The Cavalier Flying Boat, c. 1930s
This flying boat, manufactured by the Short Brothers and called the Cavalier (each individual plane was given a name that started with "C") carried passengers between Long Island and Bermuda in the late 1930s until it was lost January 21,
Bermuda Air Cruises Brochure, 1938 [Inside]
<<Click on image to enlarge>> Left: "CRUISE RATES INCLUDE not only transportation from Port Washington to Hamilton and return but also, for the cruise period, a single room with bath for one or a double room with bath for two, and
Bermuda Air Cruises Brochure, 1938 [Inside Flap]
"The NEW Travel Hit!" "NOT JUST A CRUISE, not just the treasure isles of Bermuda, not alone the fact that you travel there by air (in 5 hours from New York) but all three put together . . . AIR CRUISES
Bermuda Air Cruises Brochure, 1938 [Back Cover]
Top plane: Pan American Airways' U.S.A. Bermuda Clipper Bottom plane: Imperial Airways' R.M.A. Cavalier "AIR LINES TICKET AGENCY OF E. K. SMITH, INC. 41 EAST 47TH STREET NEW YORK, N. Y."