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CRUISING THE EXOTIC CANARY ISLANDS AND MOROCCO: CASABLANCA/MARRAKECH/TENERIFE/
LA PALMA/LANZAROTE/GRAN CANARIA

November 7-15, 2014
From $2,995 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare and taxes are additional

Join this unique and intimate nine-day itinerary showcasing the ancient ports and sea routes once plied by Phoenician triremes and Roman galleys. Cruise from the fabled coast of Morocco to the sun-washed Canary Islands aboard the exclusively chartered, 90-passenger small ship M.S. SERENISSIMA. With a port call every day and an included excursion in each port, balanced by ample leisure time, this unparalleled combination of Moorish treasures and natural beauty features seven UNESCO World Heritage sites, five UNESCO biosphere reserves, idyllic ports rarely visited by larger ships and the timeless monuments of two dynamic yet ancient societies—the Spanish and the Moors. Contemplate the contrast of ancient and modern while exploring the cosmopolitan city of Casablanca and medieval Marrakech and its medina quarter. Call on seldom-visited islands, where you can appreciate otherworldly landscapes that inspired painters, gaze into a 6000-foot-deep caldera carpeted with lush subtropical vegetation and walk beside picturesque Spanish colonial architecture. An Imperial Rabat and Fez Pre-Cruise Option and Madrid Post-Cruise Option are offered. Click here for a PDF of the brochure. 

KRAKOW
December 1-8, 2014
$1,399 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare included out of Newark, New Jersey

Krakow is a city dating to the early Middle Ages, when the original settlement functioned as a fortified castle on the Wawel Heights. It has a complex history that includes serving as the seat of the Polish kings until 1609, being incorporated into the Austrian Hapsburg empire as part of Galicia in 1846, and, during World War II, becoming the capital of the Nazi General Government administered by the notorious Hans Frank, who used the royal palace on Wawel hill as his residence. Today an intellectual center, Krakow is home to one of the oldest universities in Central Europe, the Jagiellonian University, first established in 1384 by King Kazimierz Wielka. Krakow is famous for being the setting of Steven Spielberg's masterpiece Schindler's List. A UNESCO World Heritage site, it is among the most charming cities in all of Europe. Click here for a PDF of the brochure. Click here to reserve your spot.

ANCIENT MYSTERIES OF THE AMERICAS
January 16-February 3, 2015
From $4,499 per person, based on double occupancy, free or low cost airfare from most major North American cities, airport transfers are additional

Discover breathtaking tropical scenery and mesmerizing ancient relics as you cruise from Miami to Lima aboard Oceania Cruises' Regatta, passing through the Panama Canal - one of the most legendary waterways in the world. Depart Miami for palm-fringed Key West, once home to author Ernest Hemingway, and then stop at Cozumel, a snorkeler's paradise with its fabulous sheltered reefs. See intriguing Mayan ruins near Costa Maya and Santo Tomas, admire ancient temples in Belize, and relax on idyllic white-sand beaches in Roatan. Be engulfed by exotic beauty in Costa Rica's lush rainforests before cruising the famous Panama Canal enroute to the port of Fuerte Amador and cosmopolitan Panama City. Sail the Pacific to Ecuador and explore Manta, a bustling seaport renowned for its splendid beaches, followed by Guayaquil, a revitalized city featuring a sparkling riverfront edged by museums, restaurants and shops. Continue to Salaverry, a gateway to archaeological treaures from the pre-Inca era, and on to Peru's historica capital, Lima. An optional Miami pre-cruise program and an optional Machu Picchu post-cruise program are available. Click here for a PDF of the brochure. 

CRUISE COSTA RICA AND THE PANAMA CANAL
January 17-25, 2015
From $3,190 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare and port taxes are additional

Behold the incomparable natural beauty of Costa Rica and Panama on an exhilarating seven-night cruise that takes you from Costa Rica’s northwest Pacific coast through the Panama Canal to Panama’s Caribbean coast. Travel from coast to coast on Variety Voyager, a 223-foot first-class mega motor yacht. The Variety Cruises experience promises ample leisure time in ports, allowing you to linger on shore in many destinations or join optional shore excursions (available at an additional cost) that allow you to surround yourself in the local culture, explore national parks and more. As you travel along the Costa Rican coast, take advantage of opportunities to visit Curú Wildlife Refuge, Manuel Antonio National Park, a botanical garden dedicated to orchids and much more. As you admire the lush scenery and the abundant wildlife, you will understand how this country earned its name, the Rich Coast. After passing through the 51 miles of locks that compose the Panama Canal, discover the natural beauty of Panama’s islands. Click here for additional information. 
 
