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Songwriter Paul Williams, Actor Milo O'Shea and Ocean Explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau on Radisson Seven Seas Cruises

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Songwriter Paul Williams, Actor Milo O'Shea and Ocean Explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau

Special Savings, Spotlight Themes, Le Cordon Bleu Cooking Workshops Featured

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL., August 2, 2005 - Guests of Radisson Seven Seas' "Grand Circle Pacific" segments will be entertained and enlightened while exploring Southeast Asia, Australia and the South Pacific this fall. Stars of stage, screen and song - noted Irish actor Milo O'Shea and Hall of Fame songwriter Paul Williams will showcase their talents on the 700-guest, all balcony-suite Seven Seas Mariner's October 10 and November 21 sailings, respectively.

Renowned ocean explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau will also join the November voyage and lecturers from Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society will be aboard all seven segments of the 93-night "Grand Circle Pacific" voyage. Hands-on Le Cordon Bleu cooking workshops will be featured on both the September 14 and October 24 sailings.

In addition, the September 14 and November 21 sailings feature two-for-one savings, and the October 10 and 24 sailings offer a choice of free economy air from 86 North American gateways or $1,400 off the cruise fare.

Broadway Onboard
On October 10, actor Milo O'Shea will sail the Seven Seas Mariner as she charts a 14-night path from Hong Kong to Singapore. O'Shea, renowned for his Tony award- nominated roles in Staircase (1968) and Mass Appeal (1981), as well as his unforgettable character Durand-Durand in Barbarella (1968), will screen some of his best-loved films and appear in Q&A sessions with cruise director Barry Hopkins.

The voyage, which calls in Hong Kong (onboard overnight), Hung Gai (Hanoi, two overnights), Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon, overnight), Laem Chabang (Bangkok, overnight) and Singapore (overnight), will also feature a complimentary hotel stay at the Bangkok Shangri-La as well as a Spotlight on Southeast Asian Cuisine, highlighting the foods of Thailand, Vietnam and China. Guest chefs from Southeast Asia will join Rob Lam of San Francisco's acclaimed Vietnamese-inspired restaurant Butterfly and top Shanghai chef Carlos Ropetto to provide guests opportunities to visit local markets, participate in cooking demonstrations and attend elegant dinners. In addition, James Beard Award-winning wine writer Lyn Farmer will reveal that Asian cuisines are among the most wine-friendly in the world.

"We've Only Just Begun"
Making a rare personal appearance, Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe-winning Hall of Fame songwriter Paul Williams will be on the Seven Seas Mariner when she departs Auckland for Los Angeles on November 21. Between calls at Bay of Islands, Rarotonga, Bora Bora, Moorea, Papeete, and Nuku Hiva, the 19-night cruise will feature the composer and his most memorable hits - including "Rainy Days and Mondays," "Evergreen," "We've Only Just Begun," and "The Rainbow Connection," in two concerts and two lectures.

Guests will also be treated to a Spotlight on Movies with Dave Fantle and Tom Johnson, film historians and authors of the book Reel to Real. The two will present classic films and new cinematic releases while providing intriguing looks behind the scenes in Hollywood with reminiscences of some of the dozens of stars they have interviewed over the years. Capping the Spotlight, the expert chefs of the Seven Seas Mariner will recreate some great lavish meals from movies, including Babette's Feast and Big Night.

In addition, environmentalist Jean-Michel Cousteau will be onboard to discuss the ocean's vital importance to survival of life on the planet, and a complimentary shore side event, "Tamure Welcome at a Sacred Marae" in the Marquesas will be featured.

Prices
Both the September 14, 12-night Whittier to Tokyo cruise and the November 21, 19-night Auckland to Los Angeles cruise offer two-for-one savings with per person prices starting at $3,898 and $4,998, respectively. The October 10, 14-night Hong Kong to Singapore cruise and the October 24, 14-night Singapore to Sydney cruise start at $6,956 and $6,521 per person, respectively, including free economy air unless guests opt to take $1400 off the cruise fare.

All fares include shipboard gratuities, wine with dinner and in-suite bar set-up.
Radisson Seven Seas Cruises was voted "Best Large Cruise Line" by readers of Departures magazine in 2004.

