2-FOR-1 CRUISE FARES | FREE AIRFARE PASSAGE TO PANAMA Luxury Cruise Miami • Key West • Cartagena • Panama Canal • Puntarenas Puerto Chiapas • Huatulco • Acapulco • Cabo San Lucas • San Francisco Special Price Reduction $2,000 OFF PER STATEROOM IF BOOKED BY JULY 30, 2010 Travelers April 26 - May 12, 2011 From $ 3,299 Indulge yourself with a Passage To Panama Luxury Cruise including FREE AIRFARE! FREE AIRFARE 2-FOR-1 CRUISE FARES Take advantage of the Special Price Reduction $2,000 OFF PER STATEROOM IF BOOKED BY For the sixth year in a row, Travel & Leisure Magazine and Condé Nast Traveler have ranked Oceania JULY 30, 2010 Cruises as one of the world’s finest cruise lines. V1 8000 West 78th Street, Suite 345 PRSRT STD Minneapolis, MN 55439-2538 U.S. POSTAGE PERMIT #32322 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 900 Passage To Panama V1 Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Dear Traveler, Discover natural beauty and historical sites as you visit ports in Florida, Colombia, Costa Rica, and Mexico, and experience the ingenuity of early 20th-century engineers as you cruise the amazing Panama Canal. Depart Miami for the charming island of Key West, and onward to Cartagena, Colombia, home to Spain’s greatest and largest New World fort. Pass through the Panama Canal en route to tropical Puntarenas, Costa Rica, gateway to the country’s spectacular lush rainforests. Continue along Mexico’s historic west coast, stopping in Puerto Chiapas, Huatulco, Acapulco, and Cabo San Lucas, all ports with unique attractions, before concluding your cruise in San Francisco. A voyage with Oceania Cruises is a luxurious, upscale experience that redefines living on the water, and life aboard the streamlined Regatta is one of elegant intimacy, where a crew of 400 caters to only 684 passengers. Choose from four fabulous restaurants and enjoy the best cuisine at sea with menus designed by world-renowned master chef Jacques Pépin. Your stateroom or suite will be an oasis of comfort, featuring Oceania Cruises’ Prestige Tranquility BedSM to ensure a restful night. Make yourself at home in these exquisitely appointed rooms, the vast majority of which have lovely teak verandas. Every amenity imaginable awaits you, and when you go ashore you’ll be well equipped with knowledge from guest lectures and seminars. Regatta offers the perfect blend of relaxation and discovery. This 2011 cruise has already elicited excitement and interest, so we encourage you to sign up now for your choice of stateroom or suite and the incredible offer of FREE AIRFARE. Also, there is a Special Price Reduction of $2,000 OFF per stateroom if booked by July 30, 2010. Welcome aboard! Sincerely, Go Next SPACE ON THIS CRUISE IS LIMITED! BOOK NOW! Call for additional information: 952-918-8950 or 800-842-9023 Fax: 952-918-8975 www.GoNext.com PLAN COST PER PERSON IS BASED ON THE $50,000 Emergency Medical Transportation: The Trip Protection Plan may be purchased up until TOTAL COST OF THE CRUISE PROGRAM WITH • Emergency medical transportation expenses to final payment of your reservation and becomes AIRFARE IF APPLICABLE. the nearest adequate medical facility (home in effective upon our receipt of your payment of the $2,501 - $3,000 = $229 $6,501 - $ 7,000 = $499 case of death). plan cost. Plan cost is non-refundable. $3,001 - $3,500 = $259 $7,001 - $ 7,500 = $539 • Pays for a medical escort if you are disabled and We urge you to carefully review the Description $3,501 - $4,000 = $289 $7,501 - $ 8,000 = $579 an escort is recommended by a doctor. of Coverage which provides the details of the Trip $4,001 - $4,500 = $329 $8,001 - $ 8,500 = $619 $30,000 Accidental Death & Dismemberment Protection Plan. Please note the exclusion of coverage $4,501 - $5,000 = $359 $8,501 - $ 9,000 = $659 • Covers death and loss of limb or eyesight within for a medical condition that existed during the 60 days $5,001 - $5,500 = $399 $9,001 - $ 9,500 = $699 180 days of an accident. immediately preceding, and including the Insured’s $5,501 - $6,000 = $439 $9,501 - $10,000 = $739 $2,000 Baggage & Personal Effects: coverage effective date and other limitations. $6,001 - $6,500 = $459 • Coverage for loss or damage to your baggage, Underwritten by the National Union Fire Insurance We are pleased to make available a travel insurance passport and visas. Company of Pittsburgh, PA. It