Tourist Third Cabin & Third Class - WSL Canadian Service - 1928
Cover of a Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Brochure from White Star Line Canadian Service, 1928. GGA Image ID # 1d5bccaacc
Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Views, Plans, and General Information for the SS Laurentic, SS Albertic, SS Calgaric, SS Megantic, SS Doric, and SS Regina. 25 Photographs, mainly interior views and Deck Plans for the Albertic, Megantic, Laurentic, Calgaric, Doric, and Regina.
The popular mode of travel nowadays is by Tourist Third Cabin on steamers of the White Star Line Canadian Service; the developers of this class in 1924, since its success has been phenomenal. There is only one reason for this—the value is given to the traveler for the modest sum he spends.
Over the Atlantic Ocean, from Montreal to Europe, nearly 3,000 miles, any of the six liners of the White Star Line Canadian Service will carry you in comfort at the cost of slightly over three cents a mile.
Tourist Third Cabin Dining Saloon—S.S. Calgaric. GGA Image ID # 1d5befdaa0
This includes accommodation in a large airy stateroom, delicious meals, the use of spacious decks for exercise, deck games, and sports, service by trained and attentive stewards, the unrestricted use of attractively furnished public rooms, and the unremitting attention by expert personnel for which the White Star Line is famous all over the world.
You can travel a Tourist Third Cabin on any of the White Star Line Canadian Service's six Canadian liners: the Laurentic, Albertic, Doric, Regina, Calgaric, and Megantic.
A White Star steamer from Montreal is at your service if you want to go directly to England, Scotland, Ireland, the south of England, London, or France. On the return voyage, you can embark at Southampton, Havre, Liverpool, Queenstown, Belfast, or Glasgow. Still, irrespective of the steamer you travel, you will be assured of receiving the best attention.
Tourist Third Cabin Ladies' Room—S.S. Laurentic. GGA Image ID # 1d5c253a37
From the new Laurentic, 19,000 tons, our largest liner on the St. Lawrence route, which she enters for the first time this year, to the Megantic, 15,000 tons, the six steamers are ideally suited for your ocean voyage in Tourist Third Cabin.
On these liners, you will find cabins neatly furnished. They accommodate two, three, or four persons, a dining saloon whose spotless cleanliness and well-ordered service pleases, lounges, and social rooms where you can rest and meet your friends. In this smoke room, the camaraderie of life at sea is cemented.
Tourist Third Cabin Playroom—S.S. Laurentic. GGA Image ID # 1d5c5acd49
Tourist Third Cabin Dining Saloon—S.S. Laurentic. GGA Image ID # 1d5c792033
Tourist Third Cabin Four-Berth Room—S.S. Albertic. GGA Image ID # 1d5ce67316
The comfort of passengers is the chief consideration of the White Star Line Canadian Service. These photographs illustrate the splendid accommodation available at such a reasonable price.
Tourist Third Cabin Lounge—S.S. Megantic. GGA Image ID # 1d5d0b7e7b
Tourist Third Cabin Writing Room—S.S. Megantic. GGA Image ID # 1d5d0d5763
Neat and inviting cabins, well-furnished lounges, and bright dining rooms where the best of food is attractively served are features of the "tourist third cabin."
If you want to read, there are libraries filled with books that will make the hours pass pleasantly.
Each day brings pleasant surprises. In addition to the regular life and deck games, contests and sports, there are dances and concerts, fancy dress balls, and many functions arranged for your entertainment so that the ocean voyage becomes a lasting memory of happiness.
Tourist Third Cabin Dining Saloon—S.S. Megantic. GGA Image ID # 1d5d716b8a
Through the medium of Tourist Third Cabin, thousands of persons have been able to enjoy organized tours of Europe at desirable rates. You can do the same simply by inquiring of your nearest steamship agent, who will gladly furnish you with full details of the cost and itineraries of the various organized tours on White Star liners which have brought untold happiness and enjoyment to thousands.
