HAPAG-North German Lloyd - Go Tourist Class - 1936
Front Cover for a Joint Line Brochure from Hamburg-American Line and North German Lloyd Entitled Go Tourist Class. Form No. 1243 Dated 10 February 1936. Printed in the USA. GGA Image ID # 125d121062
26-Page Brochure "Go Tourist Class" is a joint production of HAPAG-NDL. Profusely Illustrated with interior photographs of Tourist Class accommodations and ships of both lines that carried passengers of that class. A superb brochure produced for American tourist of the Summer Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany.
Alternate Title: Tourist Class on the North German Lloyd: Bremen, Europa, Columbus, and Berlin, and on the Hamburg-American Line: New York, Hamburg, Deutschland, Hansa, and ST. Louis. HAPAG and Norddeutcher Lloyd - Masters in the Art of Travel.
Crowd on the Pier Wave Goodbye to Passengers Headed for Europe. GGA Image ID # 125d23549d
The SS Bremen and Europa of the North German Lloyd. GGA Image ID # 125d330e8a
TOURIST CLASS ON THE NORTH GERMAN LLOYD -- SS BREMEN AND SS EUROPA merits the patronage of the fastidious clientele it has the privilege of carrying.
It offers luxury and the utmost in modern comfort with speed — speed, a factor so critical to travelers with limited time at their disposal. It provides spacious, artistically decorated public rooms, handsomely furnished staterooms (many of which are equipped with private bath and toilet), commodious promenade and sports decks, a Gymnasium, a Swimming Pool, a Children's Playroom, elevators, and everything that contributes to a happy voyage across the Atlantic.
Ships that have gained prestige because of their size, their beauty, their unexcelled regularity of service and their distinctive personalities, the North German Lloyd express liners BREMEN and EUROPA, both "Blue Ribbon" winners, continue to hold old friends and to make new ones among the traveling public. They are veritable floating palaces, massive, graceful vessels of 51,656 and 49,746 tons respectively.
Tourist Class Lounge on the SS Europa. GGA Image ID # 125d374808
Tourist Class Dining Room on the SS Bremen. GGA Image ID # 125d37afee
Tourist Class Stateroom on the SS Europa. GGA Image ID # 125d4bdca6
Female Passengers Enjoying the Tourist Class Swimming Pool on the SS Europa. GGA Image ID # 125d6d2799
Tourist Class Social Hall on the SS Bremen. GGA Image ID # 125d93d6fa
Tourist Class Smoking Room on the SS Bremen. GGA Image ID # 125d97c8de
The SS Columbus of the North German Lloyd. GGA Image ID # 125de2165b
TOURIST CLASS ON THE NORTH GERMAN LLOYD -- SS COLUMBUS -- the 32,354-ton running mate of the BREMEN and EUROPA offers accommodations especially comely and comfortable.
The Social Hall is lovely and radiates an atmosphere of good cheer. The cozy Ladies' Parlor invites repose amid a plethora of natural blooms and graceful palms.
The Smoking Room is a real man's haven, suitably appointed to promote congeniality among those who frequent it. The charming Dining Salon is conducive to healthy appetites which find satisfaction in the wide variety of menus offered.
The Gymnasium is well-equipped, and in the warmer weather, a deck Swimming Pool is provided. The broad decks of the COLUMBUS encourage regular exercise and outdoor sports as well as healthful relaxation in comfortable deck chairs.
The entertainment facilities offered are numerous; concerts, balls, motion pictures, and card parties are arranged during the voyage, and the much-talked-of Boekbierfest, an established feature of Tourist Clas
Tourist Class Social Hall on the SS Columbus. GGA Image ID # 125e4f4f74
Tourist Class Dining Room on the SS Columbus. GGA Image ID # 125e8d4bbd
Tourist Class Smoking Room on the SS Columbus. GGA Image ID # 125eac6190
Tourist Class Stateroom on the SS Columbus. GGA Image ID # 125ec2226d
Tourist Class Two-Berth Stateroom on the SS Columbus. GGA Image ID # 125f05a7fd
Tourist Class Gymnasium on the SS Columbus. GGA Image ID # 125f6fa81f
The SS New York of the Hamburg-American Line. GGA Image ID # 125fc81ee2
The SS Deutschland of the Hamburg-American Line. GGA Image ID # 125fd14d07
The SS Hamburg of the Hamburg-American Line. GGA Image ID # 125fe7f8f1
The SS Hansa of the Hamburg-American Line. GGA Image ID # 12601572e5
TOURIST CLASS ON THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE -- NEW YORK, HAMBURG, DEUTSCHLAND, and HANSA -- the "Famous Four" quadruplets of the North Atlantic, has gained and held a loyal following among passengers who have had their expectations of a delightful sea voyage fulfilled.
Sturdy, steady sister ships of 22,000 tons, these vessels offer in fullest measure the acme of transportation and the art of living, and through their efficient, helpful staffs they radiate the true spirit of traditional German hospitality which makes the passengers feel happily at ease.
