The good neighbor fleet




Want to take it easy or play a casual game of cards?  Amble into the Smoking Room.  With its lofty beamed ceilings, wood paneled walls and open fireplaces, it is a veritable castle of comfort.

You might think this was the most pretentious stateroom aboard.  Actually, it's a typical "A" Deck room with private bath.  Note the luxuriously upholstered furniture, the sofa, twin beds and writing desk.  Not in the picture is an attractive dressing table and wardrobe, too.

Do you want to relax, take a nap, catch up on your reading, or enjoy a brisk walk--in the balmy sea air?  Courteous deck stewards will make you comfortable--serve you bouillon at eleven, tea at four.

Center of the sun-deck's gay activity is the open-air swimming pool (there's one for Tourist Cabin passengers, too).  It is beautifully tiled, and surrounded by tables, where those who prefer to watch may enjoy refreshments at their leisure.

As do all rooms on Good Neighbor Fleet ships, this Tourist room faces outside--has hot and cold running water, modern ventilation.

Top Photo:  This is the Dining Salon for First Cabin passengers.  Here you enjoy an abundant, unsurpassed cuisine, beneath the spacious glass-domed ceiling two decks high--in a modernized Colonial setting--seated in comfortably upholstered armchairs--and in an atmosphere made doubly pleasant by modern air conditioning.

Bottom Photo:  In the Tourist Dining Salon, too, the same delectable meals are served in similarly charming surroundings.  Armchairs and air conditioning are also among the welcome features here that make dining in The Good Neighbor Fleet fashion one of the highlights of spending your vacation on these modern express liners.

Dining Salons are spacious and air-conditioned for complete comfort in all climes.

Just off the sports deck is the Veranda Cafe.  Here you and your shipboard friends gather for a tall, tinkling glass together.  Its modern decor--mahogany-trimmed, buff-colored bar; studded leather wall paneling; old rose ceiling--reminds you of your favorite rendezvous back home.



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