable experience.
CRUISE-T.E.V. "PRINCESS PATRICIA" PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION PLAN
- 204 206 207 209 211
- 400 401 402 403 404 405 418 420 421 422
423 425 — Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
(e) MAIN DECK
1        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
(f) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
BOAT DECK
MAIN DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK -
- 154 157 159 161 Upper, Lower,
- 334 336 338 339 341 343   Folding Lower Berth,
-409 411415 417 419 Shower and Toilet
- 217 — Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
-152155	
- 212 229
328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345 -
Upper, Lower, Folding Lower Berth, Shower & Toilet
- 208 210 215 - Upper, Lower, Double Wc
Bed, Shower and Toilet
- 216 219 - Two Folding Uppers, Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower and Toilet
-♦-Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms wil
Adult 	
Half-fare age child	
■ Additional charge for third and fourth passengers berthed in
rooms will be:      Each adult	
 Each half-fare age child	
BOAT DECK
RATES QUOTED ARE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
 CRUISES by T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA
DO IT THIS SUMMER.
Take a superlative 7V2-day cruise to the land of the
midnight sun. Trace the route of the Gold Rush (with
most of the excitement and none of the hardship). Cruise
to towns whose names are history • Ketchikan • Juneau
• Skagway • Wrangell
Places that fired the imaginations of Robert Service,
Jack London, and that rascal, Soapy Smith (he had an
incomparable   talent   for   removing   gold   dust   from
prospectors).
There's a lot of history in an Alaska cruise.
And a few surprises • The average Summer temperature
is 65° • The days are sunny • You sail amid mountains
that start white at the top and change to green as they
stretch 14,000 shimmering feet to the sea. While your
life aboard is a continuous round of pleasure-dancing, games, entertainment, exquisite food and carefree
comfort.
You see ancient Indian villages, sea lions, totem poles,
whales, glaciers, and flowers that grow three times
normal size (the constant sun does it). And other things
you haven't dreamed of • This is the summer to do it •
To cruise to Alaska.
BAGGAGE
Each adult ticket includes free carriage of 150 lbs. of
baggage, and each half ticket, 75 lbs. Baggage in
excess of these weights is carried between Vancouver
and Skagway at regular excess baggage rates. Staterooms cannot accommodate steamer trunks, but
you will find it more convenient to have trunks and
heavy baggage properly cared for in the ship's
baggage room.
Free Storage / At Vancouver, round-trip passengers'
baggage can be stored free for not more than 30 days,
after which regular charges are made. Automobiles
are not carried on "Princess Patricia".
CHECKED BAGGAGE
Northbound / Baggage will not be checked beyond
Skagway.
Baggage will be checked interport by the Purser and
Baggage Room (C.P.R. Station) Vancouver.
HAND BAGGAGE —DAY OF DEPARTURE
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.
CUSTOMS INSPECT/ON
IMMIGRATION ARRANGEMENTS
For passengers entering Alaska from Canada, U.S.
Immigration Inspection is held at Ketchikan. Bona-
fide 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.
The Purser will give you a card to present to the immigration inspector when he boards your "Princess"
at Ketchikan. 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.
ALASKA SERVICE-1970
T.E.V. "PRINCESS PATRICIA"
TIME
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPT.
Lv. Vancouver
2100
31
8-16-24
2-10-18-26
3-11-19-27
4
JUNE
Ar. Ketchikan
0900
2
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
6
Lv. Ketchikan
1530
2
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
6
Ar. Wrangell
2000
2
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
6
Lv. Wrangell
2230
2
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
6
Ar. Bartlett Cove*
1430
3
11-19-27
5-13-21-29
6-14-22-30
7
Lv. Bartlett Cove*
2330
3
11-19-27
5-13-21-29
6-14-22-30
/
Ar. Skagway
0815
4
12-20-28
6-14-22-30
7-15-23-31
8
Lv. Skagway
2330
4
12-20-28
6-14-22-30
7-15-23-31
8
SEPT.
Ar. Juneau
0830
5
13-21-29
7-15-23-31
8-16-24    1
9
Lv. Juneau
1400
5
13-21-29
7-15-23-31
8-16-24    1
9
Ar. Wrangell Narrows
1930
5
13-21-29
7-15-23-31
8-16-24    1
9
Ar. Prince Rupert
1400
6
14-22-30
AUG.
8-16-24    1
9-17-25    2
10
Lv. Prince Rupert
1730
6
14-22-30
8-16-24    1
9-17-25    2
10
JULY
Ar. Alert Bay
1400
7
15-23    1
9-17-25    2
10-18-26    3
11
Lv. Alert Bay
1700
7
15-23    1
9-17-25    2
10-18-26    3
11
Ar. Vancouver
0900
8
16-24    2
10-18-26    3
11-19-27    4
12
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SAFETY INFORMATION
THE T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA REGISTERED IN CANADA,
MEETS INTERNATIONAL SAFETY STANDARDS FOR NEW
SHIPS DEVELOPED IN 1960, AND MEETS THE 1966 FIRE SAFETY
REQUIREMENTS.
