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Reservations are subject to availability and processed on a first come, first served
basis. Reservations to be paid in full by July 27, 2016 (90 days prior to departure).
Reservations received after this date must be accompanied by payment in full.
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and cruise fuel surcharges. Port charges are an additional $450 per person. Tipping of cabin staff,
restaurant staff and included excursion guides and drivers is included. Single prices available
upon request.
*Special Price valid if booked by the date found on the address panel.
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Class, a special level of accommodation designed
especially for guests in the suites, junior suites and staterooms in cabin categories A to D. In addition to standard
cabin features, which include a flat-screen TV, safe, hair
dryer and plush bedding, guests in Balcony Class also
enjoy accommodations with a balcony, a welcome bottle
of champagne, a refrigerator stocked with soft drinks,
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Categories H-M: 130 sq. ft. Two twin beds with private shower.
• Two nights in Seville at the Hotel Fernando III.
• Nine nights aboard MV Aegean Odyssey from Seville to Málaga
– An elegant but casual and relaxing atmosphere.
– Well-appointed and comfortable staterooms.
– Attentive and gracious service.
– A library with a well-stocked selection of books, newspapers, magazines and more.
– Open seating in your choice of two indoor restaurants.
– Room service for beverages and light snacks.
– Afternoon tea with pastries, sandwiches and cakes; light snacks in the evening.
– Historians and other experts who will enhance your experience with a series of lectures.
– Musical entertainment each evening.
• Enjoy an extensive meal program, featuring 11 breakfasts, eight lunches and nine dinners,
including wine, beer or soft drinks at dinner on board.
• Expert guides, using a state-of-the-art QuietVox portable audio headset system, will offer
informative commentary on all shore excursions.
• Guided excursions in each city or port. See the full day-by-day itinerary for details.
• Gratuities for cabin and onboard restaurant staff. AHI extends the additional benefit of providing gratuities to guides and drivers on included excursions.
• Services of an experienced Travel Director throughout the trip.
• Services of a dedicated Passenger Service Representative before departure.
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It is impossible to separate the southernmost region of the Iberian Peninsula from the
desire to explore. After all, Ferdinand Magellan and Christopher Columbus both began their
most renowned voyages here. Passage of the Moors offers you the opportunity to begin a
journey, as well.
Discover the cultural riches of Spain and Morocco in a level of luxury early seafarers never
could have imagined. Explore fascinating Seville, then cruise to Morocco aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey, an experience that includes two overnight hotel stays in the storied cities of Marrakesh
and Fez. Along the way, admire the varied architectural styles brought to the region by several
civilizations, sample sherry and local specialties, and bask in the beauty of southern Spain and
northern Africa.
This Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a journey for people who are ever curious and excited to
learn about classical civilizations. One essential feature of every Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a
series of lectures presented by esteemed historians and dynamic speakers. Plus, throughout
your cruise, enjoy the breathtaking scenery and the delicious food and wine of the
Mediterranean.
Space is limited on this boutique-style cruise, so please call today to make your reservation
or obtain more information.
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Reserve your Passage of the Moors cruise today!
CRUISE FROM
SEVILLE TO MÁLAGA
Presented by
AHI TRAVEL
ESPECIALLY FOR
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
ALUMNI AND FRIENDS
OCTOBER 25-NOVEMBER 6, 2016
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HoteL FeRnando III
VOYAGES TO ANTIQUITY
BEST FOR ADVENTURE
sevILLe, spaIn
Cathedral, Seville
Mezquita, Córdoba
Moroccan musician
Alhambra, Granada
Jerez
Mosaic, Volubilis
mv aegean odyssey
Cruise in comfort, relax in style.
Program
Highlights
> Explore fascinating Seville,
Marrakesh and Fez while based at
beautiful hotels.
> Cruise from Spain to Morocco
during a nine-night voyage aboard
MV Aegean Odyssey.
> Visit the Alhambra in Spain and discover
historical medinas in Morocco.
> Sample sherry in Jerez
de la Frontera.
> An
included excursion in each port
of call enhances your understanding
of the local culture.
> Pursue
your own interests during
leisure time in several ports.
> Noted scholars present an informative
lecture series on local topics.
Comfortable and relaxing, MV Aegean Odyssey
is the ideal ship for touring antiquity. This is a
premium-class vessel, rebuilt for cruising the
coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The
ship easily approaches islands, enters remote
inlets and explores ancient sites inaccessible to
larger vessels, opening up experiences to you
that others miss. This is boutique-style cruising.
The ship carries an average of 350 passengers
accommodated in comfortable and well-appointed
suites, junior suites and staterooms. Enjoy a
casual dress code, open-seated dining and many
diversions, including the outdoor pool, a full-service
spa and stimulating talks in the lecture theatre.
Two restaurants celebrate the Mediterranean’s
glorious culinary tradition with the best ingredients
in delicious and healthful dishes. Enjoy full waiter
service and easy sophistication in the Marco Polo,
the ship’s more formal dining room, where lunches
and dinners feature delectable entrées. At dinner,
complimentary house wines are carefully sourced
from noted wine regions around the world. The
Terrace Café offers cooking on the open grill and
indoor and alfresco seating for breakfast, lunch
and dinner. The bistro-style restaurant serves
appetizers, paella and authentic Italian pizzas. For
a special treat, take afternoon tea — an English
tradition made magical when enjoyed at sea. Aegean
Odyssey’s crowning touch is the fine service of the
crew, whose attention to detail and graciousness
will complete your unforgettable voyage to antiquity.
top LeCtuReRs and
FasCInatIng taLKs
The lecturers and speakers on
a Voyages to Antiquity cruise are
leaders in their fields, often affiliated
with the world’s prestigious
universities, including Oxford and
Cambridge; best-selling authors; and
experts from fine museums and
organizations such as the
Archaeological Institute of America.
They are selected for their knowledge
of Europe and their ability to bring the
history, archaeology, architecture and
art of ancient civilizations to life.
Assisting the speakers during
lectures and on trips ashore will be
a team of young classical history
graduates whose enthusiasm and
specialized knowledge will enhance
your explorations.
| UNESCO |
The UNESCO World Heritage sites featured
in this program are Seville’s Alcázar,
the historic centre of Cordóba, and
Granada’s Alhambra, Generalife
and Albayzin in Spain; and the
medinas of Fez and Marrakesh, the
archaeological sites of Volubilis,
the Portuguese City of Mazagan (El
Jadida), and the cities of Meknes and
Rabat in Morocco.
DISCOVER THE HISTORY, ART AND CULTURES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
day one
In Transit
Depart your gateway city for Málaga, Spain.A
A
Provided for AHI FlexAir passengers.
day two
Málaga, Spain | Seville
Upon arrival, transferA to Seville and the Hotel
Fernando III.
The rest of the day is at leisure.
day three
b
Seville
Excursion: Arches, Squares and Spires.
The modern capital of Andalucía, Seville is a
showcase of fairytale architecture. Stroll by
the elegant 14th-century Alcázar palace. Step
inside the Giralda cathedral, the symbol of the
city and the world’s largest Gothic building.
Explore the well-preserved 17th-century
Barrio de Santa Cruz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
rest of the day pursuing individual interests.
This evening, gather with your fellow travellers
for a Welcome Reception at the hotel.
day four
b|d
Seville | Córdoba | Embark
This morning after breakfast, check out of the
hotel and depart on an excursion to Córdoba.
Excursion: City of the Great Mosque.
Visit Córdoba, one of mediaeval Europe’s
richest cities. The ancient capital of Andalucía
is borne of Roman, Moorish, Jewish and
Christian influences. At its centre is the
massive Mezquita. This mosque-turnedcathedral is regarded as an architectural
masterpiece. Visit the Judería (Jewish Quarter),
a maze of narrow lanes now known for its shops.
Return to Seville and embark the ship.
This evening, join your fellow passengers on
the deck for a Captain’s Welcome Reception.
day five
b|l|d
Seville | At Sea | Cádiz
Independent Exploration: After breakfast,
spend the morning at leisure in Seville.
Later, begin your journey aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey and spend the afternoon cruising the
Guadalquivir River, one of the largest waterways
in Spain, en route to Cádiz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
evening at leisure in Cádiz.
day six
b|l|d
Cádiz | Jerez De La Frontera
Excursion: Cádiz and Jerez de la
Frontera. Enjoy a panoramic drive through
Cádiz, gateway to the New World. Pass the
18th-century baroque cathedral, whose golden
cupola looms above the houses. Other
highlights include the Plaza España; the gardens
where the Las Cortes of 1812 is situated; and
the Alameda de Apodaca Gardens. Continue
to Jerez de la Frontera, home to dozens of wine
companies. Visit Bodega Gonzalez Byass, which
produces a world-renowned sherry. Learn about
the blending process, then sample various types
of wine from the cellars.
day seven
b|l|d
Casablanca, Morocco |
Marrakesh
This morning, disembark the ship in
Casablanca and drive to Marrakesh.
Excursion: Highlights of Marrakesh.
Take an afternoon guided tour of the old
medina. Stroll along labyrinthine alleys and
see mosques, hammams and fondouks. Visit
the 14th-century Ben Youssef Medrassa, noted
for its latticework interior décor. Continue to
Palace of Dar Menebhi, a 19th-century treasure
that showcases pure Moroccan architecture
of the period and serves as a museum. Walk
to the Kasbah, the Saadian Tombs and Bahía
Palace, home to a lush Moorish-style garden.
End at Djemma el Fna Square and see the
famous Koutoubia Minaret.
Continue to Le Meridien N’Fis where you will
overnight.
Marrakesh
day eight
b|l|d
El Jadida | Casablanca
Excursion: El Jadida. Drive from Marrakesh
to El Jadida, a stylish, stunning town that still
boasts ramparts of its old medina. Visit the
ruins next to the pier where some canons, used
during battles between Portuguese, Spanish
and English armies, remain. The Portuguese
built a cistern in 1514 that features surprising
Gothic architecture in an almost 1,115-squaremetre room. Renowned for the shallow water
on the floor that creates exciting reflections,
the cistern was rediscovered in 1916.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in El Jadida.
Excursion: Casablanca. Before rejoining
the ship, enjoy a panoramic tour of beloved
Casablanca, Morocco’s principal port and
largest town. Situated at the edge of the port is
Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques
in the world.
Later, rejoin the ship in Casablanca, where you
will overnight.
El Jadida
day nine
b | l | d day ten
Rabat | Meknes | Volubilis | Fez
Excursion: Rabat. Visit Rabat, the capital
of Morocco; its old medina; the Kasbah of the
Oudayas and Oudaya Gate, built during the
Almohad dynasty; Hassan Tower and the
Chellah, built by the Marinids; Mohamed V
Mausoleum, burial place of the king’s father;
the Royal Palace; and the government district.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Rabat.
After lunch, drive to Meknes, a city founded
by the Almoravids in the ninth century, for
a photo stop, then continue to Volubilis.
Excursion: Volubilis. The impressive
Roman ruins at Volubilis covers more than
40.5 hectares and serves as a testament to the
Roman influence as the empire grew. Because
the site remained unoccupied for hundreds
of years, the archaeological site is remarkably
well preserved.
Later, check in to the Hôtel Les Mérinides
where you will overnight.
b|l|d
Fez | Tangier
Excursion: Fez. Home to the oldest
university in the world and the cultural
religious capital of Morocco, Fez reached the
height of its prominence under the Marinids in
the 13th and 14th centuries. During a
sightseeing tour, see the old medina, then visit
the Bou Inania and el-Attarine, 14th-century
religious schools. Enjoy a photo stop at Bab
Boujloud, a beautiful fountain at Place
Nejjarine, and the entrance of the Royal Palace.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Fez.
Later, rejoin the ship in Tangier.
day eleven
b|l|d
Tangier | Gibraltar
Excursion: Tangier. Explore the Grottoes of
Hercules, where legend holds the Greek hero
rested after creating the Strait of Gibraltar,
then continue to Cape Spartel Lighthouse,
built in 1864. Return to the medina and the
Kasbah, where you will have time at leisure.
Volubilis
Rock of Gibraltar
Excursion: Top of the Rock. Take a cable
car to Top Station, where panoramic vistas
await. Drive to the Nature Reserve toward
Apes Den. Barbary apes have inhabited the
area for centuries. Continue to the area
known as the Upper Galleries and its Great
Siege Tunnels. Walk through the tunnels.
then explore the Gibraltar Museum and
see the ruins of 14th-century Turkish baths.
This evening, gather for a Farewell
Reception on the ship.
day twelve
b|l|d
Málaga, Spain
Excursion: Granada and the
Alhambra. Drive to Granada and the
Alhambra. Go inside the Alqala Hamra,
where you will visit the Nazaries Palaces, and
Serallo, the official residence that surrounds
Patio de los Leones fountain. Continue to the
Generalife and visit the summer palace for
the sultans of Granada. Afterward, admire
a stunning view of the Sierra Nevada, Darro
Valley and the Old Quarter of Albayzin.
day thirteen
b
In Transit
Depart for the Málaga airport for the
return flights to your gateway city.A
NOTE: Itinerary sequence and/or scheduled events
may change. Some sightseeing can be strenuous, so
a reasonable level of fitness is recommended. Some
passengers may decide to take a break on certain days
and explore the environs around the port. Optional
excursions may be available; they can be purchased
on site.
Included meals indicated each day as
B | L | D = Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner.
Located in Seville’s Barrio Santa Cruz, the Hotel
Fernando III is convenient to the Firalda and the
church of Santa Maria la Blanca, Seville’s oldest
synagogue, among other sites. Outside, the 18thcentury architecture is renowned, and the interiors
feature paintings from Sevillian artists. The hotel
boasts a restaurant, an outdoor pool and a terrace
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three restaurants, room service and a currency exchange. The well-appointed guest rooms include
air conditioning, a TV with satellite channels and
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It is impossible to separate the southernmost region of the Iberian Peninsula from the
desire to explore. After all, Ferdinand Magellan and Christopher Columbus both began their
most renowned voyages here. Passage of the Moors offers you the opportunity to begin a
journey, as well.
Discover the cultural riches of Spain and Morocco in a level of luxury early seafarers never
could have imagined. Explore fascinating Seville, then cruise to Morocco aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey, an experience that includes two overnight hotel stays in the storied cities of Marrakesh
and Fez. Along the way, admire the varied architectural styles brought to the region by several
civilizations, sample sherry and local specialties, and bask in the beauty of southern Spain and
northern Africa.
This Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a journey for people who are ever curious and excited to
learn about classical civilizations. One essential feature of every Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a
series of lectures presented by esteemed historians and dynamic speakers. Plus, throughout
your cruise, enjoy the breathtaking scenery and the delicious food and wine of the
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CRUISE FROM
SEVILLE TO MÁLAGA
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AHI TRAVEL
ESPECIALLY FOR
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
ALUMNI AND FRIENDS
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VOYAGES TO ANTIQUITY
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Cathedral, Seville
Mezquita, Córdoba
Moroccan musician
Alhambra, Granada
Jerez
Mosaic, Volubilis
mv aegean odyssey
Cruise in comfort, relax in style.
Program
Highlights
> Explore fascinating Seville,
Marrakesh and Fez while based at
beautiful hotels.
> Cruise from Spain to Morocco
during a nine-night voyage aboard
MV Aegean Odyssey.
> Visit the Alhambra in Spain and discover
historical medinas in Morocco.
> Sample sherry in Jerez
de la Frontera.
> An
included excursion in each port
of call enhances your understanding
of the local culture.
> Pursue
your own interests during
leisure time in several ports.
> Noted scholars present an informative
lecture series on local topics.
Comfortable and relaxing, MV Aegean Odyssey
is the ideal ship for touring antiquity. This is a
premium-class vessel, rebuilt for cruising the
coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The
ship easily approaches islands, enters remote
inlets and explores ancient sites inaccessible to
larger vessels, opening up experiences to you
that others miss. This is boutique-style cruising.
The ship carries an average of 350 passengers
accommodated in comfortable and well-appointed
suites, junior suites and staterooms. Enjoy a
casual dress code, open-seated dining and many
diversions, including the outdoor pool, a full-service
spa and stimulating talks in the lecture theatre.
