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IF BOOKED BY
JUNE 15, 2010
The University of Utah
March 10 - 26, 2011
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JUNE 15, 2010
390 Asian Explorations V1
Dear Alumni and Friends,
A voyage on Oceania Cruises’ Nautica is an exceptional experience that takes cruising to
new heights. Look forward to unparalleled service and an in-depth travel adventure. Whether
onboard or ashore, you can be assured that every detail is attended to; your only task is to enjoy
every sublime moment.
Experience the legendary lands of Eastern Asia where the past comes to life and where ancient
temples mingle with modern high-rises. During your voyage, visit the faraway shores of
China, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan, and explore their captivating ports. Discover Seoul’s
magnificent 14th-century palace; stroll Shanghai’s famous Bund; visit ancient shrines and
historic memorials in Hiroshima, Kyoto and Okinawa; explore colorful markets in Taipei,
and see Hong Kong’s towering skyscrapers.
This is a luxurious, upscale experience that redefines living on the water. The streamlined
size of this ship allows for a feeling of elegant intimacy, and a crew of 400 caters to only
684 passengers. Choose from four fabulous restaurants and enjoy the best cuisine at sea
with menus by world-renowned master chef Jacques Pépin. Your stateroom is an oasis
of comfort, featuring Oceania Cruises’ exclusive Tranquility BedSM to ensure a restful night.
Make yourself at home in these exquisitely appointed rooms, most featuring lovely teak
verandas. Every amenity you could dream of awaits you, and when you go ashore you’ll be
well equipped with knowledge provided by excursion experts, guest lecturers, and instructive
seminars. Nautica offers the perfect blend of relaxation and discovery.
Please join us for this fascinating trip to the Far East in 2011.
Available to alumni,
their families and friends.
M. John Ashton
The University of Utah Alumni Association
SPACE ON THIS CRUISE IS LIMITED!
Call for additional information:
952-918-8950 or 800-842-9023
We strongly suggest purchasing travel insurance. Travel insurance information will be sent to you by
the University of Utah Alumni Association with your confirmation letter.
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Encounter a new world,
The Ambiance soft textures, luxurious furnishings, and
The moment you step onboard you’ll feel it, Tranquility BedsSM, considered by many
an immediate sense of calm and comfort. to be “a slice of heaven.” A vast majority
Feel warmly welcomed by an ambiance of of the staterooms on Nautica feature teak
effortless elegance, casual days at sea and verandas, a private haven to retire to with a
impeccable attention to detail. For the flute of champagne, or to watch the sun set
684 passengers who board Oceania Cruises’ over the sea.
Nautica it will be a voyage like no other.
The ship’s décor will delight, lavished with The Flavor
dark rich woods, plush fabrics, intriguing Host of numerous television shows, author
artwork, and an abundance of fresh flowers. of more than 20 cookbooks, and personal
The streamlined size of Nautica allows for chef to several heads of state, Jacques Pépin
an intimate, convivial atmosphere and highly is one of the world’s leaders in fine cuisine.
personalized service. On this ship, experience He brings his legendary culinary talents to
the pinnacle of luxury cruising. all of the unique restaurants onboard. From
the European-inspired Grand Dining Room
The Nuance to the breezy Tapas on the Terrace, variety
Even the most minute aspect of your voyage is part of the fun. Other dinner options
has been carefully considered. With the include steak and seafood at the Polo Grill
perfect ratio of staff to guests, you’ll find and regional Italian cuisine at Toscana.
all your needs and whims catered to. The Options for lunch include the Grand Dining
international staff is schooled in the art of Room, the poolside grill at Waves, or a full
fine service, with their core principle being buffet at the Terrace Café. In addition to the
the desire to please. The exceptional service restaurants, Nautica also features 24-hour
onboard this ship will almost magically room service, high tea at 4:00 p.m., an ice
anticipate your needs, elevating your entire cream bar, afternoon pizzeria and evening
cruising experience. Your stateroom or suite snacks. Each cruise offers menus featuring
will be your private oasis designed with all literally hundreds of different dishes. The
the comforts of home. Furnished with only chefs know no bounds in their pursuit of
the highest quality in mind, you’ll feel perfection, striving to please even the most
awash in the serenity of soothing colors, discriminating palates.
