Going Abroad via Cunard and Anchor Lines - 1923
Front Cover, Going Abroad via Cunard and Anchor Lines, 1923, Brochure No. A&P 20154-23. GGA Image ID # 171f7e7481
Excellent brochure from 1923 provides numerous photographs, the majority interior views of the many steamships in the fleets of the Cunard and Anchor Lines. Ships covered include Albania, Aquitania, Assyria, Berengaria, Cameronia, Carmania, Caronia, Columbia, Franconia, Laconia, Mauretania, Samaria, Saxonia, Scythia, Tuscania, Tyrrhenia, and "A" Class Ships. Additional features included Cold Buffets, Assorted Staterooms, and a large format Map of "Strange Lands and Foreign Ports Reached by Cunard and Anchor Passenger Services."
The RMS Berengaria
The spaciousness of the Berengaria, which is one of the world's largest ships, makes her a superlatively comfortable ship to travel on. She carries over 4,000 people, distributed over nine massive deck levels.
She has miles of deck space, beckon- ing you on out into the sunny, salt-tinged air. Her grand ballroom, with its floor like a polished mirror, and its sea-green decorative plan, puts you in mind some brilliant hotel salon.
Her Roman bath is on the same luxurious scale. The staterooms are in keeping with the ample proportions of the ship—not cabins, but spacious rooms with modern bedsteads instead of berths and delightful hangings. The Berengaria is veritably a queen among ships.
The Eiffel Tower, Paris, That Queen of Cities Whose Name, to All True Tourists, Stands for the Utmost in Urban Desirability. Anchor Line Brochure, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc1727d30
The Berengaria, Named after the Queen of Richard, the Lionhearted, Brings You to Paris after Five Luxurious Days on Shipboard. The Berengaria Runs from New York to Cherbourg and Southampton. Length: 919 Feet, Tonnage: 52,226. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc19ebe83
The Pompeiian Bath, One of the Many Unusual Features of the Berengaria, Is So Spacious That It Is Difficult to Believe It Is on Shipboard Rather than in Some Country Club. The Purity of the Marble and the Exotic Loveliness of the Decorations Make a Beautiful Contrast. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc22729a7
The New Ballroom on the Berengaria, with Its Sea-Green Columns, Its Exquisitely Smooth Floor, Its Air of Brilliant Size, and Metropolitan Charm, Is Worthy of the Great Ship. Dances on the Berengaria, Formal and Informal, Are a Delightful Part of the Voyage. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc22a5940
The Rose-Tinted Lounge, with Its Magnificent Gobelin Tapestries, Its Great Glass Dome, Its Exquisite Appointments, Is the Social Pivot of the Berengaria. The Raised Dais May Be Used as a Stage for Concerts and Theatricals, or the Whole Salon May Be Transformed into a Ballroom. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc2412ead
The Cunard Steamship RMS Aquitania
The Aquitania is a fitting ship on which to make a trip to England because her gracious, palatial charm is reminiscent of the atmosphere of the English manor, and her handsome, quiet decorations carry out this aspect. Beauty without ostentation makes the Aquitania popular with people of artistic and social prominence. Every detail of her equipment bears out this quality. Her lounge and dining salon are the epitome of charm and comfort. With many fine editions of the classics and the newest modern novels, even her library exemplifies that finesse of detail that makes for perfection.