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MALAHAT MOUNTAIN DRIVE
BON VOYAGE DINNER
ALL MEALS ABOARD SHIP
FULL SCHEDULE OF SHIPBOARD ACTIVITIES
ALL TRANSFERS AND BAGGAGE HANDLING
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THE 12-DAY ITINERARIES AT A GLANCE
The itineraries for the 12-Day Alaska Summer Adventure vary only in sequence. All tours include exactly the
same features.
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WESTERN AIRLINE JET BETWEEN
LOS ANGELES AND VANCOUVER
*
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8 DAYS ABOARD THE T. E. V.
PRINCESS PATRICIA
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OVERNIGHT IN VANCOUVER AT
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TOUR #1 DEPARTING LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY, MAY 15
May 15, Saturday — Depart Los Angeles for non-stop Western
Airlines flight to Vancouver. Arrive in Vancouver and take
afternoon sightseeing tour, terminating at Canyon Gardens
Restaurant for Bon Voyage Dinner. Then, transfer to pier for
boarding the Princess Patricia for 8 p. m. sailing.
May 16, Sunday, through May 22, Saturday — Sailing on the
Princess Patricia to Alaska. See 8-day Cruise itinerary for Ports
of Call.
May 23, Sunday — Arrive in Vancouver at 8:30 a. m. Board the
Princess of Vancouver for two-hour voyage to Nanaimo. Motor-
coach to Victoria. Overnight at the lovely Empress Hotel.
May 24, Monday — Victoria sightseeing. Balance of the day
free. Overnight, Empress Hotel.
May 25, Tuesday — Mid-morning departure by ferry boat to
Vancouver. Overnight, Bayshore Inn.
May 26, Wednesday — Transfer to Vancouver Airport for flight
to Los Angeles and home.
TOUR #2,  DEPARTING  LOS ANGELES  SEPTEMBER   11
September 11, Saturday — Depart Los Angeles for jet flight to
Vancouver. Upon arrival in Vancouver, you will be transferred
to the Hotel Vancouver for overnight.
September 12, Sunday — Morning free. Afternoon Vancouver
sightseeing. Transfer to Canyon Gardens Restaurant for Bon
Voyage Dinner. Transfer to pier for 8 p. m. sailing of the Princess Patricia.
September 13, Monday, through September 19, Sunday — Sailing to Alaska aboard the Princess Patricia. Refer to 8-day
Cruise itinerary showing Ports of Call.
September 20, Monday — Arrival in Vancouver at 8:30 a. m.
Cruise to Nanaimo via Princess of Vancouver. Motorcoach to
Victoria. Overnight Empress Hotel.
September 21, Tuesday — Morning sightseeing of Victoria. Balance of the day free. Overnight, Empress Hotel.
September 22, Wednesday — Ferry boat ride to Vancouver.
Transfer to Vancouver Airport for the flight to Los Angeles.
TOUR # 3, DEPARTING LOS ANGELES SEPTEMBER 19
September 19, Sunday — Depart Los Angeles for jet flight to
■•■ ~"e transferred to the Bay-
September 20, Monday — Morning at leisure. In the afternoon,
Vancouver sightseeing and transfer to Canyon Gardens Restaurant for Bon Voyage Dinner. Transfer to pier for 8 p. m. sailing
of the Princess Patricia.
September 21, Tuesday through September 27, Monday — Sailing to Alaska aboard the Princess Patricia. Refer to 8-day
Cruise itinerary showing Ports of Call.
September 28, Tuesday — Arrival in Vancouver at 8:30 a. m.
Board the Princess of Vancouver for cruise to Nanaimo. Motor-
coach through Malahat Mountains to Victoria. Overnight Empress Hotel.
September 29, Wednesday — Sightseeing in the morning of
lovely Victoria. Overnight Empress Hotel.
September 30, Tuesday — Ride to Vancouver by ferry boat,
then transfer to Vancouver Airport for the Western Airlines
flight back to Los Angeles.
8-DAY CRUISE ITINERARY
PORT OF CALL TIME MAY    SEPT.    SEPT.
Lv. Ketchikan
Ar. Wrangell
Lv. Wrangell
1:00 p.
6:30 p.
8:45 p.
Off Bartlett Cove
Cruise 50 miles to Glacie
Bay, Tarr-Hopkins
'nletsand return
Off Bartlett Cove
10:00 p. m.
Ar. Skagway
Lv. Skagway
8:15 a.m.
11:30 p. m.
19
16
24
Ar. Juneau
Lv. Juneau
Cruise into Tracy Arm
from 3 to 7 p. m.
Ar. Wrangell Narrows
8:00 a. m.
12:30 p. m.
7:30 p. m.
20
17
25
Ar. Prince Rupert
Lv. Prince Rupert
2:00 p. m.
4:45 p. m.
21
18
26
Ar. Alert Bay
Lv. Alert Bay
2:00 p. m.
5:00 p. m.
22
19
27
Ar. Vancouver
8:30 a.m.