We are dedicated to providing Exclusive Benefits
our travelers the opportunity of • FREE AIRFARE from select cities
traveling well at an affordable price. • Private Welcome Reception
We develop programs that appeal • Complimentary bottle of wine
to all age groups with the right • Go Next program manager onboard to assist
with every need
balance between seeing and just
• Exceptional value
being in new and exotic places.
• Convenient departure cities
• Exclusive program, not offered to the general public
• Optional Beijing Pre-Cruise Program
• Optional Hong Kong Post-Cruise Program
onboard and onshore.
The Inspiration The Oceania Cruises Difference
Your concierge and shore excursion • Smaller, more intimate ships, with only 684
staff will provide you with a wealth of guests, providing access to more exotic ports.
information about the places you will visit, • Guest to staff ratio is 1.7 to 1.
and the prestigious and often famous guest
• Impeccable service.
lecturers will regale you with personal
insights and expertise on the endless • Four open-seating gourmet restaurants
treasures waiting ashore. with cuisine inspired by Jacques Pépin;
all for no additional charge.
Each day on Nautica will inspire you to try
something new. Relax in a private cabana, • Resort casual attire – no formal nights.
enjoy a refreshing dip in the heated pool, • 93% ocean view staterooms, 74% of those
or take a brisk walk around the oval track. with private verandas.
Stop in the rejuvenating Canyon Ranch • Enrichment programs including
SpaClub®, join a Team Trivia game, or seminars led by naturalists, historians
settle into an armchair with a book in the and local experts.
English-style library. Nightfall brings with • Critically acclaimed headline entertainers.
it a variety of entertainment; enjoy the soft
• Large heated pool and three whirlpool spas.
jazz styling of Horizons, listen to a classic
string quartet under the stars, dance to the • State-of-the-art fitness center.
inspired sounds of a 12-piece orchestra, • Unlimited complimentary soft drinks and
or try your luck at the ship’s casino. Every bottled water.
night brings a new critically acclaimed
All Oceania Cruises’ staterooms feature exclusive
headliner and a great show in the ship’s Tranquility BedsSM (two lower twin beds convertible
lounge. There’s always something to do, to queen), 24-hour room service, twice-daily maid
and if you desire, nothing to do but relax service, plush cotton towels, thick cotton robes
and slippers, flat-screen television, DVD player,
and breathe in the ocean air. direct dial satellite telephone, wireless internet
access, writing desk, security safe, 110/220 volt
outlets and hair dryer.
Cruise Program Includes
• FREE ROUND-TRIP AIRFARE FROM • Private Welcome Reception
SELECT OCEANIA CRUISES CITIES • Complimentary bottle of wine
• 15 nights’ accommodations and cruising • Attentive service from an experienced
onboard Nautica to historic and scenic Go Next program manager
ports of call • Comprehensive pre-departure information
• All meals, entertainment and use of the • All surcharges, airline fees and government taxes
facilities onboard the ship
Asian Explorations Itinerary
MAR 10 Thursday Depart the U.S.A.
MAR 11 Friday Arrive in Beijing, China, and transfer to Nautica.
DAY PORT ARRIVE DEPART
MAR 11 Friday Beijing (Tianjin), China Embark 3:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
MAR 12 Saturday Cruising the Yellow Sea —..... —.....
MAR 13 Sunday Seoul (Inchon), South Korea 8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
MAR 14 Monday Cruising the Yellow Sea —..... —.....
MAR 15 Tuesday Shanghai, China 8:00 a.m. ON SHIP
MAR 16 Wednesday Shanghai, China —..... 6:00 p.m.
MAR 17 Thursday Cruising the East China Sea —..... —.....
MAR 18 Friday Hiroshima, Japan 9:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.
MAR 19 Saturday Kyoto (Kobe), Japan 8:00 a.m. ON SHIP
MAR 20 Sunday Kyoto (Kobe), Japan —..... 6:00 p.m.
MAR 21 Monday Cruising the Philippine Sea —..... —.....
