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2012 MEDITERRANEAN

Therese Klaveness By Ambassador


Yachting Life SEADREAM’S twin mega yachts are a balance of casual comfort and refined elegance. “Yachting” defines the lifestyle aboard. From the moment you are welcomed aboard, the smiling faces make you feel as if you are with friends aboard a private yacht. Be as relaxed or as active as you like. It is all about personal choice. When yachting, you can… - Experience intimate yachting harbors and ports - Stay overnight in port to enjoy the nightlife - Dine alfresco on deck or in the elegant Dining Salon - Play with the water toys or swim from the yacht’s Marina - Relax on the spacious pool deck or in the jacuzzi - Join a shoreside activity with the crew - Luxuriate at the SEADREAM Spa - Enjoy the “Top of the Yacht” bar with 360 ° views - Sleep under the stars on a Balinese DREAM Bed - Watch Starlit Movies™ on deck - Visit the bridge with clearance from the Captain “Enjoyed an exceptional and outstanding experience of traveling like on a private yacht. Shall certainly be back onboard soon!” Rolf Ochsner, Meilen, Switzerland

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By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

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Dream Cuisine The culinary art of each of our chefs begins with the expertly designed Menu. They are planning an adventure for your senses. Aboard a SEADREAM yacht you will always enjoy “Cuisine A La Minute” with the freshest of ingredients often selected by the chef locally. A fine wine is the perfect compliment to the artfully prepared cuisine and SEADREAM’S Wine Cellar is stocked with a wide selection of Old and New World wines for your enjoyment. From the Early Riser’s Coffee to dining alfresco on deck, or in the elegantly appointed Dining Salon, SEADREAM’S cuisine and impeccable service is certain to make dining aboard a SEADREAM yacht unforgettable. “Dinner outside on Deck 6, under a full moon, while anchored off Portovenere was unforgettable.” Greg DeClemente, New York, NY USA “The Best Cruise Food to be found on ultra-luxury boutique cruise lines in 2010…with SeaDream leading the way in food service.” Prow’s Edge Cruise Magazine

By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

+47 928 58 458

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Water Sports Marina What would yachting be without the proper toys? Both yachts have a retractable Water Sports Marina providing a variety of exciting water activities. Enjoy a swim, or if you are feeling energetic, you can take pleasure in our complimentary water sports equipment: - WaveRunners - Laser Sailboat - Hobie Cat™ catamarans - Glass Bottom Kayaks - Banana Boat - Tube, wake boards and water skis - Snorkeling Gear - Zodiac rides - Floating Island & Trampoline “Just reach into your imagination and find things that you’d love to do on a cruise, like a beautiful real beach barbeque, wave runners, glass bottom kayaks, Hobie Cats, snorkel gear, water skiing, wake boards and much more in water sports.” Shipboardcruiser.com

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By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

+47 928 58 458

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World´s Best Since our founding in 2001, SEADREAM YACHT CLUB, with its twin, elegant mega-yachts SEADREAM I and II, has received multiple awards, honors and accolades from authoritative travel publications, various industry organizations and unsolicited guest comments. Expressions of excellence such as “World´s Best” and “Best of Class” have validated the highly accepted and unique nature of the SEADREAM experiences; an exquisite, elegantly casual and leisurely seagoing holiday that reflects SEADREAM`s mantra: “It’s yachting, not cruising” Enjoy the difference. “SeaDream Yacht Club’s pair of finely maintained ships delivers a fine-tuned cruise experience that is among the best of the best – all in an utterly relaxed setting – and no lines anywhere – ever!” Douglas Ward - Author of The Berlitz Complete Guide to Cruising and Cruise Ships. “If I were a guest I would always choose SeaDream again as my holiday destination!” Susanne Schaeffer Vice editor-in-chief, AZUR, The Cruise Magazine, Germany

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Yacht Voyage Calendar SEADREAM I - 2012 2012 Days Jun. 9 8 Jul. 14 7 Jul. 21 7 Aug. 4 7 Aug. 18 7 Aug. 25 7 Oct. 6 7 Oct. 13 12

