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Hundreds leading newspapers to discern which affluent man or of thousands of Americans, unable to afford the high unmarried European count would be sailing on which price of a first-class ticket, booked passage at lower fares liner. The ambitious mother would then book passage in second-class, third-class, or tourist-third-cabin accom- on that ship and, once aboard, contrive to get the cap- modations. As a 1938 advertisement for the White Star tain of the liner to seat her daughter next to the intended Line stated, "If you are contemplating passage in Second target at all the shipboard meals.
Twice in the same day New York City had encountered evidence of a revolution in ocean travel. The full development of the ocean-going steamships First class passengers aboard ocean liners could take advantage of dozens of activities that the liners provided. Many travelers, however, like these passengers in 1932, enjoyed spending time reading or just getting the sun and relaxing on the lounge chairs that lined the open decks of the luxury ships. coincided with the migration of Europeans seeking freedom and opportunity in the United States.
See also Ocean liners Sultana (steamboat), 27 Superships, 49-58 Supertankers, 52—55 T The North River ofClermont (also The Clermonf) steamboat, 17 Transportation and canals. See Canals Transportation and rivers, 9—13. See also specific topics Transportation and ships, 6, 8-9. See also specific topics Twain, Mark. See Clemens, Samuel U Ultra Large Crude Carriers (ULCCs), 52-53 Union Canal (Pennsylvania), 16 United States Line (ocean liner company), 47 United States (ocean liner), 48 Upriver travel, 12 CV Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs), 52 w Washington, George (president), 13 Waters, protection of, 54-57 Waterways, artificial.