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– How Close to Luxury Can Celebrity’s Smallest Ship Get? Part II
– How Close to Luxury Can Celebrity’s Smallest Ship Get? Part III
– How Close to Luxury Can Celebrity’s Smallest Ship Get? Part IV
– How Close to Luxury Can Celebrity’s Smallest Ship Get? – Some Final Observations and Thoughts
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– The Adventure Begins…With a Bump or Two
– Settling In Made Easy
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– Dining With the Captain and the Reidel Wine Seminar
– The Last Dinner (Tuscan Grille) and Disembarkation
– What Happens When A Class Act Meets Highly Discounted Cruise Fare
– Lisbon to Monaco: Crystal As a “Move Up” & “Move Over” Luxury Option – Part I
– Lisbon to Monaco: Crystal As a “Move Up” & “Move Over” Luxury Option – Part II
– Lisbon to Monaco: Crystal As a “Move Up” & “Move Over” Luxury Option – Part III
– Lisbon to Monaco: Crystal As a “Move Up” & “Move Over” Luxury Option – Part IV (Food & Wine!)
– Princess Cruises Doesn’t Treat You Like Royalty; Celebrity Cruises Does! Which is a Better Value for the Upscale Cruise Guest? Part I
– Celebrity Silhouette vs. -Royal Princess – Which Is A Better Value For The Upscale Cruise Guest? Part II: The Standard Veranda Staterooms
– Celebrity Silhouette vs. Royal Princess – Which Is A Better Value For The Upscale Cruise Guest? Part III: Treating You Right From The Start
– Celebrity Silhouette vs. Royal Princess – Which Is A Better Value For The Upscale Cruise Guest? Part IV: The Wine Lists Speak Volumes (As Do The Beverage Packages)
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– Italy and Corisca 2014 – Part II (Getting There, The Stateroom and First Impressions)
– Italy and Corisca 2014 – Part III (“You Can’t Teach Five Star Service” and Bonafacio, Corsica)
– Italy and Corisca 2014 – Part IV (Calvi, Monaco, Portofino, Porto Azzurro…and Stale Bread)
– Italy and Corisca 2014 – Part V (My Last Day…and How The Chef’s Team Makes It Happen)
Seabourn Sojourn’s 111 day Maiden World Cruise is now available for booking.
(If you want to “whet your whistle” read how fantastic the present World Cruise on the Seabourn Odyssey is going, stop by The Gold Standard Luxury Travel Forum’s thread which is following the comments of the very happy world cruisers: Seabourn Odyssey World Cruise.
Departing from Los Angeles, California on January 5, 2011 its first stop will be the Marquesas and French Polynesia followed by New Zealand and Australia…but this time Seabourn will be taking a southern and western route, after ending its first segment in Sydney.
The Seabourn Sojourn’s second segment calls on Melbourne and then will be visiting Adelaide and Fremantle before heading north to Indonesia, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
The third segment consists of Viet Nam, Cambodia, Thailand ending in Singapore.
From Singapore, the Seabourn Sojourn’s fourth cruises to different ports in Malaysia and Thailand before heading to India and then Dubai.
From Dubai there the Seabourn Sojourn cruises to Oman, Egypt, Jordan and Israel followed by port calls in Crete, Greece and Sorrento, Italy before arriving in Rome.
The final leg is a very familiar cruise from Rome to Southampton, England with calls in Spain, Portugal and 2 2/1 days in Bordeaux, France, ending on April 27, 2011.
For Full World Cruise guests each suite receives First Class Air, 300 pounds of luggage valet, all private car transfers (from home to airport to yacht and back), $2,000 onboard credit, 5 exclusive Full World Cruise events and 6 World Cruise events – all included in the cruise fare.
Obviously as your cruise length shortens, the benefits do as well, but even those on a single segment are treated in Seabourn Style, with included each suite receiving economy air, 125 pounds of luggage valet, airport to/from yacht transfers, a $300 onboard credit and a World Cruise event included in their fare.
With Full World Cruise prices starting at US$60,696.38 and segments starting at US$7,952.24 (including all taxes, fees and airfare) the value and luxury is simply incomparable.
Call me at (877) 2GO-LUXURY (or +1 732 383 7398) or email me at email@example.com for more information or to book your World Cruise.
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