Two restaurants celebrate the Mediterranean’s
glorious culinary tradition with the best ingredients
in delicious and healthful dishes. Enjoy full waiter
service and easy sophistication in the Marco Polo,
the ship’s more formal dining room, where lunches
and dinners feature delectable entrées. At dinner,
complimentary house wines are carefully sourced
from noted wine regions around the world. The
Terrace Café offers cooking on the open grill and
indoor and alfresco seating for breakfast, lunch
and dinner. The bistro-style restaurant serves
appetizers, paella and authentic Italian pizzas. For
a special treat, take afternoon tea — an English
tradition made magical when enjoyed at sea. Aegean
Odyssey’s crowning touch is the fine service of the
crew, whose attention to detail and graciousness
will complete your unforgettable voyage to antiquity.
top LeCtuReRs and
FasCInatIng taLKs
The lecturers and speakers on
a Voyages to Antiquity cruise are
leaders in their fields, often affiliated
with the world’s prestigious
universities, including Oxford and
Cambridge; best-selling authors; and
experts from fine museums and
organizations such as the
Archaeological Institute of America.
They are selected for their knowledge
of Europe and their ability to bring the
history, archaeology, architecture and
art of ancient civilizations to life.
Assisting the speakers during
lectures and on trips ashore will be
a team of young classical history
graduates whose enthusiasm and
specialized knowledge will enhance
your explorations.
| UNESCO |
The UNESCO World Heritage sites featured
in this program are Seville’s Alcázar,
the historic centre of Cordóba, and
Granada’s Alhambra, Generalife
and Albayzin in Spain; and the
medinas of Fez and Marrakesh, the
archaeological sites of Volubilis,
the Portuguese City of Mazagan (El
Jadida), and the cities of Meknes and
Rabat in Morocco.
DISCOVER THE HISTORY, ART AND CULTURES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
day one
In Transit
Depart your gateway city for Málaga, Spain.A
A
Provided for AHI FlexAir passengers.
day two
Málaga, Spain | Seville
Upon arrival, transferA to Seville and the Hotel
Fernando III.
The rest of the day is at leisure.
day three
b
Seville
Excursion: Arches, Squares and Spires.
The modern capital of Andalucía, Seville is a
showcase of fairytale architecture. Stroll by
the elegant 14th-century Alcázar palace. Step
inside the Giralda cathedral, the symbol of the
city and the world’s largest Gothic building.
Explore the well-preserved 17th-century
Barrio de Santa Cruz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
rest of the day pursuing individual interests.
This evening, gather with your fellow travellers
for a Welcome Reception at the hotel.
day four
b|d
Seville | Córdoba | Embark
This morning after breakfast, check out of the
hotel and depart on an excursion to Córdoba.
Excursion: City of the Great Mosque.
Visit Córdoba, one of mediaeval Europe’s
richest cities. The ancient capital of Andalucía
is borne of Roman, Moorish, Jewish and
Christian influences. At its centre is the
massive Mezquita. This mosque-turnedcathedral is regarded as an architectural
masterpiece. Visit the Judería (Jewish Quarter),
a maze of narrow lanes now known for its shops.
Return to Seville and embark the ship.
This evening, join your fellow passengers on
the deck for a Captain’s Welcome Reception.
day five
b|l|d
Seville | At Sea | Cádiz
Independent Exploration: After breakfast,
spend the morning at leisure in Seville.
Later, begin your journey aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey and spend the afternoon cruising the
Guadalquivir River, one of the largest waterways
in Spain, en route to Cádiz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
evening at leisure in Cádiz.
day six
b|l|d
Cádiz | Jerez De La Frontera
Excursion: Cádiz and Jerez de la
Frontera. Enjoy a panoramic drive through
Cádiz, gateway to the New World. Pass the
18th-century baroque cathedral, whose golden
cupola looms above the houses. Other
highlights include the Plaza España; the gardens
where the Las Cortes of 1812 is situated; and
the Alameda de Apodaca Gardens. Continue
to Jerez de la Frontera, home to dozens of wine
companies. Visit Bodega Gonzalez Byass, which
produces a world-renowned sherry. Learn about
the blending process, then sample various types
of wine from the cellars.
day seven
b|l|d
Casablanca, Morocco |
Marrakesh
This morning, disembark the ship in
Casablanca and drive to Marrakesh.
Excursion: Highlights of Marrakesh.
Take an afternoon guided tour of the old
medina. Stroll along labyrinthine alleys and
see mosques, hammams and fondouks. Visit
the 14th-century Ben Youssef Medrassa, noted
for its latticework interior décor. Continue to
Palace of Dar Menebhi, a 19th-century treasure
that showcases pure Moroccan architecture
of the period and serves as a museum. Walk
to the Kasbah, the Saadian Tombs and Bahía
Palace, home to a lush Moorish-style garden.
End at Djemma el Fna Square and see the
famous Koutoubia Minaret.
Continue to Le Meridien N’Fis where you will
overnight.
Marrakesh
day eight
b|l|d
El Jadida | Casablanca
Excursion: El Jadida. Drive from Marrakesh
to El Jadida, a stylish, stunning town that still
boasts ramparts of its old medina. Visit the
ruins next to the pier where some canons, used
during battles between Portuguese, Spanish
and English armies, remain. The Portuguese
built a cistern in 1514 that features surprising
Gothic architecture in an almost 1,115-squaremetre room. Renowned for the shallow water
on the floor that creates exciting reflections,
the cistern was rediscovered in 1916.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in El Jadida.
Excursion: Casablanca. Before rejoining
the ship, enjoy a panoramic tour of beloved
Casablanca, Morocco’s principal port and
largest town. Situated at the edge of the port is
Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques
in the world.
Later, rejoin the ship in Casablanca, where you
will overnight.
El Jadida
day nine
b | l | d day ten
Rabat | Meknes | Volubilis | Fez
Excursion: Rabat. Visit Rabat, the capital
of Morocco; its old medina; the Kasbah of the
Oudayas and Oudaya Gate, built during the
Almohad dynasty; Hassan Tower and the
Chellah, built by the Marinids; Mohamed V
Mausoleum, burial place of the king’s father;
the Royal Palace; and the government district.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Rabat.
After lunch, drive to Meknes, a city founded
by the Almoravids in the ninth century, for
a photo stop, then continue to Volubilis.
Excursion: Volubilis. The impressive
Roman ruins at Volubilis covers more than
40.5 hectares and serves as a testament to the
Roman influence as the empire grew. Because
the site remained unoccupied for hundreds
of years, the archaeological site is remarkably
well preserved.
Later, check in to the Hôtel Les Mérinides
where you will overnight.
b|l|d
Fez | Tangier
Excursion: Fez. Home to the oldest
university in the world and the cultural
religious capital of Morocco, Fez reached the
height of its prominence under the Marinids in
the 13th and 14th centuries. During a
sightseeing tour, see the old medina, then visit
the Bou Inania and el-Attarine, 14th-century
religious schools. Enjoy a photo stop at Bab
Boujloud, a beautiful fountain at Place
Nejjarine, and the entrance of the Royal Palace.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Fez.
Later, rejoin the ship in Tangier.
day eleven
b|l|d
Tangier | Gibraltar
Excursion: Tangier. Explore the Grottoes of
Hercules, where legend holds the Greek hero
rested after creating the Strait of Gibraltar,
then continue to Cape Spartel Lighthouse,
built in 1864. Return to the medina and the
Kasbah, where you will have time at leisure.
Volubilis
Rock of Gibraltar
Excursion: Top of the Rock. Take a cable
car to Top Station, where panoramic vistas
await. Drive to the Nature Reserve toward
Apes Den. Barbary apes have inhabited the
area for centuries. Continue to the area
known as the Upper Galleries and its Great
Siege Tunnels. Walk through the tunnels.
then explore the Gibraltar Museum and
see the ruins of 14th-century Turkish baths.
This evening, gather for a Farewell
Reception on the ship.
day twelve
b|l|d
Málaga, Spain
Excursion: Granada and the
Alhambra. Drive to Granada and the
Alhambra. Go inside the Alqala Hamra,
where you will visit the Nazaries Palaces, and
Serallo, the official residence that surrounds
Patio de los Leones fountain. Continue to the
Generalife and visit the summer palace for
the sultans of Granada. Afterward, admire
a stunning view of the Sierra Nevada, Darro
Valley and the Old Quarter of Albayzin.
day thirteen
b
In Transit
Depart for the Málaga airport for the
return flights to your gateway city.A
NOTE: Itinerary sequence and/or scheduled events
may change. Some sightseeing can be strenuous, so
a reasonable level of fitness is recommended. Some
passengers may decide to take a break on certain days
and explore the environs around the port. Optional
excursions may be available; they can be purchased
on site.
Included meals indicated each day as
B | L | D = Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner.
Located in Seville’s Barrio Santa Cruz, the Hotel
Fernando III is convenient to the Firalda and the
church of Santa Maria la Blanca, Seville’s oldest
synagogue, among other sites. Outside, the 18thcentury architecture is renowned, and the interiors
feature paintings from Sevillian artists. The hotel
boasts a restaurant, an outdoor pool and a terrace
with panoramic views. Wi-Fi is complimentary .
Le meRIdIen n’FIs
maRRaKesH, moRoCCo
Lush green space and calming fountains set the
atmosphere for the Le Meridien N’Fis. Each wellappointed guest room features modern, warm design
elements. The hotel offers an array of amenities,
ranging from a swimming pool to a spa featuring
traditional Moroccan techniques. Wi-Fi is available.
HôteL Les méRInIdes
FeZ, moRoCCo
The Hôtel Les Mérinides mixes traditional Moroccan décor with modern amenities and remarkable
hospitality. The hotel features a swimming pool,
three restaurants, room service and a currency exchange. The well-appointed guest rooms include
air conditioning, a TV with satellite channels and
colourful finishes. Wi-Fi is complimentary .
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
W I N N ER
AWARDS
HoteL FeRnando III
VOYAGES TO ANTIQUITY
BEST FOR ADVENTURE
sevILLe, spaIn
Cathedral, Seville
Mezquita, Córdoba
Moroccan musician
Alhambra, Granada
Jerez
Mosaic, Volubilis
mv aegean odyssey
Cruise in comfort, relax in style.
Program
Highlights
> Explore fascinating Seville,
Marrakesh and Fez while based at
beautiful hotels.
> Cruise from Spain to Morocco
during a nine-night voyage aboard
MV Aegean Odyssey.
> Visit the Alhambra in Spain and discover
historical medinas in Morocco.
> Sample sherry in Jerez
de la Frontera.
> An
included excursion in each port
of call enhances your understanding
of the local culture.
> Pursue
your own interests during
leisure time in several ports.
> Noted scholars present an informative
lecture series on local topics.
Comfortable and relaxing, MV Aegean Odyssey
is the ideal ship for touring antiquity. This is a
premium-class vessel, rebuilt for cruising the
coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The
ship easily approaches islands, enters remote
inlets and explores ancient sites inaccessible to
larger vessels, opening up experiences to you
that others miss. This is boutique-style cruising.
The ship carries an average of 350 passengers
accommodated in comfortable and well-appointed
suites, junior suites and staterooms. Enjoy a
casual dress code, open-seated dining and many
diversions, including the outdoor pool, a full-service
spa and stimulating talks in the lecture theatre.
Two restaurants celebrate the Mediterranean’s
glorious culinary tradition with the best ingredients
in delicious and healthful dishes. Enjoy full waiter
service and easy sophistication in the Marco Polo,
the ship’s more formal dining room, where lunches
and dinners feature delectable entrées. At dinner,
complimentary house wines are carefully sourced
from noted wine regions around the world. The
Terrace Café offers cooking on the open grill and
indoor and alfresco seating for breakfast, lunch
and dinner. The bistro-style restaurant serves
appetizers, paella and authentic Italian pizzas. For
a special treat, take afternoon tea — an English
tradition made magical when enjoyed at sea. Aegean
Odyssey’s crowning touch is the fine service of the
crew, whose attention to detail and graciousness
will complete your unforgettable voyage to antiquity.
top LeCtuReRs and
FasCInatIng taLKs
The lecturers and speakers on
a Voyages to Antiquity cruise are
leaders in their fields, often affiliated
with the world’s prestigious
universities, including Oxford and
Cambridge; best-selling authors; and
experts from fine museums and
organizations such as the
Archaeological Institute of America.
They are selected for their knowledge
of Europe and their ability to bring the
history, archaeology, architecture and
art of ancient civilizations to life.
Assisting the speakers during
lectures and on trips ashore will be
a team of young classical history
graduates whose enthusiasm and
specialized knowledge will enhance
your explorations.
| UNESCO |
The UNESCO World Heritage sites featured
in this program are Seville’s Alcázar,
the historic centre of Cordóba, and
Granada’s Alhambra, Generalife
and Albayzin in Spain; and the
medinas of Fez and Marrakesh, the
archaeological sites of Volubilis,
the Portuguese City of Mazagan (El
Jadida), and the cities of Meknes and
Rabat in Morocco.
DISCOVER THE HISTORY, ART AND CULTURES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
day one
In Transit
Depart your gateway city for Málaga, Spain.A
A
Provided for AHI FlexAir passengers.
day two
Málaga, Spain | Seville
Upon arrival, transferA to Seville and the Hotel
Fernando III.
The rest of the day is at leisure.
day three
b
Seville
Excursion: Arches, Squares and Spires.
The modern capital of Andalucía, Seville is a
showcase of fairytale architecture. Stroll by
the elegant 14th-century Alcázar palace. Step
inside the Giralda cathedral, the symbol of the
city and the world’s largest Gothic building.
Explore the well-preserved 17th-century
Barrio de Santa Cruz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
rest of the day pursuing individual interests.
This evening, gather with your fellow travellers
for a Welcome Reception at the hotel.
day four
b|d
Seville | Córdoba | Embark
This morning after breakfast, check out of the
hotel and depart on an excursion to Córdoba.
Excursion: City of the Great Mosque.
Visit Córdoba, one of mediaeval Europe’s
richest cities. The ancient capital of Andalucía
is borne of Roman, Moorish, Jewish and
Christian influences. At its centre is the
massive Mezquita. This mosque-turnedcathedral is regarded as an architectural
masterpiece. Visit the Judería (Jewish Quarter),
a maze of narrow lanes now known for its shops.
Return to Seville and embark the ship.
This evening, join your fellow passengers on
the deck for a Captain’s Welcome Reception.
day five
b|l|d
Seville | At Sea | Cádiz
Independent Exploration: After breakfast,
spend the morning at leisure in Seville.
Later, begin your journey aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey and spend the afternoon cruising the
Guadalquivir River, one of the largest waterways
in Spain, en route to Cádiz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
evening at leisure in Cádiz.
day six
b|l|d
Cádiz | Jerez De La Frontera
Excursion: Cádiz and Jerez de la
Frontera. Enjoy a panoramic drive through
Cádiz, gateway to the New World. Pass the
18th-century baroque cathedral, whose golden
cupola looms above the houses. Other
highlights include the Plaza España; the gardens
where the Las Cortes of 1812 is situated; and
the Alameda de Apodaca Gardens. Continue
to Jerez de la Frontera, home to dozens of wine
companies. Visit Bodega Gonzalez Byass, which
produces a world-renowned sherry. Learn about
the blending process, then sample various types
of wine from the cellars.
day seven
b|l|d
Casablanca, Morocco |
Marrakesh
This morning, disembark the ship in
Casablanca and drive to Marrakesh.
Excursion: Highlights of Marrakesh.
Take an afternoon guided tour of the old
medina. Stroll along labyrinthine alleys and
see mosques, hammams and fondouks. Visit
the 14th-century Ben Youssef Medrassa, noted
for its latticework interior décor. Continue to
Palace of Dar Menebhi, a 19th-century treasure
that showcases pure Moroccan architecture
of the period and serves as a museum. Walk
to the Kasbah, the Saadian Tombs and Bahía
Palace, home to a lush Moorish-style garden.