is currently authorized to plan offered through Travel Guard. This program • Unauthorized use of your credit cards. transact business in all states and the District of Columbia. can provide you with coverage at an affordable price. • Primary coverage – Benefits payable are NAIC No. 19445. If you desire this coverage, please contact Go Next. determined without regard to any other insurance coverage you may have. This is only a brief description of the insurance The Trip Protection Plan includes the following: coverage(s) available under policy series $500 Baggage Delay ($100 per day maximum) Trip Cancellation & Interruption Costs/Airline, T30253NUFIC. The Policy contains reductions, • Pays for the purchase of essential items if your Cruise line & Hotels (Airfare coverage only available limitations, exclusions, and termination provisions. baggage is delayed for 24 hours or more while if airfare is purchased through Go Next.) Full details of the coverage are contained in the you are on your trip. • Covers cancellation penalties imposed by the Policy. If there are any conflicts between this airline, cruise line, Go Next or hotels due to $500 Trip Delay ($100 per day maximum) document and the Policy, the Policy shall govern. covered injury, illness, death, and other named • Pays for covered additional accommodations All coverages may not be available in all states. unforeseen covered reasons. and meals for a delay over 12 hours for covered reason. SEND TRAVEL INSURANCE INQUIRIES TO: • Covers unused, non-refundable portions of your TRAVEL GUARD trip or additional transportation expenses to your The following non-insurance services provided by 3300 Business Park Dr. return destination or to finish your trip if your trip TRAVEL GUARD Assist are also included when you Stevens Point, WI 54482 is cancelled or interrupted for covered reasons. purchase the Trip Protection Plan: (866)725-6906 • Pays additional covered transportation expenses 24-hour emergency assistance services including: Call Collect (715)295-5452 to your return destination or to finish your trip. • Emergency medical assistance and evacuation. FAX (715)345-0502 $20,000 Medical Expense: • Telephone interpretation service. • Pays for covered injury, sickness and emergency • Baggage tracking assistance. SEND TRAVEL INSURANCE CLAIMS ONLY TO: dental treatment received during the trip. TRAVEL GUARD • Pays covered hospital expenses with no daily limits P.O. Box 47 or deductibles. Stevens Point, WI 54481 Go Next, Inc. (hereinafter GN), located at 8000 West 78th Street, Suite 345, Full Brochure Fares may not have resulted in actual sales in all cabin categories and Minneapolis, Minnesota 55439-2538, in return for full payment by you of the amount may not have been in effect during the last 90 days. Promotional fares may remain in specified, is responsible to arrange for the transportation, accommodations and other effect after the expiration date. Air promotion applies to economy, round-trip flights only services specified as included in this brochure as and to the extent you have selected from select Oceania Cruises U.S. & Canadian gateways and does not include ground them, and subject to the following terms and conditions. Unless expressly specified as transfers. Advertised fare includes all surcharges, airline fees and government taxes. included by this brochure, services, taxes and fees are not included. Airline imposed baggage charges may apply. Oceania Cruises reserves the right to RESPONSIBILITY: GN is responsible to you for arranging all included transportation, correct errors or omissions and to change any and all fares, fees, and surcharges at any accommodations and other services. However, in the absence of negligence on its part, time. Additional terms and conditions may apply. Complete terms and conditions may be GN and the sponsoring association are not responsible for personal injury, property found in the Guest Ticket Contract. Ships’ Registry: Marshall Islands. damage, or any other loss, claim or damage arising out of or related to goods or OCEANIA CRUISES’ LAND PACKAGES/SHORE EXCURSIONS: Tours are operated services offered or included. GN and the sponsoring association are not responsible in the various ports of call by local tourist service companies contracted by the cruise for personal injury, property damage or any other