Antarctica – Photo courtesy of Helmut Murk

May 2010


Grand South America & Antarctica Voyage 2011

Roundtrip Fort Lauderdale January 5, 2011 | 66 Days | ms Prinsendam | Escorts: Henk & Lucia Barnhoorn

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Fortaleza Fernando de Noronha Recife (Olinda) Salvador da Bahia

Callao (Lima) General San Martín (Pisco)

Everyone has his or her own reason for wanting to visit South America. For some, it’s the chance to cruise the Amazon River or visit Machu Picchu. Others are eager to explore the Chilean Fjords or “pop over” to Antarctica. And, of course, city lovers can’t wait to stroll the boulevards of Buenos Aires or experience the nightlife of Rio de Janeiro. The great thing about this two-month-plus circumnavigation of the continent: You’ll have the chance to do it all! Holland America’s Grand Voyages are big on in-depth exploration. So on this particular adventure, you’ll enjoy overnights in Manaus, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Valparaiso, Fuerte Amador (gateway to Panama City) and Callao (gateway to Machu Picchu). You’ll also have the opportunity to “collect” some off-the-beatenpath ports such as Isla Robinson Crusoe, Chile; Fortaleza, Brazil; and Fernando de Noronha, Brazil (a maiden call). You‘ll love taking this voyage with Cruise Specialists because, in addition to great escorts who are familiar with the itinerary, we’re offering a pre-cruise gala dinner and bon voyage party – as well as onboard parties and $150 in tour dollars.



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Can’t squeeze 66 days out of your schedule? Choose one or more of the segments – but do book by May 31 to receive a host of Holland America goodies. Full cruise from $10,199 pp; segments from $5,849 pp.

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Excellent Enhancements Ahead
A sign of excellence: continually striving to be better. Holland America’s Signature of Excellence upgrades continue on five of its most popular ships: the ms Statendam, ms Ryndam, ms Maasdam, ms Veendam and ms Rotterdam. Among these enhancements: new entertainment and enrichment options – a cabaret nightclub dubbed Showroom at Sea; Mix, three specialty lounges midship; and a complimentary casual Italian restaurant, Canaletto. New stateroom décor is planned including new Spa staterooms and aboard Veendam and Rotterdam, a new category of stateroom – the Lanai stateroom – which opens directly onto the walk-around promenade deck. Also on Veendam and Rotterdam, a resort-style pool area called The Retreat (complete with pool bar, upscale pizzeria and giant LED screen for evening movies).

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“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” ~ Andre Gide

How Cruise Specialists Vacations...

Holland America’s Alaska Explorer coach visits Novato.
Ever wonder where the Holland America Alaska Explorer Coaches are during the winter months? Some can be found touring the lower 40 with their driver/guides, bringing a taste of Alaska to our doorsteps. Our Novato office was delighted to offer clients a chance to meet Alaska tour guide, Dan, as he described some of the exciting land adventures he has enjoyed over the years. We were impressed with the comfort of these spacious coaches and agree with the importance of a land component to an Alaska cruise to really experience the last, great frontier.

Cruise Specialists Cares: cruising for a cause
At Cruise Specialists, our mission extends beyond providing our clients with enriching travel experiences. We strive to give back to those areas of the world we visit – and to the people who welcome us so warmly to their countries. Last year we launched Cruise Specialists Cares, an extension of our exclusive shore excursion Tom Baum program. Cruise Specialists Cares ann ~ Du rban, Sou th Africa offers meaningful excursion options linked to important causes. This March, for instance, a group of kindhearted Cruise Specialists travelers accompanied our president Tom Baumann to the SOS Children’s Village in Durban, South Africa where they delivered 17 boxes of supplies to the orphaned youngsters. “Visiting and playing with the children was truly a day I’ll never forget,” said Baumann. “The kids were incredible and it was touching to see how their eyes lit up in amazement and gratitude at the simple toys and gifts we had brought for them. It was such a moving experience for myself and our clients – many of whom were so touched, they literally gave the children the jackets off their backs to help them stay warm during the colder months.” Ask us how you can participate in these and other meaningful Cruise Specialists Cares projects.

upcoming cruise speciaists cares events pLanned: 2010 grand asia & great Barrier reef voyage 2011 grand south america voyage ms Amsterdam ms Prinsendam SOS Children’s Village Bangkok, Thailand SOS Children’s Village Santiago, Chile

Above photos (top to bottom): Novato Sales Assistant Jackie Lamke and Christopher Roper, Grand Turk, Regent Seven Seas Navigator; Teresa Tennant, Operations Manager and Wendy Dell exploring Kinderdijk, Viking River Cruises; Mary Ellsworth, Cruise Consultant, with daughter Malia take center stage aboard Silver Shadow; Chris Calderon, Marketing, Walk with the Elephants Experience, Abercrombie & Kent Wings Over Botswana Safari


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Escorted and Extended Voyages
Alaska Adventure & Fourth Annual World Tournament Bridge Cruise RT Seattle | Aug 23, 2010 | 14 Days ms Amsterdam
GOOD nEWS! As we go to press, there’s still room for you avid bridge players on our annual bridge cruise in late August. To the delight of everyone, popular hosts Alice and Wayne Kinningham are returning, joined by Bill Fox and Joan Madrid whom many of you know from past Holland America cruises. Those who’ve taken the bridge cruise in the past can testify to how much fun it is. (And, of course, nothing beats the excitement of possibly winning the Grand Prize!) From an itinerary standpoint, this cruise is a winner as well. With two full weeks, you’ll have time to really experience Alaska. In addition to three days of scenic cruising (Inside Passage, Glacier Bay and Hubbard Glacier), you’ll visit eight ports: Ketchikan, Sitka, Skagway, Anchorage, Homer, Kodak, Juneau and Victoria. Please, don’t wait any longer to book; call now to reserve your spot. From $1,599 pp.

president’s cruise European Sampler London to Rome | Sept 11, 2010 15 Days | ms Prinsendam Escorts: Tom and Deann Baumann
Holland America always treats Cruise Specialists travelers like VIPs, but you’ll enjoy an extra dose of attention on this first-ever President’s Cruise escorted by Cruise Specialists president Tom Baumann and his wife Deann. (Think parties, an outside stateroom for the price of an inside room, dinner in the exclusive Pinnacle Grill and a complimentary evening tour in Barcelona.)

now let’s talk about the itinerary: It’s fabulous! In 15 days, you’ll explore the capitals or major cities of seven countries. After an overnight in London, you’ll visit Brussels, Le Havre (Paris), La Coruña, Porto, Lisbon, Portimão, Cádiz and Melilla before gliding into bustling Barcelona for a two-day stay. From $1,999 pp. Space is going quickly!

Bermuda Reunion Cruise Roundtrip New York | Sept 5, 2010 | 7 Days ms Veendam | Escorts: Lynn and Buddy Lewis
Holland America is returning to Bermuda after an absence of several years. (Those pink sands, pastel-colored homes, and gorgeous golf courses were just too intoxicating to pass up.) Share in the excitement of revisiting a favorite place on the newly enhanced ms Veendam. Sip your favorite drinks at Mix, the new champagne, martini and spirits bar; savor Italian fare at the new Canaletto restaurant; and sunbathe at The Retreat, the hip resort-style lounging pool, during your two heavenly days at sea. Look forward to an overnight in St. George’s and two nights in Hamilton where we have a special treat for you: a complimentary “Famous Homes & Hideaways Cruise.” Other reasons to book: the chance to sail with Lynn and Buddy Lewis and other fun Cruise Specialists folks whom you’ll meet at the hosted cocktail party. From $799 pp.

Grand Asia & Australia 2010 Seattle to San Diego | Sept 24, 2010 | 69 Days ms Amsterdam | Escorts: Tom Mullen & Ellen Bethel
Year after year, this Pacific Rim voyage is one of our most popular itineraries. And each year, Holland America tweaks it a bit to slightly change its focus. The 2010 highlight: an in-depth, three-day Great Barrier Reef Experience. We expect this to be a big draw for our clients – along with the fact that the cruise features overnight stays in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Bangkok plus visits to six UnESCO World Heritage Sites. Tom Mullen and Ellen Bethel have a special affinity for this voyage, so they’ll be back as escorts to the delight of everyone. In addition to these great hosts, Cruise Specialists is offering special fares, a pre-cruise overnight and bon voyage dinner in Seattle, our exclusive tour program, shore tour dollars, cocktail parties and surprise gifts. Don’t wait to book! From $8,999 pp; Segments available from $1,899 pp (Sydney/ San Diego).