End at Djemma el Fna Square and see the
famous Koutoubia Minaret.
Continue to Le Meridien N’Fis where you will
overnight.
Marrakesh
day eight
b|l|d
El Jadida | Casablanca
Excursion: El Jadida. Drive from Marrakesh
to El Jadida, a stylish, stunning town that still
boasts ramparts of its old medina. Visit the
ruins next to the pier where some canons, used
during battles between Portuguese, Spanish
and English armies, remain. The Portuguese
built a cistern in 1514 that features surprising
Gothic architecture in an almost 1,115-squaremetre room. Renowned for the shallow water
on the floor that creates exciting reflections,
the cistern was rediscovered in 1916.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in El Jadida.
Excursion: Casablanca. Before rejoining
the ship, enjoy a panoramic tour of beloved
Casablanca, Morocco’s principal port and
largest town. Situated at the edge of the port is
Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques
in the world.
Later, rejoin the ship in Casablanca, where you
will overnight.
El Jadida
day nine
b | l | d day ten
Rabat | Meknes | Volubilis | Fez
Excursion: Rabat. Visit Rabat, the capital
of Morocco; its old medina; the Kasbah of the
Oudayas and Oudaya Gate, built during the
Almohad dynasty; Hassan Tower and the
Chellah, built by the Marinids; Mohamed V
Mausoleum, burial place of the king’s father;
the Royal Palace; and the government district.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Rabat.
After lunch, drive to Meknes, a city founded
by the Almoravids in the ninth century, for
a photo stop, then continue to Volubilis.
Excursion: Volubilis. The impressive
Roman ruins at Volubilis covers more than
40.5 hectares and serves as a testament to the
Roman influence as the empire grew. Because
the site remained unoccupied for hundreds
of years, the archaeological site is remarkably
well preserved.
Later, check in to the Hôtel Les Mérinides
where you will overnight.
b|l|d
Fez | Tangier
Excursion: Fez. Home to the oldest
university in the world and the cultural
religious capital of Morocco, Fez reached the
height of its prominence under the Marinids in
the 13th and 14th centuries. During a
sightseeing tour, see the old medina, then visit
the Bou Inania and el-Attarine, 14th-century
religious schools. Enjoy a photo stop at Bab
Boujloud, a beautiful fountain at Place
Nejjarine, and the entrance of the Royal Palace.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Fez.
Later, rejoin the ship in Tangier.
day eleven
b|l|d
Tangier | Gibraltar
Excursion: Tangier. Explore the Grottoes of
Hercules, where legend holds the Greek hero
rested after creating the Strait of Gibraltar,
then continue to Cape Spartel Lighthouse,
built in 1864. Return to the medina and the
Kasbah, where you will have time at leisure.
Volubilis
Rock of Gibraltar
Excursion: Top of the Rock. Take a cable
car to Top Station, where panoramic vistas
await. Drive to the Nature Reserve toward
Apes Den. Barbary apes have inhabited the
area for centuries. Continue to the area
known as the Upper Galleries and its Great
Siege Tunnels. Walk through the tunnels.
then explore the Gibraltar Museum and
see the ruins of 14th-century Turkish baths.
This evening, gather for a Farewell
Reception on the ship.
day twelve
b|l|d
Málaga, Spain
Excursion: Granada and the
Alhambra. Drive to Granada and the
Alhambra. Go inside the Alqala Hamra,
where you will visit the Nazaries Palaces, and
Serallo, the official residence that surrounds
Patio de los Leones fountain. Continue to the
Generalife and visit the summer palace for
the sultans of Granada. Afterward, admire
a stunning view of the Sierra Nevada, Darro
Valley and the Old Quarter of Albayzin.
day thirteen
b
In Transit
Depart for the Málaga airport for the
return flights to your gateway city.A
NOTE: Itinerary sequence and/or scheduled events
may change. Some sightseeing can be strenuous, so
a reasonable level of fitness is recommended. Some
passengers may decide to take a break on certain days
and explore the environs around the port. Optional
excursions may be available; they can be purchased
on site.
Included meals indicated each day as
B | L | D = Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner.
Located in Seville’s Barrio Santa Cruz, the Hotel
Fernando III is convenient to the Firalda and the
church of Santa Maria la Blanca, Seville’s oldest
synagogue, among other sites. Outside, the 18thcentury architecture is renowned, and the interiors
feature paintings from Sevillian artists. The hotel
boasts a restaurant, an outdoor pool and a terrace
with panoramic views. Wi-Fi is complimentary .
Le meRIdIen n’FIs
maRRaKesH, moRoCCo
Lush green space and calming fountains set the
atmosphere for the Le Meridien N’Fis. Each wellappointed guest room features modern, warm design
elements. The hotel offers an array of amenities,
ranging from a swimming pool to a spa featuring
traditional Moroccan techniques. Wi-Fi is available.
HôteL Les méRInIdes
FeZ, moRoCCo
The Hôtel Les Mérinides mixes traditional Moroccan décor with modern amenities and remarkable
hospitality. The hotel features a swimming pool,
three restaurants, room service and a currency exchange. The well-appointed guest rooms include
air conditioning, a TV with satellite channels and
colourful finishes. Wi-Fi is complimentary .
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
W I N N ER
AWARDS
HoteL FeRnando III
VOYAGES TO ANTIQUITY
BEST FOR ADVENTURE
sevILLe, spaIn
Cathedral, Seville
Mezquita, Córdoba
Moroccan musician
Alhambra, Granada
Jerez
Mosaic, Volubilis
mv aegean odyssey
Cruise in comfort, relax in style.
Program
Highlights
> Explore fascinating Seville,
Marrakesh and Fez while based at
beautiful hotels.
> Cruise from Spain to Morocco
during a nine-night voyage aboard
MV Aegean Odyssey.
> Visit the Alhambra in Spain and discover
historical medinas in Morocco.
> Sample sherry in Jerez
de la Frontera.
> An
included excursion in each port
of call enhances your understanding
of the local culture.
> Pursue
your own interests during
leisure time in several ports.
> Noted scholars present an informative
lecture series on local topics.
Comfortable and relaxing, MV Aegean Odyssey
is the ideal ship for touring antiquity. This is a
premium-class vessel, rebuilt for cruising the
coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The
ship easily approaches islands, enters remote
inlets and explores ancient sites inaccessible to
larger vessels, opening up experiences to you
that others miss. This is boutique-style cruising.
The ship carries an average of 350 passengers
accommodated in comfortable and well-appointed
suites, junior suites and staterooms. Enjoy a
casual dress code, open-seated dining and many
diversions, including the outdoor pool, a full-service
spa and stimulating talks in the lecture theatre.
Two restaurants celebrate the Mediterranean’s
glorious culinary tradition with the best ingredients
in delicious and healthful dishes. Enjoy full waiter
service and easy sophistication in the Marco Polo,
the ship’s more formal dining room, where lunches
and dinners feature delectable entrées. At dinner,
complimentary house wines are carefully sourced
from noted wine regions around the world. The
Terrace Café offers cooking on the open grill and
indoor and alfresco seating for breakfast, lunch
and dinner. The bistro-style restaurant serves
appetizers, paella and authentic Italian pizzas. For
a special treat, take afternoon tea — an English
tradition made magical when enjoyed at sea. Aegean
Odyssey’s crowning touch is the fine service of the
crew, whose attention to detail and graciousness
will complete your unforgettable voyage to antiquity.
top LeCtuReRs and
FasCInatIng taLKs
The lecturers and speakers on
a Voyages to Antiquity cruise are
leaders in their fields, often affiliated
with the world’s prestigious
universities, including Oxford and
Cambridge; best-selling authors; and
experts from fine museums and
organizations such as the
Archaeological Institute of America.
They are selected for their knowledge
of Europe and their ability to bring the
history, archaeology, architecture and
art of ancient civilizations to life.
Assisting the speakers during
lectures and on trips ashore will be
a team of young classical history
graduates whose enthusiasm and
specialized knowledge will enhance
your explorations.
| UNESCO |
The UNESCO World Heritage sites featured
in this program are Seville’s Alcázar,
the historic centre of Cordóba, and
Granada’s Alhambra, Generalife
and Albayzin in Spain; and the
medinas of Fez and Marrakesh, the
archaeological sites of Volubilis,
the Portuguese City of Mazagan (El
Jadida), and the cities of Meknes and
Rabat in Morocco.
DISCOVER THE HISTORY, ART AND CULTURES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
day one
In Transit
Depart your gateway city for Málaga, Spain.A
A
Provided for AHI FlexAir passengers.
day two
Málaga, Spain | Seville
Upon arrival, transferA to Seville and the Hotel
Fernando III.
The rest of the day is at leisure.
day three
b
Seville
Excursion: Arches, Squares and Spires.
The modern capital of Andalucía, Seville is a
showcase of fairytale architecture. Stroll by
the elegant 14th-century Alcázar palace. Step
inside the Giralda cathedral, the symbol of the
city and the world’s largest Gothic building.
Explore the well-preserved 17th-century
Barrio de Santa Cruz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
rest of the day pursuing individual interests.
This evening, gather with your fellow travellers
for a Welcome Reception at the hotel.
day four
b|d
Seville | Córdoba | Embark
This morning after breakfast, check out of the
hotel and depart on an excursion to Córdoba.
Excursion: City of the Great Mosque.
Visit Córdoba, one of mediaeval Europe’s
richest cities. The ancient capital of Andalucía
is borne of Roman, Moorish, Jewish and
Christian influences. At its centre is the
massive Mezquita. This mosque-turnedcathedral is regarded as an architectural
masterpiece. Visit the Judería (Jewish Quarter),
a maze of narrow lanes now known for its shops.
Return to Seville and embark the ship.
This evening, join your fellow passengers on
the deck for a Captain’s Welcome Reception.
day five
b|l|d
Seville | At Sea | Cádiz
Independent Exploration: After breakfast,
spend the morning at leisure in Seville.
Later, begin your journey aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey and spend the afternoon cruising the
Guadalquivir River, one of the largest waterways
in Spain, en route to Cádiz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
evening at leisure in Cádiz.
day six
b|l|d
Cádiz | Jerez De La Frontera
Excursion: Cádiz and Jerez de la
Frontera. Enjoy a panoramic drive through
Cádiz, gateway to the New World. Pass the
18th-century baroque cathedral, whose golden
cupola looms above the houses. Other
highlights include the Plaza España; the gardens
where the Las Cortes of 1812 is situated; and
the Alameda de Apodaca Gardens. Continue
to Jerez de la Frontera, home to dozens of wine
companies. Visit Bodega Gonzalez Byass, which
produces a world-renowned sherry. Learn about
the blending process, then sample various types
of wine from the cellars.
day seven
b|l|d
Casablanca, Morocco |
Marrakesh
This morning, disembark the ship in
Casablanca and drive to Marrakesh.
Excursion: Highlights of Marrakesh.
Take an afternoon guided tour of the old
medina. Stroll along labyrinthine alleys and
see mosques, hammams and fondouks. Visit
the 14th-century Ben Youssef Medrassa, noted
for its latticework interior décor. Continue to
Palace of Dar Menebhi, a 19th-century treasure
that showcases pure Moroccan architecture
of the period and serves as a museum. Walk
to the Kasbah, the Saadian Tombs and Bahía
Palace, home to a lush Moorish-style garden.
End at Djemma el Fna Square and see the
famous Koutoubia Minaret.
Continue to Le Meridien N’Fis where you will
overnight.
Marrakesh
day eight
b|l|d
El Jadida | Casablanca
Excursion: El Jadida. Drive from Marrakesh
to El Jadida, a stylish, stunning town that still
boasts ramparts of its old medina. Visit the
ruins next to the pier where some canons, used
during battles between Portuguese, Spanish
and English armies, remain. The Portuguese
built a cistern in 1514 that features surprising
Gothic architecture in an almost 1,115-squaremetre room. Renowned for the shallow water
on the floor that creates exciting reflections,
the cistern was rediscovered in 1916.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in El Jadida.
Excursion: Casablanca. Before rejoining
the ship, enjoy a panoramic tour of beloved
Casablanca, Morocco’s principal port and
largest town. Situated at the edge of the port is
Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques
in the world.
Later, rejoin the ship in Casablanca, where you
will overnight.
El Jadida
day nine
b | l | d day ten
Rabat | Meknes | Volubilis | Fez
Excursion: Rabat. Visit Rabat, the capital
of Morocco; its old medina; the Kasbah of the
Oudayas and Oudaya Gate, built during the
Almohad dynasty; Hassan Tower and the
Chellah, built by the Marinids; Mohamed V
Mausoleum, burial place of the king’s father;
the Royal Palace; and the government district.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Rabat.
After lunch, drive to Meknes, a city founded
by the Almoravids in the ninth century, for
a photo stop, then continue to Volubilis.
Excursion: Volubilis. The impressive
Roman ruins at Volubilis covers more than
40.5 hectares and serves as a testament to the
Roman influence as the empire grew. Because
the site remained unoccupied for hundreds
of years, the archaeological site is remarkably
well preserved.
Later, check in to the Hôtel Les Mérinides
where you will overnight.
b|l|d
Fez | Tangier
Excursion: Fez. Home to the oldest
university in the world and the cultural
religious capital of Morocco, Fez reached the
height of its prominence under the Marinids in
the 13th and 14th centuries. During a
sightseeing tour, see the old medina, then visit
the Bou Inania and el-Attarine, 14th-century
religious schools. Enjoy a photo stop at Bab
Boujloud, a beautiful fountain at Place
Nejjarine, and the entrance of the Royal Palace.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Fez.
Later, rejoin the ship in Tangier.
day eleven
b|l|d
Tangier | Gibraltar
Excursion: Tangier. Explore the Grottoes of
Hercules, where legend holds the Greek hero
rested after creating the Strait of Gibraltar,
then continue to Cape Spartel Lighthouse,
built in 1864. Return to the medina and the
Kasbah, where you will have time at leisure.
Volubilis
Rock of Gibraltar
Excursion: Top of the Rock. Take a cable
car to Top Station, where panoramic vistas
await. Drive to the Nature Reserve toward
Apes Den. Barbary apes have inhabited the
area for centuries. Continue to the area
known as the Upper Galleries and its Great
Siege Tunnels. Walk through the tunnels.
then explore the Gibraltar Museum and
see the ruins of 14th-century Turkish baths.
This evening, gather for a Farewell
Reception on the ship.
day twelve
b|l|d
Málaga, Spain
Excursion: Granada and the
Alhambra. Drive to Granada and the
Alhambra. Go inside the Alqala Hamra,
where you will visit the Nazaries Palaces, and
Serallo, the official residence that surrounds
Patio de los Leones fountain. Continue to the
Generalife and visit the summer palace for
the sultans of Granada. Afterward, admire
a stunning view of the Sierra Nevada, Darro
Valley and the Old Quarter of Albayzin.
day thirteen
b
In Transit
Depart for the Málaga airport for the
return flights to your gateway city.A
NOTE: Itinerary sequence and/or scheduled events
may change. Some sightseeing can be strenuous, so
a reasonable level of fitness is recommended. Some
passengers may decide to take a break on certain days
and explore the environs around the port. Optional
excursions may be available; they can be purchased
on site.
Included meals indicated each day as
B | L | D = Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner.
Located in Seville’s Barrio Santa Cruz, the Hotel
Fernando III is convenient to the Firalda and the
church of Santa Maria la Blanca, Seville’s oldest
synagogue, among other sites. Outside, the 18thcentury architecture is renowned, and the interiors
feature paintings from Sevillian artists. The hotel
boasts a restaurant, an outdoor pool and a terrace
with panoramic views. Wi-Fi is complimentary .
Le meRIdIen n’FIs
maRRaKesH, moRoCCo
Lush green space and calming fountains set the
atmosphere for the Le Meridien N’Fis. Each wellappointed guest room features modern, warm design
elements. The hotel offers an array of amenities,
ranging from a swimming pool to a spa featuring
traditional Moroccan techniques. Wi-Fi is available.