The Houses of Parliament in London, the City to Which All Travelers, like Dick Whittington, Return, so Quaint Are Its Byways, so Individual Its Character. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc25c875f
The Aquitania Has a Wide Following among People Who Appreciate Gracious Elegance. You May Get to London via the Aquitania after Five Pleasant Days of Ocean Travel. Like the Berengaria and Mauretania, the Aquitania Runs from New York to Cherbourg and Southampton. Length: 901 Feet; Tonnage: 45,647. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc28e91cb
A Professional Trainer Is in Charge of the Gymnasium on the Aquitania—Which Makes One's Daily Dozen a Beneficial Performance. Fencing Is One among Many Fascinating Sports for Which the Gymnasium Is Equipped. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc295a16f
The Aquitania Dining Salon, Done in Exquisite Louis XVI Style, Runs the Whole Width of the Ship. The Color Note Is Blue, Enriched by the Warm Yellow Columns of Sienna Marble, the Brilliant Paintings, and the Delightful French Tapestry on the Chairs. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc2c9e4dd
Charmingly Cozy Is the Grill, a Smaller and Less Formal Supplement of the Aquitania Dining Salon. From the Elizabethan Prints on the Walls to the Quaint English Needlework on the Window Draperies, the Grill Typifies the Harmony of Modern Decoration. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1e818c29c8
The Cunard Ocean Liner RMS Mauretania
There is motion in every line of this beautiful swift ship. Even at anchor, the Mauretania expresses speed, so fleet and fine are her lines. She is known as a record ship wherever valiant ships are discussed and appreciated, and she gallantly upholds her name. A visit to her engine-room three decks below water level is a tremendous revelation of what power means in a ship. Nor is the Mauretania merely a fast ship. Her express service to England and the Continent, it is true, make her a prime favorite with men whose time is precious. In addition, however, she is a ship of distinct charm. For example, she is a veritable bower of flowers—a rather feminine quality and a delightful one!
Rome, the Eternal, Is Eternally Interesting to World Travelers, Who Keep Vivid and Busy the Roads That Lead to Rome. The View Shows St. Peter's from the Plaza. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc2e50f48
The Mauretania Is the Mercury among Ships, Holding Numerous World-Records for Speed. Her Latest Transatlantic Record Is 4 Days, 23 Hours, 13 Minutes, from New York to Plymouth. Like the Other Two of the Cunard "Big Three," the Mauretania Runs from New York to Cherbourg and Southampton. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc2f5b72d
This Gay Glimpse of the Gardener's Corner on the Mauretania Shows Some of the Lovely Flowers That Brighten the Great Ship. Ivy and Clipped Privet, Ferns, and Dark Yews Make a Background of Rich Greenery for the Multicolored Blossoms Which Adorn the Record-Breaking Cunarder. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc2f65f0d
The Veranda Café on the Mauretania Is So Attractive, with Its Light Wicker Furniture, Its Flood of Sunlight, and Its Trailing Greenery, That You Would Think You Were on Some Country-Club Piazza. And Just outside Is the Sea, Changeful and Yet Tranquil, Ever-Alluring. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc3a7d5d7
In Its Eighteenth-Century Loveliness, the Lounge Is the High Light of Brilliance on the Mauretania. Here the Leisurely, Festive, Cosmopolitan Company Gathers to Hear the Ship's Orchestra Play, under the Crystal Lights; Or Merely to Chat under the Sunny Dome. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc3df5d34
The Cunard Steamer RMS Franconia
Embodying all the new developments in ship craft, as she so skillfully does, the Franconia is distinguished by several novel features. Other ships, for example, have squash courts, but the Franconia is the first of her size to have one built-in as part of her original equipment. Her swimming pool is larger than the one on the Aquitania, although the tonnage of the Franconia is not quite half as great. Then—an essential feature for a ship that makes long cruises, as any wise traveler will tell you—the Franconia has a laundry. A perfectly equipped ship in every way is she.
As this book is being printed, the "Franconia" is launched but not yet completed in all details sufficiently to be photographed. Hence the illustration from an architect's drawings.
Egypt Has Added to Her Old Fascination by the Recent Discovery of the Tomb of King Tut- Ankh-Amen, near Luxor. This View Shows the Chief Tourist Sight of the World, the Pyramids of Gizeh. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc3f99b87
The Cunard Liner RMS Franconia. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc42aaafa
The Writing Room of the Franconia Is So Charmingly Divided That You Have the Sense of Utter Privacy When You Sit Down at One of the Slender Desks to Write. Or You May Settle Down Cozily and Read if You Prefer. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc49c5d61
This Is a View of One Alcove of the Writing-Room on the Laconia, Enabling You to Sense the Full Charm of Its Adams Daintiness, Its Slender Furniture Upholstered in Gold and Rich Purple, and Its Whole Air of Intimate Comfort. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc4f37237
This Architect's Sketch of the Swimming Pool of the New Cunarder Laconia Gives Only a Hint of Its Luxury. It Is Truly a Sumptuous and Splendid Feature of the New Ship and Will Help to Make Many a Happy Hour for Her Passengers. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc4f4ee9d
The RMS Scythia of the Cunard Line
The Scythia is a sister ship to the Samaria and Laconia, so similar to the others that only a very keen-eyed decorator could tell them apart. Hence, although the photographer took these photographs on the ship indicated, they represent the three in general. Different exterior views of each of the ships are also presented so that you may get a better idea of these 20,000-ton wonder ships.
