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Isle of Pines Steamship Company in 1928

March 1928 Times of Cuba vacation magazine

Now known as the Isla de la Juventud (Isle of Youth)

YOU, OF COURSE, WILL VISIT THE ISLE OF PINES

A MOST DELIGHTFUL TRIP

OVER THE OLD RELIABLE STEAMSHIP LINE

MORE THAN 20 YEARS IN SERVICE

Staterooms fitted with fine soft nail’ mattresses. running water, electric fans, ice water in thermos bottles. All outside rooms. Dining and card room on after deck, open sides - Shade deck forward - Comfortable social cabin - Everything done for YOUR comfort.

SAILINGS

Leave Havana (Central Station) at 6:46 P. M.
Every Day except Sunday

Leave Isle of Pines (Nueva Gerona)
at 8:00 P. M.
Every Day except Saturday

making no stops between Batabano and Nueva Gerona, principal port and seat of government of the Isle of Pines. Thus assuring you a full night’s rest, arriving at Nueva Gerona at 7 A. M.

One-way fare ... $7.00 .
Round trip fare, good for 15 days ... 10.75
Berth in stateroom ... 2.00
Dinner, ready and served on arrival of train ... 1.00

Breakfast A la Carte.

ISLE OF PINES STEAMSHIP COMPANY
NUEVA GERONA, ISLE OF PINES

Havana Ticket Office
Prado 118

Wm. J. MILLS
Gen. Mgr.

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