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Songwriter Paul Williams, Actor Milo O'Shea and Ocean Explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau on Radisson Seven Seas Cruises

diamondprincess.jpg

Songwriter Paul Williams, Actor Milo O'Shea and Ocean Explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau

Special Savings, Spotlight Themes, Le Cordon Bleu Cooking Workshops Featured

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL., August 2, 2005 - Guests of Radisson Seven Seas' "Grand Circle Pacific" segments will be entertained and enlightened while exploring Southeast Asia, Australia and the South Pacific this fall. Stars of stage, screen and song - noted Irish actor Milo O'Shea and Hall of Fame songwriter Paul Williams will showcase their talents on the 700-guest, all balcony-suite Seven Seas Mariner's October 10 and November 21 sailings, respectively.

Renowned ocean explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau will also join the November voyage and lecturers from Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society will be aboard all seven segments of the 93-night "Grand Circle Pacific" voyage. Hands-on Le Cordon Bleu cooking workshops will be featured on both the September 14 and October 24 sailings.

In addition, the September 14 and November 21 sailings feature two-for-one savings, and the October 10 and 24 sailings offer a choice of free economy air from 86 North American gateways or $1,400 off the cruise fare.

Broadway Onboard
On October 10, actor Milo O'Shea will sail the Seven Seas Mariner as she charts a 14-night path from Hong Kong to Singapore. O'Shea, renowned for his Tony award- nominated roles in Staircase (1968) and Mass Appeal (1981), as well as his unforgettable character Durand-Durand in Barbarella (1968), will screen some of his best-loved films and appear in Q&A sessions with cruise director Barry Hopkins.

The voyage, which calls in Hong Kong (onboard overnight), Hung Gai (Hanoi, two overnights), Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon, overnight), Laem Chabang (Bangkok, overnight) and Singapore (overnight), will also feature a complimentary hotel stay at the Bangkok Shangri-La as well as a Spotlight on Southeast Asian Cuisine, highlighting the foods of Thailand, Vietnam and China. Guest chefs from Southeast Asia will join Rob Lam of San Francisco's acclaimed Vietnamese-inspired restaurant Butterfly and top Shanghai chef Carlos Ropetto to provide guests opportunities to visit local markets, participate in cooking demonstrations and attend elegant dinners. In addition, James Beard Award-winning wine writer Lyn Farmer will reveal that Asian cuisines are among the most wine-friendly in the world.

"We've Only Just Begun"
Making a rare personal appearance, Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe-winning Hall of Fame songwriter Paul Williams will be on the Seven Seas Mariner when she departs Auckland for Los Angeles on November 21. Between calls at Bay of Islands, Rarotonga, Bora Bora, Moorea, Papeete, and Nuku Hiva, the 19-night cruise will feature the composer and his most memorable hits - including "Rainy Days and Mondays," "Evergreen," "We've Only Just Begun," and "The Rainbow Connection," in two concerts and two lectures.

Guests will also be treated to a Spotlight on Movies with Dave Fantle and Tom Johnson, film historians and authors of the book Reel to Real. The two will present classic films and new cinematic releases while providing intriguing looks behind the scenes in Hollywood with reminiscences of some of the dozens of stars they have interviewed over the years. Capping the Spotlight, the expert chefs of the Seven Seas Mariner will recreate some great lavish meals from movies, including Babette's Feast and Big Night.

In addition, environmentalist Jean-Michel Cousteau will be onboard to discuss the ocean's vital importance to survival of life on the planet, and a complimentary shore side event, "Tamure Welcome at a Sacred Marae" in the Marquesas will be featured.

Prices
Both the September 14, 12-night Whittier to Tokyo cruise and the November 21, 19-night Auckland to Los Angeles cruise offer two-for-one savings with per person prices starting at $3,898 and $4,998, respectively. The October 10, 14-night Hong Kong to Singapore cruise and the October 24, 14-night Singapore to Sydney cruise start at $6,956 and $6,521 per person, respectively, including free economy air unless guests opt to take $1400 off the cruise fare.

All fares include shipboard gratuities, wine with dinner and in-suite bar set-up.
Radisson Seven Seas Cruises was voted "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 August 31, 2005 09:25 AM

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