The RMS Scythia of the Cunard Line. Length: 620 Feet; Tonnage: 20,000. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc54f423d
The Garden Lounge on the Scythia Is a Pleasant Way of Combining the Invigorating Joy of the Out-Of-Doors with the Coziness of a Charming Tearoom. Here, Every Afternoon at Four, You Are Served Tea and Cakes. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc5606f14
Dining Becomes a Gracious Art in a Salon as Quietly Charming as the Scythia's Dining Room. The Chef, Too, Knows the Ways of French Delicacies, and There Are Typical American and English Dishes to Quicken One's Palate. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc5e232f2
Madeira, Where Wine of Marvelous Flavor and Embroideries of Marvelous Fineness Rival Each Other, Is Truly the Island of Delight. She Is Seven Days Away, by Cunard Time. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc61d9345
The RMS Samaria of the Cunard Line
On the Samaria, typical of the other two ships of the corresponding personality, gay smartness is the keynote. The veranda café, with its cool wicker and delicate ferns, looks like the inevitable, attractive Long Island "atmosphere" of any smart comedy. To take a particularly individual example, the lounge employs chairs and little tables of vermilion lacquer to offset the dignity of beautiful mahogany fittings.
Between Europe and the Dark Continent, Gibraltar Is the Impregnable Pillars of Hercules of Classic Lore. It Is a Vivid Port, Thronged by Many Intermingled Races. The Samaria Has Reached Gibraltar in Eight Days. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc648955e
As You Stand on "A" Deck of the Samaria, This Beautiful Wide Foyer Greets Your Eyes. On the Left Is the Entrance to the Veranda Café, and on the Right, Is the Door to the Cozy Lounge, with the Elevator in the Center. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc6525dde
Keeping Fit on the Samaria Is an Easy Matter When One Makes Use of the Professional Facilities of This Well-Equipped Gymnasium. An Instructor Is in Charge, so That You May Box, or Fence, or Use the "Horse" in Good Form. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc6e3f34f
The Cunarder RMS Laconia
The Laconia, boasting the distinction of being the first ship ever to make a gala trip worldwide, is also the largest ship through the Panama Canal. Her appointments, perfect taste, and her atmosphere of utter comfort make the Laconia an ideal cruise ship. A sister ship, the Servia, is currently being built. Something about all three of the new Cunarders makes them delightfully homelike.
The RMS Laconia of the Cunard Line. Length: 620 Feet; Tonnage: 20,000. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc74dcaad
The Smoking Room on the Laconia, with Its Wide Brick Fireplace, Its Paneled Oak Walls, and Its Beautiful, Dignified Furniture, Is the Essence of Hospitality and Cheer. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc77d8e2d
Though the Lounge on the Laconia Is a Room of Great Size and Splendor, It Is Especially Attractive for Its Perfection of Detail. The Exquisite Petit Point Tapestry of the Chairs Is One Example of This Care. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc7906574
Berlin Means Unter Den Linden to Those Travelers Who Love Broad Highways. Brandenburg Gate Marks the Entrance. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc81e22f3
The Cunard RMS Carmania
The RMS Carmania of the Cunard Line. Length: 676 Feet; Tonnage: 20,000. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc82d35ab
The Entrance to the World-Famous Casino at Monte Carlo, Where the Cosmopolitan Brilliance of Fashionable People from All over the World Scintillates. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc849b094
The Dining-Room on the Carmania Is a Dignified Salon with Cream-Tinted Walls and a Warm Red Carpet, Worthy in Appearance of the Good Fare That Graces Its Tables. Game in Season Is One of the Cunard Specialties. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc8553d87
Genuine Windows Overlooking the Sea, and, Letting in a Flood of Mellow Sunlight, Make the Carmania Smoking Room a Favorite Rendezvous with Men Crossing the Big Pond. This Is an Especially Inviting Corner of the Carmania. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc8663c7f
The RMS Caronia of the Cunard Line
The Caronia, the second of the "pretty sisters," rivals the Carmania in comfort and attractiveness. Some people are devoted to one ship, some to another, dependent, no doubt, on individual preference. But the consummate Cunard service, the unfailing courtesy, and helpfulness of the personnel, the whole smooth-running machinery of social life on board, mark the Caronia as conspicuously as the Carmania. Both ships are large enough for spaciousness and yet cozy and friendly.
