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Celebrity 10 Night Cruise Itinerary

DAY DATE PORT ARRIVE DEPART
Friday Sept. 1 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy   4:00 pm
Saturday Sept. 2 Sicily (Messina), Italy 10:00 am 7:00 pm
Sunday Sept. 3 Valletta, Malta 8:00 am 6:00 pm
Monday Sept. 4 At Sea    
Tuesday Sept. 5 Mykonos, Greece 7:00 am 6:00 pm
Wednesday Sept. 6 Rhodes, Greece 7:30 am 6:30 pm
Thursday Sept. 7 Santorini, Greece 7:00 am 6:00 pm
Friday Sept. 8 Athens (Piraeus), Greece 6:00 am 6:00 pm
Saturday Sept. 9 At Sea    
Sunday Sept. 10 Naples, Italy 7:00 am 6:30 pm
Monday
Sept. 11
 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
5:00 am
 

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST MAKE CRUISE RESERVATIONS THROUGH LIFE JOURNEYS


ports of call
Rome

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Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Rome’s seaport, Civitavecchia is the gateway for excursions to the “Eternal City”. Here the ancient capital of the western world and the center of Christianity for nearly 2,000 years is spread out before you. Visit the Coliseum and Roman Forum, the Vatican and St. Peter’s Basilica, or the fashionable boutiques around the Spanish Steps. The entire city is a living museum. You will discover some of the most famous churches, monuments and fountains in the entire world.

Messina

Sicily (Messina), Italy

Gateway to Mt. Etna, the awe-inspiring and still-active volcano, the seaport of Messina is the third-largest city in Sicily. Known for its fine cathedral, museums and for its rich Sicilian wines, Messina and the surrounding area was also the location for much of the Godfather series of films. An afternoon or a day in Messina can include a drive up to the windswept side of Mt. Etna (hold on to your hat—it is seriously windy here!) or to the shop-lined streets of Taormina.

Malta
Mykonos

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Valletta, Malta

Valletta is the capital of Malta and a piece of living history. With an unsurpassed collection of original Baroque architecture, fortified city walls overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, and the spectacular Cathedral of St John. This smallest of European capital cities is a world heritage site. The culture of Malta reflects various societies that have come into contact with the Maltese Islands throughout the centuries, including neighbouring Mediteranean cultures.

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Mykonos, Greece

This island is one of Europe’s favorite playgrounds. It is the classic Greek Isle, with hundreds of whitewashed churches, thatched windmills catching the brisk breeze, and a busy harbor bobbing with fishing boats and luxury yachts. Visit neighboring Delos, which was the sacred isle and the religious center of the Aegean, with its impressive temples and ruins. Mykonos boasts of its incredible beaches, active nightlife, and great shopping.

Rhodes
santorini

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Rhodes, Greece

Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese (the name translates as "twelve islands"), draws more visitors than most other Greek islands. Its capital, Rhodes Town, offers an enduring blend of history and architecture, and the island's interior is filled with lushly forested hills. To the south, Lindos, one of the most stunning villages in all of Greece, is watched over by a picture-perfect ancient ruin on the hill above. Though many civilizations have left their mark on Rhodes, its independent spirit has endured and the island has managed to retain its natural beauty, from the mountain heights down to gorgeous beaches and coves. 

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Santorini, Greece

This Island is perhaps the most breathtaking of all the Greek Islands and its beauty legendary. There is a magic energy here with its whitewashed houses clinging to cliffs and hillsides set against the deep blue waters of the Aegean Sea. The excavations at Akrotiri had confirmed that human activity on the island continued until the eruption of the volcano around 1500 B.C. which entirely buried the island. At this point, all traces of human activity vanished until the end of the 13th century B.C. On the site of Akrotiri you’ll gain insight into Minoan life from 3,600 years ago when the town was buried under volcanic ash.