HôteL Les méRInIdes
FeZ, moRoCCo
The Hôtel Les Mérinides mixes traditional Moroccan décor with modern amenities and remarkable
hospitality. The hotel features a swimming pool,
three restaurants, room service and a currency exchange. The well-appointed guest rooms include
air conditioning, a TV with satellite channels and
colourful finishes. Wi-Fi is complimentary .
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
W I N N ER
AWARDS
HoteL FeRnando III
VOYAGES TO ANTIQUITY
BEST FOR ADVENTURE
sevILLe, spaIn
Cathedral, Seville
Mezquita, Córdoba
Moroccan musician
Alhambra, Granada
Jerez
Mosaic, Volubilis
mv aegean odyssey
Cruise in comfort, relax in style.
Program
Highlights
> Explore fascinating Seville,
Marrakesh and Fez while based at
beautiful hotels.
> Cruise from Spain to Morocco
during a nine-night voyage aboard
MV Aegean Odyssey.
> Visit the Alhambra in Spain and discover
historical medinas in Morocco.
> Sample sherry in Jerez
de la Frontera.
> An
included excursion in each port
of call enhances your understanding
of the local culture.
> Pursue
your own interests during
leisure time in several ports.
> Noted scholars present an informative
lecture series on local topics.
Comfortable and relaxing, MV Aegean Odyssey
is the ideal ship for touring antiquity. This is a
premium-class vessel, rebuilt for cruising the
coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The
ship easily approaches islands, enters remote
inlets and explores ancient sites inaccessible to
larger vessels, opening up experiences to you
that others miss. This is boutique-style cruising.
The ship carries an average of 350 passengers
accommodated in comfortable and well-appointed
suites, junior suites and staterooms. Enjoy a
casual dress code, open-seated dining and many
diversions, including the outdoor pool, a full-service
spa and stimulating talks in the lecture theatre.
Two restaurants celebrate the Mediterranean’s
glorious culinary tradition with the best ingredients
in delicious and healthful dishes. Enjoy full waiter
service and easy sophistication in the Marco Polo,
the ship’s more formal dining room, where lunches
and dinners feature delectable entrées. At dinner,
complimentary house wines are carefully sourced
from noted wine regions around the world. The
Terrace Café offers cooking on the open grill and
indoor and alfresco seating for breakfast, lunch
and dinner. The bistro-style restaurant serves
appetizers, paella and authentic Italian pizzas. For
a special treat, take afternoon tea — an English
tradition made magical when enjoyed at sea. Aegean
Odyssey’s crowning touch is the fine service of the
crew, whose attention to detail and graciousness
will complete your unforgettable voyage to antiquity.
top LeCtuReRs and
FasCInatIng taLKs
The lecturers and speakers on
a Voyages to Antiquity cruise are
leaders in their fields, often affiliated
with the world’s prestigious
universities, including Oxford and
Cambridge; best-selling authors; and
experts from fine museums and
organizations such as the
Archaeological Institute of America.
They are selected for their knowledge
of Europe and their ability to bring the
history, archaeology, architecture and
art of ancient civilizations to life.
Assisting the speakers during
lectures and on trips ashore will be
a team of young classical history
graduates whose enthusiasm and
specialized knowledge will enhance
your explorations.
| UNESCO |
The UNESCO World Heritage sites featured
in this program are Seville’s Alcázar,
the historic centre of Cordóba, and
Granada’s Alhambra, Generalife
and Albayzin in Spain; and the
medinas of Fez and Marrakesh, the
archaeological sites of Volubilis,
the Portuguese City of Mazagan (El
Jadida), and the cities of Meknes and
Rabat in Morocco.
DISCOVER THE HISTORY, ART AND CULTURES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
day one
In Transit
Depart your gateway city for Málaga, Spain.A
A
Provided for AHI FlexAir passengers.
day two
Málaga, Spain | Seville
Upon arrival, transferA to Seville and the Hotel
Fernando III.
The rest of the day is at leisure.
day three
b
Seville
Excursion: Arches, Squares and Spires.
The modern capital of Andalucía, Seville is a
showcase of fairytale architecture. Stroll by
the elegant 14th-century Alcázar palace. Step
inside the Giralda cathedral, the symbol of the
city and the world’s largest Gothic building.
Explore the well-preserved 17th-century
Barrio de Santa Cruz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
rest of the day pursuing individual interests.
This evening, gather with your fellow travellers
for a Welcome Reception at the hotel.
day four
b|d
Seville | Córdoba | Embark
This morning after breakfast, check out of the
hotel and depart on an excursion to Córdoba.
Excursion: City of the Great Mosque.
Visit Córdoba, one of mediaeval Europe’s
richest cities. The ancient capital of Andalucía
is borne of Roman, Moorish, Jewish and
Christian influences. At its centre is the
massive Mezquita. This mosque-turnedcathedral is regarded as an architectural
masterpiece. Visit the Judería (Jewish Quarter),
a maze of narrow lanes now known for its shops.
Return to Seville and embark the ship.
This evening, join your fellow passengers on
the deck for a Captain’s Welcome Reception.
day five
b|l|d
Seville | At Sea | Cádiz
Independent Exploration: After breakfast,
spend the morning at leisure in Seville.
Later, begin your journey aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey and spend the afternoon cruising the
Guadalquivir River, one of the largest waterways
in Spain, en route to Cádiz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
evening at leisure in Cádiz.
day six
b|l|d
Cádiz | Jerez De La Frontera
Excursion: Cádiz and Jerez de la
Frontera. Enjoy a panoramic drive through
Cádiz, gateway to the New World. Pass the
18th-century baroque cathedral, whose golden
cupola looms above the houses. Other
highlights include the Plaza España; the gardens
where the Las Cortes of 1812 is situated; and
the Alameda de Apodaca Gardens. Continue
to Jerez de la Frontera, home to dozens of wine
companies. Visit Bodega Gonzalez Byass, which
produces a world-renowned sherry. Learn about
the blending process, then sample various types
of wine from the cellars.
day seven
b|l|d
Casablanca, Morocco |
Marrakesh
This morning, disembark the ship in
Casablanca and drive to Marrakesh.
Excursion: Highlights of Marrakesh.
Take an afternoon guided tour of the old
medina. Stroll along labyrinthine alleys and
see mosques, hammams and fondouks. Visit
the 14th-century Ben Youssef Medrassa, noted
for its latticework interior décor. Continue to
Palace of Dar Menebhi, a 19th-century treasure
that showcases pure Moroccan architecture
of the period and serves as a museum. Walk
to the Kasbah, the Saadian Tombs and Bahía
Palace, home to a lush Moorish-style garden.
End at Djemma el Fna Square and see the
famous Koutoubia Minaret.
Continue to Le Meridien N’Fis where you will
overnight.
Marrakesh
day eight
b|l|d
El Jadida | Casablanca
Excursion: El Jadida. Drive from Marrakesh
to El Jadida, a stylish, stunning town that still
boasts ramparts of its old medina. Visit the
ruins next to the pier where some canons, used
during battles between Portuguese, Spanish
and English armies, remain. The Portuguese
built a cistern in 1514 that features surprising
Gothic architecture in an almost 1,115-squaremetre room. Renowned for the shallow water
on the floor that creates exciting reflections,
the cistern was rediscovered in 1916.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in El Jadida.
Excursion: Casablanca. Before rejoining
the ship, enjoy a panoramic tour of beloved
Casablanca, Morocco’s principal port and
largest town. Situated at the edge of the port is
Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques
in the world.
Later, rejoin the ship in Casablanca, where you
will overnight.
El Jadida
day nine
b | l | d day ten
Rabat | Meknes | Volubilis | Fez
Excursion: Rabat. Visit Rabat, the capital
of Morocco; its old medina; the Kasbah of the
Oudayas and Oudaya Gate, built during the
Almohad dynasty; Hassan Tower and the
Chellah, built by the Marinids; Mohamed V
Mausoleum, burial place of the king’s father;
the Royal Palace; and the government district.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Rabat.
After lunch, drive to Meknes, a city founded
by the Almoravids in the ninth century, for
a photo stop, then continue to Volubilis.
Excursion: Volubilis. The impressive
Roman ruins at Volubilis covers more than
40.5 hectares and serves as a testament to the
Roman influence as the empire grew. Because
the site remained unoccupied for hundreds
of years, the archaeological site is remarkably
well preserved.
Later, check in to the Hôtel Les Mérinides
where you will overnight.
b|l|d
Fez | Tangier
Excursion: Fez. Home to the oldest
university in the world and the cultural
religious capital of Morocco, Fez reached the
height of its prominence under the Marinids in
the 13th and 14th centuries. During a
sightseeing tour, see the old medina, then visit
the Bou Inania and el-Attarine, 14th-century
religious schools. Enjoy a photo stop at Bab
Boujloud, a beautiful fountain at Place
Nejjarine, and the entrance of the Royal Palace.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Fez.
Later, rejoin the ship in Tangier.
day eleven
b|l|d
Tangier | Gibraltar
Excursion: Tangier. Explore the Grottoes of
Hercules, where legend holds the Greek hero
rested after creating the Strait of Gibraltar,
then continue to Cape Spartel Lighthouse,
built in 1864. Return to the medina and the
Kasbah, where you will have time at leisure.
Volubilis
Rock of Gibraltar
Excursion: Top of the Rock. Take a cable
car to Top Station, where panoramic vistas
await. Drive to the Nature Reserve toward
Apes Den. Barbary apes have inhabited the
area for centuries. Continue to the area
known as the Upper Galleries and its Great
Siege Tunnels. Walk through the tunnels.
then explore the Gibraltar Museum and
see the ruins of 14th-century Turkish baths.
This evening, gather for a Farewell
Reception on the ship.
day twelve
b|l|d
Málaga, Spain
Excursion: Granada and the
Alhambra. Drive to Granada and the
Alhambra. Go inside the Alqala Hamra,
where you will visit the Nazaries Palaces, and
Serallo, the official residence that surrounds
Patio de los Leones fountain. Continue to the
Generalife and visit the summer palace for
the sultans of Granada. Afterward, admire
a stunning view of the Sierra Nevada, Darro
Valley and the Old Quarter of Albayzin.
day thirteen
b
In Transit
Depart for the Málaga airport for the
return flights to your gateway city.A
NOTE: Itinerary sequence and/or scheduled events
may change. Some sightseeing can be strenuous, so
a reasonable level of fitness is recommended. Some
passengers may decide to take a break on certain days
and explore the environs around the port. Optional
excursions may be available; they can be purchased
on site.
Included meals indicated each day as
B | L | D = Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner.
Located in Seville’s Barrio Santa Cruz, the Hotel
Fernando III is convenient to the Firalda and the
church of Santa Maria la Blanca, Seville’s oldest
synagogue, among other sites. Outside, the 18thcentury architecture is renowned, and the interiors
feature paintings from Sevillian artists. The hotel
boasts a restaurant, an outdoor pool and a terrace
with panoramic views. Wi-Fi is complimentary .
Le meRIdIen n’FIs
maRRaKesH, moRoCCo
Lush green space and calming fountains set the
atmosphere for the Le Meridien N’Fis. Each wellappointed guest room features modern, warm design
elements. The hotel offers an array of amenities,
ranging from a swimming pool to a spa featuring
traditional Moroccan techniques. Wi-Fi is available.
HôteL Les méRInIdes
FeZ, moRoCCo
The Hôtel Les Mérinides mixes traditional Moroccan décor with modern amenities and remarkable
hospitality. The hotel features a swimming pool,
three restaurants, room service and a currency exchange. The well-appointed guest rooms include
air conditioning, a TV with satellite channels and
colourful finishes. Wi-Fi is complimentary .
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
W I N N ER
AWARDS
HoteL FeRnando III
VOYAGES TO ANTIQUITY
BEST FOR ADVENTURE
sevILLe, spaIn
Cathedral, Seville
Mezquita, Córdoba
Moroccan musician
Alhambra, Granada
Jerez
Mosaic, Volubilis
mv aegean odyssey
Cruise in comfort, relax in style.
Program
Highlights
> Explore fascinating Seville,
Marrakesh and Fez while based at
beautiful hotels.
> Cruise from Spain to Morocco
during a nine-night voyage aboard
MV Aegean Odyssey.
> Visit the Alhambra in Spain and discover
historical medinas in Morocco.
> Sample sherry in Jerez
de la Frontera.
> An
included excursion in each port
of call enhances your understanding
of the local culture.
> Pursue
your own interests during
leisure time in several ports.
> Noted scholars present an informative
lecture series on local topics.
Comfortable and relaxing, MV Aegean Odyssey
is the ideal ship for touring antiquity. This is a
premium-class vessel, rebuilt for cruising the
coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The
ship easily approaches islands, enters remote
inlets and explores ancient sites inaccessible to
larger vessels, opening up experiences to you
that others miss. This is boutique-style cruising.
The ship carries an average of 350 passengers
accommodated in comfortable and well-appointed
suites, junior suites and staterooms. Enjoy a
casual dress code, open-seated dining and many
diversions, including the outdoor pool, a full-service
spa and stimulating talks in the lecture theatre.
Two restaurants celebrate the Mediterranean’s
glorious culinary tradition with the best ingredients
in delicious and healthful dishes. Enjoy full waiter
service and easy sophistication in the Marco Polo,
the ship’s more formal dining room, where lunches
and dinners feature delectable entrées. At dinner,
complimentary house wines are carefully sourced
from noted wine regions around the world. The
Terrace Café offers cooking on the open grill and
indoor and alfresco seating for breakfast, lunch
and dinner. The bistro-style restaurant serves
appetizers, paella and authentic Italian pizzas. For
a special treat, take afternoon tea — an English
tradition made magical when enjoyed at sea. Aegean
Odyssey’s crowning touch is the fine service of the
crew, whose attention to detail and graciousness
will complete your unforgettable voyage to antiquity.
top LeCtuReRs and
FasCInatIng taLKs
The lecturers and speakers on
a Voyages to Antiquity cruise are
leaders in their fields, often affiliated
with the world’s prestigious
universities, including Oxford and
Cambridge; best-selling authors; and
experts from fine museums and
organizations such as the
Archaeological Institute of America.
They are selected for their knowledge
of Europe and their ability to bring the
history, archaeology, architecture and
art of ancient civilizations to life.
Assisting the speakers during
lectures and on trips ashore will be
a team of young classical history
graduates whose enthusiasm and
specialized knowledge will enhance
your explorations.
| UNESCO |
The UNESCO World Heritage sites featured
in this program are Seville’s Alcázar,
the historic centre of Cordóba, and
Granada’s Alhambra, Generalife
and Albayzin in Spain; and the
medinas of Fez and Marrakesh, the
archaeological sites of Volubilis,
the Portuguese City of Mazagan (El
Jadida), and the cities of Meknes and
Rabat in Morocco.
DISCOVER THE HISTORY, ART AND CULTURES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
day one
In Transit
Depart your gateway city for Málaga, Spain.A
A
Provided for AHI FlexAir passengers.
day two
Málaga, Spain | Seville
Upon arrival, transferA to Seville and the Hotel
Fernando III.
The rest of the day is at leisure.
day three
b
Seville
Excursion: Arches, Squares and Spires.
The modern capital of Andalucía, Seville is a
showcase of fairytale architecture. Stroll by
the elegant 14th-century Alcázar palace. Step
inside the Giralda cathedral, the symbol of the
city and the world’s largest Gothic building.
Explore the well-preserved 17th-century
Barrio de Santa Cruz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
rest of the day pursuing individual interests.
This evening, gather with your fellow travellers
for a Welcome Reception at the hotel.
day four
b|d
Seville | Córdoba | Embark
This morning after breakfast, check out of the
hotel and depart on an excursion to Córdoba.
Excursion: City of the Great Mosque.
Visit Córdoba, one of mediaeval Europe’s
richest cities. The ancient capital of Andalucía
is borne of Roman, Moorish, Jewish and
Christian influences. At its centre is the
massive Mezquita. This mosque-turnedcathedral is regarded as an architectural
masterpiece. Visit the Judería (Jewish Quarter),
a maze of narrow lanes now known for its shops.
Return to Seville and embark the ship.
