Cruises to 4 continents are scheduled for the new luxury liners Brasil and Argentina during 1963.
Responding to popular demand for cruises of varied lengths to divers places, the Argentina and Brasil will make, in 1963, 31-day "Gaucho" cruises to Caribbean ports and the
East Coast of South America. Plus the famous "Carnaval" cruise, originated by Moore-McCormack — 38 days of sun and fun through the West Indies down the South American East Coast featuring the fabulous pre-Lenten festivities in
Rio de Janeiro.
The twin liners will also take cruisegoers to Northern Europe, Scandinavia and the USSR on 3 Northlands cruises of 35 days each in the summer of 1963. These have been sell-out trips in the
past and requests are already coming in for the next year.
The short cruises to the fascinating islands of the Caribbean will have their place in the schedule. Especially constructed for cruising through tropical waters, the Argentina and
Brasil offer particular advantage to Caribbean cruise passengers. Two outdoor swimming pools, the great expanse of sun deck and the special facilities for outdoor living, combined with draft-free air-conditioning throughout
the ships — these and other tropic comforts designed into the Mooremack luxury queens assure passengers the happiest and most comfortable travel experience in the Caribbean.
What many knowledgeable travelers call "most exciting of all" — the "Sea-Safari Cruise" — is slated for February 13th on the S.S. Argentina. This 63-day hegira starts in New York and
proceeds via Florida to the Caribee, South America, South and East Africa and the Indian Ocean; through the Suez, through the Mediterranean: returning homeward from Lisbon.
The 22,770-ton liners Argentina and Brasil boast of every conceivable pleasure comfort. Sailing is smoothed by stabilizers. Food is impeccably served to the gourmet’s taste.
Professional entertainment spices the nights and experienced cruise staffs ensure the days are quiet or active as the passenger requires. Individually controlled air-conditioning makes the all-outside-staterooms personally
comfortable. Bedside phones bring voices from home as near as the earpiece. A well-stocked library, pre-run films on wide screens, Cinemaraces, dancing and a Good Neighbor Shop with all the necessities (if you forget) and many
luxuries at below-duty-free prices forgotten experience.
Both of these ships are one class — first class only. And, on all the cruises in 1963, the Brasil and Argentina are "hotels" for their passengers in all their ports of call.
Minimum rates start at $30.00 per day on most of the trips.