SAILING THE WINDWARD ISLANDS: MARTINIQUE/BEQUIA/TOBAGO CAYS/GRENADA/ST. VINCENT/ST. LUCIA/DOMINICA
January 31-February 7, 2015
From $4,295 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare and taxes are additional

Escape the depths of winter on this eight-day sailing experience amid the Caribbean’s tropical Windward Islands aboard the exclusively chartered, 64-passenger sailing yacht M.Y. LE PONANT. Enjoy classic “life under sail” aboard this elegant three-masted yacht featuring all ocean-view Staterooms and an Observation Platform near sea level for ideal viewing of marine life and optional water sports. Cruise round trip from Fort-de-France, Martinique, into secluded harbors to explore the natural and cultural treasures of the Windward Islands. This custom-designed itinerary features Martinique’s Balata Garden, showcasing 3,000 varieties of tropical plants and flowers; Bequia, the most beautiful isle of the Grenadines; the awe-inspiring reefs and marine life in the lagoons of Tobago Cays Marine Park; Grenada, the Spice Island; St. Vincent and its historic capital, Kingstown; St. Lucia’s iconic twin mountain peaks, the Gros and Petit Pitons; and Dominica, where it is said there is a river for every day of the year. Click here for a PDF of the brochure. 

TAHITI AND FRENCH POLYNESIA: HUAHINE/TAHA'A/
BORA
BORA/MOOREA
February 12-22, 2015
From $5,595 per person, based on double occupancy, free airfare from Los Angeles, taxes are additional

Join us for nine nights in Tahiti and French Polynesia, with seven nights aboard the Five-Star Plus M.S. PAUL GAUGUIN, for an unmatched small ship experience amid the islands, atolls and motus of Tahiti, Huahine, Taha’a, Bora Bora and Moorea. This splendid opportunity offers air included from Los Angeles* and a whole host of complimentary features aboard ship: all onboard gratuities; select complimentary wine, spirits and nonalcoholic beverages replenished in your stateroom or suite and served throughout the cruise; complimentary water sports available for your choosing; and even complimentary personal butler service in suites and the highest-category staterooms. An onboard naturalist will provide diverse discussions and demonstrations about the islands’ history and cultural heritage. This exceptional program also includes two nights in the deluxe Intercontinental Resort Tahiti in enchanting Papeete, Tahiti, with an exclusive excursion to the Paul Gauguin Museum. Post-Program Options in a deluxe seaside resort on Moorea or Bora Bora are offered. *Air included from Los Angeles and Air Add-Ons have limited availability and are not guaranteed. Click here for a PDF of the brochure. 

THE PRIDE OF SOUTH AFRICA: NAMIBIA/BOTSWANA/ZIMBABWE/CHOBE RIVER SAFARI
February 18-March 4, 2015
From $7,995 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare additional

From Nelson Mandela’s “Long Walk to Freedom” and the rich multicultural heritage of the “Rainbow Nation” to stunning natural beauty and exotic wildlife, this 15-day, small-group travel program showcases southern Africa like no other. Enjoy Five-Star accommodations for two nights in Johannesburg, four nights in Cape Town in the legendary Mount Nelson Hotel, two nights in the MalaMala Game Reserve, one night in Victoria Falls in the historic Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe, and three nights on Namibia’s Chobe River aboard the 28-passenger, all-suite M.S. ZAMBEZI QUEEN river vessel. Explore “a world in one country”—Johannesburg, Mandela’s former home in Soweto, Table Mountain, Robben Island and the Cape of Good Hope. From the unique perspective of covered excursion boats and from four-wheel-drive vehicles in the Chobe and Kruger National Parks, enjoy unparalleled game-viewing and close encounters with elephant, hippo and antelope, not to mention spectacular opportunities to track crocodiles, birds and big cats. Visit thundering Victoria Falls, one of the world’s top natural wonders. Extend your safari experience with the Post-Program Option at the deluxe Stanley and Livingstone at Victoria Falls. Click here for a PDF of the brochure. 