For seven or eight days, depending on the port of debarkation, they glory in the charming simplicity of the beautiful Social Hall, the comfortable, modem Smoking Room, the chummy bar, the restful Ladies' Lounge, the well-ventilated Dining Salon, the Swimming Pool and Gymnasium, and the vast outdoor deck space for promenading and sports.
Tourist Class Lounge on the SS New York. GGA Image ID # 12602d82ec
Tourist Class Dining Room on the SS Hamburg. GGA Image ID # 1260b33407
The Band Plays and Passengers Dance in the Tourist Class Social Hall on the SS New York. GGA Image ID # 1260b93af7
Tourist Class Dining Room on the SS Deutschland. GGA Image ID # 1260ced189
Elegant Tourist Class Social Hall on the SS New York. GGA Image ID # 12610e5d00
Tourist Class Single Bed Stateroom on the SS Hamburg. GGA Image ID # 12617f7de9
Tourist Class Two-Bed Stateroom on the SS Hansa. GGA Image ID # 12619185a9
Tourist Class Enclosed Promenade Deck on the SS Hansa. GGA Image ID # 1261a91c9c
Tourist Class Social Hall on the SS Hansa. GGA Image ID # 1261b799e1
Tourist Class Smoking Room on the SS New York. GGA Image ID # 12620b92a4
Tourist Class Four-Berth Stateroom on the SS Hamburg. GGA Image ID # 1262339cbf
The Motorship St. Louis of the Hamburg-American Line. GGA Image ID # 1262697dbb
TOURIST CLASS ON THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE -- M.S. ST. LOUIS is the choice of the thrifty traveler who likes the sea and who has ample time to indulge ill his pleasures.
He travels economically and leisurely, benefiting physically and mentally by the more extended, restful ocean voyage and by having included in the cost of his ticket his living expenses for a greater number of days.
Although smaller than the other Hatnburg-American Line vessels, the ST. LOUIS, of 16,750 tons, offers a Tourist Class, beautifully and modernly appointed, with public rooms, staterooms and deck spaces of exceptionally generous proportions. The Gymnasium and the Swimming Pool are also at the disposal of Tourist Class passengers.
Tourist Class Dining Room on the MS St. Louis. GGA Image ID # 12627c229b
Young Couple Enjoying Their Days Afloat on the MS New York. GGA Image ID # 126297cdb8
Tourist Class Two-Berth Stateroom on the MS St. Louis. GGA Image ID # 1262b3bed7
Tourist Class Smoking Room on the MS St. Louis. GGA Image ID # 1262d7f4cd
Tourist Class Swiming Pool on the MS St. Louis. GGA Image ID # 1262ddd60f
The SS Berlin of the North German Lloyd. GGA Image ID # 1263360dbb
TOURIST CLASS ON THE NORTH GERMAN LLOYD -- SS BERLIN is another choice offered the thrifty traveler bent on a joyous holiday.
It provides ten bracing days at sea to Germany (eight days to Ireland and nine to Channel Ports), on a popular Cabin Class liner of 15,286 tons which offers generously proportioned public rooms and staterooms and spacious decks.
There is ample room for all so that those who want to enter into the gayety of the social functions will not interfere with those who want to enjoy tranquil hours reading, resting or chatting with friendly acquaintances.
Luxury deftly combined with modern comfort, makes the BERLIN’S Tourist Class a delightful, economical rendezvous for discriminating passengers.
Tourist Class Two-Berth Stateroom on the SS Berlin. GGA Image ID # 12635daf5c
Tourist Class Dining Room on the SS Berlin. GGA Image ID # 1263961d66
Tourist Class Lounge on the SS Berlin. GGA Image ID # 1263b87715
Tourist Class Smoking Room on the SS Berlin. GGA Image ID # 12648e2856
Facsimilies of Tourist Class Menus from the Ships of the Hamburg-American Line and North German Lloyd. GGA Image ID # 1264dc36d2
Culinary artists of international reputation prepare the fare for Hamburg-American Line and North German Lloyd passengers.
A wide variety of the quality foods and an equally elaborate selection of choicest delicacies — the best the markets offer — are included in the Tourist Class daily menus, which are sure to please the most fastidious epicure with their extensive breakfasts, luncheons, and dinners.
And then, too, nibbling between meals is such a treat when morning bouillon and afternoon tea is presented so temptingly with dainty sandwiches and pastry by understanding stewards who render the courteous, efficient service for which the HAPAG and LLOYD are famous.
Tempelhof Air Field Near Berlin, Germany. GGA Image ID # 12653a28de
AIR TRAVEL IN GERMANY
Upon application, made either before departure, or during the voyage at the Purser's office or Travel Bureau onboard, passengers arriving at German port will be met by a speedy LUFTHANSA airplane for quick transportation to any of the larger German cities, at rates established by the LUFTHANSA.