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Polynesian Paradise & Incan Empires Roundtrip San Diego | Sept 22, 2010 | 60 - 65 Days | ms Rotterdam
Extend summer with a month-long sojourn to the South Pacific followed by a leisurely exploration of the west coast as far south as Peru. Depart from San Diego on September 22 (or from Seattle on September 18 for a 65-day voyage). Explore the four major Hawaiian isles, then cross the equator to the Cook Islands and French Polynesia (Raiatea, Bora Bora, Papeete and Rangiroa). Lastly, enjoy a heavenly day on Nuku Hiva in the Marquesas on your way back to San Diego. Stay on board Rotterdam which then heads to South America. Skirt the western shores of Mexico, S ha rro n , Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador and Peru. In B udd y, I r ene & To n y Kal Lima, change course and head north, calling at a new set of Mexican ic h, L yn n Z ip li n in ports en route to San Diego. Full 60 day cruise from $6,099 pp. g in C os
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Looking Ahead to 2011

Grand Africa and Mediterranean Roundtrip Fort Lauderdale March 12, 2011 | 62 Days | ms Prinsendam Escorts: Henk & Lucia Barnhoorn No International Flights!
If you love to collect interesting, offthe-beaten-path destinations most people have never heard of, join Cruise Specialists escorts Henk and Lucia Barnhoorn on this intriguing journey to West Africa, the Mediterranean and the Holy Lands. Sailing roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale aboard the smaller, 835-guest Prinsendam, discover such unique ports as Banjul, Dakar, Arrecife and Casablanca. You’ll also have the opportunity to enjoy maiden calls at Havre de Robert, Martinique; Lipari, Italy (gateway to Stromboli Volcano); Syracuse on the island of Sicily; Motril, Spain – the closest port to Granada; and Bodrum, Turkey from where you can embark on excursions to Crussader Castle. As always, Cruise Specialists adds value with exclusive parties and gifts. Plus, we’re giving you $100 in tour dollars on this voyage. This is the ideal cruise for those of you who have e Lower suit traveled to Europe before prices! and are looking for unique experiences; book by May 31, 2010 to take advantage of all the special offers. From $9,599 pp.

Voyage of the Vikings Roundtrip Boston July 23, 2011 | 35 Days | ms Maasdam Escort: Tom Mullen No International Flights!
Our clients love this annual cruise for a number of reasons. It offers delightful access to Northern Europe. It provides a welcome break from the hot muggy summer at home. It promises a fun Cruise Specialists escort; this year, the ebullient Tom Mullen. And, lastly, it features visits to cool, out-of-the-way places – places with hard-to-pronounce names like Qaqortoq, Nanortalik and Djúpivogur. Prepare yourself for scenery that will leave you speechless – such as the shimmering landscape of glaciers and icebergs that will greet you in Greenland’s Prince Christian Sound. Look forward to hopping into one of Reykjavík’s numerous soaking pools or discovering its geothermal beach. In all, you’ll visit 21 altogether different ports in Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Scotland, the Netherlands, England, France, Ireland and the United States during this 35-day adventure. You also have the option of choosing one of two segments: Boston to Amsterdam (17 days) or Amsterdam to Boston (18 days) should your schedule not allow for the full cruise. Either way, expect the Cruise Specialist VIP treatment: parties, gifts and access to our excellent tour program. From $5,499 pp.

Grand Asia & Australia 2011 Seattle to Los Angeles September 26, 2011 | 70 Days ms Amsterdam Escorts: Henk and Lucia Barnhoorn No International Flights!

grand This is such a great voyage, mariners you could take it every year save $500 if you wanted – and never be bored. nEW In 2011: the trek around Australia. During the second half of the cruise, Amsterdam will visit Exmouth, home to the wonders of Ningaloo Reef; historic Fremantle and modern Perth, gateway to Australia’s famed Outback (don’t miss the desert sunrise over Ayers Rock); vibrant Melbourne, deemed the planet’s most liveable city; Canberra, Australia’s capital and largest inland city; and, of course, gorgeous Sydney where an overnight stay allows time to hit all the city highlights and sample the amazing cuisine. Incidentally, this cruise offers a number of overnight calls to allow for more in-depth exploration in Tokyo, Osaka, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Henk and Lucia Barnhoorn are your hosts on this Cruise Specialists-escorted cruise. You’ll meet them and your fellow Cruise Specialists travelers at the gala bon voyage dinner party we’re throwing for you in Seattle the night before departure. When you book through us, you’ll also enjoy a pre-cruise hotel stay, onboard parties, gifts and $200 in tour dollars. Book now for best stateroom selection. From $9,499 pp.

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Above photos from left: Cruise Specialists’ exclusive tour to Pompeii, Grand Med 2009; Red Bay, Labrador, Voyage of the Vikings 2009; Marleen Odegard with new friend, Grand Asia 2009


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Cádiz (Seville) Funchal Cartagena

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) Kusadasi (Ephesus) ¸ Alexandria (Cairo) Sharm el Sheikh Safaga

India’s nancial and industrial hub. Fine Victorian mansions, chaotic bazaars, Bollywood glamour


Civitavecchia (Rome)



Mumbai (Bombay)


Set around a sparkling harbor framed by hills, shopping reigns supreme in this high-energy city




Phu My (Ho Chi Minh City) Kochi (Cochin)

Manila Koror

Puerto Limón (San José)





Expect a rich cultural crossroads — Hindu temples, Muslim mosques, serene gardens, sleek skyscrapers

Laid-back tropical city, gateway to the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef

Bora Bora


Beguiling French culture meets Polynesian paradise in Bora Bora


Manta (Quito) Callao (Lima)

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Tahiti’s lively capital o ers lustrous black pearls, a museum of Gauguin memorabilia and good swimming in lagoons and grottos








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Gems of the World: The Ultimate Voyage
2011 World Cruise | Roundtrip Fort Lauderdale | January 5, 2011 | 110 Days | ms Amsterdam | Escorts: Tom Mullen and Ellen Bethel
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We already have a well-established and wonderful group of travelers signed up for this grand cruise. Add your name to the roster and experience what it’s like to “sail with family” on a worldly adventure complete with all the bells and whistles. Seeing as how we consider you family, we’ll be treating you to a bon voyage dinner party and hotel stay the night before departure, and outfitting you in stylish apparel (a nice warm vest, jacket or pullover). And to make sure you have a fabulous time – all 110 days – we’re sending popular escorts and über-cocktailparty-hosts Tom Mullen and Ellen Bethel along with you. At the risk of bragging, you can see why Wendy Perrin of Condé Nast Traveler has chosen Cruise Specialists as the Top Travel Specialist for World Cruises for the past nine years.

About the Itinerary

It was painstakingly designed by Captain Simon Douwes following exhaustive research on the most successful Grand Voyages of the past. It includes ten overnight calls, nine UnESCO World Heritage Sites and three maiden ports. Among the places you’ll visit: Callao (Machu Picchu), Bora Bora, Auckland, Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mumbai, Dubai, Muscat, Safaga, Aqaba and Kusadasi. Look forward to a full circumnavigation cruise – beginning and ending in the United States, with no international flights required. now, that’s service. Ready to book? Please contact us today. From $16,999 pp.

Idylls Of The South Pacific
Join us for one, two, or all five of these incredible journeys from our Voyages of the Great Explorers.

DISCOVERING THE MAORI COAST Auckland, New Zealand to Sydney, Australia
17 Nights, Starts Dec. 15, 2010

THE LAND DOWN UNDER Sydney, Australia to Darwin, Australia
19 Nights, Starts Dec. 31, 2010

IN THE WAKE OF THE BOUNTY Easter Island, Chile to Papeete, Tahiti
17 Nights, Starts Nov. 1, 2010

ADVENTURES IN PARADISE Papeete, Tahiti to Lautoka, Fiji
15 Nights, Starts Nov. 17, 2010

$7 ,195

Fares from

per person*

SECRETS OF OCEANIA Lautoka, Fiji to Auckland, New Zealand
14 Nights, Starts Dec. 2, 2010

*Fares based on per person, double occupancy. Restrictions apply, please call for details. **Visa Gift Card offer can be taken in the form of a cruise fare credit. Credit offer good for any voyages departing from April 17 - December 31, 2010, excluding voyages departing October 24, 2010 and Papeete to Laukota, Adventures in Paradise on November 1 7 , 2 0 1 0 . P e r p e r s o n savings. Restrictions apply. Call for details.

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H A P P y A N N I V E R S A R y, C R y S T A L !
2010 marks the 20th anniversary for Crystal Cruises and you’re invited to celebrate aboard the two highest-rated ships in the world – ranked #1 and #2 respectively – Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony. On your 2010 sailing, look forward to: • 50% SAVINGS with 2-for-1 fares • “As You Wish” SPENDING CREDITS on all sailings • FREE economy air • CRYSTAL ASSuRANCE PLAN price guarantee ALSO NEW IN 2010: The Virtuoso program is offering prepaid gratuities, a complimentary shore event and a shipboard credit that varies by cabin category.

Tapas to Tiramisu Barcelona to Venice September 17, 2010 | 12 Days Crystal Serenity $2000 per suite As You Wish Spending Credit
A feast for foodies and oenophiles, this 12-day sailing between two of our favorite cities is also a designated Crystal Wine & Food Festival departure. World-renowned chefs and wine experts will be on board, sharing their talents at lectures, special meals and tastings. As a Cruise Specialists client, you can expect a special treat in Corfu: a complimentary tour including a feast of barbecued Greek specialties and wine at the popular Spros-Vassilis Country Restaurant. Other cruise highlights: an overnight in Monte Carlo and visits to Florence, Elba, Rome, Sorrento and Dubrovnik. From $6,350 pp.