GAUCHOS, TANGOS & TAPAS
February 22-March 7, 2015
From $4,299 per person, based on double occupancy, free or low cost airfare from most major North American cities, airport transfers and visa fees are additional

From Argentina's sweeping Pampas, home of the legendary Gauchos, and Buenos Aires' passionate tango rhythms to Brazil's cosmopolitan spirit and Uruguay's magnificant beaches, South America offers an intriguing mosaic of diverse cultures and stunning landscapes. Cruise this vast continent's eastern shores aboard Oceania Cruises' Regatta and experience the incredible natural beauty and colorful traditions that make it one of the most unique, treasured destinations in the world. Begin in the "Paris of South America," Buenos Aires, an unforgettable metropolis known for its European sophistication and eclectic art and architecture. Sail the Atlantic to Uruguay with stops in Montevideo, the country's vibrant capital, and Punta del Este, a chic beach resort dotted with museums. Continue on to some of Brazil's most captivating ports of call: Rio Grande, Porto Belo, Sao Paulo, Ilha Grande, Parati and Buzios, and discover pristine sandy beaches, exotic wildlife, botanical gardens and rich Portuguese colonial buildings. Conclude your adventure with a day in celebrated Rio de Janeiro, whose harbor is marked by the iconic Sugarloaf Mountain. An optional pre-cruise program to Iguazu Falls is available. Click here for a PDF of the brochure.

ALUMNI CAMPUS ABROAD: GREECE
April 22-May 2, 2015
$2,595 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare and VAT are additional

A land steeped in mythology and legend, Greece has captured the minds and hearts of artists and writers for centuries. The magic of this ancient land is yours to discover as you explore the ancient capital of Athens and the idyllic island of Poros. In Athens, marvel at the ruins of the Acropolis then examine the treasures and legendary sculptures housed in the Acropolis Museum. Journey to the island of Poros, your gateway to the Greek islands. Walk along the streets of Poros and admire its sun-drenched hills and sapphire waters. Visit Nafplio, nestled on the coast of a rocky peninsula, and wander its maze of streets. Travel to Epidaurus, home to the best-preserved ancient Greek theater. See the impressive archeological remains in ancient Mycenae, known in Greek mythology as the seat of Agamemnon’s kingdom. Cruise to Hydra, considered to be the most fashionable Saronic Isle. This Alumni Campus Abroad odyssey includes first-class hotel accommodations in Athens and Poros Town, all excursions and an extensive meal plan featuring wine with dinner. Click here for additional information. 

ALUMNI CAMPUS ABROAD: APULIA - UNDISCOVERED ITALY
April 28-May 6, 2015
$2,395 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare and VAT are additional

Delight in the age-old atmosphere and fresh flavors of one of the world’s most enchanting locations, southern Italy’s Apulia region. From breathtaking Polignano a Mare, your home for seven nights, travel along the Apulian coast on this exclusive small group journey and see why this sun-bleached land has been settled since time immemorial. Discover picture postcard views from the Via Venezia in the ancient Greek port of Bari. See Lecce’s lace-like, baroque architecture and wander narrow streets in whitewashed Ostuni. Visit the mysterious Castel del Monte. See unusual dwellings at the Sassi cave houses and the conical limestone Trulli and roam through medieval Trani at the water’s edge. Savor the region’s vintages on a winery tour and visit a family-run olive mill to meet the owners and sample the finished product. Enjoy other regional specialties, all excursions and informative educational programs throughout this Alumni Campus Abroad program that includes first-class accommodations, an extensive meal plan and wine with dinner. Click here for additional information.
  
ISLES & EMPIRES OF THE ADRIATIC
May 2-11, 2015
From $2,999 per person, based on double occupancy, free or low cost airfare from most major North American cities, airport transfers are additional

From glorious walled cities rising above sparkling seas to ancient monuments edging elegant piazzas, encounter the timeless highlights of Italy, Greece, Montenegro, Croatia and Slovenia on an eight-night luxury cruise aboard Oceania Cruises' Riviera. From Rome's port of Civitavecchia, set sail for Sorrento, a photogenic resort rich with southern Italian charms: Romanesque churches, terraced lemon groves, and an enchanting historic quarter. Take in a marvelous Greek-Roman theater in the Sicilian town of Taormina, and relax on pristine beaches in the lively capital of Argostoli, Greece. Then step back in time in Montenegro's port of Kotor, an intriguing coastal town backed by mist-shrouded mountains. Cruise to Zadar, Croatia, dotted with centuries-old churches and Roman ruins, followed by Koper, Slovenia, renowned for its stunning Venetian-era old town and grand Praetorian Palace. Conclude your adventure in Vennice - called the "Queen of the Adriatic" - a romantic masterpiece linked by winding canals and lovely arched bridges. An optiional pre-cruise program to Rome and an optional post-cruise program to Verona are available. Click here for a PDF of the brochure.
  