The Lounge Is the Meeting Room of the Ship, Where a Happy and Gay Assembly Gather for Much Good Talk, Music, Bridge, and Good Fellowship. The Lounge of the Caronia Is Made Particularly Cheerful by the Bright Light from the Glass Ceiling. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc8926f5e
Writing Home on the Distinctive Stationery of This Cunarder Is an Unalloyed Pleasure in This Pretty Room. The Caronia Writing Room, with Its Small Writing Desks and Broad-Armed Chairs, Has Inviting Books, Too, for Lazy Hours. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc89bba69
A "Close-Up" of Passengers Going on Board the Caronia. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc8b71998
Haifa Is a Port in Israel. The Caronia, Seen in the Harbor, Has Made Many a Cruise to the Mediterranean, Getting to Haifa after about a Month. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc90c238b
Cunard-Anchor Line Track Chart
Track Chart Illustrates the Strange Lands and Foreign Ports Reached by Cunard and Anchor Passenger Services. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc867c578
The RMS Tyrrhenia (Lancastria) of the Cunard-Anchor Line
The Tyrrhenia, Being One of the Very Newest of the Cunarders, Reaps the Benefit of a Long and Careful Observation of What Is Best Conducive to Comfort and Enjoyment on a Transatlantic Steamer the Fruits of the Science of Ship-Building, the Newest Achievements in the Art of Ship Decoration, Are Embodied in the Tyrrhenia. People Aboard Her Have a Happy Time —The Kind of Carefree Good Time That Comes When the "Inner Man" Is Satisfied and Comfortable.
The Anchor Line RMS Tyrrhenia. Length: 580 Feet; Tonnage: 17,000. She was renamed in 1924 as the Lancastria. She was Built for the Anchor Line's Canadian Service Carrying 235 First Class, 355 Second Class, and 1,256 Third Class Passengers. Length: 580 Feet; Tonnage: 17,000. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc88ce549
Hamburg, with Its Old Waterways, Its Fine Hotels, and the Alster, Gay with White Sails, Is a City of Personality. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc91173f9
The Lounge of the Tyrrhenia (Lancastria), Which Is French Renaissance in Character, Is a Warmly, Richly Decorated Salon That Epitomizes Good Company and Good Times. The Grand Piano Is Often an Inspiration to Musical Passengers. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc9254357
The Italian Renaissance Is Beautifully Reflected in the Dining Salon of the Tyrrhenia (Lancastria), Where Ivory-White Walls and Grey Panels Make a Lovely Cool Background for Colorful Gold and Old Blue Draperies. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc971c1c8
The RMS Tuscania of the Cunard-Anchor Line
The Tuscania is as Scotch as Harry Lauder. Her skipper, Captain Bone, is a Scot, and his years of experience on sailing vessels make him a seaman of the old school. His books are the joy of everyone who has longed to crew a clipper ship and sail into the world's ports. The crew is Scotch—Scotch specialties enliven a menu that is a succession of good things. And, as a foundation to this "braw Brecht" personality, the Tuscania has a certain livable quality, a charm of appointment, and the smooth-running service part of Anchor Line traditions.