loss, claim or damage related to or line. They are not under the control of GN. Cancellation penalties may differ from the arising out of, in whole or in part, the acts or omissions of any direct air carrier, cruise cruise program related penalties. Oceania Cruises may modify the cruise itinerary up line, hotel, ground operator, or other person not its direct employee or not under its to and during the voyage. exclusive control supplying any services or providing any goods offered or included. GN and the sponsoring association are not responsible for personal injury, property NOTICES: Any complaints or claims against GN must be made in writing and damage or any other loss, claim or damage arising out of, either in whole or in received by GN within 90 days after scheduled termination of the trip. Any action or part, acts of God, weather, labor strife, government actions, mechanical breakdowns, suit against GN must be commenced within 1 (one) year after scheduled termination of war-like acts, terroristic activities or other causes reasonably beyond the respective control the trip or be forever barred. of GN and the sponsoring association. GN and the sponsoring association are not The rights and remedies relating to cancellations and major changes prior to responsible for incidental or consequential losses or damages. departure, made available under this agreement are in addition to any other rights or Neither GN nor Oceania Cruises nor the sponsoring association are responsible remedies available under applicable law. However, we offer any refunds under this for any penalty, loss or inconvenience resulting from air or land arrangements made agreement with the express understanding that the receipt of that refund by you waives independently by travelers, including non-refundable conditions, restricted travel or all other remedies. frequent flyer tickets. INSURANCE: Travel insurance is available and may cover you against PAYMENT: A deposit in the amount shown on the reservation form and a signed unforeseen covered reasons. See panel above for details. agreement for each person is required to secure reservations. Final payment is due as shown on the reservation form. If the cruise or flight is fully booked, your payment INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS ONLY: International travel involves stringent will be returned or, with your authorization, your name placed on a waiting list. ALL identification and documentation requirements. Be sure you are familiar with them CHECKS AND MONEY ORDERS ARE TO BE MADE PAYABLE AS INDICATED ON THE sufficiently in advance and early in your planning. RESERVATION FORM. CONFIRMATION IS SUBJECT TO RECEIPT BY GN OF DEPOSIT ADVISORY: When you are traveling outside of the United States, please be aware AND A SIGNED AGREEMENT. that significantly different health, safety and legal standards may prevail. You should PRICES: GN RESERVES THE RIGHT TO INCREASE PRICES IN THE EVENT OF plan and act accordingly and exercise good personal judgment for your own health and ANY INCREASED SECURITY OR FUEL RELATED SURCHARGES, OR FARE INCREASES safety at all times when abroad. If you have special medical or physical requirements, IMPOSED BY THE AIRLINE OR CRUISE LINE THAT MAY BE IN PLACE AT THE TIME you should investigate your destination(s) beforehand and ensure the care and OF TICKETING OR TRAVEL, FOREIGN OR DOMESTIC TAX INCREASES, OR ADVERSE conditions you need will be available. CURRENCY EXCHANGE FLUCTUATIONS, AFTER JANUARY 01, 2010. GN RESERVES THE RIGHT, IF NECESSARY OR ADVISABLE, TO SUBSTITUTE HOTELS BUT IS NOT IF YOU CHANGE PLANS OR CANCEL, YOUR RIGHTS TO A REFUND ARE LIMITED: OBLIGED TO DO SO. The following charges will be assessed for cancellations. The price is based on tariffs in effect for estimated 2011 prices as of January 01, If you cancel or change plans more than 100 days in advance of initial flight, a 2010. Prices increase every year, and it is therefore possible that increases could occur full refund less a $100 administrative fee plus any applicable pre- and/or post-cruise after the printing of this brochure and in advance of your departure. program cancellation fees, is provided. Any refunds are provided only in accordance BAGGAGE: GN CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR LUGGAGE LOST OR with the following schedule. Any requests for