23
20
28
 Alaska Summer Adventure
8-DAY SEA CRUISE SHIPBOARD ITINERARY
FIRST DAY, VANCOUVER DEPARTURES — The Princess Patricia sails from Vancouver at 8 p. m. You glide slowly out of
Vancouver Harbor on the first lap of this unique cruise. Soon
you pass Point Atkinson Lighthouse. Around you are chunky
boats of salmon fishermen, and plodding tugs with tows of
spruce, fir and cedar rafts.
SECOND DAY, QUEEN CHARLOTTE SOUND—While you cruise
the sheltered Inside Passage, you will never be out of sight of
land on either side of the ship. In Queen Charlotte Sound,
open water will be sighted for the first time and now your
Princess will propel you toward a more primitive world.
THIRD DAY, KETCHIKAN/WRANGELL — Your first port of call
is the first U. S. city on the cruise — Ketchikan. You are now
in Alaska! Ketchikan is noted for its huge fish canneries and
on the more artistic side, its many fine totem poles. Curio
shops will surely entrance the souvenir seekers. In the early
evening, the ship calls at Wrangell, where you are met dock-
side by an old fashioned brass band!
FOURTH DAY, BARTLETT COVE — You sail by towering mountains through ice-blue water, reminding one of the Norwegian
fjords. Early afternoon we arrive at Bartlett Cove, where special guides board the vessel to point out the interesting features of the 50-mile cruise to magnificent Glacier Bay. Upon
return to Bartlett Cove, there will be time to go ashore and
visit the Lodge.
FIFTH DAY, SKAGWAY — Following breakfast, you will have
a full day ashore in Skagway. Some 15,000 seekers of gold and
fortune came here in '98 to be outfitted for the rigorous tests
and treks to the golden ground of the Yukon and the Klondike. You may wish to visit the grave of "Soapy Smith", the
famed badman of the gold rush days. Or you can take the op
tional tour to the "Trail of '98" along the famous White Pass,
and then the Yukon Railroad to Lake Bennet and Carcross
via 2,900-feet-high mountain passes. Upon your return and
after dinner, the citizens of Skagway will re-enact history
with their exciting presentation of the "Shooting of Dan Mc-
Grew".
SIXTH DAY, JUNEAU/MENDENHALL GLACIER/TRACY ARM—
You will be awestruck at the beauty that abounds as the Princess Patricia steams toward Juneau. In Juneau, an optional
tour will be available to the Auke Lake and the famed Mendenhall Glacier, a tower of beauty — 12 miles long, 2 miles
wide, with ice nearly 3,000 feet thick. Leaving Juneau, you will
next have a four-hour cruise into Tracy Arm, where you will
see probably the most spectacular glaciers and scenery of the
cruise.
SEVENTH DAY, PRINCE RUPERT — This morning you'll want
want to be on deck to take in the beauty of the Inside Passage. Early this afternoon you dock at Prince Rupert, a reminder of life as it was lived during the gold rush days-
boardwalks and vintage ships. Yet Prince Rupert boasts the
world's largest cold storage plant to process the great catches
of salmon and halibut.
EIGHTH DAY, ALERT BAY/CAPTAIN'S DINNER — This will
be your last full day aboard ship . . . and the scenery will
be most memorable as you view towering mountains covered
with lush green forests, ribboned by waterfalls and rushing
waterways. This afternoon you arrive at Alert Bay, an island
fishing and logging community of some 1,500 persons and
center for Indian culture, located 212 miles north of Vancouver. This evening all shipboard activity will -be centered
around the gala and festive captain's dinner.
12-DAY AIR* LAND* SEA CRUISE
IT-BAC-315
Although the day-by-day itinerary of the 12-day tour varies depending upon departure date, all tours include
the same features only the sequence is different.
LOS ANGELES/VANCOUVER — There's "Gold Rush" excitement in the air this morning as you check in at Los Angeles
International Airport for your Western Airlines Flight for Vancouver, British Columbia. You will be introduced to your escort, who will be with you during the entire tour and who will
handle all details of your trip. During the three-hour flight to
Vancouver you will look down on some of Nature's most beautiful sights — Mount Shasta, Feather River, Mount Lassen and
Crater Lake. You will arrive in Vancouver at midday. Your luggage will automatically be delivered to your local hotel room
throughout the tour. No worries about claiming and checking!
VANCOUVER — Vancouver is the capital and largest city in
British Columbia, a cosmopolitan, busy and interesting metropolis. You will spend one night at the Hotel Vancouver
(Tour # 2) or the Bayshore Inn (Tours #1 and #3). Your escort
will be on hand to make suggestions for shopping and dining.
VANCOUVER SIGHTSEEING — What better way to become
acquainted with Vancouver than with the Grand Tour! You'll
see all the highlights: The Lions Gate Suspension Bridge, the
rugged beauty of Capilano Canyon, the residential area of
Shaughnessy Heights with its formal English gardens and
homes, and the Queen Elizabeth Arboretum.