The RMS Tuscania of the Cunard-Anchor Line. Length: 571 1/2 Feet; Tonnage: 17,000. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bc97f8b85
The Tuscania Boasts the Novelty of Having the Only Floating Bookshop in Existence. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bca29eb0a
The Gymnasium on the Tuscania Is an Effective Contradiction to the Premise That a Sea-Voyage Is a Lazy Man's Holiday. You May He as Active Here as You Like. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bca4c8c24
The Tuscania Is Proud of Its Skipper, Captain Bone, Who Is Here Seen Receiving a Silver Loving Cup from Scottish-American Friends in New York. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcaa2a157
The Smoking Room on the Tuscania Puts You in Mind of Some Fine Old Club, Where a Man May Lean Back Luxuriously, Smoke His Favorite Brand, and Be Happy. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcb03b365
The RMS Cameronia of the Cunard-Anchor Line
The Handsome Decorative Scheme of the Cameronia Makes Her Appointments a Thorough Joy to the Transatlantic Traveler. The Dining Salon, for Instance, Is Done in Italian Renaissance Style, with Its Ceiling Carried up to a Height of Sixteen Feet, and Its Walls Made to Simulate an Interior Courtyard, with Projecting Balconies Charmingly Worked In Wrought Iron. Purple, Gray, and Old Gold Make an Unusually Rich Color Scheme.
The Cunard-Anchor Ship RMS Cameronia. Length 571 1/2 Feet; Tonnage: 16,280. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcaf93af4
Glasgow, the Largest City in Scotland, Is a Place of Contrasts. A Mediaeval Cathedral, a University, and Great Steel-Ship Foundries Vie with Each Other in Interest. The Cameronia Was the First Oil-Burner to Make the Trip between Glasgow and New York. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcb0b8647
The Delicate Loveliness of Louis XVI's Court Inspired the Charm of The Cameronia Writing-Room. The Wall Sconces, the Rich Draperies, Tapestried Chairs, and the Period Pictures on the Tinted Walls Make It Perfect. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcb2c840d
"Come into the Garden, Maud," Might Have Been Whispered from the Trellised Arch of the Veranda Café on the Cameronia, so like a Picturesque Old Garden Is Its Atmosphere. There Is Even a Beautiful Marble Fountain in the Center. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcb6e462a
The RMS Assyria of the Cunard-Anchor Line
The Assyria, whose tonnage is 8,200 tons, might be termed a "family ship," so comfortable are her accommodations. Her public rooms, particularly the lounge and smoking room, are in excellent taste, and all of the staterooms have direct ventilation. Since she is a cabin ship, everyone onboard has access to all her deck space, a generous amount, enlivened on every voyage by deck sports and games.
The RMS Assyria of the Cunard-Anchor Line. Length: 449 Feet; Tonnage: 8,000. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcc3130c6
The Lounge on Assyria Has a Pleasant Air, Conducive to an Intimate and Family-like Enjoyment of Leisure. It Has the Quiet, Pleasant Atmosphere of a Family Hotel. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcb8ac4c0
The Smoking Room on Assyria Is a Man's Room, with That Kind of Solid Handsome Furniture and That Air of Solid Comfort for Which Every Real Man Yearns Once in a While. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcbb67d56
This Is the Famous Blarney Castle in Ireland, Which the Anchor Line Steamers Touch at Londonderry, While Cunarders Stop at Queenstown (Cobh). Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcbeffcb9
The RMS Columbia of the Cunard-Anchor Line
The Columbia was quite recently converted to a cabin ship. She is a ship with a story-book personality—a quaint, individual, cozy vessel. And yet, despite her quaintness, she is modern, with an up-to-date library, a good orchestra, and all the small conveniences that make the voyage across an unalloyed pleasure.