cancellation must be communicated to GN DAMAGED. YOU SHOULD GIVE IMMEDIATE NOTICE OF ANY LOST OR DAMAGED in writing. Applicable refunds, if any, will be made within 14 days after the cancellation. LUGGAGE TO THE INVOLVED AIR CARRIER, HOTEL, CRUISE LINE AND TO YOUR OWN CANCELLATIONS: Upon receipt of written cancellation from you, the following INSURANCE COMPANY. fees will apply: AIRCRAFT AND CRUISE LINE BOARDING: GN CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE Cruise Program cancellations received 101 days or more before initial flight FOR AIRLINE OR CRUISE LINE DELAYS. departure, $100 per person; 100-61 days prior to departure, 25% of total fare; 60-31 Aircraft and cruise line boarding privileges are limited to persons whose full payment days prior to departure, 50% of total fare; 30-16 days prior to departure, 75% of total and signed agreement have been received by GN and whose names are on the manifest given to the carrier before departure. All persons must also present a passport with at fare; 15-0 days prior to departure, 100% of total fare. least six months validity when boarding. Improper documentation, inadequate proof of HEALTH: Any physical or mental condition requiring special medical attention or identity, inadequate proof of age for children under 2, or any other reason may result in equipment must be disclosed in writing to GN at the time the participant makes a denial of boarding privileges. The air carrier and cruise line reserve the right to decline, reservation. GN may reject the reservation of any person who, in the opinion of GN accept or retain any person on the flight or cruise at any time within their sole discretion. is unfit for travel or might be a danger to themselves or incompatible with others on If you are denied boarding privileges, you forfeit all monies paid and will be assessed the trip. Participants requiring special assistance, including without limitation those any non-recoverable costs. who permanently or periodically use a wheelchair, must be accompanied by someone VISAS: A visa may be required. Information regarding visa applications and fees will who agrees to provide the required assistance. GN reserves the right to terminate the be provided after your reservation has been confirmed. participation of any participant whose conduct or condition materially inconveniences OCEANIA CRUISES’ TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Discounts are per stateroom/suite other participants. based on double occupancy. Fares listed are cruise only in U.S. dollars, per person, THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS OF ANY KIND (INCLUDING MEDICAL EXCEPTIONS) based on double occupancy. Cruise Ship Fuel Surcharge may apply. All fares and TO THESE POLICIES. No refunds will be made for any portion of the arrangements we offers are subject to availability, may not be combinable with other offers, are capacity have made for you that are not actually utilized by you. There is no variance from these controlled and may be withdrawn at any time without prior notice. 2-for-1 fares are policies for the services we arrange as described in this brochure. based on published Full Brochure Fares; all fares are cruise only, and do not include Prepaid Charges, Optional Facilities and Services Fees, and personal charges, as defined California Seller of Travel Registration No. 2077280-40, Washington Seller of Travel in the Terms and Conditions of the Guest Ticket Contract which may be obtained from GN. Registration No. 602-900-725, Iowa Seller of Travel Registration No. 477 Reserve Your Passage To Panama Cruise Today 8000 West 78th Street, Suite 345 Minneapolis, MN 55439-2538 April 26 - May 12, 2011 952-918-8950 • 800-842-9023 ❐ CRUISE PROGRAM WITH AIRFARE ❐ CRUISE PROGRAM ONLY Please indicate preferred departure city: _____________________________________ Stateroom/Suite category requested: 1st choice ________ 2nd choice ________ Bed request: ❐ Twin (2 beds) ❐ Queen Single and Triple accommodations are an additional cost and subject to availability. Request: ❐ Single ❐ Triple Name __________________________________________________________________________________________ (as it appears on your passport: last, first, middle) Title Birth Date (mm/dd/yy) Preferred name on name badge _________________________________________________ ❐ Male ❐ Female Name __________________________________________________________________________________________ (as it appears on your passport: last, first, middle) Title Birth Date (mm/dd/yy) Preferred name on name badge _________________________________________________ ❐ Male ❐ Female E-mail Address __________________________________________________________________________________ Home Address __________________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________________________________________________________________________ State ZIP Home Phone Cell Phone Roommate (if different than above) Adjacency Request ______________________________________________________________________________ A deposit of $850 per person is due with your reservation application. Make your check payable to . Full payment is required 100 days prior to group departure. Any reservations received within 100 days of group departure are subject to availability and must be accompanied with full payment. Please reserve _______ space(s) and enclosed is my/our deposit for $ __________________. Deposits may also be made by credit card; however, ❐ Visa ❐ MasterCard Card No. _______________________________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Name as it appears on credit card __________________________________________________________________________________ INCLUDING PARENT/GUARDIAN FOR MINOR CHILDREN: I/We have read, received a copy of, understand and accept the terms and conditions stated in the Operator/Participant Agreement. __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Making a deposit or acceptance or use of any vouchers, tickets, goods, or services shall be deemed consent to and acceptance of the terms and conditions stated in the applicable Operator/Participant Agreement including limitations on responsibility and liability. ❐ ❐ Please select the appropriate premium amount based upon the total per person cost of travel services purchased from Go Next. ❐ $2,501 - $3,000 = $229 ❐ $4,501 - $5,000 = $359 ❐ $6,501 - $7,000 = $499 ❐ $8,501 - $ 9,000 = $659 ❐ $3,001 - $3,500 = $259 ❐ $5,001 - $5,500 = $399 ❐ $7,001 - $7,500 = $539 ❐ $9,001 - $ 9,500 = $699 ❐ $3,501 - $4,000 = $289 ❐ $5,501 - $6,000 = $439 ❐ $7,501 - $8,000 = $579 ❐ $9,501 - $10,000 = $739 ❐ $4,001 - $4,500 = $329 ❐ $6,001 - $6,500 = $459 ❐ $8,001 - $8,500 = $619 Encounter a new world, on The Ambiance soft textures, luxurious furnishings, and The moment you step onboard you’ll feel it, Prestige Tranquility BedsSM, considered by an immediate sense of calm and comfort. many to be “a slice of heaven.” A vast majority Feel warmly welcomed by an ambiance of of the staterooms and suites on Regatta effortless elegance, casual days at sea and feature teak verandas, a private haven where impeccable attention to detail. For the you can relax with a flute of champagne or 684 passengers who board Oceania Cruises’ watch the sun set over the sea. Regatta 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 Regatta 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 Terrace Café, variety is part Even the most minute aspect of your voyage of the fun. Other dinner options include has been carefully considered. With the steak and seafood at the Polo Grill and perfect ratio of staff to guests, you’ll find regional Italian cuisine at Toscana. Options all your needs and whims catered to. The for lunch include the Grand Dining Room, international staff is schooled in the art of the poolside grill at Waves, or a full buffet fine service, with their core principle being at the Terrace Café. In addition to the the desire to please. The exceptional service restaurants, Regatta 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 with opportunities to • FREE AIRFARE from select cities travel 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 balance between seeing and just with every need being in new and exotic places. • Exceptional value • Exclusive program, not offered to the general public nboard 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 • Four open-seating gourmet restaurants insights and expertise on the endless with cuisine inspired by Jacques Pépin; treasures waiting ashore. all for no additional charge. Each day on Regatta will inspire you to try • Resort casual attire – no formal nights. something new. Relax in a private cabana, • 93% ocean view staterooms and