Mediterranean Treasures Rome to Barcelona October 31, 2010 | 11 Days Crystal Serenity $2000 per suite As You Wish Spending Credit
In addition to commemorating Crystal’s 20th anniversary, this cruise celebrates Virtuoso Voyager Club’s 20th anniversary with a special shore event in Valencia. After enjoying a panoramic overview of the city, you’ll embark on a walking tour through the Old Quarter with its wealth of Gothic architecture from the 13th to 17th centuries. Then you’ll fast-forward to the 21st century with a tour of the amazing City of Arts and Sciences complex. A traditional Paella luncheon with wine is the frosting on the cake. Other reasons to book this cruise: an overnight in Barcelona and calls at Naples, Sicily, Valletta, Tunis, Malaga and Almeria (a maiden call for Crystal). From $5,465 pp.

Colonial Charm New York to Montréal September 19, 2010 | 11 Days Crystal Symphony $1000 per suite As You Wish Spending Credit
Our clients love to visit New England and Eastern Canada in the fall, so we’re happy to recommend this 11-day sailing which begins with an overnight and extended day in New York City, followed by port calls in Newport, Boston, Bar Harbor, Saint John, Halifax (look forward to a complimentary Virtuoso excursion here) and Québec City. An overnight in Montréal completes the journey. From $4,945 pp. Call us for additional departure dates.

Solo Traveler Refined Fashion Capitals Venice to Monte Carlo September 29, 2010 | 9 Days Crystal Serenity $2000 per suite As You Wish Spending Credit
Italy exudes style, so it only makes sense that this Fashion & Style-themed voyage is centered here. With late departures from Rome and Florence, you’ll have plenty of time for shopping on the Via del Corso and Via Tornabuoni. Enjoy an overnight in Venice and calls at Dubrovnik, Sorrento and Porto Venere as well. An ideal cruise for our single travelers, this Solo Traveler Refined sailing is escorted by the friendly and fashionable Jean Melcher. Enjoy pre-paid gratuities, private cocktail parties and a $100 pp spa credit. From $5,350 pp double; $6,310 pp for a single ($1,000 per person Shipboard Credit).

Holiday Sailings What’s your pleasure: the Caribbean or Hawaii? Why not give each other – or your entire family – the ultimate Christmas gift: a two-week cruise aboard the Crystal Serenity or Symphony. Our gift to you: pre-paid gratuities and a complimentary shore excursion.
As You Wish Shipboard Credit


Tropical Holiday Roundtrip Miami | December 21, 2010 | 14 Days | Crystal Serenity
ITINERARY: St. Thomas, Barbados (complimentary Virtuoso excursion), St. Lucia, Antigua, St. Maarten, Curaçao, Turks & Caicos. From $8,385 pp.
As You W Shipboa ish rd Credit

Grand Hawaii Holiday Roundtrip Los Angeles | December 22, 2010 | 14 Days | Crystal Symphony
ITINERARY: Maui (complimentary Virtuoso excursion), Oahu, Kauai, Hawaii, Ensenada. From $6,780 pp.



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Looking Ahead to 2011
Incredible SAVINGS on 59 Itineraries
Book your Crystal 2011 voyage by September 30, 2010 to receive: • 2-for-1 Fares • Free Air • up to $2,000-per-couple shipboard credit Remember: Regardless of when you book, with the Crystal Assurance Plan, you’re guaranteed the best applicable fare and a flexible cancellation policy – just in case.

Perfect Choice Dining

Debuting in 2011, Crystal Cruises will offer 3 dining choices in the Crystal Dining Room. Classic Main (beginning at 6:15), Classic Late (beginning at 8:30) or the new, Open Dining by Reservation (available between 6:15 and 9:15 pm). This option is an ideal choice for those who wish to linger a little longer ashore, indulge in a later afternoon spa treatment, or who just enjoy the flexibility of dining when the mood strikes.

Crystal Cruises Returns to Alaska

Just announced for 2011, Crystal Symphony will return to Alaska after an absence of 6 years. Beginning May 9 – August 13, 2011, Symphony will sail a series of 12-day itineraries roundtrip from San Francisco. Make plans now – call for details!

South America 2011
$2,000 per suite As You Wish Spending Credit, per segment Prepaid gratuities | Additional Shipboard Credit in Select Categories
Crystal Symphony heads south in January. Choose from a trio of voyages and explore your favorite region of South America – or circumnavigate the entire continent.

Book a 2011 grand exotic voyage by 9/30/10 to save 20% off a future 2011 or 2012 cruise!

Visit Mexico, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Peru as you make your way to Valparaiso, gateway to the beach resort city of Viña del Mar and, farther afield, Santiago. Featured on the itinerary: the tranquil resort town of Cabo San Lucas; Golfo de Papagayo (aka “Gulf of the Parrot”); Guayaquil, due east of the Galapagos; and Lima. From $5,095 pp.

Aztec & Inca Treasures Los Angeles to Valparaiso | Jan 5 | 15 Days

World Cruise 2011 Los Angeles to London | January 17 – May 8, 2011 | 110 Days | Crystal Serenity

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Antarctic Discovery Valparaiso to Buenos Aires Jan 20 | 18 Days

Final visit to antarctica!

We’re excited to announce Crystal’s 2011 World Cruise as we’ve just confirmed that Lynn and Buddy Lewis will be your Cruise Specialists escorts. If you’ve traveled with this dynamic couple before, you know: Lynn and Buddy charm everyone they meet; they’ll be an outstanding addition to this epic voyage. In addition to escorts, we’ll be offering Virtuoso amenities, including shipboard credits and seven shore excursions, on the cruise – all in addition to Crystal’s valuable amenities. Some impressive numbers: Crystal Serenity will visit 44 ports in 30 countries over the course of 110 days. You can look forward to 200 enlightening lectures, 50 fascinating speakers, 700 enrichment classes, 40 expert instructors and 75 talented entertainers on this voyage. (Just think of the stories you’ll tell and the memories you’ll have when you return home in May.) Full cruise fares from $55,470 pp. FuLL cruise guests enJoy: • 2-for-1 cruise fares (book by Sept 30) • Free First Class or Business Class airfare • $10,000-per-couple shipboard credit • Bon Voyage Gala and overnight luxury hotel accommodations in Los Angeles • Pre-paid onboard gratuities • Two exclusive shoreside gala events and special onboard events • Chauffeured private car transfers pre- and post-cruise Don’t don’t have 110 days? The itinerary is divided into seven segments. Call for details.

This cruise takes you through dramatic fjords and crystalline lakes before crossing Drake Passage for a rare call in Antarctica. Following a day in the Falkland Islands, you’ll head to the Patagonian city of Puerto Madryn. Rounding out the itinerary: Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay. From $9,740 (Cat C).

Tango in the Tropics Buenos Aires to Miami | Feb 7 | 16 Days

Overnights in Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro highlight this February sailing which includes a short visit to Devil’s Island, one of the three infamous penal colonies of the Iles du Salut archipelago, and calls at Bridgetown and Grand Turk. From $5,675 pp.

Up to $30,000 shipboard credits could be yours with a combination of our exclusive virtuoso bonuses and crystal cruises’ amenities! Call and we’ll fill you in on all the details of this must-take cruise.

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These are exciting times

for Seabourn. Last June, the upscale cruise line introduced Seabourn Odyssey, the first of three new ultra-luxury yachts. This June, the Seabourn Sojourn makes her debut; and in June 2011, the Seabourn Quest will join her sister ships. Catering to 450 guests, these spacious new ships boast the largest indoor/outdoor spa facilities of any luxury vessels afloat, four dining venues and a wide range of decks and terraces. ALSO NEW: a more relaxed dress code, with “Resort Elegant” attire replacing formal nights on seven-day cruises. And speaking of seven-day cruises, Seabourn has ingeniously designed these sailings to be linked together, thus creating voyages of 14, 21 and even 28 days – with virtually no duplication of ports. This allows you to customize your itinerary to fit your time frame.

Ask about our close-in private fares.

Baltic Sailings aboard the Brand New Seabourn Sojourn
Scandinavia & Russia Roundtrip Copenhagen July 27; Aug 22; Sep 3, 2010 | 12 Days
nothing tops summer in Northern Europe when daylight lingers on the sparkling waterways and “White nights” cast a warm glow on St. Petersburg’s gilded domes. While many cruise lines offer an overnight, Seabourn treats you to two nights in Peter the Great’s eponymous city. You’ll also enjoy an overnight in Stockholm – which many insist is the most beautiful city in the world. Also on the itinerary: Helsinki (site for your Voyager Club event 7/27 & 8/22); Tallinn, the capital of Estonia and Voyager Club site on 9/03; Szczecin, a Polish city not often found on cruise ship itineraries; and Warnemuende, gateway to Berlin. From $5,299 pp (8/22).