The Cunard-Anchor Line RMS Columbia. Length: 501 Feet; Tonnage: 8,300. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcd27e6b4
Every Golfer Who Is a Hero to His Caddy Has a Secret Ambition to Play the Game in Scotland on the Best Links. St. Andrews Golf Course Is Illustrated Above, for Example. The Columbia Is an Excellent Introduction to Scotland —They Call Her "Sir Harry's Boat"—Which Is Praise Enough. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcc73b4c1
When You Dine on the Columbia, You May, if You Enjoy Savoring the Foods of Other Lands, Order Scotch Specialties from the Good Cheer Which Is Characteristic of Anchor Liners. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcce82ef7
The Music Room of the Columbia Is a Pleasant Place, Where the Ship's Orchestra and Any Talent That Happens to Be Present, Make Things Merry for All Hands. And There Usually Is Considerable Talent among the Passengers. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bccf83e60
The RMS Saxonia of the Cunard Line
The Cunard Liner RMS Saxonia. Length: 600 Feet; Tonnage: 14,300. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcd455344
The Saxonia Smoking-Room, Where Man Is Master of All He Surveys, Is Well-Liked by Men Who Travel on the Saxonia. It's a Good Spot for a Good Smoke, a Friendly Game, or Round-Table Talk. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcd5a7dd7
The Lounge on the RMS Saxonia Is Flooded with Light on All Sides, Making It a Particularly Cheerful Room for Chatting, Writing, or Listening to the Ship's Orchestra. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcd5abdb6
Madrid, Once a Moorish Outpost, Now the Brilliant, Modern, Cosmopolitan Capital of Spain, Is a City of Rich and Fascinating Background. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcdba5ca1
The RMS Albania of the Cunard-Anchor Line
The RMS Albania is a convenient ship—her passenger accommodation is situated on the shelter and between decks. Her social hall, lounge, and smoking room are all near each other and the spacious promenade decks. The social hall is a charming room, done in William and Mary style, with a rich and subdued crimson as the chief color note. This compact and yet roomy arrangement makes the Albania a homelike place.
The Cunard-Anchor Line RMS Albania. Length: 540 Feet; Tonnage: 13,000. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcdeff93e
Switzerland, the Playground of Europe Both Winter and Summer, Is a Delight to Americans Who Revel in Outdoor Life. Switzerland Is a Day from Cherbourg. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bce3a2732
The Smoking Room of the RMS Albania Is Like a Room in an Old Inn. It Is Paneled in Oak and Has a Marble Fireplace and Early English Chairs and Settees. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bce51c609
Comfortable Little Tables and Easy Chairs Make the Writing Room of the RMS Albania a Place of Absolute Convenience. You May Write Newsy Letters Here or Read the Latest Novel at Your Ease. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bce8f68d2
The "A" Ships of the Cunard Line
The Andania, Antonia, and Ausonia comprise the fleet known as the "A" boats. They are cabin ships with a tonnage of 15,000 and accommodation for about 1,800 passengers. They are laid out with the thought of utmost comfort—the social rooms are on the topmost deck, with the higher decks devoted to sleeping quarters. In this way, the most are made of air and sunlight, two of the elixirs that create a refreshing sea voyage. Cunard service, running smoothly and with the charm of long experience, distinguishes the "A" boats. Sister ships, the Alaunia, Ascania, and Aurania are projected.
The "A" Boats of the Cunard Line. Length: 540 Feet; Tonnage: 15,000. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcedd8a23
The Children's Room, a Feature of All of the "A" Boats, Is Delightful Enough to Make Any Little Boy or Girl Clap Gleeful Hands. A Nurse Is in Charge. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcf17f935
On the Veranda Café, Society Meets to Sip Tea, to Gossip Pleasantly, and to Develop the Comradely Friendships That Ripen on Shipboard. The Greenery and Wicker Make It Doubly Charming. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcfb826a7
Liverpool, England's Second Largest Seaport, Is Named after the Mythical "Liver" Bird. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bcff09906
Tempting Fare on Cunard and Anchor Liners
The good things to eat on every Cunard and Anchor Line steamer, from the giant Berengaria to the "A" boats, the newest of the fleet, are a byword among epicures. If you were to go down to the piers while a Cunarder is at anchor, the vast stores of fresh edibles waiting to be taken aboard would make you think you were in some great market.