This evening, join your fellow passengers on
the deck for a Captain’s Welcome Reception.
day five
b|l|d
Seville | At Sea | Cádiz
Independent Exploration: After breakfast,
spend the morning at leisure in Seville.
Later, begin your journey aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey and spend the afternoon cruising the
Guadalquivir River, one of the largest waterways
in Spain, en route to Cádiz.
Independent Exploration: Spend the
evening at leisure in Cádiz.
day six
b|l|d
Cádiz | Jerez De La Frontera
Excursion: Cádiz and Jerez de la
Frontera. Enjoy a panoramic drive through
Cádiz, gateway to the New World. Pass the
18th-century baroque cathedral, whose golden
cupola looms above the houses. Other
highlights include the Plaza España; the gardens
where the Las Cortes of 1812 is situated; and
the Alameda de Apodaca Gardens. Continue
to Jerez de la Frontera, home to dozens of wine
companies. Visit Bodega Gonzalez Byass, which
produces a world-renowned sherry. Learn about
the blending process, then sample various types
of wine from the cellars.
day seven
b|l|d
Casablanca, Morocco |
Marrakesh
This morning, disembark the ship in
Casablanca and drive to Marrakesh.
Excursion: Highlights of Marrakesh.
Take an afternoon guided tour of the old
medina. Stroll along labyrinthine alleys and
see mosques, hammams and fondouks. Visit
the 14th-century Ben Youssef Medrassa, noted
for its latticework interior décor. Continue to
Palace of Dar Menebhi, a 19th-century treasure
that showcases pure Moroccan architecture
of the period and serves as a museum. Walk
to the Kasbah, the Saadian Tombs and Bahía
Palace, home to a lush Moorish-style garden.
End at Djemma el Fna Square and see the
famous Koutoubia Minaret.
Continue to Le Meridien N’Fis where you will
overnight.
Marrakesh
day eight
b|l|d
El Jadida | Casablanca
Excursion: El Jadida. Drive from Marrakesh
to El Jadida, a stylish, stunning town that still
boasts ramparts of its old medina. Visit the
ruins next to the pier where some canons, used
during battles between Portuguese, Spanish
and English armies, remain. The Portuguese
built a cistern in 1514 that features surprising
Gothic architecture in an almost 1,115-squaremetre room. Renowned for the shallow water
on the floor that creates exciting reflections,
the cistern was rediscovered in 1916.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in El Jadida.
Excursion: Casablanca. Before rejoining
the ship, enjoy a panoramic tour of beloved
Casablanca, Morocco’s principal port and
largest town. Situated at the edge of the port is
Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques
in the world.
Later, rejoin the ship in Casablanca, where you
will overnight.
El Jadida
day nine
b | l | d day ten
Rabat | Meknes | Volubilis | Fez
Excursion: Rabat. Visit Rabat, the capital
of Morocco; its old medina; the Kasbah of the
Oudayas and Oudaya Gate, built during the
Almohad dynasty; Hassan Tower and the
Chellah, built by the Marinids; Mohamed V
Mausoleum, burial place of the king’s father;
the Royal Palace; and the government district.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Rabat.
After lunch, drive to Meknes, a city founded
by the Almoravids in the ninth century, for
a photo stop, then continue to Volubilis.
Excursion: Volubilis. The impressive
Roman ruins at Volubilis covers more than
40.5 hectares and serves as a testament to the
Roman influence as the empire grew. Because
the site remained unoccupied for hundreds
of years, the archaeological site is remarkably
well preserved.
Later, check in to the Hôtel Les Mérinides
where you will overnight.
b|l|d
Fez | Tangier
Excursion: Fez. Home to the oldest
university in the world and the cultural
religious capital of Morocco, Fez reached the
height of its prominence under the Marinids in
the 13th and 14th centuries. During a
sightseeing tour, see the old medina, then visit
the Bou Inania and el-Attarine, 14th-century
religious schools. Enjoy a photo stop at Bab
Boujloud, a beautiful fountain at Place
Nejjarine, and the entrance of the Royal Palace.
Local Flavour: Enjoy lunch at a restaurant
in Fez.
Later, rejoin the ship in Tangier.
day eleven
b|l|d
Tangier | Gibraltar
Excursion: Tangier. Explore the Grottoes of
Hercules, where legend holds the Greek hero
rested after creating the Strait of Gibraltar,
then continue to Cape Spartel Lighthouse,
built in 1864. Return to the medina and the
Kasbah, where you will have time at leisure.
Volubilis
Rock of Gibraltar
Excursion: Top of the Rock. Take a cable
car to Top Station, where panoramic vistas
await. Drive to the Nature Reserve toward
Apes Den. Barbary apes have inhabited the
area for centuries. Continue to the area
known as the Upper Galleries and its Great
Siege Tunnels. Walk through the tunnels.
then explore the Gibraltar Museum and
see the ruins of 14th-century Turkish baths.
This evening, gather for a Farewell
Reception on the ship.
day twelve
b|l|d
Málaga, Spain
Excursion: Granada and the
Alhambra. Drive to Granada and the
Alhambra. Go inside the Alqala Hamra,
where you will visit the Nazaries Palaces, and
Serallo, the official residence that surrounds
Patio de los Leones fountain. Continue to the
Generalife and visit the summer palace for
the sultans of Granada. Afterward, admire
a stunning view of the Sierra Nevada, Darro
Valley and the Old Quarter of Albayzin.
day thirteen
b
In Transit
Depart for the Málaga airport for the
return flights to your gateway city.A
NOTE: Itinerary sequence and/or scheduled events
may change. Some sightseeing can be strenuous, so
a reasonable level of fitness is recommended. Some
passengers may decide to take a break on certain days
and explore the environs around the port. Optional
excursions may be available; they can be purchased
on site.
Included meals indicated each day as
B | L | D = Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner.
Located in Seville’s Barrio Santa Cruz, the Hotel
Fernando III is convenient to the Firalda and the
church of Santa Maria la Blanca, Seville’s oldest
synagogue, among other sites. Outside, the 18thcentury architecture is renowned, and the interiors
feature paintings from Sevillian artists. The hotel
boasts a restaurant, an outdoor pool and a terrace
with panoramic views. Wi-Fi is complimentary .
Le meRIdIen n’FIs
maRRaKesH, moRoCCo
Lush green space and calming fountains set the
atmosphere for the Le Meridien N’Fis. Each wellappointed guest room features modern, warm design
elements. The hotel offers an array of amenities,
ranging from a swimming pool to a spa featuring
traditional Moroccan techniques. Wi-Fi is available.
HôteL Les méRInIdes
FeZ, moRoCCo
The Hôtel Les Mérinides mixes traditional Moroccan décor with modern amenities and remarkable
hospitality. The hotel features a swimming pool,
three restaurants, room service and a currency exchange. The well-appointed guest rooms include
air conditioning, a TV with satellite channels and
colourful finishes. Wi-Fi is complimentary .
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$5,645
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$5,395*
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$5,945
$250
$5,695*
$6,195
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130-150 sq. ft. Private shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
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170-200 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
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especially for guests in the suites, junior suites and staterooms in cabin categories A to D. In addition to standard
cabin features, which include a flat-screen TV, safe, hair
dryer and plush bedding, guests in Balcony Class also
enjoy accommodations with a balcony, a welcome bottle
of champagne, a refrigerator stocked with soft drinks,
complimentary bottled water, plush robes and slippers
and Molton Brown bathroom amenities.
Special air add-0nS from theSe citieS
$595
Ottawa, ON
Toronto, ON
Atlanta, GA
Boston, MA
Cleveland, OH
Chicago, IL
Dallas, TX
Detroit, MI
Houston, TX
Miami, FL
Newark, NJ (EWR)
New York, NY
– (JFK)
Philadelphia, PA
Washington, DC
– (Dulles)
$695
Calgary, AB
Montreal, QC
Austin, TX
Charleston, SC
Charlotte, NC
Colombus, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Denver, CO
Indianapolis, IN
Kansas City, KS
Las Vegas, NV
Memphis, TN
Milwaukee, WI
Orlando, FL
Pittsburgh, PA
Saint Louis, MO
San Antonio, TX
Tampa, FL
$795
Edmonton, AB
Halifax, NS
Vancouver, BC
Winnipeg, MB
Albuquerque, NM
Buffalo, NY
Los Angeles, CA
Minneapolis, MN
Nashville, TN
New Orleans, LA
Omaha, NE
Phoenix, AZ
Portland, OR
Raleigh-Durham, NC
Rochester, NY
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
Salt Lake City, UT
Seattle, WA
Tucson, AZ
Tulsa, OK
Special airfares include round-trip flights, fuel surcharges, taxes, transfers and baggage handling.
Prices from other departure cities are available upon request.
Sincerely,
Daphne Tao
Manager, Alumni Travel Program
The University of Toronto respects your privacy, your personal information remains confidential
and is never released to our travel partners. The promotional information in this mailing is
provided by an official travel partner of the University of Toronto. Revenue generated through
travel programs support student and alumni events and initiatives. If you prefer not to
receive information regarding the university's travel programs, please contact
[email protected] or write to "Alumni Records - attn.: no travel mailings",
21 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 3J3
Rock of Gibraltar
MOORS
discounts and pricing.
Last
L Premium Inside (Columbus)
Categories H-M: 130 sq. ft. Two twin beds with private shower.
• Two nights in Seville at the Hotel Fernando III.
• Nine nights aboard MV Aegean Odyssey from Seville to Málaga
– An elegant but casual and relaxing atmosphere.
– Well-appointed and comfortable staterooms.
– Attentive and gracious service.
– A library with a well-stocked selection of books, newspapers, magazines and more.
– Open seating in your choice of two indoor restaurants.
– Room service for beverages and light snacks.
– Afternoon tea with pastries, sandwiches and cakes; light snacks in the evening.
– Historians and other experts who will enhance your experience with a series of lectures.
– Musical entertainment each evening.
• Enjoy an extensive meal program, featuring 11 breakfasts, eight lunches and nine dinners,
including wine, beer or soft drinks at dinner on board.
• Expert guides, using a state-of-the-art QuietVox portable audio headset system, will offer
informative commentary on all shore excursions.
• Guided excursions in each city or port. See the full day-by-day itinerary for details.
• Gratuities for cabin and onboard restaurant staff. AHI extends the additional benefit of providing gratuities to guides and drivers on included excursions.
• Services of an experienced Travel Director throughout the trip.
• Services of a dedicated Passenger Service Representative before departure.
• Detailed travel and destination information to assist in your planning.
• Complimentary travel wallet.
program information,
Middle
$4,145*
website for the most current
First
$250
Please call or refer to our
Title
$4,395
Special Price
Join alumni and friends for this unique land and sea experience!
(1) _____________________________________________________________
M Standard Inside (Belvedere/Columbus)
Savings
PASSAGE OF THE
Fez
Full Legal Name (exactly as it appears on passport)
Price
It is impossible to separate the southernmost region of the Iberian Peninsula from the
desire to explore. After all, Ferdinand Magellan and Christopher Columbus both began their
most renowned voyages here. Passage of the Moors offers you the opportunity to begin a
journey, as well.
Discover the cultural riches of Spain and Morocco in a level of luxury early seafarers never
could have imagined. Explore fascinating Seville, then cruise to Morocco aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey, an experience that includes two overnight hotel stays in the storied cities of Marrakesh
and Fez. Along the way, admire the varied architectural styles brought to the region by several
civilizations, sample sherry and local specialties, and bask in the beauty of southern Spain and
northern Africa.
This Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a journey for people who are ever curious and excited to
learn about classical civilizations. One essential feature of every Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a
series of lectures presented by esteemed historians and dynamic speakers. Plus, throughout
your cruise, enjoy the breathtaking scenery and the delicious food and wine of the
Mediterranean.
Space is limited on this boutique-style cruise, so please call today to make your reservation
or obtain more information.
800-323-7373
tor.ahitravel.com
Please contact AHI Travel at 800-323-7373 with questions regarding this trip or to
make a reservation.
cruiSe priceS
Dear Alumni and Friends,
Land/Cruise Program
VSPAINMO16 153
Trip #:1-22739W
INCLUDED FEATURES
october 26-november 6, 2016
AHI Travel’s mission is to
deliver inspirational educational
and cultural travel programs
that delight travellers.
With AHI you can rely on:
• Experienced Travel Directors
who attend to every detail
of your journey.
• An exceptional travel value.
• Unique access to local sites.
• Flexibility and customization.
• Safety
and security.
Send to: University of Toronto Alumni Travel
c/o AHI Travel
International Tower-Suite 600
8550 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue
Chicago, IL 60631
NOT INCLUDED-Fees for passports; personal gratuities; laundry
and dry cleaning; excursions, wines, liquors, mineral waters and
meals not mentioned in this brochure under included features;
travel insurance; all items of a strictly personal nature.
MOBILITY AND FITNESS TO TRAVEL-The right is retained to decline
to accept or to retain any person as a member of this trip who, in
the opinion of AHI Travel is unfit for travel or whose physical or
mental condition may constitute a danger to themselves or to others on the trip, subject only to the requirement that the portion of
the total amount paid which corresponds to the unused services
and accommodations be refunded. Passengers requiring special
assistance, including without limitation those who permanently or
periodically use a wheelchair, must be accompanied by someone
who is fit and able to assist them, and who will be totally responsible for providing all required assistance.
AIR TRANSPORTATION-The price of air transportation offered by
AHI Travel is based on Advance Purchase Excursion fares. After
tickets are issued, penalties up to 100% of the ticket price may be
levied. If connecting flights are requested, special promotional
fares may be used, in which case penalties of as much as 100% may
be assessed by the airlines if reservations are changed or cancelled after ticketing. After departure, if the reservations are
changed, you will be charged the higher, all year Economy class
fare. VARIATIONS TO THE GROUP ITINERARY MUST BE
REQUESTED NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE.
Passengers who choose to make their own airline reservations
independently will be wholly responsible for any airline fees or
penalties incurred as a result of program cancellation and/or
change in travel dates, or airline schedule(s).
BAGGAGE-Baggage restrictions vary according to the airline policy
and the class of service flown. Details will be provided with your
pre-departure information. Baggage allowances are subject to
change by the carrier without notice. Excess baggage charges for
additional or oversized/overweight pieces are expensive and not
included in your trip price; plan your wardrobe accordingly.
Transport of baggage and personal effects is at the owner's risk
throughout the travel program.
AUTHORITY TO USE IMAGES AND AUDIO RECORDINGS-On occasion, AHI Travel obtains, from its staff, or from trip participants,
photographic or video images of passengers and trip activities. By
participating in this travel program, you authorize AHI Travel, without providing compensation to you, or obtaining additional
approvals from you, to include photographic and video recordings
of you, as well as voice recordings included with any videos, in AHI
Travel's sales, marketing, advertising, publicity and/or training
activities.
RESPONSIBILITY-AHI Travel and the Sponsoring Association do not
own or operate any entity which provides goods or services for this
program, and act only as agents for the independent suppliers of
travel conveyance, transport, accommodations or other services.
All such persons or entities are independent contractors. As a
result, AHI Travel and the Sponsoring Association are not liable for
any negligence or willful act of any such person or entity or any
third person. In addition and without limitation, AHI Travel and the
Sponsoring Association are not responsible for any delays, delayed
departure or arrival, missed carrier connections, loss, death, damage or injury to person or property or accident, mechanical defect,
failure or negligence of any nature howsoever caused in connection with any accommodations, transportation or other services or
for any substitution of hotels or of common carrier equipment,
with or without notice, or for any additional expenses occasioned
thereby. Dates, Program Details and Tour costs, although given in
good faith and based on tariffs, exchange rates and other information current at the time of printing, are subject to change at or
before the time of departure. No revisions of the printed itinerary
or its included features are anticipated; however, the right is
reserved to make any changes, with or without notice, that might
become necessary, with the mutual understanding that any additional expenses will be paid by the individual passenger. Baggage
and personal effects are the sole responsibility of the owners at
all times. If the entire program is cancelled for any reason, participants shall have no claim other than for a full refund. By forwarding the deposit, the passenger certifies that he/she has no physical, mental or other condition of disability that would create a hazard for himself/herself or other passengers and accepts the terms
of this contract set out herein and in more specific pre-departure
passenger information. The airlines and other transportation companies concerned are not to be held responsible for any act, omission, or event, during the time passengers are not on board their
conveyances. The passage contract in use, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the company(ies) and the passenger and/or purchaser of this trip.