THE BON VOYAGE PARTY — Before setting sail on the Princess Patricia for the 8-Day Inside Passage Cruise, you will be
a guest at a gala Bon Voyage Party at the Canyon Gardens
Restaurant on Vancouver's North Shore. The air is festive and
surprise celebrities will travel to Vancouver just to wish you
Happy Cruising. It's the perfect send off for a wonderful ad-
8-DAY SEA CRUISE ONLY DEPARTS
VANCOUVER MAY 15, SEPTEMBER 12,
SEPTEMBER 20, 1971
12-DAY AIR * LAND * SEA CRUISE DEPARTS
LOS ANGELES  MAY 15, SEPTEMBER 11,
SEPTEMBER 19,1971
venture.
VICTORIA — Victoria is situated on an island, so access from
Vancouver is by water. The 12-Day Tour takes you on two different types of vessels and by two different routes for the
round trip: One way you'll sail on the PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER from Vancouver to Nanaimo, a thrilling cruise affording
beautiful views of this scenically rich country. The second trip
between Vancouver and Victoria is by the Royal Victorian passenger ferry, with new vistas to enjoy. You'll spend two nights
in Victoria at the famous and elegant Empress Hotel. Victoria
is like a page out of Old England — very charming and lovely.
NANAIMO-MALAHAT MOUNTAIN DRIVE - You sail on the
modern PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER to fabled Vancouver Island and historic Nanaimo, home of the Bastian, a Hudson
Bay Co. fort of the 1800's which protected the community from
marauding Indians. From Nanaimo, your motor coach takes
you through the famous Malahat Mountains with majestic
scenery en route to Victoria.
VICTORIA SIGHTSEEING — Your all-inclusive tour of Victoria
and the Saanich Peninsula will be a high spot of your trip, and
no wonder! You'll visit City Center, Beacon Hill Park, the Royal Victoria Yacht Club, Beach Drive with its sea vistas of the
Olympic Mountains, and across the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Then you continue to world renowned Butchart's Gardens,
where you will see 16 acres of meticulously-attended fragrance
and beauty — including the Japanese and Italian Gardens,
the   English   Rose  Garden   and  the   Sunken Garden.
Alaska Summer Adventure Cruise
T.E.V. "PRINCESS PATRICIA" PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION PLAN
8-DAY SEA CRUISE DEPARTS VANCOUVER MAY 15, SEPT. 12, AND SEPT. 20, 1971-RETURNS MAY 23, SEPT. 20, AND SEPT. 28, 1971
12-DAY AIR* LAND* SEA CRUISE  DEPARTS      LOS   ANGELES      MAY 15,   SEPT. 11,   SEPT. 19,   1971-RETURNS   MAY   26,   SEPT.   22   AND   SEPT.   30,   1971
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CRUISE BY T.E.V. PRINCESS PATRICIA
8-DAY SEA CRUISE DEPARTS VANCOUVER MAY 15, SEPTEMBER 12, SEPTEMBER 20, 1971
12-DAY AIR * LAND
SEA CRUISE DEPARTS LOS ANGELES MAY 15, SEPTEMBER 11,
SEPTEMBER 19, 1971
Come with us to Alaska!
DO IT THIS SUMMER.
Take a superlative y^-day cruise to the land of the
midnight sun. Trace the route of the Gold Rush (with
most of the excitement and none of the hardship). Cruise
to towns whose names are history • Ketchikan • Juneau
• Skagway • Wrangell
Places that fired the imaginations of Robert Service,
Jack London, and that rascal, Soapy Smith (he had an
incomparable   talent   for   removing   gold   dust   from
prospectors).
There's a lot of history in an Alaska cruise.
And a few surprises • The average Summer temperature
is 65° • The days are sunny • You sail amid mountains
that start white at the top and change to green as they
stretch 14,000 shimmering feet to the sea. While your
life aboard is a continuous round of pleasure-dancing, games, entertainment, exquisite food and carefree
comfort.
You see ancient Indian villages, sea lions, totem poles,
whales, glaciers, and flowers that grow three times
normal size (the constant sun does it). And other things
you haven't dreamed of • This is the summer to do it •
To cruise to Alaska.
CUSTOMS INSPECTION
Northbound  •  United States Customs Inspection is made at
Ketchikan, Alaska.
Southbound  •  Canada Customs Inspection is made at Van-
IMMIGRATION ARRANGEMENTS
For passengers entering Alaska from Canada, U. S. immigration inspection is held at Ketchikan. Bona fide tourists do
not find it strict. To simplify and speed the work of the inspectors, your "Princess" Purser makes up the required Manifest from information obtained from you as to age, residence,
business, etc.
The Purser will give you a card to present to the Immigration
inspector when he boards your "Princess" at Ketchikan. As
soon as the inspector checks with the Manifest, you may go
ashore. A similar inspection is carried out by Canadian immigration officials at Kitimat on the southbound voyage. Both
inspections are simple formalities for tourists.
WHAT TO WEAR
Ladies: During the day, sportswear such as "slims", cotton
blouse, knitted pullover, also knitted suits or dresses and top
coat. Rubber-soled shoes for deck wear and a good pair of
walking shoes for sightseeing. For dinner, dressed-up casual
dress and a cocktail dress for the captain's dinner.
Gentlemen: During the day — slacks, sports jacket or sweater,
wool sportshirts and a dress shirt. Some type of head gear
with sun visor. For dinner at night — sports jacket and slacks.