Rivers of Western Europe London to Lisbon Sep 27, 2010 | 14 Days
We’re excited about this cruise for so many reasons. First among them: It’s hosted by our very own Janet Lanterman and her husband, Kirk. Second: Cruise Specialists travelers enjoy a host of fabulous perks: private cocktail parties; two complimentary tours – one to the Normandy beaches, the other to the wine region of Bordeaux; Cruise Specialists’s exclusive shore tour program; and a surprise gift. As for the itinerary, you’ll appreciate the 36-hour stay in Rouen, gateway to Paris and the overnight in Bordeaux. Other highlights: visits to St. Peter Port, St. Malo, Lorient and ancient La Rochelle in France; and calls at Santander and La Coruña, Spain. From $6,649 pp.

October in the Mediterranean
Adriatic & Greek Isles Venice to Athens October 9, 2010 | 7 Days save p to Seabourn Odyssey u
We always like a cruise that begins (or ends) in Venice as it’s a must-see city that demands more than a one-day port call. Sailing down the Adriatic, you’ll stop first at Split; its “old city” is a UnESCO World Heritage Site. Then you’ll head for Bari, on the heel of Italy’s boot. In Katakolon we bring you ashore for an enlightening excursion to Olympia, ancient site of the first Olympic Games. (A Greek feast with wine is included.) Gythion, the small port town for Sparta, and Mykonos – with its whitewashed houses and domed churches – complete the journey. From $3,199 pp (Cat A1).


Greek Isles & Turkey Athens to Istanbul October 16, 2010 | 7 Days Seabourn Odyssey
Hopefully, you stayed on board in Athens (see prior voyage) and are continuing your vacation with a cruise through the Greek Isles – Mylos, Rhodes, Patmos and Khlyos – followed by a 15-hour call at Kusadasi where we’ve arranged a very special seven-hour excursion to the ancient ruins at Ephesus. This complimentary event save includes lunch at the up to Kismet Hotel which is 53%! set on its own peninsula overlooking the Kusadasi waterfront. From $3,199 pp (Cat A1). SAVE even more – Combination cruise $5,399 pp.

Maiden Mediterranean Lisbon to Rome October 11, 2010 | 14 Days Seabourn Sojourn
The islands of Spain and Italy dominate this two-week voyage from Portugal. After sailing through the Strait of Gibraltar, you’ll make your way up the east coast of Spain, calling at Cartagena and Valencia, before gliding across the Med – stopping at the Balearic Islands en route. You’ll love what we’ve planned for you in Palma, the chic capital of Mallorca: a complimentary trip to the charming village of Valldemosa where Fredric Chopin once wintered. The day includes a private piano concert and luncheon. With the exception of a day in Naples, you’ll spend the rest of the trip island-hopping between Sicily, Malta and Lipari. From $5,999 pp.


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Los Angeles to London | January 5 – April 27, 2011 | 111 Days | Seabourn Sojourn
Here’s your chance to see the world aboard a beautiful new ship. The Seabourn Sojourn embarks on her Maiden World Cruise next January, sailing from Los Angeles to Southampton via the South Pacific, Indonesia and Southeast Asia, Arabia and into the Mediterranean. The itinerary features overnight stays in Papeete, Sydney, Bali, Hong Kong (two nights), Ho Chi Minh City, Dubai, Safaga (Luxor) and Bordeaux (two nights). The ideal ship for a voyage of this magnitude, the Sojourn features 225 oceanview suites, 90% with verandas. Suites are spacious, with separate living areas and bedrooms with walkin closets. Large granite bathrooms feature separate bath and shower and twin sinks. You have a choice of four dining venues, including The Restaurant which serves gourmet cuisine by Charlie Palmer in an open-seating setting. Like other Seabourn vessels, this one offers a watersports marina which will prove especially delightful in Tahiti, Australia and Bali. Guests booking the full 111-day voyage enjoy a host of amenities: free first-class air, $5,000 per suite shipboard credit, gala bon voyage party and overnight in Los Angeles, exclusive special events and complimentary shore experiences, private car transfers within 100 miles of home, and Personal Valet® luggage service. Virtuoso program just announced – call for details.

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save up to 55%! From $49,955 pp Free First-class air & $5,000 per suite shipboard credit (book by 6/30)

Circle South America
Roundtrip Fort Lauderdale | January 4 – March 18, 2011 | 73 Days | Seabourn Odyssey
South America’s dramatic scenery and pulsating cities make it a must-see destination. Seabourn offers the opportunity to circumnavigate this amazing continent on a 73-day voyage – or explore the region that most appeals to you on one of four enlightening segments aboard the 450-guest Seabourn Odyssey. Save up to 56% – Full Cruise now starts at $25,299 pp.

Fort Lauderdale to Valparaiso | January 4, 2011 | 19 Days
After transiting the Panama Canal, visit Fuerte Amador and Guayaquil en route to an overnight in Lima where you’ll enjoy a complimentary Virtuoso event. You’ll also visit the Chilean cities of Arica and Iquique before gliding into picturesque Valparaiso, a historic port and university town that is also the gateway to Santiago. From $6,899 pp.

Valparaiso to Buenos Aires | January 23, 2011 | 19 Days
Chile’s Lake District and scenic fjords are spectacular to behold - look for German-style chalets beneath a snowcapped volcano. A complimentary Virtuoso excursion awaits in Punta Arenas where the Odyssey enjoys an overnight stay. A call at Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, and Puerto Madryn round out this segment which ends in Buenos Aires, “the city that never sleeps.” From $7,499 pp.

Buenos Aires to Manaus | February 11, 2011 | 20 Days
City lovers will adore this segment which begins in bustling Buenos Aires and features friendly Montevideo along with an overnight in Rio de Janiero (deemed “the most beautiful city in the world”). Look forward to a Virtuoso excursion in UnESCO Heritage city, Bahia. From $7,899 pp.

Manaus to Fort Lauderdale | March 3, 2011 | 15 Days
Your first stop on this segment is Parintins, an Amazon island town famous for its Carnival-like Boi-Bumba Festival. An overnight stay in the village of Alter Do Chao allows time for eco-walks and visits to Santarém, while calls at Bridgetown, Gustavia (expect a Virtuoso event here!) and Jost Van Dyke promise beach time before sailing home. From $5,999 pp.

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Tropical Sailings
The Caribbean

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Western Caribbean FEATURED CRUISE Roundtrip Fort Lauderdale | Nov 23 & Dec 10, 2010 | 7 Nights | Seven Seas Voyager
Fun and festive, these two holiday-time departures (the november cruise sails the Tuesday before Thanksgiving) are just the thing to get you into the spirit of the season. Sailing conveniently from Fort Lauderdale, the 700-passenger Seven Seas Voyager calls aLternate dates & ships first at Key West, a haven for famous writers, former hippies, struggling artists and sun Prefer to leave after the first of the year? seekers. Then it’s on to Cozumel where you’ll Departing Jan 4, 2011, the 700-guest enjoy a complimentary Virtuoso Voyager Club Seven Seas Mariner offers the exact excursion: an island tour that includes a visit same itinerary (minus the Voyager Club excursion), from $3,999 pp. to the lesser-known Mayan archaeological site of San Gervasio, followed by tasty Mexican Likewise, the intimate 490-guest Seven snacks and – si! – margaritas at Pancho’s Seas Navigator sails Jan 17, Feb 3 and Backyard. next, an extended day in Belize Mar 12 & Apr 8, 2011. From $3,499 pp. City allows time to go jungle trekking or cave tubing before continuing on to Santo Tomas, Guatemala’s largest Caribbean port. Your final call: Costa Maya, gateway to the fascinating Chacchoben and Kohunlich ruins. From $3,865 pp.

La Quebrada cliff diver

Panama Canal
What a great way to usher out the old year and ring in the new. These holiday cruises showcase one of the greatest manmade marvels of all time. The reverse itineraries feature the same ports; the 18-night departure adds Zihuatanejo. Featured ports: San Diego; Cabo San Lucas, Acapulco, Huatulco; Puerto Chiapas; Puntarenas; Cartagena; George Town

Eastern Caribbean FEATURED CRUISE Roundtrip Fort Lauderdale | December 17, 2010 | 10 Nights | Seven Seas Voyager
Here’s a Christmas cruise wrapped in a big red bow: a $900-per-suite shipboard credit when aLternate dates & ships you book through Cruise Specialists. The Nov 30, 2010 aboard Seven Seas private island retreat of Princess Cays is your Voyager; same itinerary as Eastern first stop, followed by a relaxing day at sea to Caribbean; $150-per-person shipboard enjoy all the amenities of the Voyager Club. credit. From $4,965 pp. (Our recommendation: a luxe treatment in the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®.) In San Juan, you Jan 7 & 24 and Feb 10, 2011 aboard can enjoy everything from golf and rum tastings Seven Seas Navigator; same ports as Voyager’s Eastern Caribbean except to horseback riding in the rainforest foothills. In tortola replaces Saint Maarten. Guests Saint Maarten, you can ride a Harley through have the option of a custom credit paradise or discover some of the island’s most toward a private shore experience or a talented artists on a special art tour. You’ll love $125-per-person shipboard credit. In St. Barts, playground of the rich and famous, addition, the Jan 7 and Feb 10 sailings and Virgin Gorda with its fabulous snorkeling offer a $200-per-suite shipboard credit at “The Baths.” Also on the itinerary: Cayo and $150 transportation credit. From Levantado, aka “the Bacardi Island,” and $4,499 pp. Grand Turk, home to white-sand beaches, white-walled courtyards, pretty churches and bougainvillea-covered colonial inns. From $6,365 pp.

