2009 world cruise | ring of fire

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2009 world cruise | ring of fire
SEVEN SEAS CRUISES
2009 WORLD CRUISE |
RING OF FIRE
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SEVEN SEAS MARINER
FREE
SPECIAL OFFERS
AIR AND UP TO $ 2,000 PER SUITE SHIPBOARD CREDIT
JANUARY TO MAY 2009 | 7- TO 25-NIGHT VOYAGES
WEST OF THE WEST. EAST OF FAR EAST.
THE PACIFIC’S BRIGHTEST JEWELS.
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Few places can offer such awe-inspiring scenery as the lands in the Ring of Fire. Here along the
Pacific Rim more than half of the world’s active volcanoes soar above the breathtaking landscape.
Witness the turquoise rivers and glacier-studded
brimstone, you’ll discover a cache of other treasures:
volcanoes of the Lake District in Chile, or on the other tropical edens in the Caribbean and South Pacific; the
side of the Pacific, the striking landscapes of
pulsating rhythms of Brazil; New Zealand and
Kamchatka in the Russian Far East. From here, the Australia. And you may well feel the wonder Magellan
Ring continues through the Kuril Islands and Japan; must have felt on his first encounter with the restless
to Bali and the jewels of the Java Sea; and across
beauty and vast expanse of the Pacific. But certainly
the Aleutians of Alaska. Along with all this fire and from the comforts of a very different ship.
All Inclusive Fares
• Spacious, all-oceanview suites
Seven Seas Mariner
Distinctions
• All onboard gratuities included
• 700 guests
• Complimentary beverages including select wines and
spirits, soft drinks, bottled water and hot beverages
served throughout the ship
• All-suite, all-balcony accommodations
• In-suite bar setup upon embarkation and Butler
service in Penthouse B and above
• Complimentary 24-hour room service
• Refrigerator replenished daily with soft drinks, beer
and bottled water
• Space ratios from 60 to 71.5 – among the highest at sea
• Suites from 301 sq. ft. to 2,002 sq. ft. including balcony
• A choice of four restaurants, plus casual Pool Grill:
The Compass Rose – International à la carte menu
Signatures – Reservations-only serving Le Cordon
Bleu-inspired cuisine
Latitudes – Reservations-only Indochine cuisine
La Veranda – Indoor/outdoor breakfast and lunch as
well as bistro-style for dinner, serving
regional specialties
• 24-hour complimentary Coffee Corner
8am 9pm
9am 6pm
7am 3pm
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
Cruise the Coast of Brazil
Cross the Equator
Fortaleza, Brazil
5
6
7
8
TH
F
S
SU
9
10
11
12
M
T
W
TH
Cruise the Coast of Brazil
Salvador da Bahia, Brazil
9am 5pm
Cruise the Coast of Brazil
Cruise past Ipanema and Copacabana beaches
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (overnight) Noon
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
5pm
Cruise the Coast of Brazil
Cruise the Coast of Uruguay
Buenos Aires, Argentina
1pm
(overnight)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Embark 9pm
Montevideo, Uruguay
8am 4pm
Cruise the Coast of Argentina
Puerto Madryn, Argentina
8am 7pm
Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands 8am 5pm
Cruise Cape Horn
Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego,
7am 2pm
Argentina
Cruise Avenue of the Glaciers
Cruise Seno Agostini and Hayatt Glacier
Cruise Gabriel Passage
Cruise Cape Forward (The southernmost point
of the South America continent)
Punta Arenas, Chile (overnight) 7pm
Punta Arenas, Chile
8pm
Cruise Strait of Magellan
Cruise Amelia Glacier
Cruise Chilean Fjords and Darwin Channel
Laguna San Rafael, Chile
7am 5pm
Feb 13 F
14 S
15 SU
16 M
17 T
18 W
19 TH
20 F
21
S
8am 1pm
Special shore event included for all cruise guests
22
SU
23
24
25
M
T
W
26
27
TH Puerto Montt, Chile
F Cruise the Chilean Coast
Special shore event included for all cruise guests
Noon 8pm
Fares are per person, based on double occupancy. Port, handling
and security charges $2,895. Single supplement 40% (D-H),
75% (HS-C), 100% (MS-SS), capacity controlled. Fuel surcharge
may apply to cruises and air fares. First Class air may not be
available from all gateways. Economy Class air will be substituted.
Guests making their own air arrangements will receive a $1,500
cruise-only credit.