A suit for the captain's dinner.
RESERVATIONS
To insure obtaining the desired accommodations, early reservations are recommended. A deposit of $100.00 per person
is necessary to secure reservations. Balance js due 45 days
prior to departure date. All staterooms are subject to availability. We reserve the right to substitute hotels of equal merit to those shown in brochure when necessary.
CANCELLATIONS
In the event of cancellation, received in writing, 30 days prior
to the departure date, all monies will be refunded in full. For
cancellations received less than 30 days prior to departure,
the company reserves the right to make a cancellation charge
not to exceed $100.00 per person unless another passenger can
be obtained to take the place of the cancelling passenger.
No refunds will be made for unused hotel, sightseeing, ship,
airline or other services included in the itinerary.
NOT INCLUDED
The tour price does not include the handling of hand luggage,
expenditures of a  personal   nature, gratuities aboard  ship,
beverages, laundry or optional tours.
All prices quoted are based on two persons sharing ship and/
or hotel accommodations throughout.
The services of any I. A. T. A. or A. T. C. airline may be used
in connection with this tour.
■;■;:?>    y- . RESPONSIBIUTJi^j
Beltz Travel Service, Inc., its employees and/or suppliers of
services pursuant to or in connection with this itinerary shall
not be responsible for any injury, damage, death, or loss or
delay incurred by any person by reason of any delay of any
means of transportation, by reason of any event, including
failure of suppliers to perform, or due to force majeure (Act
of God). The right is reserved to decline, to accept, or retain
any person as a member of the tour or to cancel the tour if
circumstances so demand. All schedules of this trip are subject to changes without notice. Also, the airlines, ship and
other transportation companies concerned are not to be held
responsible for any act, omission or event, during the time
passengers are not on board their planes, ship or other conveyances. The passage contract in use by the carriers concerned, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the airlines, ship company, or other carriers and the
purchaser of these tours and/or passenger. The right is reserved to substitute named hotels for other hotels. To cancel,
change or modify services included in this itinerary, notice
must be given and agreed to in writing by person or persons
making such request. All rates are based on tariffs and exchange rates as of January 1, 1971, and are subject to adjustment without notice in case of changes therein. The payment
of the deposit or any partial or full payment for a reservation
tour shall constitute consent to all the above stipulations.
SPECIAL TRAVEL AND SIGHTSEEING PACKAGE
only $175 from Los Angeles
Substantial savings plus extra features are available to passengers taking the 8-day Cruise through this special Travel
and Sightseeing Package. For the one low price not only do
you receive air transportation to and from Vancouver, but
you'll be able to enjoy sightseeing and the gala Bon Voyage
Dinner plus transfer upon arrival and departure. It costs less
than making independent arrangements!
INCLUDED  IN THE TRAVEL AND SIGHTSEEING  PACKAGE:
* Round Trip Jet Air from Los Angeles to Vancouver
* Transfer from Airport upon Arrival in Vancouver
* Sightseeing Tour of Vancouver
* Bon Voyage Dinner in Vancouver (Includes Transfers)
* Transfer to the Pier for Boarding the Princess Patricia
* Transfer from Pier to Vancouver Airport upon
Conclusion of Cruise
SAMPLE ROUND TRIP AIR FARES
Air fare from Los Angeles to Vancouver and return is included
in the price of the 12-day Tour. Those taking the 8-day cruise
only who have not elected to take the Special Travel and
Sightseeing Package (see above) should add the following air
fares to determine the total cost of the trip.
LOS ANGELES/VANCOUVER  $153.36 per person, inc. tax
See Your Travel Agent
GULLIVER'S TRAVEL AGENCY, IN&
6916 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
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flowers you ever saw, blooming three
times their ordinary size. It's a country
of summer (average temperature
65 ° F!) days that never, never seem to
end. It's the Land of the Midnight Sun.
It's the most delightfully unusual
holiday.
Alaska. It's waiting, up there on the
roof of the world, for you to come
and see it in all its glory as you
sail smoothly, serenely, aboard
the Canadian Pacific turbo-electric
"Princess Patricia."
Step aboard in Vancouver. Here, you
find you're already among friends —
congenial fellow-passengers and a
Canadian Pacific crew who take pride
and pleasure in making sure that you'll
enjoy the holiday of a lifetime. It's
begun already, you'll agree, as the
azure blue Pacific and the snow-capped mountains set off the gracious
lines of your "Princess"!
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JUNE 24
JULY 2-10-18-26
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Berth                     For 1,1%
Rate                      or 2 in Room
Berth
Rate
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Berth
Rate
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(al) MAIN DECK
-101
305.00               610.00
290.00
580.00
275.00
550.00
(a) PROMENADF DFCK
-300 301302                               / 312 314
315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324
325 326 327 329 - Upper and Lower
315.00               630.00
300.00
600.00
285.00
570.00
(b) MAIN DECK FWD.