San Francisco to Fort Lauderdale December 20, 2010 | 18 Nights Seven Seas Navigator
Celebrate Christmas and new Year’s aboard the 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator. Book through us and you’ll enjoy an $800-per-suite shipboard credit. We’ll also treat you to a complimentary Virtuoso Voyager Club experience in Acapulco. (You’ll have the chance to see those fearless cliff divers of La Quebrada and dine at one of Acapulco’s famous restaurants.) From $8,565 pp.

Fort Lauderdale to San Francisco December 27, 2010 | 17 Nights * Seas Voyager SevenDoes not including air, fees, taxes and surcharges.
Look forward to a $600-per-suite shipboard credit on this new Year’s cruise aboard the 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager. From $10,565 pp.


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Mediterranean Medley Rome to Istanbul October 9, 2010 | 12 Nights Seven Seas Mariner $700-per-suite shipboard credit from Cruise Specialists

Autumn in Europe

Valletta, Malta

Gems of the Mediterranean Athens to Barcelona October 27, 2010 | 12 Nights Seven Seas Voyager $700-per-suite shipboard credit from Cruise Specialists
This voyage covers a lot of territory in just 12 nights. Kusadasi is your first stop. We’re sure you’ll want to visit nearby Ephesus, one of the ancient world’s largest and most important archaeological and religious sites. The following day finds you in Monemvasia, where you’ll discover an ancient castle, Byzantine churches and a monastery dating back to 1150 in the uninhabited Upper Town, and the Moslem Mosque housing the Archeological Collection in the fortified Lower Town. You’ll call at La Goulette, Valletta, Trapani, Sorrento, Rome and Florence before heading west to Monte Carlo (where an 11 p.m. departure allows you to take in the glam Saturday night scene) and Marseille from where you can embark on a “day in Provence.” By the way, you’ll be glad you booked through Cruise Specialists when you arrive in Valletta where a private island tour and visit to Palazzo Parisio (“mini Versailles”) await along with a luncheon of traditional Maltese specialties. From $8,035 pp.

Transatlantic Crossing Barcelona to Fort Lauderdale November 8, 2010 | 15 Nights Seven Seas Voyager $800-per-suite shipboard credit from Cruise Specialists
Perhaps you’ve taken the Gems of the Mediterranean (or concluded your European vacation in Barcelona) and – rather than flying home in a cramped airplane – would prefer to make your way across the Pond in a leisurely and comfortable fashion. The very definition of “relaxing,” this 15-night voyage includes eight do-what-you-want sea days. During the first third of the cruise you’ll enjoy four port calls in Spain and Portugal. Look forward to Valencia with its many artistic treasures; historyrich Cartagena; Malaga, known for the sweet dessert wines that come from the hilly vineyards just outside of town; and Madeira, the “Island of Eternal Spring.” Toward the end of the voyage, you’ll enjoy an overnight stay in Hamilton, Bermuda, allowing time for a round of golf or a cruise to see the spectacular homes and hideaways of the rich and famous. From $6,945 pp.

With the exception of one day at sea, you’ll be on the go throughout this voyage which visits five countries in 12 nights. From Rome, you’ll head to Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance movement, then spend a day on the island of Sardinia. In Sorrento, you have the option of driving along the breathtaking Amalfi Coast, exploring Positano or ancient Pompeii, or visiting Capri. After a day exploring Sicily, you’ll touch African shores; from La Goulette, you can visit the ruins of ancient Carthage and Tunis’s opulent medina with its winding alleys and souks. next: Valletta, capital of Malta and a UnESCO World Heritage Site, followed by Santorini where your camera will be working overtime. Seven Seas Mariner then glides into Kusadasi where Virtuoso has arranged an enlightening excursion to the Greco-Roman archaeological site of ancient Ephesus. Rounding out the itinerary: a visit to picture-postcardperfect Mykonos and an overnight in Istanbul. From $8,050 pp.

South America

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Salsa and Samba Rio de Janeiro to Fort Lauderdale | December 17, 2010 | 18 Nights | Seven Seas Mariner
Think about it: You’ve been wanting to visit Brazil, and you always struggle with what to get your significant other for Christmas. Problem soloved: Book this sassy “Salsa Samba” cruise. In the spirit of giving, Cruise Specialists will treat you to up to $1,000 shipboard credit and a complimentary Virtuoso shore event in Barbados.

Dodi and Larry Clark and their driver/guide in Chile – Seven Seas Mariner 2009

The fun begins with an overnight aboard ship in Rio de Janeiro, giving you a chance to mingle with the Cariocas (Rio natives) who embrace the entire world with their happy vibrant rhythms. Then it’s off to Buzios and African-influenced Salvador de Bahia. An overnight in Recife (enjoy a complimentary show at the Theatro Santa Isabel with cocktail reception) and nearby Olinda allow plenty of time to stroll the narrow winding streets with their meticulously restored homes, churches and lovely plazas. Your final call in Brazil: Belem, the metropolis of the Brazilian Amazon region. Following a stop on Devil’s Island, you’ll conclude your cruise in the Caribbean. Think how much fun it will be to spend new Year’s Eve day on the isle of Dominica and new Year’s Day on St. Barts. From $9,055 pp.

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London to Reykjavik Aug 13, 2010 | 10 Days | Silver Cloud
One of the joys of sailing aboard the sleek Silver Cloud is the ability to sail beneath London’s Tower Bridge. You’ll get that opportunity on this 10-day sailing which begins with an overnight aboard ship in London. With a 12-hour stop in Edinburgh, you’ll have time to explore both the old town’s major historic monuments and the “new town’s” Georgian architecture as well as the dividing line between old and new: Princes Street, home to shops, clubs, restaurants and gardens. Invergordon is your introduction to the Scottish Highlands and the fabled Loch ness monster. next, you’ll visit Lerwick, a good place to purchase handmade Shetland sweaters, and Tórshavn in the windswept Faroe Islands. Before arriving in Reykjavik, you’ll enjoy port calls in two other Icelandic towns: Akureyri, located just 60 miles south of the Arctic Circle, and Ísafjörður, home to a vibrant cultural and artistic scene. From $4,878 pp.

Vancouver to Tokyo Sept 12, 2010 | 16 Days | Silver Shadow
This unusual itinerary combines an Alaska cruise, a journey to Japan and six relaxing days at sea. After cruising the picturesque Inside venetian society Passage, you’ll pay a members save an visit to Ketchikan, gateway to Misty additional 5% Fjords national Monument. You’ll ooh and ahh over Sawyer Glacier en route to Juneau, considered by many to be the nation’s most beautiful capital city. Skagway, Kodiak and Dutch Harbor round out the Alaska portion of the itinerary. Look forward to a stop at the remote Far East Russian outpost of Petropavlosk as you make your way to Hakodate, known for its annual festivals, vibrant market and stunning views from the summit of Mount Hakodate. A final call at Sendai, the “city of trees,” completes the journey. From $7,197 pp.

Rome to Nice Oct 10, 2010 |10 Days | Silver Wind
Ten days to explore Italy, Spain and France: What could be better? Following a leisurely day at sea, you’ll visit Ibiza and Mallorca, two of the principal Balearic Islands, followed by Barcelona, capital of Catalunya. On the French island of Corsica, Silver Wind docks at Calvi which boasts a spectacular setting and a lower town (Ville Basse) featuring a picturesque promenade and yacht-crammed marina. The itinerary includes up to $1,000 an overnight in Livorno, gateway to shipboard credit!* the Tuscany region and cultural centers of Florence, Lucca, Pisa and Siena. Your final port: Portofino, Magellan Penguins one of Italy’s most popular resort destinations. From $4,678 pp.

Nice to Istanbul Oct 20, 2010 | 10 Days | Silver Wind
One of Italy’s most thrilling adventures is a drive along the mesmerizing Amalfi Coast. Don’t wish to attempt this whiteknuckle feat yourself? Leave the driving to us on a complimentary Virtuoso excursion from Sorrento to Positano, “gem of the Amalfi Coast.” The day’s lunch is a treat as well: local specialties accompanied by regional wines at Chez Black, a local institution named for the eternal tan of its owner, Salvatore Russo. Other reasons to book this tenday cruise: port calls in Portovenere, Livorno, Taormina, Athens, Santorini and Kusadasi. From $5,262 pp.