suites, enjoy a refreshing dip in the heated pool, 74% of those with private verandas. or take a brisk walk around the oval track. • Enrichment programs including Stop in the rejuvenating Canyon Ranch seminars led by naturalists, historians SpaClub®, join a Team Trivia game, or and local experts. settle into an armchair with a book in the • Critically acclaimed headline entertainers. English-style library. Nightfall brings with • Large heated pool and three whirlpool spas. it a variety of entertainment; enjoy the soft • State-of-the-art fitness center. jazz styling of Horizons, listen to a classic • Unlimited complimentary soft drinks and string quartet under the stars, dance to the bottled water. inspired sounds of a 12-piece orchestra, or try your luck at the ship’s casino. Every All Oceania Cruises’ staterooms feature exclusive night brings a new critically acclaimed Prestige Tranquility BedsSM (two lower twin beds headliner and a great show in the ship’s convertible to queen), 24-hour room service, lounge. There’s always something to do, twice-daily maid service, plush cotton towels, thick cotton robes and slippers, flat-screen television, and if you desire, nothing to do but relax DVD player, direct dial satellite telephone, wireless and breathe in the ocean air. internet access, writing desk, security safe, 110/220 volt outlets and hair dryer. Suites feature these amenities and much more. Cruise Program Includes • FREE ROUND-TRIP AIRFARE FROM • Private Welcome Reception SELECT OCEANIA CRUISES CITIES • Complimentary bottle of wine • 16 nights’ accommodations and cruising • Attentive service from an experienced onboard Regatta to historic and scenic Go Next program manager ports of call • Comprehensive pre-departure information • All meals, entertainment and use of • All surcharges, airline fees and government taxes facilities onboard the ship Itinerary APR 26 Tuesday Arrive in Miami, Florida, and transfer to Regatta. DATE DAY PORT ARRIVE DEPART APR 26 Tuesday Miami, Florida Embark 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. APR 27 Wednesday Key West, Florida 7:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. APR 28 Thursday Cruising the Straits of Florida — — APR 29 Friday Cruising the Caribbean Sea — APR 30 Saturday Cartagena, Colombia 8:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m. MAY 01 Sunday Panama Canal Passage — — MAY 02 Monday Cruising the Pacific Ocean — — MAY 03 Tuesday Puntarenas, Costa Rica 8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. MAY 04 Wednesday Cruising the Pacific Ocean — — MAY 05 Thursday Puerto Chiapas, Mexico 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. MAY 06 Friday Huatulco, Mexico 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. MAY 07 Saturday Acapulco, Mexico 9:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. MAY 08 Sunday Cruising the Pacific Ocean — — MAY 09 Monday Cabo San Lucas, Mexico 12:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. MAY 10 Tuesday Cruising the Pacific Ocean — — MAY 11 Wednesday Cruising the Pacific Ocean — — MAY 12 Thursday San Francisco, California Disembark 8:00 a.m. After disembarking, transfer to the airport for your return home. 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. To San Francisco This map represents approximate locations. FREE AIRFARE Cruise Program Pricing 2-FOR-1 REGULAR SPECIAL REDUCED PRICE ALUMNI PRICE* CATEGORY/DESCRIPTION (PER PERSON) (PER PERSON) G Inside Stateroom - Decks 4, 6 & 7 $8,598 $3,299 F Inside Stateroom - Decks 7 & 8 $8,998 $3,499 Features a comfortable seating area and plenty of storage space. Category G has very limited availability. E Ocean View - Deck 6 $9,398 $3,699 Features a comfortable seating area and window with obstructed view. D Ocean View - Deck 3 $9,798 $3,899 Features a spacious seating area, breakfast table and classic porthole. C2 Deluxe Ocean View - Deck 4 $10,598 $4,299 C1 Deluxe Ocean View - Decks 4, 6 & 7 $10,998 $4,499 Features a spacious seating area, breakfast table and full-size window. B2 Veranda - Deck 6 $12,198 $5,099 B1 Veranda - Deck 6 $12,598 $5,299 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 $12,998 $5,499 A2 Concierge Level Veranda - Decks 7 & 8 $13,398 $5,699 A1 Concierge Level Veranda - Decks 7 & 8 $13,798 $5,899 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 $15,798 $6,899 PH2 Penthouse