Tourist Third Cabin Reading and Writing Room—S.S. Albertic. GGA Image ID # 1d5ddce610
Or, if you want to follow your inclinations and wander around Europe, consult your agent or write to us and let us arrange a trip to suit your particular ideas. If a tour does not interest you, let your agent arrange a return ocean trip for you, thus relieving you of the necessity of booking your return passage when you get to Europe.
Deck games, concerts, sports, dances, etc., are organized for your pleasure.
These revive drooping spirits and create a bigger interest in life. There is no moping on a White Star liner. All your waking hours, there is a round of exciting events so that by the time you reach the other side, you leave your "floating home" with a sense of regret.
A Rest on Deck Is Always Appreciated. GGA Image ID # 1d5e09695e
Music Was Aplenty During the Voyage. GGA Image ID # 1d5e65edbc
Tourist Third Cabin—Lounge Cleared for Dancing. GGA Image ID # 1d5ea7a9a2
Eventide at Sea. GGA Image ID # 1d5ec33bc1
Third Cabin to Europe
By WHITE STAR LIne CANADIAN SERVICE
The Third cabin is a much-abused term. It is confused with the steerage of the olden days when, as a matter of fact, there is no more connection between "third cabin" and "steerage" than there is between an automobile and a kiddie car.
The third cabin is the most economical way of traveling to Europe. But because it is economical, it does not mean it is not comfortable. On the other hand, the comfort provided for the money you spend on the ticket comes as a refreshing surprise.
There are two, four, or six cabins so that friends who want to travel are not separated by their cabins. Those who travel the third cabin have one part of the steamer for their exclusive use. The dining rooms are bright, cheery, and well-ventilated, and here, appetites, sharpened by the ocean air, are well satisfied.
Meals are varied, wholesome, and served pleasingly. The stewards recognize you are guests, not "steerage passengers," and close supervision is maintained to see that you receive White Star service, famous for 60 years.
Facilities are available if you want to rest, and the sun shines just as radiantly on you as anyone else. Deck space is ample, and you can have just as much fun as any other class of passengers. The deck stewards have games available, and then there are sports and other activities.
Traveling the third cabin is a community affair. There is no formality. You can mix with your friends and have a rollicking time on deck or in public rooms, such as the lounge, the social hall, or the smoking room.
When the sun sinks on the horizon, you will find organized dances, concerts, whist drives, and bridge parties. Or, maybe, a quiet game or a book. Probably all you desire at night is to sit with your friends and watch the others—well, that is your privilege. Your comfort in the third cabin is the first thought of the White Star Line Canadian Service.
Third Cabin Dining Saloon—S.S. Laurentic. GGA Image ID # 1d5ef4d545
Third Cabin Lounge—S.S. Laurentic. GGA Image ID # 1d5f6b56eb
Tourist Third Cabin Lounge—S.S. Laurentic. GGA Image ID # 1d5f9d7d41
Tourist Third Cabin Four-Berth Cabin—S.S. Megantic. GGA Image ID # 1d60190350
Thousands of passengers have traveled "tourist third cabin" in the last few years and have returned well satisfied. It has become an accept ted style of travel and one that has appealed strongly to all classes of people.
They have been well pleased with the accommodation, as illustrated on this page, and this is the best recommendation for a "tourist third cabin."
You are carried from one continent to another at an average cost of approximately three cents a mile. Your passage includes all the service that has helped to make the name White Star Line famous in the last 60 years.
Tourist Third Cabin Lounge—S.S. Calgaric. GGA Image ID # 1d602ee889
Tourist Third Cabin Smoking Room—S.S. Megantic. GGA Image ID # 1d60b0688c
Tourist Third Cabin Social Hall—S.S. Doric. GGA Image ID # 1d60b6a439
Third Cabin Smoking Room—S.S. Laurentic. GGA Image ID # 1d60c52624
Third Cabin Dining Saloon—S.S. Regina. GGA Image ID # 1d60f5b47a
WHEN you travel the third cabin, you know that you are going most economically. And when you travel the White Star Line, you can be assured that you will get the utmost value it is possible to give. Roomy cabins for two, four, or six persons, ample deck space, entertainment, delicious food, and public rooms are part of the third cabin service. Although you travel in the third cabin, you enjoy the fresh air and the sunshine and experience the exhilaration that only a sea voyage can give.