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Ports of Call Civitavecchia (Rome) • Capri • Taormina • Paxoí Island • Sarande • Kotor • Korcula • Mijet • Dubrovnik Venice • Opatija • Rab • Sibenik • Split • Kotor • Dubrovnik Dubrovnik • Parga • Galaxidi • Corinth Canal • Hydra • Pátmos • Kusadasi • Santorini • Piraeus (Athens) Dubrovnik • Mljet • Hvar • Split • Sibenik • Rab • Opatija • Rovinj • Venice Dubrovnik • Kotor • Sarande • Taormina • Lipari • Positano • Capri • Civitavecchia (Rome) Civitavecchia (Rome) • Capri • Sorrento • Taormina • Fiskardo • Galaxidi • Corinth Canal • Hydra • Piraeus (Athens) Piraeus (Athens) • Santorini • Lindos • Fethiye • Gocek • Bodrum • Cruise Aegean Islands • Hydra • Piraeus (Athens) Piraeus (Athens) • Corinth Canal • at sea • Sicily • Capri • Ischia • Bonifacio • Portoferraio • Portovenere • San Remo • Monte Carlo • Port Vendres • Roses • Barcelona

By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

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Yacht Voyage Calendar SEADREAM II - 2012 2012 Days Jun. 16 7 Jun. 30 8 Jul. 8 6 Jul. 14 7 Aug. 11 7 Sep. 1 7 Sep. 22 7 Sep. 29 7

Ports of Call Piraeus (Athens) • Corinth Canal • Galaxidi • Sarande • Katakolon • Gythion • Elafonisos • Santorini • Piraeus (Athens) Istanbul • Dikili • Izmir • Kusadasi • at sea • Demre • Rhodes • Hydra • Piraeus (Athens) Piraeus (Athens) • Delos • Mykonos • Lindos (Rhodes) • Fethiye • Gocek • Bodrum • Cruise Aegean Islands • Piraeus (Athens) Piraeus (Athens) • Hydra • Corinth Canal • Galaxidi • Fiskardo • Taormina • Sorrento • Capri • Civitavecchia (Rome) Nice • Portofino • Portovenerre • Viareggio • Portoferraio • Cruise La Maddalena Nat. Park • Bonifacio • Civitavecchia (Rome) Barcelona • Port Vendres • Cassis • Ile Porquerolles • Pampelonne Beach • St. Tropez • Antibes • Nice Civitavecchia (Rome) • Cruise La Maddalena Nat. Park • Bonifacio • Portoferraio • Viareggio • Portofino • St. Tropez • Antibes • Nice Nice • Portofino • Portovenerre • Viareggio • Portoferraio • Cruise La Maddalena Nat. Park • Bonifacio • Civitavecchia (Rome)

By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

+47 928 58 458

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The Mediterranean Yachting in the Mediterranean and it´s neighboring Black Sea, is best May through October. It is then that you can enjoy the long days of sunshine, bustling sidewalk cafes for people watching and warm waters for swimming from the yacht’s marina. From the Algarve to the Aegean, Nice to North Africa, SEADREAM visits some of the most colorful and contrasting ports in the Mediterranean. We take great pride in offering exceptional itineraries to classic yachting destinations and fascinating harbors, brimming with individuality and character. Combine the timeless attractions of Venice and its lagoon with the spectacular cliff-top setting of Corsican Bonifacio. The villages of the Amalfi coast, clinging to the sun-drenched hillsides. The whitewashed passageways of Santorini. Visit Portoferraio, Napoleon’s home while in exile on the island of Elba. Korcula, Marco Polo’s birthplace off the Dalmatian Coast. Itea, close to the ancient wonders of Delphi. Porto Cervo on Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda. The Casino at Monte Carlo. These locations and many more are part of yachting with SEADREAM in the Mediterranean. One voyage may be the ideal length of time of time to explore your chosen part of the Mediterranean. To prolong the enjoyment, you may link multiple consecutive voyages.