TRANSATLANTIC VOYAGE: NEW YORK/NOVA SCOTIA/
NEWFOUNDLAND/IRELAND/CORNWALL/LONDON
May 4-16, 2015
From $4,995 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare additional

This classic, 13-day transatlantic voyage is aboard the Six-Star, all-suite M.V. SILVER WHISPER, providing an unmatched small ship experience. This splendid opportunity offers many complimentary features aboard ship: all shipboard gratuities and port taxes, personal butler service, beverages in your suite and throughout the cruise and even complimentary fitness classes. Cruise from New York to London on a classic journey across the Atlantic Ocean, with port calls in two great cities of Maritime Canada—Halifax, Nova Scotia, and St. John’s, Newfoundland; along the ruggedly beautiful coast of Ireland, with an opportunity to tour Limerick, located on the picturesque River Shannon; and in the quaint Cornish port of Fowey. Onboard guest speakers will provide educational discussions on local history, nature and culture. A full array of optional excursions allows you to explore the ports at your own pace. Unpack only once! An excellent value for this one-of-a-kind opportunity. A London Post-Cruise Option is also offered. Click here for a PDF of the brochure. 

ALUMNI CAMPUS ABROAD: NORMANDY
May 6-14, 2015
$2,895 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare and VAT are additional

On June 6, 1944, a heroic formation of Allied troops achieved the largest coordinated military invasion in world history on the beaches of Normandy, triggering the beginning of the end of World War II. Walk through history on this exclusive journey through Normandy. From your base in the charming town of Honfleur, journey to the D-Day landing beaches, including Omaha Beach, led by a historian who will discuss D-Day’s events. Visit the American Military Cemetery, the Peace Memorial at Caen and the commune of Sainte Mére Église, one of the first towns liberated on D-Day. Stop at the German cemetery at La Cambe. In addition, you will travel to Bayeux to see its famous tapestry, indulge in a special tasting of Normandy’s famous Calvados brandy and visit the majestic Mont-Saint-Michel. This Alumni Campus Abroad program offers an exceptional value that includes all excursions, educational programs, first-class accommodations, an extensive meal plan and wine with dinner. Click here for additional information. 

CUBAN DISCOVERY
May 7-15, 2015
$5,399 per person out of Miami, based on double occupancy, Cuban visa fee additional

Cuba: Historically rich, culturally diverse, environmentally magnificent. For decades, the Caribbean's largest island - roughly 90 miles away from U.S. soil - has been but a mystery, perceived through secondhand sources and beyond the grasp of most American travelers. Now that People-to-People exchanges are possible, embark on a captivating journey that reveals Cuba's complex history and culture. This trip is specially designed to broaden the traveler's understanding of this nation of stark contradictions molded by a turbulent past. Time seems to stand still as you watch vintage 1950s-era automobiles roll along cobbled streets past beautifully preserved Spanish colonial buildings. With an intimate group of up to 25 travelers, share enriching activities that illuminate the realities of Cuban citizens, providing an ideal glimpse into their daily lives. Click here for a PDF of the brochure. 

RIVER ROUTES & CHANNEL CROSSINGS
May 18-June 3, 2015
From $5,299 per person, based on double occupancy, free or low cost airfare available from most major North American cities, airport transfers are additional

Take in beautiful Canadian towns nestled along the St. Lawrence River and historic cities edging the channels of the British Isles on a unique 16-night luxury cruise aboard Oceania Cruises' Marina. Begin in the "Paris of the North," Montreal, and set sail for Trois-Rivieres, an enchanting city sprinkled with picturesque old buildings and fine museums. Admire the iconic Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City, and encounter the idyllic scenery of Saguenay. Next, cruise the St. Lawrence to Corner Brook, a photographer's paradise with lush forests and jagged headlands. Experience Sydney's rich Celtic culture, savor the French atmosphere of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, and stroll past colorful row houses in St. John's. Then cross the Atlantic to the Emerald Isle, where Belfast charms with stately Victorian architecture and classic pubs, and Dublin beckons with renowned sites, such as Trinity College and St. Patrick's Catehdral. Explore Holyhead, surrounded by a glorious castle-dotted countryside, and relax in the Channel Islands' lovely St. Peter Port, before concluding your voyage in Southampton, England. A post-cruise program in London is available. Click here for a PDF of the brochure.