Lisbon to Nice Sept 25, 2010 | 7 Days | Silver Spirit
Here’s your chance to experience the beautiful Silver Spirit which made her celebrated debut in December. The seven-day itinerary offers an overnight in Cadiz, allowing time to venture to Seville if you wish. In Malaga, you’ll embark on a complimentary Virtuoso excursion to Granada to see the Alhambra and 14th-century Generalife, the summer palace up to $1,000 of the Moorish shipboard credit!* kings. Included: a luncheon of local specialties accompanied by Spanish wines and sherries. A day in Barcelona invites you to check out all the cool Gaudí masterpieces, while your day in Marseilles allows time to explore Provence. From $4,118 pp.

Copenhagen to Stockholm Aug 16, 2010 | 7 Days | Silver Whisper
Silver Whisper is your floating castle for this storybook voyage that begins in Copenhagen, Denmark’s fairytale city. An 11 p.m. departure allows time to enjoy the summer evening and grab a smørrebrød, the traditional open-faced sandwich. Following a relaxing day at sea, you’ll arrive in Tallinn, where you’ll want to explore the Old Town with its cobbled streets and 13th- and 14th-century buildings. A two-night stay in St. Petersburg allows time to visit the Hermitage, Catherine Palace and Peterhof Palace – or take a one night excursion to Moscow. In Helsinki, you’ll be our guest for a complimentary Virtuoso shore experience: an excursion to Hvittrask via Diplomat Town, Tech Town and the Garden City. (A fabulous lunch is included.) From $4,587 pp.

*Shipboard Credits: $500 New Guests to Silversea; $1,000 Venetian Society Members


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Roundtrip Bridgetown Nov 6, 2010 | 7 Days | Silver Spirit
There’s something about november that just seems to scream CARIBBEAn! Ditch the dreary weather at home in favor of the balmy breezes and swaying palms of this turquoise-sea paradise. An overnight in Bridgetown aboard the beautiful new Silver Spirit gives you time to play a round of golf or explore some of the island’s 900 miles of pristine beaches. In Roseau, you’ll discover some of the best straw products in the Caribbean. In Basseterre, you can shop for gorgeous batik fabrics. On the small, seven-square-mile isle of Bequia, you’ll find some wonderful snorkeling beaches. Sure to be a cruise highlight: your complimentary excursion on St. Barts which includes lunch (a happy marriage of rich French flavors and exotic Caribbean spices) at the Hotel St. Barth Isle de France located on one of the island’s loveliest beaches. From $3,078 pp.

South America
Santiago to Buenos Aires | Dec 3, 2010 | 16 Days | Silver Whisper
If you’re someone who likes to be home for the holidays, this voyage is perfect for you. It departs a week after Thanksgiving and gets you home up to $1,000 in plenty of time shipboard credit!* for Christmas. You’ll enjoy a day in Puerto Mott and Laguna San Rafael before cruising the Chilean Fjords. During your two-day stay in Punta Arenas, we’ll treat you to a full-day Patagonia excursion which includes a visit to the Otway Bay Penguin Reserve and a tasting-menu lunch at Remezon, one of the best restaurants in the region. (Be sure to try the calafate-berry pisco sour.) You’ll spend a full day in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, before cruising Cape Horn and heading up the southeast coast of the continent to Puerto Madryn and Montevideo. From $6,998 pp.

enjoy up to 50% savings – when you book by June 30, 2010.

Silversea Expeditions aboard Prince Albert II
Would you like to travel off the beaten path – on expeditions to isolated and uncharted destinations without sacrificing the privileged Silversea lifestyle? Then you’re a candidate for an adventure aboard Prince Albert II, Silversea’s 132-guest expedition ship. Offering a fleet of eight Zodiac boats and an experienced expedition team, Prince Albert II can take you everywhere from the earth’s icy polar regions to the lush rainforests of Central America. While the scenery will be unspoiled, you can expect to be thoroughly spoiled – with ocean-view accommodations, complimentary butler service, a full-service spa, gourmet menus by Relais & Châteaux, and fine wines, champagnes and spirits served throughout the ship.

Roundtrip Fort Lauderdale Nov 22, 2010 | 10 Days | Silver Spirit
Why not celebrate Thanksgiving at sea – aboard the new Silver Spirit? Sailing conveniently from Fort Lauderdale, this 10-day cruise offers the same St. Barts excursion described above along with the chance to visit Turks & Caicos, Antigua, St. Kitts and Spanish Town. From $4,182 pp.

La Romana to Puerto Caldera | Oct 3, 2010 | 10 Days | Prince Albert II
On this cruise you’ll meet indigenous Kuna tribes; visit a remote Embera village; identify macaws, vultures and hawks; converse with spider and howler monkeys; watch for pumas and jaguars; snorkel, swim and kayak amidst colorful fish; and transit the Panama Canal. Itinerary includes Willemstad, San Blas Islands, Darién Jungle; Isla de Coiba and Golfito. From $3,197 pp.

Positano, Italy

Puerto Caldera to Santiago | Oct 13, 2010 | 17 Days | Prince Albert II
Sail down the west coast of South America all the way to Isla Pan de Azúcar, exploring remote islands inhabited only by sea lion colonies and seabirds. Keep your eyes peeled for humpback whales, dolphins and marine turtles. Search the jungle for macaws, monkeys, jaguars and pumas. Itinerary: Golfito, Isla de Coiba, Isla de La Plata, Guayaquil, Salaverry, Callao, Paracas, Arica, Iquique, Antofagasta, Isla Pan de Azúcar and Coquimbo. From $5,447 pp.

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Experience the Ultimate:

the cunard grills

To be sure, a Cunard voyage is the very definition of style, taste and luxury. Yet for those who wish to experience the pinnacle of sophisticated cruising, the Cunard Grills is the crème de la crème. Grills suites and penthouses are among the most sumptuous at sea, ranging from 335 to 2,249 square feet. There you’ll find your own personalized stationery, pre-dinner canapés each evening and the services of a private butler. And, as a privileged Grills guest, you’ll also enjoy dinner in the exclusive Grills Restaurants and access to a private lounge for afternoon tea, pre-dinner tipples or a sociable nightcap.

Transatlantic Crossing
This is it: the iconic “across the Pond” sailing for which Cunard is famous. Add your name to the distinguished roster of travelers who’ve made the journey over the past 170 years. Choose from three westbound dates this fall and we’ll add up to $300 Shipboard Credit. By the way, this would be the perfect time and place to try out the Cunard Grills Experience. Oct 1, 19 and nov 10, all Southampton to New York – Grill accommodations from $2,795 pp (based on 11/10, P2).

The Mediterranean aboard Queen Victoria
There’s nothing like greeting Europe’s historic ports from the deck of the regal Queen Victoria. This autumn, the venerable ship embarks on a series of 12-day itineraries that begin and end in the Mediterranean. Book one of the following two itineraries through us and receive a shipboard credit ranging from $75 to $150 pp (depending on cabin category) and French Champagne.

Mediterranean Odyssey Venice to Barcelona | October 7, 2010 | 12 Days Dancing aboard Queen Mary 2 Caribbean Delights Roundtrip New York November 27, 2010 | 11 Days
We can safely say that Cunard offers the best ballrooms at sea – and that Queen Mary 2 is the absolute best venue for a dance cruise. Departing two days after Thanksgiving, this festive voyage promises to be the best dance cruise yet. Well-known instructors Ron Troy and Barbara Strong will be on board to help you polish your moves during the two hours of instruction each sea day. And exclusive dance hosts Aki Watanabe and William Powers will join Cruise Specialists host John Gearity in ensuring that all Cruise Specialists guests have the time of their lives. Trade your dance shoes for walking shoes in St. Thomas, St. Lucia, Grenada, Barbados and the Turks & Caicos. From $1,495 pp. Itinerary: Venice (overnight), Dubrovnik, Katakolon, Mykonos, Istanbul, Kusadasi, Messina, Rome, Florence, Marseille and Barcelona. Balcony fares from $2,595 pp.

Ancient Treasures Roundtrip Rome | Nov 12, 2010 | 12 Days

save up to $1,000 pp in Balcony staterooms!

Itinerary: Rome, Messina, Valletta, Port Said, Limassol, Rhodes, Kusadasi, Athens, Naples, Rome. Balcony fare from $1,995 pp.

The Debut & Maiden World Cruise of the Queen Elizabeth
World Cruise 2011 New York to Southampton | Jan 13, 2011 | 95 Days | Escort: Dierdre Irlam
Hail the new queen! The 2,092-guest Queen Elizabeth, designed with exclusive features all her own, will set off on her first world voyage in January. Bookings have been brisk as her eager subjects can’t wait to experience the excitement and gala festivities that go hand in hand with an inaugural world cruise and its 35 maiden ports of call. After transiting the Panama Canal, you’ll visit Hawaii, Samoa and Fiji en route to Australia and New Zealand. Look forward to overnights in Sydney, Hong Kong and Dubai, along with visits to great cities such as Singapore, Mumbai, Athens and Rome. We have limited outside and balcony space still available. From $20,995 pp.

Al and Wendy Tippett aboard the Queen Mary 2.