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By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

+47 928 58 458

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Monaco

Nice

SHOPPING IN MONTE CARLO Monaco is widely recognised as an international capital for the world of luxury. The foremost names in fashion soon set up shop in the Principality; “haute couture”, perfumes, jewellery, the most beautiful attire had found a perfect backdrop : the Principality of Monaco.

FLOWER MARKET Nice’s famous Flower Market is one of the best attractions in the whole city. The edges are lined with cafés and souvenir shops, and the stands themselves are packed with amazing produce and myriad flowers. It operates six days a week, replaced on Mondays by a flea and antiques market.

THE PRINCE’S PALACE Built on the site of the ancient fortress, it features an Italianstyle arcade known as the “Galerie d’Hercule”, which runs all along the State Appartments, the Throne Room, the Palatine Chapel built in the 17th century, and the Court of Honor where open-air concerts are performed in summer by the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra.

VIEUX NICE, OR OLD NICE Old Nice is downright dripping with atmosphere. Its narrow streets are a one-stop shop for take-home finds, such as Provençal wares, household items, wine, gourmet gifts, hip clothing and more. There are numerous restaurants in the area, as well as several fun bars and nightclubs. Be sure to stop off for a delicious ice cream in this neighborhood.

By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

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Dubrovnik

Istanbul

CROATIA´S MOST VISITED DESTINATION Dubrovnik was a city-state that once rivalled Venice in wealth and power. It reached its apogee during the 15th century and attracted the finest sculptors and architects to adorn the city center in a Renaissance style. Dubrovnik’s walls are the most intact and impressive in the Adriatic and clearly head the long list of Dubrovnik’s sights. No wonder UNESCO named Dubrovnik a World Heritage Site!

SHOPPING IN ISTANBUL Old, new, exotic, mundane, antique, kitsch - shopping in Istanbul is all these things and more. Everyone knows about the Grand Bazaar with its 4000 shops, but in fact the entire area around it is shopping, shopping, shopping for blocks and blocks. 4000 shops is a mere fraction of the whole picture.

FORTRESS LOVRIJENAC It was an essential fortification to the defense of the city from both ground and sea attacks. In order to prevent possible mutiny by the commander of the fortress, the walls facing the city are only 60 cm thick compared to those exposed to enemy fire which were 12m thick. 10

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BLUE MOSQUE The cascading domes and six slender minarets of the Sultan ahmet Mosque (popularly known as the Blue Mosque) dominate the skyline of Istanbul. One of the most notable features of the Blue Mosque is visible from far away: its six minarets. This is very unique, as most mosques have four, two or just one minaret. +47 928 58 458

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Athens

Rome

THE PARTHENON The Acropolis and the Parthenon dominate Athens, and the most sightseeing-weary traveler will catch an enticing glimpse and be scrambling toward it before they know it. Even if there were no Parthenon, the Acropolis is worth the visit just for the magnificent view of Athens and the surrounding temples below.

ARCHITECTURAL Few cities offer such variety. From the remains of its imperial glory days to the Renaissance and Baroque riches of its historic centre, Rome is a glorious architectural patchwork, a living masterpiece.

WALKING ATHENS AT NIGHT Athens Greece is one of the safest capital cities in the entire world. While common sense is your best defense anywhere, statistically, you’re far safer on the streets of Athens at night than in London, Paris, or Tokyo. So get out there and enjoy yourself!

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COLUSSEUM The Colosseum is probably the most impressive building of the Roman empire. Originally known as the Flavian Amphitheater, it was the largest building of the era. With a controversial history, the scene of bloody gladiator fights still remains a great touristic site for history lovers all around the world.