PROMENADE DECK
— 100 102 —Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
-308 309 310 311-Upper, Lower and Toilet
360.00               720.00
343.00
686.00
325.00
650.00
m^3
(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
378.00               756.00
360.00
720.00
342.00
684.00
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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 and Toilet
396.00               792.00
377.00
754.00
358.00
716.00
- 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
415.00               830.00
395.00
790.00
375.00
750.00
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
UPPER DECK
BOAT DECK
-214
-406 407 408 410 412 414-Upper, Lower
Folding Lower Berth, Shower & Toilet
415.00               830.00 +
395.00
790.00 +
375.00
750.00 +
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(f) MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
BOAT DECK
-160
— 200 202 —Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
- 424 429
442.00               884.00
421.00
842.00
399.00
798.00
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MAIN DECK
PROMENADE DECK
BOAT DECK
- 154 157 159 161                 Upper, Lower,
- 334 336 338 339 341 343     Folding Lower Berth,
- 409 411 415 417 419          Shower and Toilet
442.00               884.00 +
421.00
842.00 +
399.00
798.00 +
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(g) UPPER DECK
— 217 — Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
-                 940.00
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894.00
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848.00
MAIN DECK
UPPER DECK
PROMENADE DECK
- 152 155
- 212 229
- 328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345 -
Upper, Lower                            . Shower & Toilet
-                 940.00 +
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848.00 +
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Lowers, Shower and Toilet
-                 940.00"
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894.00"
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(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
-                  1070.00"
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1018.00"
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965.00"
(i) UPPER DECK
- 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227 -
Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
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Rates quoted are in Canadian
 Alaska Schedule — Summer — 1971 "Princess Patricia"
Local Times Shown
Ports of Call
May
June
July
August
Sept.
Lv. Vancouver
2000
31
8-16-24
2-10-18-26
3-11-19-27
4
Ar. Ketchikan
Lv. Ketchikan
0800
1300
June
2
10-18-26
10-18-26
•     4-12-20-28
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
5-13-21-29
6
6
Ar. Wrangell
Lv. Wrangell
1830
2045
2
10-18-26
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
5-13-21-29
6
6
Off Bartlett Cove
Cruise 50 miles to
Glacier Bay, Tarr-Hopkins
and return
Off Bartlett Cove
1300
Inlets
2200
3
11-19-27
11-19-27
5-13-21-29
5-13-21-29
6-14-22-30
6-14-22-30
7
7
Ar. Skagway
Lv. Skagway
0815
2330
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
8
Ar. Juneau
Lv. Juneau
Cruise into Tracy Arm
from 1500 to 1900 hours
0800
1230
5
13-21-29
13-21-29
7-15-23-31
7-15-23-31
Sept.
8-16-24     1
8-16-24     1
9
9
Via Wrangell Narrows
13-21-29
7-15-23-31
8-16-24     1
9
Ar. Prince Rupert
Lv. Prince Rupert
1400
1645
6
14-22-30
14-22-30
Aug.
8-16-24     1
8-16-24     1
9-17-25     2
9-17-25     2
10
10
Ar. Alert Bay
Lv. Alert Bay
1400
1700
7
July
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15-23     1
9-17-25     2
9-17-25     2
10-18-26     3
10-18-26     3
11
11
Ar. Vancouver
0830
8
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10-18-26     3
11-19-27     4
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The times (Local) and dates of arrival and departure
from various ports will be followed as closely as
possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions
and to change without notice.
The "Princess Patricia" departs and arrives at
North End Pier B-C, foot of Burrard St.
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southern bedtimes. You'll like Alaska — and you'll fall in love with
the gracious lady of the seas, the "Princess Patricia."
Welcome aboard.
CAROILLO TRAVEL AGENCIES   INCL
461 SOUTH BOYLSTON STREET '
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 9001?
Alaska
Inside Passage Cruises Summer 1975
T.E.V. Princess Patricia
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cruise to
Alaska
An Adventure Aboard the
"Princess Patricia"
Alaska. It's a dazzle of white-peaked
mountains that slope down to blue
sun-warmed seas. It's the biggest flowers
you ever saw, blooming three times their
ordinary size. It's a country of summer
(average temperature 65 F!) days that
never, never seem to end. It's the Land of
the Midnight Sun. It's the most delightfully
unusual holiday.
Alaska. It's waiting, up there on the roof of
the world, for you to come and see it in all
its glory as you sail smoothly, serenely,
aboard the Canadian Pacific turbo-electric
"Princess Patricia."
Step aboard in Vancouver. Here, you find
you're already among friends — congenial
fellow-passengers and a Canadian Pacific
crew who take pride and pleasure in
making sure that you'll enjoy the holiday
of a lifetime. It's begun already, you'll
agree, as the azure blue Pacific and the
snow-capped mountains set off the
gracious lines of your "Princess"!
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 Alaska
Discover
a Whole New
World of Travel
Pleasure
Your Canadian Pacific crew will introduce you
to all the joys of shipboard living aboard the
"Princess Pat". You'll get your first, delicious
taste of Canadian Pacific cuisine . . . join in all
the fun of deckboard games . . . enjoy all the
wonderful entertainment on offer. . . dine and
dance away the long, long sunlit hours of
evening.