Third Cabin Playroom—S.S. Megantic. GGA Image ID # 1d61356e08
Third Cabin Two-Berth Room—S.S. Doric. GGA Image ID # 1d614b239d
Third Cabin Social Hall—S.S. Regina. GGA Image ID # 1d615541a0
Plan of Tourist Third Cabin and Third Cabin Accommodation for the SS Albertic of the White Star Line Canadian Service. GGA Image ID # 1d616657ae
Plan of Tourist Third Cabin and Third Cabin Accommodation for the SS Laurentic of the White Star Line Canadian Service. GGA Image ID # 1d616e89cf
GENERAL INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS
VALUABLES:- The Company has provided a safe in the office of the Purser, in which Passengers may deposit money, jewels, or ornaments, for safekeeping. The Company will not be liable to Passengers for the loss of money, jewels, or ornaments by theft or otherwise, not so deposited.
BABY CARRIAGES AND BICYCLES:—Are earned at the owners' risk and must be crated. Rate. S5.00 each.
SEWING MACHINES are carried as excess baggage.
FOLDING GO-CARTS:—Free, but reckoned in the baggage allowance.
MOTORCYCLES (Tanks Empty) when accompanying passengers. S25.00. They must be crated before shipping.
CYCLE SIDE CARS, when accompanying passengers, $10.00. They should be crated before shipping.
MOTORCYCLES (Tanks Empty) AND SIDE CARS COMBINED when accompanying passengers. $35.00.
AUTOMOBILES:—Are carried uncrated and checked as baggage—rates on application.
DOGS AND DOMESTIC PETS:—Dogs cannot be taken aboard unless accompanied by English Board of Agriculture certificates allowing them to| land—detailed information on request. Dogs. S20.00 each: Cats. $5.00 each; Birds. $5.00 per cage.
When taking dogs into France, passengers must have a certificate of health signed by a veterinary surgeon, and a French Consul must countersign this.
Passengers may rent STEAMER CHAIRS at $1.00 each for the voyage Tourist Third Cabin; 60 cents, Third Class, each for the journey. One may make reservations through any company's offices or agents or by application to the Purser on board the steamer.
CHILDREN:—One year and under 10, half fare.
INFANTS:—Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class. $5.50.
AN ENQUIRY OFFICE has been provided for the convenience of Passengers on the steamers, where passengers should make all inquiries for information of a general character.
Letters. Cables. Deck Chairs hired at this Office, through which the Enquiry Office will distribute all mail. Telegrams and Marconigrams are received here for despatch, and one can purchase Postage Stamps.
None of the ship's staff, except those on duty in the Enquiry Office, are authorized to accept letters or telegrams for despatch.
ADDITIONAL PASSAGE MONEY, CHAIR, OR RUG HIRE, OR FREIGHT paid on board, should be received on the Company's form.
TABLE SEATS are allotted on application to the Tourist Third Cabin Chief Steward.
EMBARKATION—MONTREAL:—Steamers sail from Alexandra Pier. Sheds 4 and 6. at Daybreak. Passengers embark the previous evening after 7 o'clock. They should present their tickets at the foot of the gangway before going on board.
EMBARKATION -QUEBEC.—Steamers sail at 4 PM, E. S. T. (5 PM Daylight Saving Time) during May, June, July, and August, 2 PM EST (3 PM Daylight Saving during September, October, and November); but passengers should verify hour of embarkation with our Quebec office. 53 Dalhousie Street.
HALIFAX: Passengers embark immediately on arrival of the steamer.