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ROME TO DUBROVNIK • SeaDream I - Jun.9, 2012 • 8-days Voyage 11223A Date 09-JUN-2012, Saturday 10-JUN-2012, Sunday 11-JUN-2012, Monday 12-JUN-2012, Tuesday 13-JUN-2012, Wednesday 14-JUN-2012, Thursday 15-JUN-2012, Friday 15-JUN-2012, Friday 16-JUN-2012, Saturday 16-JUN-2012, Saturday 17-JUN-2012, Sunday

Ports of Call Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. Capri, Italy Taormina (Etna) Sicily, Italy Gaios, Paxoi Island, Greece Sarande (Butrint), Albania Kotor, Montenegro Kotor, Montenegro Korcula, Croatia Mljet Nature Park, Croatia Dubrovnik, Croatia Dubrovnik, Croatia

VENICE TO DUBROVNIK • SeaDream I - Jul.14, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 11227 Date 14-JUL-2012, Saturday 15-JUL-2012, Sunday 16-JUL-2012, Monday 16-JUL-2012, Monday 17-JUL-2012, Tuesday 17-JUL-2012, Tuesday 18-JUL-2012, Wednesday 19-JUL-2012, Thursday 20-JUL-2012, Friday 20-JUL-2012, Friday 21-JUL-2012, Saturday

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Ports of Call Venice, Italy. Opatija, Croatia Opatija, Croatia Rab, Croatia Sibenik, Croatia Split, Croatia Split, Croatia Kotor, Montenegro Kotor, Montenegro Dubrovnik, Croatia Dubrovnik, Croatia

By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

+47 928 58 458

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ATHENS TO ATHENS • SeaDream II - Jun.16, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 21218B Date 16-JUN-2012, Saturday 16-JUN-2012, Saturday 17-JUN-2012, Sunday 18-JUN-2012, Monday 19-JUN-2012, Tuesday 20-JUN-2012, Wednesday 21-JUN-2012, Thursday 22-JUN-2012, Friday 23-JUN-2012, Saturday

Ports of Call Piraeus (Athens), Greece. Corinth Canal (Transit), Greece Galaxidi (Delphi), Greece Sarande (Butrint), Albania Katakalon(Olympia), Greece Gythion (Sparta), Greece Elafonisos Island, Greece Santorini, Greece Piraeus (Athens), Greece

ISTANBUL TO ATHENS • SeaDream II - Jun.30, 2012• 8-days Voyage 21220B Date 30-JUN-2012, Saturday 01-JUL-2012, Sunday 02-JUL-2012, Monday 03-JUL-2012, Tuesday 04-JUL-2012, Wednesday 05-JUL-2012, Thursday 06-JUL-2012, Friday 07-JUL-2012, Saturday 08-JUL-2012, Sunday

Ports of Call Istanbul, Turkey. Dikili, Turkey Izmir, Turkey Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey Demre (Myra), Turkey Rhodes Town, Greece Hydra, Greece Piraeus (Athens), Greece

By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

+47 928 58 458

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DUBROVNIK TO ATHENS • SeaDream I - Jul.21, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 11228 Date 21-JUL-2012, Saturday 22-JUL-2012, Sunday 23-JUL-2012, Monday 23-JUL-2012, Monday 24-JUL-2012, Tuesday 25-JUL-2012, Wednesday 26-JUL-2012, Thursday 27-JUL-2012, Friday 28-JUL-2012, Saturday

Ports of Call Dubrovnik, Croatia. Parga, Greece Galaxidi (Delphi), Greece Corinth Canal (Transit), Greece Hydra, Greece Patmos, Greece Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey Santorini, Greece Piraeus (Athens), Greece

DUBROVNIK TO VENICE • SeaDream I - Aug.4, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 11230 Date 04-AUG-2012, Saturday 05-AUG-2012, Sunday 05-AUG-2012, Sunday 06-AUG-2012, Monday 06-AUG-2012, Monday 07-AUG-2012, Tuesday 08-AUG-2012, Wednesday 09-AUG-2012, Thursday 09-AUG-2012, Thursday 10-AUG-2012, Friday 10-AUG-2012, Friday 10-AUG-2012, Friday 11-AUG-2012, Saturday 14

Ports of Call Dubrovnik, Croatia. Mljet Nature Park, Croatia Hvar, Croatia Hvar, Croatia Split, Croatia Split, Croatia Sibenik, Croatia Rab, Croatia Opatija, Croatia Opatija, Croatia Rovinj, Croatia Venice, Italy Venice, Italy By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