Your first port of call in Alaska (the Aleut name
means "Great Land") is Ketchikan. Here you'll
catch your first glimpse — together with many
a welcoming smile — of the Aleut, Eskimo and
Indian peoples. Nearby are ancient and
magnificent Indian totem poles and houses.
Visit the new museum.
Further up the coast you come to Wrangell,
founded by the Russians in 1831. The United
States purchased Alaska from the Russians 36
years later — the going price was 2c an acre!
There are sights here a-plenty to keep your
camera busy and you'll want to bargain on
the wharf for garnet stones.
You sail on between the looming walls of fjords
and the shores of a thousand islands, looking
out to sea for whales and landwards for bears,
mountain goats, deer, moose and caribou,
that together with mink and beaver, lynx and
muskrat, and dozens of different species of
birds, make up the wildlife of this fascinating
region.
At Bartlett Cove local guides come aboard for
your special 50-mile cruise around Glacier Bay.
They'll explain all the sights of the awesome,
towering glaciers and the ice-clad 15,320' peak
of Mount Fairweather.
Skagway! You're on the Trail of '98, at the
jumping-off place for the miners, crooks,
gamblers and gals of the Klondike Gold Rush!
See the old buildings, the gambling saloons,
savour the atmosphere of "gold fever."
Visit the grave of Soapy Smith, whose gang
terrorized the town. Close by lies Frank Reid,
who shot him down with a six-gun and then
died from Soapy's bullet. (Optional White Pass
and Yukon Route Lake Bennett Tour.)
On to Juneau, beautiful capital of the 49th
State, full of excellent shops and the home
of the Museum, a treasure-house of Russian,
Eskimo and Aleutian art. (Optional side trip
to the huge river of ice that is Mendenhall
Glacier.)
Cruising four hours into Tracy Arm where
you will enjoy probably the most spectacular
glaciers and scenery of the cruise.
South to Prince Rupert and Canada once
again — among the picturesque attractions
is its floating fishing village. (Optional tour).
Now on to Alert Bay at the northern end of
Vancouver Island, fishing port and logging
town and a centre of Indian culture. And so
back once more to Vancouver. . . from where,
71/2 days ago, you left as a "cheechako"
tenderfoot to return as a "sourdough" old-timer.
 Alaska
Sail to the Northern
Wonderland in Comfort
"Princess" Style!
Take your pick of travel plea
 Alaska
Sail to the Northern
Wonderland in Comfort
"Princess" Style!
Take your pick of travel pleasure.
1975 Summer season
Round trip cruise fares to suit every pocket and purse
ROUND TRIP ALASKA SUMMER CRUISE FARES - 1975 SEASON - SAILINGS FROM VANCOUVER
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
JUNE 16-24
JULY 2-10-18-26
AUGUST 3-11-19
27
MAY 31
JUNE 8
SEPTEMBER 4
Registered in Canada
Berth
ForMVior
Berth
Mm"
(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
$500.00
$1,000.00
$475.00
$950.00
(b) MAIN DECK FWD       - 100 102 - Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
PROMENADE DECK    - 308 309 310 311-Upper, Lower and Toilet
$569.00
$1,138.00
$540.00
$1,080.00
(c) MAIN DECK              -104106108110 112114116118 120 122
124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142
-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$597.00
$1,194.00
$567.00
$1,134.00
(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
$624.00
$1,248.00
$593.00
$1,186.00
(e) MAIN DECK              - 144 146 147 148 149 150 151 153 156 158
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-Up1                              nd Toilet
$654.00
$1,308.00
$621.00
$1,242.00
UPPER DECK              -214
BOAT DECK               - 406 407 408 410 412 414-Upper, Lower,
Folding Lower Berth, Shower and Toilet
$654.00
$1,308.00 +
$621.00
$1,242.00+
(f) MAIN DECK               -160
UPPER DECK             - 200 202-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
BOAT DECK               - 424 429
$693.00
$1,386.00
$658.00
$1,316.00
ECK               -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
$693.00
$1,386.00+
$658.00
$1,316.00+
(g) UPPER DECK             - 217-Upper, Lower, Shower and Toilet
$1,474.00
$1,400.00
MAIN DECK               -152155
UPPER DECK             -212 229
PROMENADE DECK    - 328 330 332 333 335 337 340 345-
$1,474.00 +
$1,400.00+
BOAT DECK               -                                           i Convertible
Lowers, Shower and Toilet
$1.474.00B
$1,400,001
(h) UPPER DECK             - 208 210 215—Upper, Lower, Double Wall
Bed, Shower ana Toilet
216 219-Two Folding Uppers, Two
Convertible Lowers, Shower and Toilet
$1,670.00B
S1.586.COM
(i) UPPER DECK             - 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 227-
Twin Beds, Tub Bath, Shower and Toilet
$1,945.00
$1,848.00
+ Additional charge for third person berthed in these rooms will be:
$500.00
$250.00
$475.00
$237.50
■ Additional charge for third and fourth passenger berthed in these rooms
will be:
$500.00
$250.00
$475.00
$237.50
NOTE: Two-berth ro
single upper berths, c
•Children's fares: Fi..
Two years of age and un
If occupying separate bar
 Alaska
so easy to visit by
"Princess Patricia"
Choose your sailing time
now...
