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June 14, 2005

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Leisurely Transatlantic Crossing Also Features Big Band Spotlight

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL (June 9, 2005) - Island lovers, those with a yen for open water cruising and chocoholics alike will find their tastes satisfied aboard their choice of luxury cruises on the 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager® this November and December. From the Caribbean¿s palm-fringed shores to Europe's "Island of Eternal Spring", Radisson Seven Seas Cruises® offers five itineraries featuring two-for-one savings, from a five-night cruise in the tropics to an eight-night transatlantic crossing.

Adding to this savory collection of luxury cruises is a chocolate-themed "Spotlight" cruise on December 5, featuring top pastry chefs and chocolatiers.

Relaxing on the Atlantic:
The restful tranquility of a transatlantic crossing is legendary - and the all-balcony suite Seven Seas Voyager makes everything effortless on her 8-night crossing departing November 13 from Madeira, an island renowned for its perpetual spring-like climate. En route to Fort Lauderdale, guests may enrich their leisurely days at sea by absorbing new cooking techniques from world-famed Le Cordon Bleu chefs, set to impart their culinary skills in a series of practical cooking classes ($395 per person, limited to a maximum of 16 guests per class). In addition, as the Spotlight turns to Big Bands, guests will be able to dance to the live music of the Nelson Riddle Orchestra (with none other than Christopher Riddle conducting from the bandstand).

Two-For-One in the Caribbean:
Sweeping ocean vistas observed from every guest's private balcony suite accommodations will help set the island mood on the Seven Seas Voyager's November 21, 28, and December 12 Caribbean cruises sailing roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale.

With something for every family member, the Seven Seas Voyager November 21 Thanksgiving cruise plies the Caribbean with calls at Key West, (overnight), Cozumel, (overnight), and Georgetown (Grand Cayman). Featuring Club Mariner, a complimentary youth program designed for three age groups ¿ five to nine, 10-13, and 14-17 - this seven-night voyage makes cruising an engaging intergenerational experience from grandchildren to grandparents.

Aboard the November 28 seven-night cruise, guests are invited to discover the sandy beaches of Nassau, historic San Juan, and the charms of St. Thomas and Grand Turk. Luxury goes exploring for five nights, on a short Caribbean getaway departing on December 12, bound for quaint Cozumel and enchanting Key West.

Spotlight Sailing:
A truly "sweet" Caribbean adventure charts a course on the acclaimed vessel¿s December 5 seven-night "Spotlight on Chocolate" cruise, highlighted by mouthwatering samples confected aboard by some of America's leading chocolatiers and pastry chefs. John Scharffenberger, a top boutique chocolate maker, will illuminate the art of fine chocolate and its strong ties to the Caribbean as the Seven Seas Voyager sails roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale to Nassau, San Juan, St. Thomas, and Grand Turk.

Prices:
Prices for the November 13 voyage are from $2,148, with the November 21, November 28 and December 5 voyages starting at $2,248. Prices for the December 12 sailing are from $1,648. All prices are per person and include two-for-one savings, fine wine with dinner, all shipboard gratuities, an in-stateroom/suite bar set-up and all soft beverages. Low-cost air add-ons are available from 86 North American gateways.

Radisson Seven Seas Cruises was voted the "Best Large Cruise Line" by readers of Departures magazine in 2004.

Press Release by Radisson Seven Seas Cruises

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Posted by Denise at June 14, 2005 09:31 PM

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June 14, 2005

Two-For-One Savings on the Suite Life!

diamondprincess.jpg

Two-For-One Savings on the Suite Life

Leisurely Transatlantic Crossing Also Features Big Band Spotlight

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL (June 9, 2005) - Island lovers, those with a yen for open water cruising and chocoholics alike will find their tastes satisfied aboard their choice of luxury cruises on the 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager® this November and December. From the Caribbean¿s palm-fringed shores to Europe's "Island of Eternal Spring", Radisson Seven Seas Cruises® offers five itineraries featuring two-for-one savings, from a five-night cruise in the tropics to an eight-night transatlantic crossing.

Adding to this savory collection of luxury cruises is a chocolate-themed "Spotlight" cruise on December 5, featuring top pastry chefs and chocolatiers.

Relaxing on the Atlantic:
The restful tranquility of a transatlantic crossing is legendary - and the all-balcony suite Seven Seas Voyager makes everything effortless on her 8-night crossing departing November 13 from Madeira, an island renowned for its perpetual spring-like climate. En route to Fort Lauderdale, guests may enrich their leisurely days at sea by absorbing new cooking techniques from world-famed Le Cordon Bleu chefs, set to impart their culinary skills in a series of practical cooking classes ($395 per person, limited to a maximum of 16 guests per class). In addition, as the Spotlight turns to Big Bands, guests will be able to dance to the live music of the Nelson Riddle Orchestra (with none other than Christopher Riddle conducting from the bandstand).

Two-For-One in the Caribbean:
Sweeping ocean vistas observed from every guest's private balcony suite accommodations will help set the island mood on the Seven Seas Voyager's November 21, 28, and December 12 Caribbean cruises sailing roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale.

With something for every family member, the Seven Seas Voyager November 21 Thanksgiving cruise plies the Caribbean with calls at Key West, (overnight), Cozumel, (overnight), and Georgetown (Grand Cayman). Featuring Club Mariner, a complimentary youth program designed for three age groups ¿ five to nine, 10-13, and 14-17 - this seven-night voyage makes cruising an engaging intergenerational experience from grandchildren to grandparents.

Aboard the November 28 seven-night cruise, guests are invited to discover the sandy beaches of Nassau, historic San Juan, and the charms of St. Thomas and Grand Turk. Luxury goes exploring for five nights, on a short Caribbean getaway departing on December 12, bound for quaint Cozumel and enchanting Key West.

Spotlight Sailing:
A truly "sweet" Caribbean adventure charts a course on the acclaimed vessel¿s December 5 seven-night "Spotlight on Chocolate" cruise, highlighted by mouthwatering samples confected aboard by some of America's leading chocolatiers and pastry chefs. John Scharffenberger, a top boutique chocolate maker, will illuminate the art of fine chocolate and its strong ties to the Caribbean as the Seven Seas Voyager sails roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale to Nassau, San Juan, St. Thomas, and Grand Turk.

Prices:
Prices for the November 13 voyage are from $2,148, with the November 21, November 28 and December 5 voyages starting at $2,248. Prices for the December 12 sailing are from $1,648. All prices are per person and include two-for-one savings, fine wine with dinner, all shipboard gratuities, an in-stateroom/suite bar set-up and all soft beverages. Low-cost air add-ons are available from 86 North American gateways.

Radisson Seven Seas Cruises was voted the "Best Large Cruise Line" by readers of Departures magazine in 2004.

Press Release by Radisson Seven Seas Cruises

Read A Review On Seven Seas Mariner
Information On Radisson Seven Seas Alaska Cruises
Information On Radisson Seven Seas Mexican Riviera Cruises
Information On Radisson Seven Seas Tahiti Cruises

Posted by Denise at June 14, 2005 09:31 PM

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