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ATHENS TO ATHENS • SeaDream II - Jul.8, 2012 • 6-days Voyage 21221B Date 08-JUL-2012, Sunday 09-JUL-2012, Monday 09-JUL-2012, Monday 10-JUL-2012, Tuesday 10-JUL-2012, Tuesday 11-JUL-2012, Wednesday 11-JUL-2012, Wednesday 12-JUL-2012, Thursday 13-JUL-2012, Friday 14-JUL-2012, Saturday

Ports of Call Piraeus (Athens), Greece. Delos, Cyclades, Greece Mykonos, Greece Lindos, Rhodes, Greece Rhodes Town, Greece Fethiye, Turquoise Coast, Turkey Gocek, Turkey Bodrum, Turkey Bodrum, Turkey Piraeus (Athens), Greece

ATHENS TO ROME • SeaDream II - Jul.14, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 21221D Date 14-JUL-2012, Saturday 15-JUL-2012, Sunday 16-JUL-2012, Monday 16-JUL-2012, Monday 17-JUL-2012, Tuesday 18-JUL-2012, Wednesday 19-JUL-2012, Thursday 20-JUL-2012, Friday 20-JUL-2012, Friday 21-JUL-2012, Saturday

Ports of Call Piraeus (Athens), Greece. Hydra, Greece Corinth Canal (Transit), Greece Galaxidi (Delphi), Greece Fiskardo, Kefalonia, Greece Taormina (Etna) Sicily, Italy Sorrento (Pompeii), Italy Sorrento (Pompeii), Italy Capri, Italy Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

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+47 928 58 458

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DUBROVNIK TO ROME • SeaDream I - Aug.18, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 11232 Date 18-AUG-2012, Saturday 18-AUG-2012, Saturday 19-AUG-2012, Sunday 20-AUG-2012, Monday 21-AUG-2012, Tuesday 22-AUG-2012, Wednesday 23-AUG-2012, Thursday 24-AUG-2012, Friday 24-AUG-2012, Friday 25-AUG-2012, Saturday

Ports of Call Dubrovnik, Croatia. Kotor, Montenegro Kotor, Montenegro Sarande (Butrint), Albania Taormina (Etna) Sicily, Italy Lipari, Sicily, Italy Positano, Italy Positano, Italy Capri, Italy Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

ROME TO ATHENS • SeaDream I - Aug.25, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 11233 Date 25-AUG-2012, Saturday 26-AUG-2012, Sunday 26-AUG-2012, Sunday 27-AUG-2012, Monday 28-AUG-2012, Tuesday 29-AUG-2012, Wednesday 30-AUG-2012, Thursday 30-AUG-2012, Thursday 31-AUG-2012, Friday 01-SEP-2012, Saturday

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Ports of Call Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. Capri, Italy Sorrento (Pompeii), Italy Sorrento (Pompeii), Italy Taormina (Etna) Sicily, Italy Fiskardo, Kefalonia, Greece Galaxidi (Delphi), Greece Corinth Canal (Transit), Greece Hydra, Greece Piraeus (Athens), Greece

By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

+47 928 58 458

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NICE TO ROME • SeaDream II - Aug.11, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 21225A Date 11-AUG-2012, Saturday 12-AUG-2012, Sunday 13-AUG-2012, Monday 14-AUG-2012, Tuesday 15-AUG-2012, Wednesday 16-AUG-2012, Thursday 16-AUG-2012, Thursday 17-AUG-2012, Friday 18-AUG-2012, Saturday

Ports of Call Nice, France. Portofino, Italy Portovenere (Cinque Terre), Italy Viareggio (Florence), Italy Portoferraio, Elba, Italy Maddalena Archipelago - Scenic Navigation, Italy Bonifacio, Corsica, France Bonifacio, Corsica, France Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