Suite - Deck 8 $16,198 $7,099 Features a spacious living area, private en-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/suite locations and prices are subject to availability. Additional categories may be available. *The Special Reduced Alumni Price shown above reflects the $2,000 per stateroom Early Booking Price Reduction when booked by July 30, 2010. Prices are per person, double occupancy. Advertised prices include all surcharges, airline fees and government taxes. Round-trip airport transfers of $130 per person are additional. Oceania Cruises’ FREE AIRFARE cities are Atlanta, Birmingham, Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denver, Des Moines, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Memphis, Miami, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York (JFK), Newark, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Richmond, San Diego, San Francisco, St. Louis, Tampa, Tulsa, 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 KEY WEST, FLORIDA Visit the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory, which houses an impressive collection of flowering plants, cascading waterfalls, and butterflies from around the world. Continue on to the Aquarium, Key West’s oldest attraction dating back to 1935 and home to hundreds of different species of local sea-life, including grouper, moray eels, barracuda, tarpon, sharks, and parrotfish. Don’t miss the 19th-century Hemingway Home and Museum, where the author wrote such famous works as For Whom the Bell Tolls. CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA Take a scenic drive through the residential area of Manga and admire the beautiful mansions built at the end of the 19th century. Explore the Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, a fort that was once the most important military structure built in Latin America. Enjoy a boat ride to the Isla del Rosario, 26 coral islands located off the coast of Isla Barú, and continue to the island of San Martín de Pajarales to visit the aquarium and see its spectacular show. Board the beautiful Spanish Galleon, a replica of a 17th-century sailing ship, for a cruise of the inner bay of Cartagena. PUNTARENAS, COSTA RICA Exploration of the country’s incredible natural wonders leads the day. Be awed by the spectacular rainforest canopy, whether you walk through it or ride an aerial tram. Discover breathtaking waterfalls, butterfly gardens, and a cloud forest. Watch for curious monkeys and brilliantly colored birds, or ride horseback through a rare, virgin tropical dry forest. Or enjoy a scenic drive to San Jose and see this charming city and its sights. PUERTO CHIAPAS, MEXICO Visit the Regional Museum of Anthropology and History of the Soconusco and admire pieces from the Pre-Classic Maya period. Journey into the Sierra Madre Mountains to discover one of the oldest coffee plantations in the region. HUATULCO, MEXICO Huatulco has one of the most important ecosystems in Mexico, with more than 36 beaches on nine bays. Surrounded by lush lowland jungle vegetation, the beaches are known for their blue-green waters, mild waves, white sands, and spectacular scuba diving and snorkeling. Find coral reefs with angelfish, sea snails, crabs, puffer fish, marlins, and turtles. ACAPULCO, MEXICO Savor the breathtaking views of Acapulco Bay from Fort San Diego or the Chapel of Peace. Swim or stroll along miles of magnificent beach. Don’t miss the cliff divers of La Quebrada and the old colonial quarter of town, or visit Taxco, renowned for its silver. CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO Revel in a scenic tour of this exotic desert landscape and enjoy fabulous views of the rugged coastline and cactus garden. Snorkel in a quiet cove, or go in search of migrating gray whales. Or visit the neighboring port of San Jose del Cabo for a taste of old Mexico. 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. PANAMA CANAL PASSAGE The eight-hour transit of the Panama Canal between the Atlantic and Pacific is a unique experience. Slowly cruise the 50-mile long passage through “the big ditch,” passing by lush tropical scenery, and witness the culmination of one of the largest and most difficult engineering projects ever undertaken. Over three decades, at a cost of more than $350 million and nearly 27,000 lives, the canal was finally completed in 1914.