And when you sit down at a perfectly appointed table and scan the seemingly endless menu, you might imagine yourself in some superb metropolitan hotel, where variety and abundance are the watchwords. And when you are served, deftly and unobtrusively, with delicately seasoned viands of every description, you know what "Cunard cuisine" really means. It means rare and palate-satisfying perfection.
On the Day the Aquitania Sails, the Cold Buffet, a Marvelous and Elaborate Feast of Jellied Meats and Tempting Pastries, Make the First Dinner on Shipboard a Thing of Succulent Memory. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd0327421
The Cold Buffet on the Mauretania, Garnished by the Deft Hand of the Chef, Provokes the Most Listless Appetites. Whole Sides of Roasted Meats, Meat Pies, Cold Game, and Fish Cunningly Decorated, Contribute to Its Attractiveness. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd06ab9b4
Cunard and Anchor Line Staterooms
These glimpses of typical Cunard and Anchor Line staterooms purposely strike an average of what you may expect on these ships. All the little things that are so important in making a trip comfortable—all the conveniences that make you remember your voyage with pleasure instead of annoyance, you will find here. It is not only in the imperial suite of the Berengaria, that luxurious apartment of five rooms and two baths, for example that care has been expended.
The Gainsborough and Reynolds suites on the Aquitania, it is true, are the last word in luxury and comfort. But the rest of the ship—and all of the other ships, from the Mauretania with its regal suite to the least pretentious of the vessels—cater to the average passenger with proportionate and efficient care. This consideration shows itself in the little niceties, draperies, pictures, and the freshness and attractiveness of every stateroom on every fleet ship.
The Distinguishing Little Touches That Take the "Cabined and Confined" Air from Aquitania Staterooms Make This "Inside-Outside" Room, with Its Real Bed, a Particularly Good and Charming One. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd0d18d51
These "In Side-Out Side" Rooms on the Aquitania Owe Their Direct Ventilation to High Windows That Open Out on the Deck Above. The Windows, of Course, Are Controlled from the Staterooms, Allowing You to Regulate the Ventilation at Your Will, Just as Though You Had a Room with a Porthole. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd0ff9352
On the Berengaria the New Type of "L" (Or "Bibby ") Stateroom Is Found—an Ingenious Arrangement by Which Even inside Rooms Have a Porthole. This, of Course, Makes the Stateroom Airy. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd1117962
The Mauretania Is a Typical Example of the Way in Which Cunard Staterooms Have Been Individualized So That They Are Now as Charmingly Fitted as Rooms in a Fine Hotel. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd1287e66
Who Would Ever Imagine This, with Its Trim Twin Beds and Its Dainty Appointments, to Be Anything but a Room in Some Fine Hotel? It Is, However, a Stateroom on the New Franconia. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd14f6db9
Twin Beds Make This Stateroom as Comfortable as Your Own Room at Home, and the Tasteful Accessories, the Good Prints on the Walls, Add to This Feeling of Charm, on the Scythia, Samaria, and Laconia. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd1661a6f
Pretty Draperies and a Soft, Luxurious Couch Make This Stateroom on the Saxonia an Inviting Place. The Berths Are Roomy and Add to the Comfort of Traveling on This Favorite Ship. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd186ab0a
What Does a Woman Look at First Thing? Wardrobe Space in Her Room, of Course. And This Typical Stateroom on the Caronia and Carmania Has a Generous Wardrobe for All the Pretty Clothes a Voyage Requires. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd21957a6
This Stateroom, Typical for the Tuscania, Cameronia, and Tyrrhenia, Is a Two-Berth Room with That Dainty Freshness Characteristic of These Ships. The New-Style Washstand, Instead of the Old "Clock," Is an Improvement. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd238bb95
The Ample Berths, the New-Fashioned Washstand, the Plushy Couch, and a Dainty Wicker Chair Invest This Stateroom, Typical of the "A" Boats, with a Happy Air of Comfort. Even the Draperies Are Prettily Stenciled. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd240e72d
An Unusual Marine Snapshot, the Aquitania Passing the U.S.S. Maryland, in the Narrows, Entrance to New York Harbor. Going Abroad, 1923. GGA Image ID # 1bd2631214