MAR 22 Tuesday Okinawa (Naha), Japan 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
MAR 23 Wednesday Taipei (Keelung), Taiwan 3:00 p.m. ON SHIP
MAR 24 Thursday Taipei (Keelung), Taiwan —..... 11:00 p.m.
MAR 25 Friday Cruising the Taiwan Strait —..... —.....
MAR 26 Saturday Hong Kong, China Disembark 8:00 a.m.
After disembarking, transfer to the airport for your return to the U.S.A.
Cross the International Date Line and arrive the same day.
Oceania Cruises may modify the cruise itinerary up to and during the voyage.
All air, cruise and land accommodations, local transportation and optional shore excursions are arranged by
Oceania Cruises, Inc. who may use other suppliers or providers to render the services.
The agreement in this brochure is the exclusive and entire statement of the agreement between you and Go Next, Inc.
It should be read carefully.
This map represents
Cruise Program Pricing 2-FOR-1
REGULAR SPECIAL REDUCED
PRICE ALUMNI PRICE*
STATEROOM CATEGORY/DESCRIPTION (PER PERSON) (PER PERSON)
G Inside Stateroom - Decks 4, 6 & 7 $11,998 $4,999
F Inside Stateroom - Decks 7 & 8 $12,398 $5,199
Features a comfortable seating area and plenty of storage space.
Category G has very limited availability.
E Outside Ocean View - Deck 6 $12,798 $5,399
Features a comfortable seating area and window with obstructed view.
D Outside Ocean View - Deck 3 $13,198 $5,599
Features a spacious seating area, breakfast table and classic porthole.
C2 Deluxe Ocean View - Deck 4 $14,398 $6,199
C1 Deluxe Ocean View - Decks 4, 6 & 7 $14,798 $6,399
Features a spacious seating area, breakfast table and full-size window.
B2 Veranda - Deck 6 $16,398 $7,199
B1 Veranda - Deck 6 $16,798 $7,399
Features a private teak veranda and breakfast table. Watch the world sail by
while comfortably seated outdoors, or relax on the comfortable sofa inside.
A3 Concierge Level Veranda - Deck 7 $17,198 $7,599
A2 Concierge Level Veranda - Decks 7 & 8 $17,598 $7,799
A1 Concierge Level Veranda - Decks 7 & 8 $17,998 $7,999
Features a private teak veranda, refrigerated mini-bar, plush seating area, spacious closet,
premier services including priority restaurant reservations and early embarkation, and more.
PH3 Penthouse Suite - Deck 8 $21,998 $9,999
PH2 Penthouse Suite - Deck 8 $22,398 $10,199
Features a spacious living area, private in-suite dining, Butler service, refrigerated mini-bar,
vanity desk, full-size bathtub, and much more. Magnificent views await you through the
sliding glass door on the exquisitely furnished private teak veranda.
All stateroom locations and prices are subject to availability. Additional stateroom categories may
* The Special Reduced Alumni Price shown above reflects the $2,000 per stateroom Early Booking Price
Reduction when booked by June 15, 2010. Prices are per person, double occupancy.
Advertised prices include all surcharges, airline fees and government taxes.
Round-trip airport transfers of $180 and any applicable visa fees are additional.
Oceania Cruises’ FREE AIRFARE cities are Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denver, Des Moines,
Detroit, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York (JFK), Newark,
Oklahoma City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Richmond, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco,
Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa, and Washington D.C. (Dulles).
Many other departure cities are available for an additional fee of $199. Call for a complete listing.
All airfare is in coach class. Airline-imposed baggage fees may apply.
Ports of Call
SEOUL (INCHON), SOUTH KOREA Travel to Seoul and discover its 5,000-year-old
heritage amidst the ultra-modern high-rises. Visit the magnificent 14th-century palace and
stone pagoda, the National Museum and the bustling antique district. Or spend a day in the
serene atmosphere of a Zen Buddhist temple and a historic Korean village. See the DMZ,
or simply wander the Fish Market and promenade at Inchon.