CANCELLATION-In addition to airline cancellation penalties, all cancellations for any reason whatsoever will be subject to a $250 per
person administrative fee. {Please note that you may choose, at
the time of cancellation, to apply the withheld administrative fee to
a future AHI travel program that will operate in the current calendar year or year following.} Cancellation from 120 days to 90 days
prior to departure will result in forfeiture of 10% of the entire cost
of the trip per person; 89 days to 31 days, 50% of the trip cost per
person; cancellation from 30 days up to the time of departure will
result in 100% forfeiture of the entire cost of the trip. TRIP CANCELLATION INSURANCE IS AVAILABLE. AN APPLICATION WILL BE
SENT AFTER YOU RESERVE. All cancellations must be submitted
in writing to AHI International Corporation.
University of Toronto Alumni Travel
Division of University Advancement
21 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON M5S 3J3
Reserve your Passage of the Moors cruise today!
CRUISE FROM
SEVILLE TO MÁLAGA
Presented by
AHI TRAVEL
ESPECIALLY FOR
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
ALUMNI AND FRIENDS
OCTOBER 25-NOVEMBER 6, 2016
Grad Year
Email:___________________________________________________________
Birthdate
(2) _____________________________________________________________
Title
First
Middle
Last
Grad Year
Email:___________________________________________________________
Birthdate
1) 9000_________________________ (2) 9000_________________________
(Your 10 digit alumni number, see mailing panel)
Street Address: ___________________________________________________
City: ____________________________________________________________
Province _______________________________Postal Code ________________
Home: (_________)______________Cell: (_________)_____________________
Sharing with _______________________________________. (Form sent separately.)
I/we authorize you to make my/our reservations as follows:
Cabin category desired: 1st choice_____________ 2nd choice__________
Category A-G: ❒ Twin ❒ Double
Land/Cruise and AHI FlexAir
❒ I/we reserve the Land/Cruise Program and request the round-trip air itinerary
and pricing to and from Málaga, Spain, to depart from:
________________________________________________________________
Departure City
Land/Cruise Program
❒ I/we will make my/our own air arrangements and transfers.
Single Accommodations
❒ I prefer single accommodations at an additional cost (limited availability).
❒ I request assistance in securing a roommate but will accept a single, if one is
available at this time, and pay the single supplement. Should a roommate be
found, I understand the supplement will no longer apply.
Reservations are subject to availability and processed on a first come, first served
basis. Reservations to be paid in full by July 27, 2016 (90 days prior to departure).
Reservations received after this date must be accompanied by payment in full.
Final payment may be made by personal cheque, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or
Amex. Make cheques payable to AHI Travel.
The University of Toronto, its officers and employees, do not assume any responsibility for the financing, arranging or conducting of the tour. They shall not be
liable for any damages or financial loss to person or property of any description
that might occur in connection with the tour, howsoever arising from the negligence, omission or otherwise of travel services arranged through AHI Travel.
AHI Travel has assumed all costs for the printing and distribution of this promotion. This program is exclusively arranged by AHI Travel, 8550 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.,
Suite 600, Chicago, IL 60631, U.S.A. For further information, please call AHI
Travel at 1-800-323-7373.
Enclosed is a deposit of _______ ($600 per person) to reserve _______ place(s).
❒ Accept my cheque made payable to AHI International.
❒ U of T MasterCard ❒ MasterCard ❒ VISA ❒ Amex ❒ Discover
Card #___________________________________________________________
Expires________/________
__________________________________________________________
(Signature as it appears on credit card)
Please note: Any payment to AHI International constitutes your acceptance of the terms
and conditions set out herein, including but not limited to the cancellation terms.
CST Registration No. 2028271-20. Fla. Seller of Travel
Reg. No. ST-33300 Iowa Seller of Travel No. 520
Ohio Seller of Travel Reg. No. 8889139.
Washington State Seller of Travel Reg. No. 601-820-781.
PARTICIPATING AIRLINES-all IATA and ARC Member
Carriers ©2015 AHI Travel Printed in the USA.
$4,645
$250
$4,395*
K Premium Inside (Belvedere)
$4,895
$250
$4,645*
J Standard Outside (Columbus) Porthole views.
$5,045
$250
$4,795*
I Premium Outside (Bridge) Obstructed views.
$5,345
$250
$5,095*
H Premium Outside (Belvedere/Columbus)
$5,645
$250
$5,395*
G Premium Outside (Lido/Bridge)
$5,945
$250
$5,695*
$6,195
$250
$5,945*
$250
$6,195*
$250
$6,645*
130-150 sq. ft. Private shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
F Deluxe Outside (Lido/Bridge/Belvedere)
170-200 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
E Deluxe Outside (Belvedere)
$6,445
215 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
D Deluxe Balcony (Belvedere)
$6,895
275 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower, sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds.
C Deluxe Balcony (Lido/Bridge)
$7,195
$250
$6,945*
275 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower, sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds. Cabins on
Lido Deck are smaller and do not have a sitting area.
B Junior Suite, Balcony (Lido)
$7,895
$250
$7,645*
310 sq. ft. Marble bathroom, walk-in closet, sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds
A Owners Suite, Balcony (Lido)
$8,545
$250
$8,295*
550 sq. ft. Marble bathroom, dressing area, separate sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds.
AHI FlexAir
All suites, staterooms and cabins have a flat-screen TV, safe and hair dryer and are fully air-conditioned.
• Special round-trip airfare to Málaga, Spain,from select North American gateways.
• Includes all transfers and baggage handling between the airport, hotel and
embarkation/disembarkation piers for AHI FlexAir passengers.
• Includes automatic flight insurance worth up to $250,000, subject to policy terms.
All prices quoted are in USD, per person, based on double occupancy and include governmental taxes
and cruise fuel surcharges. Port charges are an additional $450 per person. Tipping of cabin staff,
restaurant staff and included excursion guides and drivers is included. Single prices available
upon request.
*Special Price valid if booked by the date found on the address panel.
Cadiz
Balcony Class
Voyages to Antiquity cruise line proudly offers Balcony
Class, a special level of accommodation designed
especially for guests in the suites, junior suites and staterooms in cabin categories A to D. In addition to standard
cabin features, which include a flat-screen TV, safe, hair
dryer and plush bedding, guests in Balcony Class also
enjoy accommodations with a balcony, a welcome bottle
of champagne, a refrigerator stocked with soft drinks,
complimentary bottled water, plush robes and slippers
and Molton Brown bathroom amenities.
Special air add-0nS from theSe citieS
$595
Ottawa, ON
Toronto, ON
Atlanta, GA
Boston, MA
Cleveland, OH
Chicago, IL
Dallas, TX
Detroit, MI
Houston, TX
Miami, FL
Newark, NJ (EWR)
New York, NY
– (JFK)
Philadelphia, PA
Washington, DC
– (Dulles)
$695
Calgary, AB
Montreal, QC
Austin, TX
Charleston, SC
Charlotte, NC
Colombus, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Denver, CO
Indianapolis, IN
Kansas City, KS
Las Vegas, NV
Memphis, TN
Milwaukee, WI
Orlando, FL
Pittsburgh, PA
Saint Louis, MO
San Antonio, TX
Tampa, FL
$795
Edmonton, AB
Halifax, NS
Vancouver, BC
Winnipeg, MB
Albuquerque, NM
Buffalo, NY
Los Angeles, CA
Minneapolis, MN
Nashville, TN
New Orleans, LA
Omaha, NE
Phoenix, AZ
Portland, OR
Raleigh-Durham, NC
Rochester, NY
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
Salt Lake City, UT
Seattle, WA
Tucson, AZ
Tulsa, OK
Special airfares include round-trip flights, fuel surcharges, taxes, transfers and baggage handling.
Prices from other departure cities are available upon request.
Sincerely,
Daphne Tao
Manager, Alumni Travel Program
The University of Toronto respects your privacy, your personal information remains confidential
and is never released to our travel partners. The promotional information in this mailing is
provided by an official travel partner of the University of Toronto. Revenue generated through
travel programs support student and alumni events and initiatives. If you prefer not to
receive information regarding the university's travel programs, please contact
[email protected] or write to "Alumni Records - attn.: no travel mailings",
21 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 3J3
Rock of Gibraltar
MOORS
discounts and pricing.
Last
L Premium Inside (Columbus)
Categories H-M: 130 sq. ft. Two twin beds with private shower.
• Two nights in Seville at the Hotel Fernando III.
• Nine nights aboard MV Aegean Odyssey from Seville to Málaga
– An elegant but casual and relaxing atmosphere.
– Well-appointed and comfortable staterooms.
– Attentive and gracious service.
– A library with a well-stocked selection of books, newspapers, magazines and more.
– Open seating in your choice of two indoor restaurants.
– Room service for beverages and light snacks.
– Afternoon tea with pastries, sandwiches and cakes; light snacks in the evening.
– Historians and other experts who will enhance your experience with a series of lectures.
– Musical entertainment each evening.
• Enjoy an extensive meal program, featuring 11 breakfasts, eight lunches and nine dinners,
including wine, beer or soft drinks at dinner on board.
• Expert guides, using a state-of-the-art QuietVox portable audio headset system, will offer
informative commentary on all shore excursions.
• Guided excursions in each city or port. See the full day-by-day itinerary for details.
• Gratuities for cabin and onboard restaurant staff. AHI extends the additional benefit of providing gratuities to guides and drivers on included excursions.
• Services of an experienced Travel Director throughout the trip.
• Services of a dedicated Passenger Service Representative before departure.
• Detailed travel and destination information to assist in your planning.
• Complimentary travel wallet.
program information,
Middle
$4,145*
website for the most current
First
$250
Please call or refer to our
Title
$4,395
Special Price
Join alumni and friends for this unique land and sea experience!
(1) _____________________________________________________________
M Standard Inside (Belvedere/Columbus)
Savings
PASSAGE OF THE
Fez
Full Legal Name (exactly as it appears on passport)
Price
It is impossible to separate the southernmost region of the Iberian Peninsula from the
desire to explore. After all, Ferdinand Magellan and Christopher Columbus both began their
most renowned voyages here. Passage of the Moors offers you the opportunity to begin a
journey, as well.
Discover the cultural riches of Spain and Morocco in a level of luxury early seafarers never
could have imagined. Explore fascinating Seville, then cruise to Morocco aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey, an experience that includes two overnight hotel stays in the storied cities of Marrakesh
and Fez. Along the way, admire the varied architectural styles brought to the region by several
civilizations, sample sherry and local specialties, and bask in the beauty of southern Spain and
northern Africa.
This Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a journey for people who are ever curious and excited to
learn about classical civilizations. One essential feature of every Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a
series of lectures presented by esteemed historians and dynamic speakers. Plus, throughout
your cruise, enjoy the breathtaking scenery and the delicious food and wine of the
Mediterranean.
Space is limited on this boutique-style cruise, so please call today to make your reservation
or obtain more information.
800-323-7373
tor.ahitravel.com
Please contact AHI Travel at 800-323-7373 with questions regarding this trip or to
make a reservation.
cruiSe priceS
Dear Alumni and Friends,
Land/Cruise Program
VSPAINMO16 153
Trip #:1-22739W
INCLUDED FEATURES
october 26-november 6, 2016
AHI Travel’s mission is to
deliver inspirational educational
and cultural travel programs
that delight travellers.
With AHI you can rely on:
• Experienced Travel Directors
who attend to every detail
of your journey.
• An exceptional travel value.
• Unique access to local sites.
• Flexibility and customization.
• Safety
and security.
Send to: University of Toronto Alumni Travel
c/o AHI Travel
International Tower-Suite 600
8550 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue
Chicago, IL 60631
NOT INCLUDED-Fees for passports; personal gratuities; laundry
and dry cleaning; excursions, wines, liquors, mineral waters and
meals not mentioned in this brochure under included features;
travel insurance; all items of a strictly personal nature.
MOBILITY AND FITNESS TO TRAVEL-The right is retained to decline
to accept or to retain any person as a member of this trip who, in
the opinion of AHI Travel is unfit for travel or whose physical or
mental condition may constitute a danger to themselves or to others on the trip, subject only to the requirement that the portion of
the total amount paid which corresponds to the unused services
and accommodations be refunded. Passengers requiring special
assistance, including without limitation those who permanently or
periodically use a wheelchair, must be accompanied by someone
who is fit and able to assist them, and who will be totally responsible for providing all required assistance.
AIR TRANSPORTATION-The price of air transportation offered by
AHI Travel is based on Advance Purchase Excursion fares. After
tickets are issued, penalties up to 100% of the ticket price may be
levied. If connecting flights are requested, special promotional
fares may be used, in which case penalties of as much as 100% may
be assessed by the airlines if reservations are changed or cancelled after ticketing. After departure, if the reservations are
changed, you will be charged the higher, all year Economy class
fare. VARIATIONS TO THE GROUP ITINERARY MUST BE
REQUESTED NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE.
Passengers who choose to make their own airline reservations
independently will be wholly responsible for any airline fees or
penalties incurred as a result of program cancellation and/or
change in travel dates, or airline schedule(s).
BAGGAGE-Baggage restrictions vary according to the airline policy
and the class of service flown. Details will be provided with your
pre-departure information. Baggage allowances are subject to
change by the carrier without notice. Excess baggage charges for
additional or oversized/overweight pieces are expensive and not
included in your trip price; plan your wardrobe accordingly.
Transport of baggage and personal effects is at the owner's risk
throughout the travel program.
AUTHORITY TO USE IMAGES AND AUDIO RECORDINGS-On occasion, AHI Travel obtains, from its staff, or from trip participants,
photographic or video images of passengers and trip activities. By
participating in this travel program, you authorize AHI Travel, without providing compensation to you, or obtaining additional
approvals from you, to include photographic and video recordings
of you, as well as voice recordings included with any videos, in AHI
Travel's sales, marketing, advertising, publicity and/or training
activities.
RESPONSIBILITY-AHI Travel and the Sponsoring Association do not
own or operate any entity which provides goods or services for this
program, and act only as agents for the independent suppliers of
travel conveyance, transport, accommodations or other services.
All such persons or entities are independent contractors. As a
result, AHI Travel and the Sponsoring Association are not liable for
any negligence or willful act of any such person or entity or any
third person. In addition and without limitation, AHI Travel and the
Sponsoring Association are not responsible for any delays, delayed
departure or arrival, missed carrier connections, loss, death, damage or injury to person or property or accident, mechanical defect,
failure or negligence of any nature howsoever caused in connection with any accommodations, transportation or other services or
for any substitution of hotels or of common carrier equipment,
with or without notice, or for any additional expenses occasioned
thereby. Dates, Program Details and Tour costs, although given in
good faith and based on tariffs, exchange rates and other information current at the time of printing, are subject to change at or
before the time of departure. No revisions of the printed itinerary
or its included features are anticipated; however, the right is
reserved to make any changes, with or without notice, that might
become necessary, with the mutual understanding that any additional expenses will be paid by the individual passenger. Baggage
and personal effects are the sole responsibility of the owners at
all times. If the entire program is cancelled for any reason, participants shall have no claim other than for a full refund. By forwarding the deposit, the passenger certifies that he/she has no physical, mental or other condition of disability that would create a hazard for himself/herself or other passengers and accepts the terms
of this contract set out herein and in more specific pre-departure
passenger information. The airlines and other transportation companies concerned are not to be held responsible for any act, omission, or event, during the time passengers are not on board their
conveyances. The passage contract in use, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the company(ies) and the passenger and/or purchaser of this trip.