The summer thing to do . . . cruise Alaska! It's so easy —
and so much fun aboard the "Princess Patricia". Watch
a 14,000-foot mountain slip serenely by, then chat with
new-found friends . . . play shuffleboard ... bet on the
"horses", seagoing fashion ... sip an aperitif in the Haidaway
Room cocktail lounge . . . visit the beauty parlour. . . bask in
the solarium.
Take a stroll around the deck; the "Princess Patricia" is 374
feet long from stem to stern. She grosses a regal 6,000 tons
and is manned by a highly experienced crew who know every
inch of the coastal route that you'll be following — and at their
disposal is the very latest in navigational equipment. Welcome
aboard the air-conditioned "Princess Patricia" (except boat
deck) — specially fitted to be the cruise ship of your dreams.
T.E.V. "Princess Patricia
" — 1975 Alaska Service -
- Local Times Shown
Ports of Call
May
June
July
August
Sept.
Lv. Vancouver
2030
31
8-16-24
2-10-18-26
3-11-19-27
4
Ar. Ketchikan
Lv. Ketchikan
0830
1300
June
2
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
6
Ar. Wrangell
Lv. Wrangell
1830
2045
2
10-18-26
4-12-20-28
5-13-21-29
6
Off Bartlett Cove
50-mile cruise to Glacier Bay,
Tarr and Hopkins Inlets and return
Off Bartlett Cove
1300
2200
3
11-19-27
5-13-21-29
6-14-22-30
7
Ar. Skagway
Lv. Skagway
0815
2300
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
8
Ar. Juneau
Lv. Juneau
Enter Tracy Arm
Cruise 1500
0830
1230
-1900
5
13-21-29
7-15-23-31
Sept.
8-16-24      1
9
Via Wrangell Narrows
5
13-21-29
7-15-23-31
8-16-24      1
9
Ar. Prince Rupert
Lv. Prince Rupert
1300
1645
6
14-22-30
Aug.
8-16-24      1
9-17-25     2
10
Ar. Alert Bay
Lv. Alert Bay
1400
1700
7
July
15-23      1
9-17-25     2
10-18-26     3
11
Ar. Vancouver
0900
8
16-24     2
10-18-26     3
11-19-27     4
12
The times (local) and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are
subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
The "Princess Patricia" departs and arrives at North End Pier B-C, foot of Burrard St.
  Book now for your "Princess
Patricia" Cruise to Wonderful Alaska!
A Few Hints on What to Wear
Ladies: Daytime — sportswear, such as pant suit
or slacks with a cotton shirt. Knitted pullover, bulky
knit or suede jacket. You'll need rubber-soled play
shoes for the deck and leather walking shoes for
sightseeing. And a hat, with sun-visor. Nighttime —
a cotton dress is perfectly suitable. For the
captain's dinner, wear a cocktail dress.
Gentlemen: Daytime — slacks, sports jacket
or sweater. Wool sportshirts and a dress shirt.
Lightweight sports shoes or sandals (for deck wear
and sightseeing). Pair of dress shoes. Cap with
sunvisor. Nighttime — sports jacket and slacks.
Bring a business suit to wear at the captain's
dinner.
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 marvellous
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 popluar
sizes of film — coloured and black-and-white, for
still and 8mm. movie cameras — at the gift shop
aboard the "Princess Patricia".
General Information
Baggage
Each adult ticket entitles you to free carriage of
150 lbs of baggage; each half ticket, 75 lbs.
Baggage above these weights is carried between
Vancouver and Skagway at regular excess baggage
rates. Staterooms cannot accommodate steamer
trunks. However, you will find it most convenient
to have your trunks and heavy baggage properly
cared for in the ship's Baggage Room.
Electric Current
110V-AC
No facilities available for handling pets aboard
the T.E.V. Princess Patricia
Automobiles
Automobiles are not carried aboard the T.E.V.
Princess Patricia
Free Storage At Vancouver, round-trip passengers'
baggage can be stored free for a period of not more
than 30 days, after which regular charges are made.
Checked Baggage Northbound baggage will not
be checked beyond Skagway and southbound
baggage will not be checked beyond Vancouver.
Baggage will be checked interport by the Purser
and Baggage Room (CP Rail Station) Vancouver.
Hand Baggage — Day of Departure Hand baggage
may be delivered during the day of departure from
Vancouver, to Pier "C" Waiting Room — tagged
with your name and room number, to be placed
in your Stateroom.
Customs Inspection
Northbound United States Customs inspection is
made at Ketchikan, Alaska. Southbound Canada
Customs inspection is made at Vancouver, B.C.
Immigration Arrangements
For passengers entering Alaska from Canada, U.S.
Immigration Inspection is held at Ketchikan. To simplify and speed formalities, your "Princess" Purser
makes up the required Manifest from information as
to age, residence, business, etc., received from you.
The Purser will give you a card to present to
the Immigration Inspector when he boards your
"Princess" at Ketchikan. 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.)
See your Travel Agent. He'll make all arrangements
— and help you with any queries.
T.E.V. Princess Patricia — Registered in Canada
Bcp
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