JEWELS OF ANTIQUITY
May 19-June 4, 2015
From $5,495 per person, based on double occupancy, free airfare from most major North American cities, port taxes are additional

Discover the landmark treasures of Italy, Croatia, Greece and the French Riviera on this 13-night voyage aboard the first-class MV Aegean Odyssey, a boutique ship that offers an informal cruising experience and unique access to remote inlets and quiet harbors. Begin your journey with two nights in Venice and enjoy an exclusive after-hours visit to St. Mark’s Basilica. Explore the Ducal Palace in Urbino and see Raphael’s house, birthplace of the painter. In Split, visit the palace built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Continue your voyage to the Greek island of Corfu, then return to Italy with a visit to Taormina. Marvel at the well-preserved ruins in Pompeii and Herculaneum. Delight in tours of Rome and Florence. Visit the French towns of Avignon and Arles before concluding your adventure in Nice. This spectacular program includes luxury accommodations, excursions, a lecture series by noted scholars, an extensive meal plan, and gratuities for select staff, guides and drivers. Click here for additional information. 

VILLAGE LIFE IN DORDOGNE
June 11-19, 2015
$3,595 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare and taxes are additional

Experience the authentic provincial character of Dordogne for one full week in Sarlat-la-Canéda, one of the most beautiful and well-preserved medieval villages in France. Stay in the family-owned PLAZA MADELEINE HÔTEL, formerly a grand 19th-century townhouse. Discover the region’s charming villages, medieval castles and prehistoric treasures through specially arranged excursions and cultural enrichments—the medieval pilgrimage site of Rocamadour and the fascinating prehistoric cave paintings of Rouffignac and Cap Blanc, all part of UNESCO’s World Heritage list; the perfect replica cave art in Lascaux II; a specially arranged performance of French folk music and dance; Sarlat’s famous open-air market; the English-style Gardens of Eyrignac; a specially arranged gabare cruise on the Dordogne River; and the exclusive VILLAGE FORUM™ with local residents who will share candid insights into daily life in Dordogne. Complement your exploration of France’s rich culture with the two-night Bordeaux Pre-Program Option, featuring an excursion into St. Emilion, one of France’s world-famous wine regions and a UNESCO World Heritage site. This exceedingly popular travel program sells out quickly every year! Click here for a PDF of the brochure. 

ALUMNI CAMPUS ABROAD: TREASURES OF NORTHERN ITALY
June 17-25, 2015
$2,695 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare and VAT are additional

From the sun-drenched beaches of the Adriatic Sea to the soaring peaks of the Apennine Mountains, Italy’s Emilia Romagna region is celebrated for its stunning landscape. Not to be overlooked is its array of art and architecture, delectable wines and sumptuous cuisine. Discover the many facets of this region during a seven-night adventure. Marvel at the Renaissance city of Ferrara and the priceless tapestries and lush gardens of the Palazzo Ducale in Mantua. Journey to Venice and stroll through St. Mark’s Square. Tour the 14th-century Doge’s Palace and admire the works that adorn its many apartments and salons. Discover the romance of Verona, best known as the setting for Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” Stroll along the streets of Bologna’s Old Town, considered to be one of the best-preserved historic centers in Italy. This Alumni Campus Abroad program includes first-class accommodations in Ferrara, all excursions, presentations about local history and culture, and an extensive meal plan featuring wine with dinner. Click here for additional information.
 
CRUISE THE FACE OF EUROPE
June 27-July 12, 2015
From $4,795 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare and taxes are additional

Winding through peaceful countryside, past storybook villages and fairy-tale castles, the Rhine, Main and Danube waterways showcase the best of Europe. Spend 14 nights cruising these three vital rivers aboard the award-winning Amadeus Silver and go beyond the surface of Europe’s beauty and explore its heart. Begin your adventure in Amsterdam for a city tour and a visit to the Rijksmuseum. Continue to the world-famous cathedral in Cologne then explore historic Koblenz and Würzburg, whose 18th-century Residenz was home to the city’s prince-bishops. Travel along the Romantic Road and admire the medieval towns that line the famous route. Tour Nuremberg, where the World War II trials were conducted. Visit Weltenburg Monastery, the oldest in Bavaria, and Austria’s Melk Abbey, an architectural jewel. Experience the magical city of Vienna and visit the Imperial Apartments of the Hofburg Palace. Your voyage concludes in Budapest, Hungary’s fascinating capital. Your program includes all excursions, accommodations and an extensive meal plan featuring wine with dinner. Click here for additional information.

