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MAP
of the
BRITISH COLUMBIA
COAST
STEAMSHIP
SERVICES
PRINCESS MARGUERITE • PRINCESS PATRICIA
PRINCESS KATHLEEN • PRINCESS ELIZABETH •
PRINCESS JOAN • PRINCESS ELAINE •
PRINCESS OF NANAIMO • PRINCESS MARY •
PRINCESS LOUISE • PRINCESS NORAH •
PRINCESS MAQUINNA •
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Princess Marguerite at Nanaimo
NEWCASTLE ISLAND—Every summer
day, five and a half hours delightful
cruising, six hours ashore on a real
pleasure island. Near Nanaimo, Newcastle Island has recreation grounds,
sports and picnic areas, swimming
beaches, wading pool for children,
picnic tables, spacious pavilion for
dancing and refreshments.
THE GULF ISLANDS—all-day cruises
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
through scenic channels to many ports.
Westview — Comox — two nights and
a day of cruising between islands, the
west coast of the mainland and northeastern Vancouver Island ports.
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British Columbia Coast Steamships
Black and white hulls, buff funnels with smart
black caps, wide observation windows, broad
decks, spacious and friendly public rooms, comfortable staterooms, dining-room and sandwich
bar services, and plenty of space aboard for cars
— these characterize the trim, speedy "Princesses" of the Canadian Pacific British Columbia
Coast Fleet.
Schedules — day and night, weekdays and sun-
days — are planned for business and pleasure?
arranged to coincide with railway timetables on
the. mainland and Vancouver Island. Many pleasant holidays of varying length can be planned:
from day excursions to Newcastle Island, Victoria
or Nanaimo, the Gulf Islands, two-day explorations of the northern reaches on the Westview-
Comox service? 5J/2 days coastwise cruising the
West Coast of Vancouver Island? 8'/2 and 9'/2
day cruises to Alaska.
Ideal for week-ends, Vancouver Island offers the
attractions of Victoria — the garden-girded home
of the Empress Hotel, Shawinigan, Cowichan,
Duncan, Ladysmith, Qualicum Beach, Courtenay,
Comox and other beauty-spots reached through
Victoria or Nanaimo. Rates are quoted for round-
trip excursions or Circuit Tours.
Princess liner routes '-   -   -
EsquimaH and Nanaimo Railway 	
Zape Flattery
Izette Lake
Lake Cresent
 VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
For pleasure or business the daily
Triangle Service between Vancouver,
Victoria and Seattle is popular with
travellers and vacationists. Princess
Marguerite, Princess Patricia, Princess
Elizabeth and Princess Joan, in day and
night service are at your service.
Canadian Pacific
B.C. Coast Services
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
SEATTLE
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
THE GULF ISLANDS
NEWCASTLE ISLAND
WEST COAST OF VANCOUVER ISLAND
VANCOUVER - WESTVIEW - COMOX
ALASKA CRUISES
For more facts, reservations or tickets—your own
asent   or   the   nearest   Canadian   Pacific  Office
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Vancouver
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CANADIAN
'•PACIFIC
Vancouver   -   Nanaimo
Vancouver - Victoria
Vancouver - Victoria - Seattle
Vancouver - Powell River - Comox
Gulf Islands
West Coast Vancouver Island
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 Summer Vacation Trips
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CANADIAN  PACIFIC
Alaska Cruises
Victoria and Vancouver to Skagway, calling at
Prince Rupert, Ketchikan, Wrangell, Taku Glacier
and Juneau. A delightful nine day trip.
Minimum Fare $90.00
Sailings twice weekly during June, July and August.
West Coast of Vancouver Island
Cruises
An ideal vacation trip through the many beautiful
inlets and narrow sheltered channels of the "West
Coast. Six and a half days of pleasure, with sailings
every five or six days from Victoria during the
summer season.
Fare $42.50
Northern B.C. Coast Cruises
Via the "Inside Passage" all the way with calls at
many interesting ports. A restful vacation trip of
about £.ve days.
Fare $42.50
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Week-end Suggestions
A delightful week-end may be enjoyed at
one of the many beauty spots on Vancouver
Island, including Shawnigan, Cowichan,
Duncan, Ladysmith, Nanaimo, Parksville,
Qualicum, Port Alberni, Courtenay, Comox
and many other points which can be reached
either via Victoria or via Nanaimo. Excursion Round Trip or Circuit Tour Rates
will be gladly furnished by any Canadian
Pacific Ticket Agent.
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 One Day Trip
Suggestions
Many opportunities are offered for one
day water trips by Canadian Pacific
steamships   at   very   moderate   rates.
The Gulf Islands
A cruise through these beautiful islands in the Gulf
of Georgia, including Galiano, Mayne, Pender, Salt
Spring and many others, will be found most enjoyable. The round trip from Vancouver can be made
in one day, and meals can be obtained on board.
Jervis Inlet
Situated about fifty miles north of Vancouver, this
large "fiord" is forty-five miles long, and completely
surrounded by high mountains. A trip through the
narrow, winding channels of this beautiful inlet is
one which will be long remembered.
Dates of these delightful cruises will be
announced at least one week
in advance.
Spend a Day at
Newcastle Island
The new Canadian Pacific Resort, near
Nanaimo, a most delightful spot for all
who enjoy bathing, boating and picnicing.
A splendid recreation ground is available
for games, also a dance and refreshment
pavilion, and for young children, swings,
slides and a concrete wading pool.
Resort opens in latter part of June and a
daily steamship service from Vancouver
makes this one of the most attractive resorts
on the coast.
Enquire at any Canadian Pacific Ticket
Office.
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