ARRIVE DEPART
DATE
23-24
Mar 25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Apr 1
2
3
4
5
SU Bay of Islands, New Zealand
20
8am 2pm
21
22
8am 7pm
8am 3pm
8am
6am
8am 6pm
8am 6pm
8am 4pm
8am 10pm
7am 4pm
Special shore event included for all cruise guests
M-T
W
TH
F
S
SU
M
T
W
TH
F
S
SU
Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
Sydney, Australia (overnight) Embark
Sydney, Australia
Newcastle, Australia
8am
Cruise the Tropic of Capricorn
Cruise the Great Barrier Reef
Cairns, Australia
8am
Cooktown, Australia
7am
Cruise the Torres Strait
Cruise the Arafura Sea
Darwin, Australia
7am
Cruise the Timor Sea
Komodo, Indonesia
Noon
8am
11pm
1pm
11pm
1pm
Special shore event included for all cruise guests
6
M Padang Bay (Bali), Indonesia
7-8 T-W Cruise the Java Sea
Apr 9 TH Singapore, Singapore
10 F Cruise the Gulf of Thailand
11 S Ko Samui, Thailand
12 SU Laem Chabang, Thailand
(overnight)
7pm
5pm
9am 11pm
8am 10pm
9am 6pm
8am
16
17
18
19
M Laem Chabang, Thailand
T Cruise the Gulf of Thailand
W Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
(overnight)
TH Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
F Cruise the South China Sea
S Chan May (Hue), Vietnam
SU Hong Gai (Hanoi), Vietnam
(overnight)
ARRIVE DEPART
M Hong Gai (Hanoi), Vietnam
2pm
Cruise the Halong Bay
T Cruise the South China Sea
W Hong Kong, China (overnight) 8am
Special shore event included for full World Cruise guests
Apr 23 TH Hong Kong, China (overnight)
Embark
24 F Hong Kong, China
11pm
25 S Cruise the Formosa Strait
26 SU Cruise the East China Sea
27 M Shanghai, China (overnight) 8am*
28 T Shanghai, China (overnight)
29 W Shanghai, China
1pm*
30 TH Cruise the Yellow Sea
May 1 F Tianjin (Beijing), China (overnight)7am
Special shore event included for all cruise guests
2
3
4
5
6
S
SU
M
T
W
May 7
8
9
10
11
12-13
14
15
TH
F
S
SU
M
T-W
TH
F
Tianjin (Beijing), China
Cruise the Yellow Sea
Nagasaki, Japan
Transit Van Diemen Strait
Osaka, Japan (overnight)
6pm
1pm 11pm
8am
Special shore event included for full World Cruise guests
Osaka, Japan
Tokyo, Japan (overnight)
Tokyo, Japan
Sendai, Japan
Hakodate, Japan
Cruise the Kuril Islands
Petropavlovsk, Russia
Bering Island,
Commander Islands, Russia†
16 S Cross the International Dateline
17 SU Dutch Harbor, USA
18 M Cruise the Aleutian Islands
19 T Kodiak, USA
May 20 W Seward (Anchorage), USA
6pm
4pm
7pm
Noon 4pm
9am 5pm
8am 6pm
1pm 6pm
8am 6pm
8am 5pm
5am 6pm
Special shore event included for all cruise guests
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
TH Cruise Hubbard Glacier
F Sitka, USA
S Cruise Tracy Arm
Juneau, USA
SU Skagway, USA
M Ketchikan, USA
T Cruise the Inside Passage
W Vancouver, Canada
8am 6pm
1pm 11pm
7am 5pm
1pm 7pm
7am
* Exact
Special shore event included for all cruise guests
13
14
15
PORT ARRIVE
8am 11pm
Special shore event included for full World Cruise guests
22
SEGMENT 4 – 15 NIGHTS
SU
M
T
W
SEGMENT 3 – 25 NIGHTS
Special shore event included for full World Cruise guests
Feb 1
2
3
4
PORT ARRIVE
Feb 28 S Valparaiso (Santiago), Chile
Mar 1 SU Cruise the Pacific Ocean
M Robinson Crusoe Island
2
(Isla Juan Fernandez), Chile
3-5 T-TH Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
F Easter Island, Chile
6
7-8 S-SU Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
9
M Pitcairn, Pitcairn Island
10 T Cross Tropic of Capricorn
11 W Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
12 TH Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia
(overnight)
13 F Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia
Moorea, French Polynesia
14 S Bora Bora, French Polynesia
15 SU Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
16 M Rarotonga, Cook Island
17 T Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
18 W Cross the International Dateline
19-20 TH-F Cruise the South Pacific Ocean
21 S Auckland, New Zealand
SEGMENT 6 – 14 NIGHTS
DATE
5pm
SEGMENT 5 – 14 NIGHTS
SEGMENT 1 – 18 NIGHTS
SEGMENT 2 – 15 NIGHTS
ARRIVE DEPART
SEGMENT 7 – 14 NIGHTS
PORT ARRIVE
Jan 26 M Ft. Lauderdale, USA
27 T Cross the Tropic of Cancer
28 W Cruise the Atlantic Ocean
29 TH Gustavia, St. Barts
30 F Roseau, Dominica
31 S Bridgetown, Barbados
SEGMENT 8 – 7 NIGHTS
DATE
6pm
9am
timing is subject to tides and local harbor restrictions.
† Subject to governmental approval.
CATEGORIES
4pm
7am 4pm
10am
MS
GS
HS
C
H
Master Suite
Grand Suite
Horizon View Suite
Penthouse Suite
Deluxe Suite
STANDARD
CRUISE FARE
$401,560
$348,960
$184,860
$166,460
$110,260
EARLY BOOKING
SAVINGS OF
UP TO 44%
$227,995
$193,995
$104,995
$93,995
$64,995