CANCELLATION-In addition to airline cancellation penalties, all cancellations for any reason whatsoever will be subject to a $250 per
person administrative fee. {Please note that you may choose, at
the time of cancellation, to apply the withheld administrative fee to
a future AHI travel program that will operate in the current calendar year or year following.} Cancellation from 120 days to 90 days
prior to departure will result in forfeiture of 10% of the entire cost
of the trip per person; 89 days to 31 days, 50% of the trip cost per
person; cancellation from 30 days up to the time of departure will
result in 100% forfeiture of the entire cost of the trip. TRIP CANCELLATION INSURANCE IS AVAILABLE. AN APPLICATION WILL BE
SENT AFTER YOU RESERVE. All cancellations must be submitted
in writing to AHI International Corporation.
University of Toronto Alumni Travel
Division of University Advancement
21 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON M5S 3J3
Reserve your Passage of the Moors cruise today!
CRUISE FROM
SEVILLE TO MÁLAGA
Presented by
AHI TRAVEL
ESPECIALLY FOR
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
ALUMNI AND FRIENDS
OCTOBER 25-NOVEMBER 6, 2016
Grad Year
Email:___________________________________________________________
Birthdate
(2) _____________________________________________________________
Title
First
Middle
Last
Grad Year
Email:___________________________________________________________
Birthdate
1) 9000_________________________ (2) 9000_________________________
(Your 10 digit alumni number, see mailing panel)
Street Address: ___________________________________________________
City: ____________________________________________________________
Province _______________________________Postal Code ________________
Home: (_________)______________Cell: (_________)_____________________
Sharing with _______________________________________. (Form sent separately.)
I/we authorize you to make my/our reservations as follows:
Cabin category desired: 1st choice_____________ 2nd choice__________
Category A-G: ❒ Twin ❒ Double
Land/Cruise and AHI FlexAir
❒ I/we reserve the Land/Cruise Program and request the round-trip air itinerary
and pricing to and from Málaga, Spain, to depart from:
________________________________________________________________
Departure City
Land/Cruise Program
❒ I/we will make my/our own air arrangements and transfers.
Single Accommodations
❒ I prefer single accommodations at an additional cost (limited availability).
❒ I request assistance in securing a roommate but will accept a single, if one is
available at this time, and pay the single supplement. Should a roommate be
found, I understand the supplement will no longer apply.
Reservations are subject to availability and processed on a first come, first served
basis. Reservations to be paid in full by July 27, 2016 (90 days prior to departure).
Reservations received after this date must be accompanied by payment in full.
Final payment may be made by personal cheque, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or
Amex. Make cheques payable to AHI Travel.
The University of Toronto, its officers and employees, do not assume any responsibility for the financing, arranging or conducting of the tour. They shall not be
liable for any damages or financial loss to person or property of any description
that might occur in connection with the tour, howsoever arising from the negligence, omission or otherwise of travel services arranged through AHI Travel.
AHI Travel has assumed all costs for the printing and distribution of this promotion. This program is exclusively arranged by AHI Travel, 8550 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.,
Suite 600, Chicago, IL 60631, U.S.A. For further information, please call AHI
Travel at 1-800-323-7373.
Enclosed is a deposit of _______ ($600 per person) to reserve _______ place(s).
❒ Accept my cheque made payable to AHI International.
❒ U of T MasterCard ❒ MasterCard ❒ VISA ❒ Amex ❒ Discover
Card #___________________________________________________________
Expires________/________
__________________________________________________________
(Signature as it appears on credit card)
Please note: Any payment to AHI International constitutes your acceptance of the terms
and conditions set out herein, including but not limited to the cancellation terms.
CST Registration No. 2028271-20. Fla. Seller of Travel
Reg. No. ST-33300 Iowa Seller of Travel No. 520
Ohio Seller of Travel Reg. No. 8889139.
Washington State Seller of Travel Reg. No. 601-820-781.
PARTICIPATING AIRLINES-all IATA and ARC Member
Carriers ©2015 AHI Travel Printed in the USA.
$4,645
$250
$4,395*
K Premium Inside (Belvedere)
$4,895
$250
$4,645*
J Standard Outside (Columbus) Porthole views.
$5,045
$250
$4,795*
I Premium Outside (Bridge) Obstructed views.
$5,345
$250
$5,095*
H Premium Outside (Belvedere/Columbus)
$5,645
$250
$5,395*
G Premium Outside (Lido/Bridge)
$5,945
$250
$5,695*
$6,195
$250
$5,945*
$250
$6,195*
$250
$6,645*
130-150 sq. ft. Private shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
F Deluxe Outside (Lido/Bridge/Belvedere)
170-200 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
E Deluxe Outside (Belvedere)
$6,445
215 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
D Deluxe Balcony (Belvedere)
$6,895
275 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower, sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds.
C Deluxe Balcony (Lido/Bridge)
$7,195
$250
$6,945*
275 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower, sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds. Cabins on
Lido Deck are smaller and do not have a sitting area.
B Junior Suite, Balcony (Lido)
$7,895
$250
$7,645*
310 sq. ft. Marble bathroom, walk-in closet, sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds
A Owners Suite, Balcony (Lido)
$8,545
$250
$8,295*
550 sq. ft. Marble bathroom, dressing area, separate sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds.
AHI FlexAir
All suites, staterooms and cabins have a flat-screen TV, safe and hair dryer and are fully air-conditioned.
• Special round-trip airfare to Málaga, Spain,from select North American gateways.
• Includes all transfers and baggage handling between the airport, hotel and
embarkation/disembarkation piers for AHI FlexAir passengers.
• Includes automatic flight insurance worth up to $250,000, subject to policy terms.
All prices quoted are in USD, per person, based on double occupancy and include governmental taxes
and cruise fuel surcharges. Port charges are an additional $450 per person. Tipping of cabin staff,
restaurant staff and included excursion guides and drivers is included. Single prices available
upon request.
*Special Price valid if booked by the date found on the address panel.
Cadiz
Balcony Class
Voyages to Antiquity cruise line proudly offers Balcony
Class, a special level of accommodation designed
especially for guests in the suites, junior suites and staterooms in cabin categories A to D. In addition to standard
cabin features, which include a flat-screen TV, safe, hair
dryer and plush bedding, guests in Balcony Class also
enjoy accommodations with a balcony, a welcome bottle
of champagne, a refrigerator stocked with soft drinks,
complimentary bottled water, plush robes and slippers
and Molton Brown bathroom amenities.
Special air add-0nS from theSe citieS
$595
Ottawa, ON
Toronto, ON
Atlanta, GA
Boston, MA
Cleveland, OH
Chicago, IL
Dallas, TX
Detroit, MI
Houston, TX
Miami, FL
Newark, NJ (EWR)
New York, NY
– (JFK)
Philadelphia, PA
Washington, DC
– (Dulles)
$695
Calgary, AB
Montreal, QC
Austin, TX
Charleston, SC
Charlotte, NC
Colombus, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Denver, CO
Indianapolis, IN
Kansas City, KS
Las Vegas, NV
Memphis, TN
Milwaukee, WI
Orlando, FL
Pittsburgh, PA
Saint Louis, MO
San Antonio, TX
Tampa, FL
$795
Edmonton, AB
Halifax, NS
Vancouver, BC
Winnipeg, MB
Albuquerque, NM
Buffalo, NY
Los Angeles, CA
Minneapolis, MN
Nashville, TN
New Orleans, LA
Omaha, NE
Phoenix, AZ
Portland, OR
Raleigh-Durham, NC
Rochester, NY
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
Salt Lake City, UT
Seattle, WA
Tucson, AZ
Tulsa, OK
Special airfares include round-trip flights, fuel surcharges, taxes, transfers and baggage handling.
Prices from other departure cities are available upon request.
Sincerely,
Daphne Tao
Manager, Alumni Travel Program
The University of Toronto respects your privacy, your personal information remains confidential
and is never released to our travel partners. The promotional information in this mailing is
provided by an official travel partner of the University of Toronto. Revenue generated through
travel programs support student and alumni events and initiatives. If you prefer not to
receive information regarding the university's travel programs, please contact
[email protected] or write to "Alumni Records - attn.: no travel mailings",
21 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 3J3
Rock of Gibraltar
MOORS
discounts and pricing.
Last
L Premium Inside (Columbus)
Categories H-M: 130 sq. ft. Two twin beds with private shower.
• Two nights in Seville at the Hotel Fernando III.
• Nine nights aboard MV Aegean Odyssey from Seville to Málaga
– An elegant but casual and relaxing atmosphere.
– Well-appointed and comfortable staterooms.
– Attentive and gracious service.
– A library with a well-stocked selection of books, newspapers, magazines and more.
– Open seating in your choice of two indoor restaurants.
– Room service for beverages and light snacks.
– Afternoon tea with pastries, sandwiches and cakes; light snacks in the evening.
– Historians and other experts who will enhance your experience with a series of lectures.
– Musical entertainment each evening.
• Enjoy an extensive meal program, featuring 11 breakfasts, eight lunches and nine dinners,
including wine, beer or soft drinks at dinner on board.
• Expert guides, using a state-of-the-art QuietVox portable audio headset system, will offer
informative commentary on all shore excursions.
• Guided excursions in each city or port. See the full day-by-day itinerary for details.
• Gratuities for cabin and onboard restaurant staff. AHI extends the additional benefit of providing gratuities to guides and drivers on included excursions.
• Services of an experienced Travel Director throughout the trip.
• Services of a dedicated Passenger Service Representative before departure.
• Detailed travel and destination information to assist in your planning.
• Complimentary travel wallet.
program information,
Middle
$4,145*
website for the most current
First
$250
Please call or refer to our
Title
$4,395
Special Price
Join alumni and friends for this unique land and sea experience!
(1) _____________________________________________________________
M Standard Inside (Belvedere/Columbus)
Savings
PASSAGE OF THE
Fez
Full Legal Name (exactly as it appears on passport)
Price
It is impossible to separate the southernmost region of the Iberian Peninsula from the
desire to explore. After all, Ferdinand Magellan and Christopher Columbus both began their
most renowned voyages here. Passage of the Moors offers you the opportunity to begin a
journey, as well.
Discover the cultural riches of Spain and Morocco in a level of luxury early seafarers never
could have imagined. Explore fascinating Seville, then cruise to Morocco aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey, an experience that includes two overnight hotel stays in the storied cities of Marrakesh
and Fez. Along the way, admire the varied architectural styles brought to the region by several
civilizations, sample sherry and local specialties, and bask in the beauty of southern Spain and
northern Africa.
This Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a journey for people who are ever curious and excited to
learn about classical civilizations. One essential feature of every Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a
series of lectures presented by esteemed historians and dynamic speakers. Plus, throughout
your cruise, enjoy the breathtaking scenery and the delicious food and wine of the
Mediterranean.
Space is limited on this boutique-style cruise, so please call today to make your reservation
or obtain more information.
800-323-7373
tor.ahitravel.com
Please contact AHI Travel at 800-323-7373 with questions regarding this trip or to
make a reservation.
cruiSe priceS
Dear Alumni and Friends,
Land/Cruise Program
VSPAINMO16 153
Trip #:1-22739W
INCLUDED FEATURES
october 26-november 6, 2016
AHI Travel’s mission is to
deliver inspirational educational
and cultural travel programs
that delight travellers.
With AHI you can rely on:
• Experienced Travel Directors
who attend to every detail
of your journey.
• An exceptional travel value.
• Unique access to local sites.
• Flexibility and customization.
• Safety
and security.
Send to: University of Toronto Alumni Travel
c/o AHI Travel
International Tower-Suite 600
8550 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue
Chicago, IL 60631
NOT INCLUDED-Fees for passports; personal gratuities; laundry
and dry cleaning; excursions, wines, liquors, mineral waters and
meals not mentioned in this brochure under included features;
travel insurance; all items of a strictly personal nature.
MOBILITY AND FITNESS TO TRAVEL-The right is retained to decline
to accept or to retain any person as a member of this trip who, in
the opinion of AHI Travel is unfit for travel or whose physical or
mental condition may constitute a danger to themselves or to others on the trip, subject only to the requirement that the portion of
the total amount paid which corresponds to the unused services
and accommodations be refunded. Passengers requiring special
assistance, including without limitation those who permanently or
periodically use a wheelchair, must be accompanied by someone
who is fit and able to assist them, and who will be totally responsible for providing all required assistance.
AIR TRANSPORTATION-The price of air transportation offered by
AHI Travel is based on Advance Purchase Excursion fares. After
tickets are issued, penalties up to 100% of the ticket price may be
levied. If connecting flights are requested, special promotional
fares may be used, in which case penalties of as much as 100% may
be assessed by the airlines if reservations are changed or cancelled after ticketing. After departure, if the reservations are
changed, you will be charged the higher, all year Economy class
fare. VARIATIONS TO THE GROUP ITINERARY MUST BE
REQUESTED NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE.
Passengers who choose to make their own airline reservations
independently will be wholly responsible for any airline fees or
penalties incurred as a result of program cancellation and/or
change in travel dates, or airline schedule(s).
BAGGAGE-Baggage restrictions vary according to the airline policy
and the class of service flown. Details will be provided with your
pre-departure information. Baggage allowances are subject to
change by the carrier without notice. Excess baggage charges for
additional or oversized/overweight pieces are expensive and not
included in your trip price; plan your wardrobe accordingly.
Transport of baggage and personal effects is at the owner's risk
throughout the travel program.
AUTHORITY TO USE IMAGES AND AUDIO RECORDINGS-On occasion, AHI Travel obtains, from its staff, or from trip participants,
photographic or video images of passengers and trip activities. By
participating in this travel program, you authorize AHI Travel, without providing compensation to you, or obtaining additional
approvals from you, to include photographic and video recordings
of you, as well as voice recordings included with any videos, in AHI
Travel's sales, marketing, advertising, publicity and/or training
activities.
RESPONSIBILITY-AHI Travel and the Sponsoring Association do not
own or operate any entity which provides goods or services for this
program, and act only as agents for the independent suppliers of
travel conveyance, transport, accommodations or other services.
All such persons or entities are independent contractors. As a
result, AHI Travel and the Sponsoring Association are not liable for
any negligence or willful act of any such person or entity or any
third person. In addition and without limitation, AHI Travel and the
Sponsoring Association are not responsible for any delays, delayed
departure or arrival, missed carrier connections, loss, death, damage or injury to person or property or accident, mechanical defect,
failure or negligence of any nature howsoever caused in connection with any accommodations, transportation or other services or
for any substitution of hotels or of common carrier equipment,
with or without notice, or for any additional expenses occasioned
thereby. Dates, Program Details and Tour costs, although given in
good faith and based on tariffs, exchange rates and other information current at the time of printing, are subject to change at or
before the time of departure. No revisions of the printed itinerary
or its included features are anticipated; however, the right is
reserved to make any changes, with or without notice, that might
become necessary, with the mutual understanding that any additional expenses will be paid by the individual passenger. Baggage
and personal effects are the sole responsibility of the owners at
all times. If the entire program is cancelled for any reason, participants shall have no claim other than for a full refund. By forwarding the deposit, the passenger certifies that he/she has no physical, mental or other condition of disability that would create a hazard for himself/herself or other passengers and accepts the terms
of this contract set out herein and in more specific pre-departure
passenger information. The airlines and other transportation companies concerned are not to be held responsible for any act, omission, or event, during the time passengers are not on board their
conveyances. The passage contract in use, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the company(ies) and the passenger and/or purchaser of this trip.
CANCELLATION-In addition to airline cancellation penalties, all cancellations for any reason whatsoever will be subject to a $250 per
person administrative fee. {Please note that you may choose, at
the time of cancellation, to apply the withheld administrative fee to
a future AHI travel program that will operate in the current calendar year or year following.} Cancellation from 120 days to 90 days
prior to departure will result in forfeiture of 10% of the entire cost
of the trip per person; 89 days to 31 days, 50% of the trip cost per
person; cancellation from 30 days up to the time of departure will
result in 100% forfeiture of the entire cost of the trip. TRIP CANCELLATION INSURANCE IS AVAILABLE. AN APPLICATION WILL BE
SENT AFTER YOU RESERVE. All cancellations must be submitted
in writing to AHI International Corporation.