BARCELONA TO NICE • SeaDream II - Sep.1, 2012• 7-days Voyage 21228 Date 01-SEP-2012, Saturday 03-SEP-2012, Monday 04-SEP-2012, Tuesday 05-SEP-2012, Wednesday 06-SEP-2012, Thursday 06-SEP-2012, Thursday 07-SEP-2012, Friday 07-SEP-2012, Friday 08-SEP-2012, Saturday 08-SEP-2012, Saturday

Ports of Call Barcelona, Spain. Collioure (Port Vendres), France Cassis, France Porquerolles, France Pampelonne Beach, St.Tropez, France St. Tropez, France St. Tropez, France Antibes, France Monte Carlo, Monaco Nice, France

By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

+47 928 58 458

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ATHENS TO ATHENS • SeaDream I - Oct.6, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 11238 Date 06-OCT-2012, Saturday 07-OCT-2012, Sunday 08-OCT-2012, Monday 08-OCT-2012, Monday 09-OCT-2012, Tuesday 09-OCT-2012, Tuesday 10-OCT-2012, Wednesday 11-OCT-2012, Thursday 12-OCT-2012, Friday 13-OCT-2012, Saturday

Ports of Call Piraeus (Athens), Greece. Santorini, Greece Lindos, Rhodes, Greece Rhodes Town, Greece Fethiye, Turquoise Coast, Turkey Gocek, Turkey Bodrum, Turkey Bodrum, Turkey Hydra, Greece Piraeus (Athens), Greece

ATHENS TO BARCELONA • SeaDream I - Oct.13, 2012 • 12-days Voyage 11239 Date 13-OCT-2012, Saturday 14-OCT-2012, Sunday 14-OCT-2012, Sunday 15-OCT-2012, Monday 16-OCT-2012, Tuesday 16-OCT-2012, Tuesday 17-OCT-2012, Wednesday 18-OCT-2012, Thursday 19-OCT-2012, Friday 20-OCT-2012, Saturday 21-OCT-2012, Sunday 22-OCT-2012, Monday 23-OCT-2012, Tuesday 24-OCT-2012, Wednesday 25-OCT-2012, Thursday 18

Ports of Call Piraeus (Athens), Greece. Corinth Canal (Transit), Greece At sea Taormina (Etna) Sicily, Italy Capri, Italy Ischia, Italy Ischia, Italy Bonifacio, Corsica, France Portoferraio, Elba, Italy Portovenere (Cinque Terre), Italy San Remo, Italy Monte Carlo, Monaco Collioure (Port Vendres), France Roses, Costa Brava, Spain Barcelona, Spain By Ambassador Therese Klaveness

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ROME TO NICE • SeaDream II - Sep.22, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 21231 Date 22-SEP-2012, Saturday 23-SEP-2012, Sunday 23-SEP-2012, Sunday 24-SEP-2012, Monday 25-SEP-2012, Tuesday 26-SEP-2012, Wednesday 27-SEP-2012, Thursday 28-SEP-2012, Friday 28-SEP-2012, Friday 29-SEP-2012, Saturday 29-SEP-2012, Saturday

Ports of Call Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. Maddalena Archipelago - Scenic Navigation, Italy Bonifacio, Corsica, France Portoferraio, Elba, Italy Viareggio (Florence), Italy Portofino, Italy St. Tropez, France St. Tropez, France Antibes, France Antibes, France Nice, France

NICE TO ROME • SeaDream II - Sep.29, 2012 • 7-days Voyage 21232 Date 29-SEP-2012, Saturday 30-SEP-2012, Sunday 01-OCT-2012, Monday 02-OCT-2012, Tuesday 03-OCT-2012, Wednesday 04-OCT-2012, Thursday 04-OCT-2012, Thursday 05-OCT-2012, Friday 06-OCT-2012, Saturday

Ports of Call Nice, France. Portofino, Italy Portovenere (Cinque Terre), Italy Viareggio (Florence), Italy Portoferraio, Elba, Italy Maddalena Archipelago - Scenic Navigation, Italy Bonifacio, Corsica, France Bonifacio, Corsica, France Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

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Welcome Aboard! We look forward to serving you.

Therese Klaveness By Ambassador

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