Athens
Naples

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Athens (Piraeus), Greece

Piraeus is the main port of Athens, the biggest in Greece, and one of the most important in the Mediterranean Sea. No visit to Athens would be complete without a visit to the Acropolis. There you'll find the Parthenon, the largest building in the Acropolis and one of the world's most awe-inspiring sights. Built as a temple to Athena, it remains a remarkable structure today. Visit the Plaka, the old neighborhood of Athens and discover the narrow streets and alleys, neoclassical villas, taverns and many tourist shops or explore the National Archaeological Museum.

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Naples, Italy

 

Splendid scenery graces the surrounding areas of Naples. Take a journey back into time by a visit to the ruins of Pompeii, which offered the world its first glimpse into ancient Roman life. The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. left us with some of the best preserved ruins in the world. Magnificent beauty awaits you on the magical island of Capri or the legendary drive along the Amalfi Coast with quaint picturesque villages.

 

Platka in Athens

 

Stateroom Categories and Group Pricing based on Double Occupancy

    US Dollars / per person
VIEW Inside Stateroom (183-200 Sq. Ft.) 11 10 9
  Features sitting area with sofa, 32" LCD TV, and vanity $2,169 $2,219 $2,269
         
VIEW Outside Ocean View Stateroom (177 Sq. Ft.)     7
  Features window, sitting area w /sofa, 32" LCD TV, and vanity     $2,999
         
VIEW Deluxe Ocean View w/ Private Balcony (194 Sq. Ft. / 54 Sq. Ft. Balcony) 2B 2A 1C
  Features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area w/sofa, mini-refrigerator,
32"LCD TV, and vanity
$3,035 $3,122 $3,025
         
VIEW Concierge Class w/ Private Balcony (194 Sq. Ft. / 54 Sq. Ft. Balcony)   C3 C2
  Features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area w/sofa, 32" LCD TV. vanity,
& extra concierge amenities.
$3,047 $3,372
         
VIEW Sky Suite w/Private Balcony (300 Sq. Ft. / 79 Sq. Ft. Balcony)   S2 S1
  Features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, living room w/queen sofa sleeper, 40" LCD TV,
shower/tub and vanity
$4,949 $5,035
         
 
Additional suite categories may be available upon request.  •  All pricing is in U.S. Dollars.
     
free amenity

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THE PRIMARY DIFFERENCE
IN CABIN CATEGORIES IS BASED
ON LOCATION ON THE SHIP.
SINGLE RATES


faqs

FLIGHT INFORMATION
Airfare not included

September 1
Rome, Italy
Arrivals should be prior to 1:30 p.m.

September 11
Rome, Italy
Departures should leave no earlier
than 11:00 a.m.


ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST MAKE CRUISE RESERVATIONS THROUGH LIFE JOURNEYS

ADDITIONAL COSTS

Port Charges and Taxes
$353.91 per person (subject to change)

3rd and 4th Adult Passenger Rates
when sharing with two full paying guests and includes 14 hr workshop program

Inside Cabins (11,10, 9) — $1,449

Outside Ocean View Balcony & Concierge Cabins (7, 2B, 2A, 1C, C3, C2)
$1,649 per person

Suites (Cat. S2, S1) $1,949 per person


Child Rates (under 18 yrs old) as 3rd / 4th passenger
are available with no workshop program upon request.

Pre-Paid Gratuities

Non-Suites (Cat. 11, 10, 9, 7, 2B, 2A, 1C) $135.00 per person

Concierge Class (Cat. C3, C2) $140.00 per person

Suites (Cat. S2, S1) $170.00 per person

Celebrity requires that all passenger in the group pre-pay gratuities at final payment.

DEPOSITS REQUIRED

$500 per person based on double occupancy is required to secure your cruise reservation

Balance is due on June 16, 2017

James Van Praagh
Lynn Probert
Tony Stockwell

A Spirit Journey
Through Ancient Times
Greek Islands Cruise

ALL PARTICIPANTS
MUST MAKE CRUISE RESERVATIONS THROUGH LIFE JOURNEYS

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