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Europe à la Oceania
Oceania Cruises has a large and loyal fan base. As a result, their cruises sell out quickly – so quickly, in fact, that we’re now promoting summer 2011 voyages. If you’re someone who appreciates an intimate onboard ambiance and unique, off-the-beaten-path ports, you’ll want to book immediately.

Book by august 31, 2010 and enjoy 2-for-1 cruise Fares pLus Free airfare on these Featured european cruises

Introducing Marina
We can’t wait for Oceania’s new Marina to make her debut next January. And, apparently, neither can you. Her inaugural sailing is already sold out, but we have secured group space on several subsequent sailings so – if you act quickly – you can be among the first to review this much-touted new vessel.

Eastern Mediterranean aboard Nautica
Wonders of the Ancients Rome to Athens June 13, 2011 | 14 Days Cruise Specialists Added Value: Pre-paid gratuities
Come face to face with the ancient world while savoring all the contemporary amenities of the 684-guest Nautica. This two-week cruise takes you to seven countries, beginning with Italy where calls at Sorrento and Taormina await. From Zakynthos, head south across the Mediterranean to Egypt’s Alexandria and Cairo, and Israel’s Haifa and Jerusalem (overnight). Full days in Cyprus and Syria precede visits to Alanya and Ephesus in Turkey. From $4,999 pp.

Inspired Sailings aboard Insignia
Lands of the Midnight Sun Copenhagen to London June 23, 2011 | 18 Days Cruise Specialists Added Value: $250-per-suite shipboard credit
With the exception of a port call at Murmansk, Russia, this voyage concentrates entirely on Norway. Among the many highlights: Hellesylt, the country’s oldest Viking port; Geiranger, considered “the most beautiful fjord in the world;” overnight in reindeer-inhabited Honningsvåg in northernmost norway; glacier-dotted Spitsbergen (keep your eyes peeled for polar bears); and Harstad, norway’s northern culture capital. City lovers will enjoy the calls at Oslo and Bergen. From $5,999 pp.

Pearls of the Riviera Barcelona to Rome April 16, 2011 | 10 Days Cruise Specialists Added Value: Pre-paid gratuities
Spain, France and Italy are the focus of this ten-day sailing which offers a new port each day. Take advantage of the late 11 p.m. departures in St. Tropez, Monte Carlo and Amalfi to enjoy the celebrated nightlife. Also on the itinerary: Valencia, Palma de Mallorca, Marseille, Portofino, Florence and Sorrento. From $3,499 pp.

Northern Knights Roundtrip London July 15, 2011 | 14 Days Cruise Specialists Added Value: Pre-paid gratuities
The cruise begins with a jaunt through Scotland, calling at Edinburgh, scenic Invergordon, and Lerwick in the Shetland Islands. You’ll then spend two days in Norway, with visits to Ålesund, and Geiranger/Hellesylt. In Ireland, you’ll enjoy extended days in Belfast and Dublin, and a port call at Cork. Rounding out the itinerary: Douglas on the Isle of Man, Holyhead and Fowey. From $5,299 pp.

Black Sea Serenade Athens to Istanbul August 26, 2011 | 12 Days Cruise Specialists Added Value: Pre-paid gratuities + $50-per-suite shipboard credit
Ideal for those who have been to Europe on numerous occasions but have yet to explore the Black Sea, this 12-day voyage showcases the vast inland sea’s most extraordinary resort cities: Sinop, Trabzon, Sochi, Yalta, Sevastopol, Odessa, Constanta and Nessebur. En route to the Black Sea, enjoy visits to Mykonos and Ephesus. From $4,499 pp.

Vineyards and Vignettes London to Barcelona September 5, 2011 | 14 Days Cruise Specialists Added Value: Pre-paid gratuities
A cruise for wine lovers – or anyone who enjoys the good life – this two-week sojourn explores the sun-kissed Iberian Peninsula and the Atlantic Coast of France, areas renowned for their characteristic wines. Savor overnights in Paris and Bordeaux, and visits to St. Peter Port, Lorient, Bilbao, La Coruña, Oporto, Lisbon, Cádiz, Málaga and Valencia. From $5,299 pp.

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Celebrity Solstice in the caribbean
We’ve all heard the cliché “getting there is half the fun.” Well, in the case of the Celebrity Solstice, being onboard is an over-the-top vacation in and of itself. This groundbreaking ship – the first of Celebrity’s Solstice Class vessels – is the coolest resort in the world. (What makes it extra-cool is that this resort transports you to a number of fabulous Caribbean destinations as you play and relax on board.)

Double your Fun:

Here are just a few of the Celebrity Solstice’s awesome amenities:

The Lawn Club

Imagine: a half-acre of real grass on the top deck. (Think country club meets Sunday picnic.) We predict you’ll spend lots of time here.

Here’s something else you’ve never seen at sea before. Watch gaffers from the Corning Museum of Glass infuse their creativity into molten pieces of art. When was the last time you dined in a two-tiered dining room with a dazzling glass wine tower? Or had a choice of four specialty restaurants while you cruised? Vodka and caviar parings served on tables of crushed ice? A tasting room inspired by the napa Valley? Dancing under the stars? Prepare to be impressed.

The Hot Glass ShowSM Unsurpassed Dining Entertainment Celebrity LifeSM
life-renewing classes.

Choose from Two Cool Itineraries
Eastern Caribbean Roundtrip Fort Lauderdale | 7 Nights Year-round departures
ITINERARY: San Juan, Puerto Rico; Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas; and Phillipsburg, St. Maarten.

AquaClassSM Staterooms

Revel in the spa life in the 130 AquaClassSM staterooms offering unlimited access to the AquaSpa® relaxation room and Persian Garden. This onboard enrichment program offers a variety of palate-pleasing, intellectually stimulating and This new flexible dining option allows you to choose when you

Western Caribbean Roundtrip Fort Lauderdale | 7 Nights Departures through Nov 7, 2010
ITINERARY: George Town, Grand Cayman; Cozumel, Mexico; Costa Maya, Mexico; and Roatán, Honduras.

dine on a day-by-day basis.

Celebrity Select DiningSM


Inside from $599 pp; Veranda from $799 pp • FREE UPGRADE from Ocean View to Veranda for a limited time • 3rd and 4th guests from $349!

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River Cruise Journeys in China

There has never been a better time to visit China. Right now, Viking River Cruises is offering an incredible deal: 2-for-1 cruise fares, complimentary wine with onboard dinners and a $50 shipboard credit on all sailings through the end of October. This is all in addition to the obvious perks of visiting China with Viking: the ultra-comfortable accommodations, the gourmet cuisine, the cultural enrichment component, the bend-overbackwards service, and the hassle-free travel. You unpack just once and Viking effortlessly and gracefully transports you from one fascinating destination to the next.

Imperial Jewels of China Shanghai to Beijing (or Reverse) Departures through October 30, 2010 | 12 Days Viking Century Sun
This popular program is the ideal introduction to China. In just 12 days you’ll hit all the country’s important highlights. In cosmopolitan Shanghai, China’s most cutting-edge city, you’ll tour Old Shanghai and the Bund, visit a silk workshop and take in an amazing Chinese acrobatic performance. next, you’ll fly to Wuhan to board the Viking Century Sun, your floating home on the Yangtze for the next six days. You’ll glide through the scenic Three Gorges and wildly beautiful Lesser Gorges, and tour the Three Gorges Dam. Disembarking in Chongqing, you’ll fly to Xian, where you’ll stare into the faces of thousands of Terra Cotta Warriors. On the last leg of your trip, you’ll fly to Beijing where excursions to the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace await. If you want, you can even indulge in a traditional Peking duck dinner. This tour is a real value as it includes all meals, intra-China flights, hotel and ship accommodations and 12 guided tours. From $2,392 pp (July/Aug departures).

Roof of the World Beijing to Shanghai (or Reverse) Departures through September 30, 2010 | 16 Days Viking Century Sun
As with the Imperial Jewels of China, this journey features three nights in Beijing and two nights in Shanghai as well as two nights (rather than one) in Xian, and a six-day Yangtze River cruise. On this expanded tour, however, you’ll enjoy three nights in Lhasa, allowing you to fully experience the Tibetan plateau, known as “the roof of the world.” You’ll join a Tibetan family for tea, visit Jokhang Temple and Potala Palace, and tour Barkhor Market and Sera Monastery. From $4,400 pp (July/ Aug departures).

Viking Century Sun: the Yangtze’s Sparkling New Jewel

Catering to just 306 privileged guests, this beautiful ship features a balcony in every stateroom and a full Western-style kitchen. Like all Viking ships, she was “purpose-built” for the river she travels and represents the highest standards for service and cleanliness.

discover china With our oWn deBBie duncan! Want a ringing endorsement of the Imperial Jewels of China trip? Cruise Specialists consultant Debbie Duncan took the tour last fall and returned home so excited about the trip, she signed on as a Cruise Specialists escort for the October 9, 2011 departure. Keep this date in mind if you can’t swing a trip this year.

Coming in 2011: Viking Emerald
The most elegant ship in the Viking fleet, the Viking Emerald will begin gracing the Yangtze River next year. In addition to featuring all-balcony staterooms, she’ll offer the largest suites in river cruising, including 840-square-foot Presidential Suites with two flat-screen TVs, panoramic windows and a wrap-around balcony.

