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Coming in 2010
Journey Through Vietnam
with Professor Richard Kohn
America's Historic Shores &
Canada's Maritime Provinces
with Professors William Ferris
and Marcie Cohen-Ferris
Treasures of Morocco
Ancient Civilizations of the
Paris to Prague
Bavaria and the
Oberammergau Passion Play
Spirit of the Rockies
May 30 – June 6
Join this small-ship voyage aboard
the National Geographic Sea Bird
and let a crew of experienced
naturalists and expedition leaders
introduce you to a land of fjords
and islands teeming with wildlife.
Kayak among icebergs, hike amid
towering spruce and hemlocks
and watch gravity-defying
humpback and orca whales.
Starting from $5,390 (plus air).
ACA Swiss Alps /
May 31– June 8
This extraordinary Alpine region
will inspire you as it did literary
luminaries in the 19th century
who heralded the idyllic treasures
of Switzerland and Italy in their
praise-filled travelogues. Enjoy
this pristine part of Europe with
three nights in St. Moritz and
four nights in Como. Starting
from $2,895 (plus air).
Flavors of Burgundy
June 7 – 18
Explore this region of France with
its medieval towns and remnants
of Roman times, on an 11-day
itinerary aboard the 138-passen-
ger Avalon Scenery. Sail from the
French Riviera to Paris along the
Rhône and the Saône Rivers, and
enjoy excursions to vineyards as
well as culinary outings and walking tours in gastronomic capitals
like Mâcon, Lyon and Avignon.
Starting from $3,207 (plus air).
Landmarks of the
June 15 – 23
Enjoy this voyage aboard the
luxurious Corinthian II to the
historic and artistic treasures of
the western Mediterranean.
Explore the islands of Sicily, Corsica
and Sardinia, the ancient sites of
Pompeii, Tunis and Carthage and
the splendid, enduring Italian
cities of Pisa, Florence and Rome.
UNC lecturer: Cecil Wooten.
Starting from $5,995 (plus air).
June 22 – 30
Though pastoral and relatively
remote, this northwest corner of
France has played an important
role throughout history, from the
days of William the Conqueror
to the Allied invasion on the
Normandy beaches during WWII.
Enjoy seven nights at the Grand
Hôtel de Cabourg. Starting from
$2,695 (plus air).
The Great Lakes: A
Voyage through North
June 27 – July 4
On the shores of the Great Lakes,
welcoming towns have changed
little since the 19th century—in
marked contrast to much of the
North American continent. Sail
the many scenic waterways
and locks aboard the 100-guest
all-suite Clelia II and thrill to the
thunder of Niagara Falls, witness
Native American culture on
Manitoulin Island and enjoy
warm summer breezes skimming
through the lush leaves of the
woody, rocky coasts. UNC
lecturer: Bland Simpson ’ 70.
Starting from $5,595 (plus air).
July 17– 25
Bring along your children on this
trip to three fabled Italian cities
that cast their spell on all who
visit them. With pizza-making
and gelato tasting in Florence, a
horse-drawn carriage ride in
Rome and mask-making and a
gondola ride in Venice, you and
your children are sure to develop
a lifelong love of bella Italia.
Starting from $3,495 for adults,
$995 for children (plus air).
July 22 – August 5
Travel to Scandinavia for an
unforgettable voyage along
Norway’s majestic western coastline of snow-capped mountains
and crystalline fjords. From the
Finnish capital Helsinki head north
to unspoiled Lapland, then board
your first-class passenger ship in
Kirkenes, Norway. Ports of call
include Hammerfest and the
Lofoten Islands, Trondheim,
Bergen and Oslo. Starting from
$4,795 (plus air).
Cruise the Black Sea
September 1 – 14
The shores of the Black Sea have
given rise to captivating cities that
have played pivotal roles in the
emergence of Western civiliza-
tion. Discover the lands of
Cossacks and crusaders, gods and
goddesses, minarets and mythical
beasts aboard the luxurious
Crystal Serenity. Starting from
$5,595 (plus air).
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