University of Toronto Alumni Travel
Division of University Advancement
21 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON M5S 3J3
Reserve your Passage of the Moors cruise today!
CRUISE FROM
SEVILLE TO MÁLAGA
Presented by
AHI TRAVEL
ESPECIALLY FOR
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
ALUMNI AND FRIENDS
OCTOBER 25-NOVEMBER 6, 2016
Grad Year
Email:___________________________________________________________
Birthdate
(2) _____________________________________________________________
Title
First
Middle
Last
Grad Year
Email:___________________________________________________________
Birthdate
1) 9000_________________________ (2) 9000_________________________
(Your 10 digit alumni number, see mailing panel)
Street Address: ___________________________________________________
City: ____________________________________________________________
Province _______________________________Postal Code ________________
Home: (_________)______________Cell: (_________)_____________________
Sharing with _______________________________________. (Form sent separately.)
I/we authorize you to make my/our reservations as follows:
Cabin category desired: 1st choice_____________ 2nd choice__________
Category A-G: ❒ Twin ❒ Double
Land/Cruise and AHI FlexAir
❒ I/we reserve the Land/Cruise Program and request the round-trip air itinerary
and pricing to and from Málaga, Spain, to depart from:
________________________________________________________________
Departure City
Land/Cruise Program
❒ I/we will make my/our own air arrangements and transfers.
Single Accommodations
❒ I prefer single accommodations at an additional cost (limited availability).
❒ I request assistance in securing a roommate but will accept a single, if one is
available at this time, and pay the single supplement. Should a roommate be
found, I understand the supplement will no longer apply.
Reservations are subject to availability and processed on a first come, first served
basis. Reservations to be paid in full by July 27, 2016 (90 days prior to departure).
Reservations received after this date must be accompanied by payment in full.
Final payment may be made by personal cheque, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or
Amex. Make cheques payable to AHI Travel.
The University of Toronto, its officers and employees, do not assume any responsibility for the financing, arranging or conducting of the tour. They shall not be
liable for any damages or financial loss to person or property of any description
that might occur in connection with the tour, howsoever arising from the negligence, omission or otherwise of travel services arranged through AHI Travel.
AHI Travel has assumed all costs for the printing and distribution of this promotion. This program is exclusively arranged by AHI Travel, 8550 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.,
Suite 600, Chicago, IL 60631, U.S.A. For further information, please call AHI
Travel at 1-800-323-7373.
Enclosed is a deposit of _______ ($600 per person) to reserve _______ place(s).
❒ Accept my cheque made payable to AHI International.
❒ U of T MasterCard ❒ MasterCard ❒ VISA ❒ Amex ❒ Discover
Card #___________________________________________________________
Expires________/________
__________________________________________________________
(Signature as it appears on credit card)
Please note: Any payment to AHI International constitutes your acceptance of the terms
and conditions set out herein, including but not limited to the cancellation terms.
CST Registration No. 2028271-20. Fla. Seller of Travel
Reg. No. ST-33300 Iowa Seller of Travel No. 520
Ohio Seller of Travel Reg. No. 8889139.
Washington State Seller of Travel Reg. No. 601-820-781.
PARTICIPATING AIRLINES-all IATA and ARC Member
Carriers ©2015 AHI Travel Printed in the USA.
$4,645
$250
$4,395*
K Premium Inside (Belvedere)
$4,895
$250
$4,645*
J Standard Outside (Columbus) Porthole views.
$5,045
$250
$4,795*
I Premium Outside (Bridge) Obstructed views.
$5,345
$250
$5,095*
H Premium Outside (Belvedere/Columbus)
$5,645
$250
$5,395*
G Premium Outside (Lido/Bridge)
$5,945
$250
$5,695*
$6,195
$250
$5,945*
$250
$6,195*
$250
$6,645*
130-150 sq. ft. Private shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
F Deluxe Outside (Lido/Bridge/Belvedere)
170-200 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
E Deluxe Outside (Belvedere)
$6,445
215 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower. Double bed or two twin beds.
D Deluxe Balcony (Belvedere)
$6,895
275 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower, sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds.
C Deluxe Balcony (Lido/Bridge)
$7,195
$250
$6,945*
275 sq. ft. Bath/shower or walk-in shower, sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds. Cabins on
Lido Deck are smaller and do not have a sitting area.
B Junior Suite, Balcony (Lido)
$7,895
$250
$7,645*
310 sq. ft. Marble bathroom, walk-in closet, sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds
A Owners Suite, Balcony (Lido)
$8,545
$250
$8,295*
550 sq. ft. Marble bathroom, dressing area, separate sitting area and private balcony. Double bed or two twin beds.
AHI FlexAir
All suites, staterooms and cabins have a flat-screen TV, safe and hair dryer and are fully air-conditioned.
• Special round-trip airfare to Málaga, Spain,from select North American gateways.
• Includes all transfers and baggage handling between the airport, hotel and
embarkation/disembarkation piers for AHI FlexAir passengers.
• Includes automatic flight insurance worth up to $250,000, subject to policy terms.
All prices quoted are in USD, per person, based on double occupancy and include governmental taxes
and cruise fuel surcharges. Port charges are an additional $450 per person. Tipping of cabin staff,
restaurant staff and included excursion guides and drivers is included. Single prices available
upon request.
*Special Price valid if booked by the date found on the address panel.
Cadiz
Balcony Class
Voyages to Antiquity cruise line proudly offers Balcony
Class, a special level of accommodation designed
especially for guests in the suites, junior suites and staterooms in cabin categories A to D. In addition to standard
cabin features, which include a flat-screen TV, safe, hair
dryer and plush bedding, guests in Balcony Class also
enjoy accommodations with a balcony, a welcome bottle
of champagne, a refrigerator stocked with soft drinks,
complimentary bottled water, plush robes and slippers
and Molton Brown bathroom amenities.
Special air add-0nS from theSe citieS
$595
Ottawa, ON
Toronto, ON
Atlanta, GA
Boston, MA
Cleveland, OH
Chicago, IL
Dallas, TX
Detroit, MI
Houston, TX
Miami, FL
Newark, NJ (EWR)
New York, NY
– (JFK)
Philadelphia, PA
Washington, DC
– (Dulles)
$695
Calgary, AB
Montreal, QC
Austin, TX
Charleston, SC
Charlotte, NC
Colombus, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Denver, CO
Indianapolis, IN
Kansas City, KS
Las Vegas, NV
Memphis, TN
Milwaukee, WI
Orlando, FL
Pittsburgh, PA
Saint Louis, MO
San Antonio, TX
Tampa, FL
$795
Edmonton, AB
Halifax, NS
Vancouver, BC
Winnipeg, MB
Albuquerque, NM
Buffalo, NY
Los Angeles, CA
Minneapolis, MN
Nashville, TN
New Orleans, LA
Omaha, NE
Phoenix, AZ
Portland, OR
Raleigh-Durham, NC
Rochester, NY
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
Salt Lake City, UT
Seattle, WA
Tucson, AZ
Tulsa, OK
Special airfares include round-trip flights, fuel surcharges, taxes, transfers and baggage handling.
Prices from other departure cities are available upon request.
Sincerely,
Daphne Tao
Manager, Alumni Travel Program
The University of Toronto respects your privacy, your personal information remains confidential
and is never released to our travel partners. The promotional information in this mailing is
provided by an official travel partner of the University of Toronto. Revenue generated through
travel programs support student and alumni events and initiatives. If you prefer not to
receive information regarding the university's travel programs, please contact
[email protected] or write to "Alumni Records - attn.: no travel mailings",
21 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 3J3
Rock of Gibraltar
MOORS
discounts and pricing.
Last
L Premium Inside (Columbus)
Categories H-M: 130 sq. ft. Two twin beds with private shower.
• Two nights in Seville at the Hotel Fernando III.
• Nine nights aboard MV Aegean Odyssey from Seville to Málaga
– An elegant but casual and relaxing atmosphere.
– Well-appointed and comfortable staterooms.
– Attentive and gracious service.
– A library with a well-stocked selection of books, newspapers, magazines and more.
– Open seating in your choice of two indoor restaurants.
– Room service for beverages and light snacks.
– Afternoon tea with pastries, sandwiches and cakes; light snacks in the evening.
– Historians and other experts who will enhance your experience with a series of lectures.
– Musical entertainment each evening.
• Enjoy an extensive meal program, featuring 11 breakfasts, eight lunches and nine dinners,
including wine, beer or soft drinks at dinner on board.
• Expert guides, using a state-of-the-art QuietVox portable audio headset system, will offer
informative commentary on all shore excursions.
• Guided excursions in each city or port. See the full day-by-day itinerary for details.
• Gratuities for cabin and onboard restaurant staff. AHI extends the additional benefit of providing gratuities to guides and drivers on included excursions.
• Services of an experienced Travel Director throughout the trip.
• Services of a dedicated Passenger Service Representative before departure.
• Detailed travel and destination information to assist in your planning.
• Complimentary travel wallet.
program information,
Middle
$4,145*
website for the most current
First
$250
Please call or refer to our
Title
$4,395
Special Price
Join alumni and friends for this unique land and sea experience!
(1) _____________________________________________________________
M Standard Inside (Belvedere/Columbus)
Savings
PASSAGE OF THE
Fez
Full Legal Name (exactly as it appears on passport)
Price
It is impossible to separate the southernmost region of the Iberian Peninsula from the
desire to explore. After all, Ferdinand Magellan and Christopher Columbus both began their
most renowned voyages here. Passage of the Moors offers you the opportunity to begin a
journey, as well.
Discover the cultural riches of Spain and Morocco in a level of luxury early seafarers never
could have imagined. Explore fascinating Seville, then cruise to Morocco aboard MV Aegean
Odyssey, an experience that includes two overnight hotel stays in the storied cities of Marrakesh
and Fez. Along the way, admire the varied architectural styles brought to the region by several
civilizations, sample sherry and local specialties, and bask in the beauty of southern Spain and
northern Africa.
This Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a journey for people who are ever curious and excited to
learn about classical civilizations. One essential feature of every Voyages to Antiquity cruise is a
series of lectures presented by esteemed historians and dynamic speakers. Plus, throughout
your cruise, enjoy the breathtaking scenery and the delicious food and wine of the
Mediterranean.
Space is limited on this boutique-style cruise, so please call today to make your reservation
or obtain more information.
800-323-7373
tor.ahitravel.com
Please contact AHI Travel at 800-323-7373 with questions regarding this trip or to
make a reservation.
cruiSe priceS
Dear Alumni and Friends,
Land/Cruise Program
VSPAINMO16 153
Trip #:1-22739W
INCLUDED FEATURES
october 26-november 6, 2016
AHI Travel’s mission is to
deliver inspirational educational
and cultural travel programs
that delight travellers.
With AHI you can rely on:
• Experienced Travel Directors
who attend to every detail
of your journey.
• An exceptional travel value.
• Unique access to local sites.
• Flexibility and customization.
• Safety
and security.
Send to: University of Toronto Alumni Travel
c/o AHI Travel
International Tower-Suite 600
8550 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue
Chicago, IL 60631
NOT INCLUDED-Fees for passports; personal gratuities; laundry
and dry cleaning; excursions, wines, liquors, mineral waters and
meals not mentioned in this brochure under included features;
travel insurance; all items of a strictly personal nature.
MOBILITY AND FITNESS TO TRAVEL-The right is retained to decline
to accept or to retain any person as a member of this trip who, in
the opinion of AHI Travel is unfit for travel or whose physical or
mental condition may constitute a danger to themselves or to others on the trip, subject only to the requirement that the portion of
the total amount paid which corresponds to the unused services
and accommodations be refunded. Passengers requiring special
assistance, including without limitation those who permanently or
periodically use a wheelchair, must be accompanied by someone
who is fit and able to assist them, and who will be totally responsible for providing all required assistance.
AIR TRANSPORTATION-The price of air transportation offered by
AHI Travel is based on Advance Purchase Excursion fares. After
tickets are issued, penalties up to 100% of the ticket price may be
levied. If connecting flights are requested, special promotional
fares may be used, in which case penalties of as much as 100% may
be assessed by the airlines if reservations are changed or cancelled after ticketing. After departure, if the reservations are
changed, you will be charged the higher, all year Economy class
fare. VARIATIONS TO THE GROUP ITINERARY MUST BE
REQUESTED NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE.
Passengers who choose to make their own airline reservations
independently will be wholly responsible for any airline fees or
penalties incurred as a result of program cancellation and/or
change in travel dates, or airline schedule(s).
BAGGAGE-Baggage restrictions vary according to the airline policy
and the class of service flown. Details will be provided with your
pre-departure information. Baggage allowances are subject to
change by the carrier without notice. Excess baggage charges for
additional or oversized/overweight pieces are expensive and not
included in your trip price; plan your wardrobe accordingly.
Transport of baggage and personal effects is at the owner's risk
throughout the travel program.
AUTHORITY TO USE IMAGES AND AUDIO RECORDINGS-On occasion, AHI Travel obtains, from its staff, or from trip participants,
photographic or video images of passengers and trip activities. By
participating in this travel program, you authorize AHI Travel, without providing compensation to you, or obtaining additional
approvals from you, to include photographic and video recordings
of you, as well as voice recordings included with any videos, in AHI
Travel's sales, marketing, advertising, publicity and/or training
activities.
RESPONSIBILITY-AHI Travel and the Sponsoring Association do not
own or operate any entity which provides goods or services for this
program, and act only as agents for the independent suppliers of
travel conveyance, transport, accommodations or other services.
All such persons or entities are independent contractors. As a
result, AHI Travel and the Sponsoring Association are not liable for
any negligence or willful act of any such person or entity or any
third person. In addition and without limitation, AHI Travel and the
Sponsoring Association are not responsible for any delays, delayed
departure or arrival, missed carrier connections, loss, death, damage or injury to person or property or accident, mechanical defect,
failure or negligence of any nature howsoever caused in connection with any accommodations, transportation or other services or
for any substitution of hotels or of common carrier equipment,
with or without notice, or for any additional expenses occasioned
thereby. Dates, Program Details and Tour costs, although given in
good faith and based on tariffs, exchange rates and other information current at the time of printing, are subject to change at or
before the time of departure. No revisions of the printed itinerary
or its included features are anticipated; however, the right is
reserved to make any changes, with or without notice, that might
become necessary, with the mutual understanding that any additional expenses will be paid by the individual passenger. Baggage
and personal effects are the sole responsibility of the owners at
all times. If the entire program is cancelled for any reason, participants shall have no claim other than for a full refund. By forwarding the deposit, the passenger certifies that he/she has no physical, mental or other condition of disability that would create a hazard for himself/herself or other passengers and accepts the terms
of this contract set out herein and in more specific pre-departure
passenger information. The airlines and other transportation companies concerned are not to be held responsible for any act, omission, or event, during the time passengers are not on board their
conveyances. The passage contract in use, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the company(ies) and the passenger and/or purchaser of this trip.
CANCELLATION-In addition to airline cancellation penalties, all cancellations for any reason whatsoever will be subject to a $250 per
person administrative fee. {Please note that you may choose, at
the time of cancellation, to apply the withheld administrative fee to
a future AHI travel program that will operate in the current calendar year or year following.} Cancellation from 120 days to 90 days
prior to departure will result in forfeiture of 10% of the entire cost
of the trip per person; 89 days to 31 days, 50% of the trip cost per
person; cancellation from 30 days up to the time of departure will
result in 100% forfeiture of the entire cost of the trip. TRIP CANCELLATION INSURANCE IS AVAILABLE. AN APPLICATION WILL BE
SENT AFTER YOU RESERVE. All cancellations must be submitted
in writing to AHI International Corporation.
University of Toronto Alumni Travel
Division of University Advancement
21 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON M5S 3J3
Reserve your Passage of the Moors cruise today!
CRUISE FROM
SEVILLE TO MÁLAGA
Presented by
AHI TRAVEL
ESPECIALLY FOR
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
ALUMNI AND FRIENDS
OCTOBER 25-NOVEMBER 6, 2016

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