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pre- or post- alaska cruise suggestion

ClassiC First Passage to the West VaCation
available may 15 – oct 6, 2010 3 nights | vancouver, Kamloops, Banff or calgary Rates from $2,099 pp

ExpERiEnCE inCludES: • Two days onboard the Rocky Mountaineer • Three nights’ hotel accommodation • Rail station transfers in Vancouver, Kamloops and Banff or Calgary • National Parks Pass in Banff • Two breakfasts and two lunches • GoldLeaf Service includes customdesigned GoldLeaf Dome Coach, onoard attendants and gourmet meals

See Windstar’s Mediterranean
Rome to Venice | September 5, 2010 | 7 Days | Wind Surf
HIGHLIGHTS: Capri, Taormina, Kotor (Market tour with Don and Michelle) Dubrovnik, Hvar

Join Chef Don Curtiss and wife and business partner Michelle Quisenberry, owners of Seattle’s award-winning Volterra restaurant.

CRuiSE SpECialiStS addEd ValuE: Complimentary upgrade from a B to an A Stateroom + $150 pp Shipboard Credit (book by 6/30) From $2,632 pp

Best Suites at Sea 2009;, for MSC Yacht Club Royal Suites aboard MSC Fantasia

Y our Exclusive Enclave in the Med

Enjoy the exclusive club atmosphere on a choice of seven-night Mediterranean itineraries. A great flexible feature: You have a choice of several embarkation ports.

cruise line based in Italy. The company boasts a young fleet of 11 environmentally conscious ships, a cosmopolitan client list and a host of innovations – among them: the 2009 introduction of the MSC Yacht Club in 99 sumptuous suites on two of its Mediterranean-serving ships, the MSC Splendida and MSC Fantasia. A privileged “six-star” experience, the MSC Yacht Club category encompasses a 24-hour VIP concierge lobby; VIP suites with personalized butler service; a private lounge, solarium pool and bar; all-inclusive refreshments including select wines, spirits and specialty coffees; VIP dining in a reserved area of the main dining room; complimentary dining in the specialty restaurants; VIP massage rooms in the MSC Aurea Spa; and priority check-in and check-out.

MSC Cruises is a privately owned and family-operated

Roundtrip Barcelona, Rome or Genoa Weekly Departures through November 5, 2010 | 7 Nights MSC Spendida
FEATuRED PORTS: Barcelona, La Goulette (Tunis), Valletta, Messina (Taormina), Civitavecchia (Rome), Sicily, Genoa and Marseille. Yacht Club fares from $2,749 pp.

Roundtrip Barcelona, Genoa, Naples or Marseille Weekly departures through October 31, 2010 | 7 Nights MSC Fantasia
FEATuRED PORTS: Barcelona, Marseille, Genoa, Naples (Capri), Palermo, La Goulette (Tunis), Palma de Mallorca (overnight). Yacht Club fares from $2,749 pp.

Book by June 15, 2010 and receive a $200-per-suite shipboard credit! another Bonus – Kids sail Free on aLL msc cruises!


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In April, Azamara Cruises was relaunched as Azamara Club Cruises. The change incorporates a new emphasis on cultural immersion; as a result, itineraries now offer more overnight stays and two-day packages in must-see ports. Each of these featured 12-night Mediterranean voyages, for example, includes two overnights aboard the 694-guest Azamara Quest or Journey.
Book your azamara voyage now! • 2-for-1 fares on all sailings through March 2011 • Gratuities included Book by June 30, 2010 and receive: • $500-per-suite shipboard credit • $500 ChoiceAir air credit per person

Azamara Club Cruises in the Med

Barcelona to Venice September 8, 2010 | 12 Nights | Azamara Quest

Barcelona is a hot destination with so much to see, do and taste. An overnight at the beginning of your cruise allows time to admire Gaudí’s whimsical architectural masterpieces, tour the palatial Picasso Museum, and indulge in a late-night tapas tasting. An overnight in Venice invites you to take in a concert or indulge in a moonlit gondola ride along one of the city’s many canals. Except for one day at sea, you’ll be on the go, visiting St. Tropez, Monte Carlo, Florence, Rome, Sorrento, Dubrovnik, Kotor and Split. From $3,949 pp.

Rome to Athens October 22, 2010 | 12 Nights | Azamara Journey
It’s impossible to absorb Istanbul in a day, so Azamara Club Cruises has thoughtfully included a two-day stay here mid-way through your voyage. Use the extended time to stroll through the Grand Bazaar, explore the famous Blue Mosque and wander through Topkapi Palace. At the conclusion of your cruise, look forward to an overnight in Athens, the world’s foremost archaeological playground. Also on the itinerary: Amalfi, Crete, Bodrum, Ephesus and Santorini. From $2,649 pp.

woNdEr in MExICO and ALASKA
GREAT NEWS FOR DISNEY FANS: In 2011, disney Cruise line will have a year® round presence on the West Coast. The Disney Wonder® will ply the warm waters of the Mexican Riviera late-January through mid-April, and again in late-September through December, while visiting Alaska May through August. Whether your travel dreams take you north or south, prepare to be impressed. From the spectacular Deck Parties to the Movies at Sea and Character Dining Experience, the fun never stops. Throughout your cruise, you’ll rotate through three uniquely themed restaurants – Animator’s Palate, Parrot Cay and Triton’s. And should you desire a romantic adults-only venue, the alternative restaurant Palo offers sweeping ocean views and fabulous food and wine selections. To be sure, grownups will find plenty of adults-only areas aboard ship for quiet R&R while the kids enjoy terrific children’s program. BOTTOM LINE: A disney Cruise line ® vacation is a great choice for multi-generational families.

7-Night Mexican Riviera Cruises roundtrip Los angeles | Disney Wonder® Jan 23 - Apr 10; Sep 25 - Dec 26, 2011
Savor three days at sea, taking full advantage of all the fun and games Disney Wonder® has to offer. Step ashore in Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas. From $689 per person (based on double occupancy on the 1/23 & 1/30 sailings).

7-Night Alaska Cruises roundtrip vancouver | Disney Wonder® | May 3 - Aug 30, 2011
Historic mining towns, take-your-breath-away glaciers and incredible creatures (think bald eagles, bears and whales) headline this right-out-of-a-movie voyage. The itinerary features Tracy Arm, a long narrow fjord boasting two glaciers; Skagway, gateway to the Klondike; Juneau, the state’s pretty capital; and Ketchikan, the “salmon capital of the world.” Call today for pricing!

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Look for special amenities ranging from escorts and exclusive cocktail parties to complimentary shore excursions or prepaid gratuities or shipboard credits.

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Have you been to Tahiti yet? If not, you don’t know what you’re missing! Stunningly lush and beautifully unspoiled. Without a doubt, this is the time to go. Paul Gauguin Cruises is offering savings of up to 45% oFF standard cruise fares plus FREE aiR or two-FoRonE aiRFaRE from Los Angeles if you book your 2010 sailing by June 30, 2010.

Tahiti and the Society Islands Roundtrip Papeete | June - October, 2010 | 7 Nights
Enjoy two-for-one airfare on this classic weeklong sailing featuring overnights in Bora Bora, Moorea and Papeete; a day on Raiatea; and a day on Paul Gauguin Cruises’ own private motu (islet) off of Taha’a. Kids sail FREE when sharing a stateroom with 2 adults. From $3,145 pp.

Society Islands & Tuamotus Roundtrip Papeete | June 26; Aug 14; Oct 2, 2010 | 10 Nights
You’ll receive two roundtrip air tickets when you book this 10-night adventure in paradise. After visits to Huahine and Raiatea (two of the lesser-known Society Islands), you’ll sail to Rangiroa in the Tuamotus for an overnight stay, then return to the Society Islands for overnights in Bora Bora, Moorea and Papeete. From $4,195 pp.

dreaming of staying in one of those romantic overwater bungalows? Extend your cruise vacation with a pre- or post-hotel stay. We’ll be happy to arrange it. ambassadors of the environment youth program is available on the above summer voyages at a nominal fee.
Fares are cruise only, in the minimum category (unless stated otherwise), per person, in US dollars, based on double occupancy and include non-discountable amounts. Government fees and taxes are additional. Cruise Specialists’ and Virtuoso Voyager Club amenities such as, escorts, cocktail parties and shore excursions are based on minimum participation and subject to change without prior notice. Cruise Lines reserve the right to charge a fuel supplement for all guests and may collect such a supplement even if the cruise fare has been paid in full. Every effort has been made to ensure that prices are correct at time of printing, however, restrictions apply, prices are capacity controlled, subject to availability and may change without prior notice. We reserve the right to correct errors. Ships’ Registry: The Netherlands, Marshall Islands, Malta, The Bahamas, Bermuda, China, Panama and Great Britain. UBI #601123743 ProQuest Travel Group LLC, dba Cruise Specialists CST# 2096145-50 CSI493 BS 5/10

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