PASSAGE OF LEWIS & CLARK
August 1-9, 2015
From $3,545 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare, airport transfers, and port taxes are additional

Discover the pristine glory of the Pacific Northwest - a region of unparalleled natural bounty and spellbinding beauty - where majestic waterfalls plunge down mossy cliffs and powerful rivers flow through deep, awe-inspiring gorges edged by steep canyon walls, rugged high desert and mountains swathed in dense, emerald forests. From Clarkson to Portland, follow Lewis and Clark's epic passage along the Columbia and Snake Rivers aboard the American Empress, the largest and most elegant riverboat west of the Mississippi. A one-night pre-cruise stay in Spokane, Washintgon's second-largest city, graced with beautiful parks, world-class museums, and a historic downtown featuring one of the largest urban waterfalls in the country is included. A post-cruise program in Historic Portland and Oregon's Willamette Valley is available. Click here for a PDF of the brochure. 

BALTIC MARVELS
August 13-21, 2015
From $2,999 per person, based on double occupancy, free or low cost airfare available from most major North American cities, airport transfers are addtional

Sail the Baltic Sea aboard Oceania Cruises' Marina to marvelous ports, where cobbled lanes twist past colorful medieval houses, lustrous gold domes and spires ornament vivid skylines, and ultra-modern architecture mingles with age-old masterpieces. Begin your luxury cruise in Cophenhagen, and sail to the delightful former fishing village of Warnemunde. Take in the town's landmark 19th-century lighthouse and charming, timber-framed cottages, or head inland to Berlin, Germany's captivating haven of history, art and culture. Cruise to Estonia and explore Tallinn's perfectly preserved Old Town, with its fairy-tale backdrop of enchanting Gothic churches, half-hidden courtyards and gabled merchants' houses. Then spend almost two full days admiring the splendors of St. Petersburg, a glittering metropolis crisscrossed by canals and dotted with onion-domed cathedrals and elaborate palaces. Before concluding your odyssey in Stockholm, visit the "Daugther of the Baltic," Helsinski, renowned for its fine neoclassical buildings, imaginative architecture, elegant gardens and leafy harborside parks. A pre-cruise option to Copenhagen and a post-cruise option to Stockholm are available. Click here for a PDF of the brochure.

MEDITERRANEAN IMPRESSIONS
September 13-24, 2015
From $5,299 per person, based on double occupancy, free or low cost airfare available from most major North American cities, airport transfers are additional

Immerse yourself in the extraordinary food, wine and culinary traditions of the Mediterranean, a storied region that conjures up spectacular impressions and delicious taste memories - from the fresh and hearty flavors of Provence, the regal elegance of Monaco, and the welcoming rustic beauty of Italy, to the North African charms of Tunisia and the proud cultures of Malta and Sicility. Join Chef and Author David Shalleck, Class of 1983, at a perfect time of year as you taste and sail from Barcelona to Rome aboard Oceania Cruises' beautiful ship Marina, a masterpiece of elegance and grace. Throughout this exciting voyage, you'll savor the mouthwatering flavors of the Mediterranean on land and at sea. David will lead two fantastic Culinary Discovery Tours and will be teaching two special hands-on classes at the ship's Bon Appetit Culinary Center, and you'll savor a gourmet dinner in the La Reserve by Wine Spectator dining room on board the ship. You will also receive a copy of David's culinary travel memoir, Mediterranean Summer, which he will gladly sign for you during a private reception on board. Don't miss the opportunity to join fellow alumni and revel in the region's dramatic beauty, flourishing traditions and sumptuous cuisine on this remarkable and unique culinary tavel adventure! Click here for a PDF of the brochure.

More tours will be added as information becomes available. Please continue to check for the most up-to-date schedule.

If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Tina Casella '94, G'04 at cscasell@syr.edu or the Office of Alumni Engagement mailbox at sualumni@syr.edu.



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