SHANGHAI, CHINA See the amazing contrasts of this burgeoning city, from the broad
European-style Bund to the soaring, state-of-the-art buildings of Pudong. Visit the magnificent
art museum and the renowned 16th-century Yu Yuan Garden. Enjoy the city by night, watch
an acrobatic show, browse local markets or take a trip to one of the famed garden cities of
Suzhou or Wuxi.
HIROSHIMA, JAPAN Visit the skeletal A-Bomb Dome, the Peace Memorial Park and
Museum, and the statue to the children who died. Stroll through beautifully landscaped
Hiroshima Gardens, visit the rebuilt Hiroshima Castle or journey to the exquisite sacred
island of Miyajima and see the extraordinary Itsukushima Shrine.
KYOTO (KOBE), JAPAN Visit the breathtaking temples and shrines of Japan’s old imperial
capital, Kyoto, or visit ancient Nara, the cradle of Japanese arts, literature and crafts, with its
magnificent shrines and temples that pre-date those in Kyoto. Stroll through Nara park, famed
for its deer and impressive Kasuga Grand Shrine. Then travel to Osaka and its famed castle.
In Kobe, visit historic Himeji Castle, a huge, amazing edifice built entirely of wood and tile!
OKINAWA (NAHA), JAPAN Explore this beautiful island and visit imposing Shuri Castle,
home of the Ryukyu royal family for 400 years. Enjoy the scenic countryside, the WWII
memorials, the magnificent limestone caves and a reconstructed Ryukyu village where the
island’s heritage and crafts are on display.
TAIPEI (KEELUNG), TAIWAN On this fascinating island, visit Taipei 101, one of the
world’s tallest buildings, the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial, the fabulous Palace Museum’s vast
collection of Chinese art and the lovely Lungshan Temple. Explore Keelung’s historic sites
and Yeliu Park’s astonishing rock formations.
In each port of call you may select from a variety of optional shore excursions for an additional
charge, some of which are referenced in the descriptions above.
Alumni Exclusive Beijing Pre-Cruise Program
$599 per person, double occupancy includes:
• 2 nights’ accommodations at the five-star • Professional tour guide
deluxe Ritz-Carlton, Beijing hotel • Transfers between the airport, hotel and
• 3 meals: 2 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch cruise ship, with related luggage handling
• Sightseeing as specified in the itinerary
MAR 08 Depart the U.S.A.
MAR 09 Arrive in Beijing, China, and transfer to the deluxe Ritz-Carlton, Beijing hotel.
MAR 10 Included sightseeing to China’s Great Wall and the Ming Tombs. Visit one of the world’s
most famous landmarks, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Wonders
of the World, the expansive Great Wall of China. After lunch (included), continue to one
of the 13 magnificent Ming Tombs, imperial burial chambers built to hold the lavish wealth
of Ming Emperors.
MAR 11 Included sightseeing of Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Begin in the largest
public square in the world, the epic Tiananmen Square. Pass through the 15th-century
Gate of Heavenly Peace to explore the Forbidden City, a complex of palaces and temples once
available only to the Royal Family. In the afternoon, transfer to Tianjin and board Nautica.
THE RITZ-CARLTON, BEIJING is a five-star luxury hotel ideally situated in the thriving Chaoyang
District, just minutes away from Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, and surrounded by
landscaped gardens. Inside its glittering glass and chrome exterior, find a rejuvenating sanctuary where
you can enjoy an indoor pool, spa, fitness center, and several lounges and restaurants featuring the
finest in Asian and international cuisine. After a day exploring China’s capital, retreat to your guest
room complete with the Ritz-Carlton’s signature linens and featherbed, flat-screen TV, mini-bar,
internet access, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, in-room safe, and 24-hour room service.
Global Destinations Management, Ltd. and Go Next, Inc. are not responsible for injuries or losses resulting from any
causes beyond their own respective and exclusive control. Global Destinations Management, Ltd. and Go Next, Inc. are
not responsible for the negligence of the other or any other suppliers or providers. All pre-cruise land accommodations,
local transportation and sightseeing are arranged and operated by Hotelbeds (Shanghai) Commercial Service Co. Ltd.
in Beijing who may use other suppliers or providers to render the services.
A Hong Kong Post-Cruise Program is available. Call for details.