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					                        Professional Education Society
                                                            Since 1980




                                   tahiti &
                                   the Society
                                   Islands
                                   with	Paul	Gauguin	Cruises
Book	nOW	for	best	
stateroom	selection!               7 night Cruise
limited	availability!              april 21 - 28, 2012

                                   The Professional Education
                                   Society invites you to a
                                   Joint Medical/Dental
                                   CME Travel Seminar with
                                   the Bora Bora Medical Center


                                   Health Perspectives of tahiti
                                   and the Society Islands

                                   15 credit hours • Tax Deductible
                                   Joint Medical/Dental CME Travel Seminar
                                   Friends and Family Invited to Join!




      Free air from los angeles • tahiti • Bora Bora • moorea • all-inclusive pricing
ThE Paul GauGuin
               experience
Your experience on the renowned, award-winning, 5-star-plus ship,
The	Gauguin	will be as carefree as possible. Your all-inclusive fare includes
everything from gratuities to beverages to water sports on the marina. In true
Polynesian fashion, you can expect gracious hospitality and exquisite attention to
detail. The Gauguin was designed specifically to enter into the intimate bays and
lagoons of French Polynesia and showcase the island’s spectacular beauty through
panoramic windows and all outside staterooms. Enjoy a taste of local culture
through fine cuisine, supervised by a two-star Michelin chef, and through authentic
Polynesian entertainment performed by the onboard troupe, the Gauguins.

The longest continually sailing luxury cruise ship in the South Pacific, the m/s Paul
Gauguin has become one of the most highly awarded ships at sea. This luxurious
yet casual, ultra-deluxe vessel will be your home for the week.

Inclusive	Highlights	and	Points	of	Distinction
• FREE Air from Los Angeles
• $200 shipboard credit per stateroom
• Seminars by foreign professionals and distinguished members
  of the Professional Education Society
• Professional Education Society private cocktail party
• Most luxurious ship to sail in Tahiti on a year-round basis, only 332 guests
• Crew to guest ratio of 1 crew member to every 1.5 passengers
• All onboard gratuities included
• Complimentary beverages including fine wines and premium spirits, soft drinks, bottled
  water, coffee and tea throughout the ship. Plus in-suite mini bar, replenished daily
• Two elegant restaurants and one pool-side grill, all with single open-seating dining
• Complimentary 24 hour room service menu
• Butler Service in category B or higher
• State-of-the-art retractable Watersports Marina— featuring complimentary snorkel
  gear, kayaks, windsurfing, water-skiing
• Complimentary use of the exclusive, private white sand beach in Bora Bora with
  bar service, volleyball, and great snorkeling
• Complimentary day on the private islet, Motu Mahana—off the coast of Taha’a
  featuring snorkeling, watersports, barbecue with full bar service, and Polynesian
  hospitality
• Full program of optional shore excursions and dive packages
• Onboard enrichment lecture program with renowned archeologist, Mr. Mark Eddowes
• Optional pre or post cruise Island stay hotel packages


                      Travel	aboard	the	m/s	Paul	Gauguin
                One	of	the	World’s	Top-Rated	luxury	Cruise	Ships
    “top 5 Small luxury Cruise Ship” Condé Nast Traveler, Reader’s Poll (2011)
“Best South Pacific Itinerary” Porthole, Readers’ Choice Awards (2010, 2007, 2006)
          “top luxury Cruise” “top romantic Ship” “Best for Couples”
         “Best for a Second Honeymoon” Cruise Critic, Editor’s Pick (2008)
                 ItInerary One week itinerary, perfect for your busy schedule




tahiti &
the Society
Islands
with	Paul	Gauguin	Cruises
7 night Cruise • april 21 - 28, 2012

DATE	         PORT	                   ARRIVE	       DEPART
April 21      Papeete, Tahiti                       10 pm
April 22      Raiatea                 11 am         6 pm
April 23      Taha’a (Motu Mahana)    9 am          5 pm
April 24      Bora Bora               8 am          overnight
April 25      Bora Bora                             6 pm
April 26      Moorea                  8 am          overnight
April 27      Moorea                                5 pm
              Papeete                 7:30 pm       overnight
April 28      Papeete                               10 am




This 7-night itinerary                Port	Highlights:
is perfect for those who              Raiatea - Also known as Sacred               Bora	Bora - Graced with crystalline aqua
want a core Polynesian                Hava’i, Raiatea is home to one of            lagoons, idyllic white-sand beaches, jagged
                                      the most venerated temples in all of         volcanic peaks, Bora Bora appears like a
experience. The Society               Polynesia, the Marae Taputapuatea.           postcard as you arrive. Circle the island
Islands are what your                 Let the spray of waterfalls cool your        by wave runner or jet boat, traverse the
                                      cheeks on a hike through the island’s        interior by off-road safari, dive beneath the
daydreams are made of:                interior, explore untouched forests of       surface for a chance to swim with reef fish,
crystal-clear waters, pristine        bamboo and balsawood, and snorkel            moray eels, and lemon sharks, or relax on
                                      among beds of rare pearl oysters on          the exclusive, private beach on a motu
beaches, and lush mountains           the island’s beautiful reef.                 just off the island.
that leap almost vertically
                                      Taha’a	(Motu	Mahana)	- An                    Moorea - Rugged peaks, volcanic craters,
from turquoise lagoons.               uninhabited islet off the coast of           and lush interiors thick with tropical fruit,
                                      Taha’a, Motu Mahana is Paul Gauguin’s        fragrant flowers, and forests of gigantic
                                      exclusive private retreat. Here you are      mape, or chestnut trees, make Moorea’s
                                      free to do as you please — relax in          mountain scenery nothing short of
                                      shade of palm trees on the white sand        spectacular. Take an off-road safari, and
                                      beach, unwind to the songs of the            underwater walk, an ATV tour, a ride on a
                                      Gauguines, or snorkel the motu’s tur-        Catajet – the opportunities for exploration
                                      quoise lagoons, working up an appetite       are endless. Or if the mood suits, kick back
                                      for a delectable al fresco barbecue feast.   and enjoy the jaw-dropping scenery.


                                                     There’s	a	reason	these	islands	are	world-renowned	—	
                                                                   their	beauty	is	unmatched.


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Stateroom and SuIte detaIlS

All oceanview staterooms and                                                                  Owners	Suite	-	OS																					
suites – nearly 70% with private
                                                                                              Deck	7		
verandas – feature queen-size bed
                                                                                              Suite: 457 - 531 sq. ft.
(a limited number can have a twin-bed
                                                                                              Veranda: 57 - 77 sq. ft.
configuration), bathroom with full size
bathtub and shower, bathrobes,
slippers, hair dryer, flat screen TV,
CD/DVD player, safe, and a refrigerator
replenished daily with soft drinks, beer,
and bottled water. Categories B and
above include a butler.




Grand	Suite	-	GS																            Veranda	Suite	-	A																											 Veranda	Stateroom	-	B																																		
Deck	8		                                    Deck	7			             	                           Decks	7,	8	         		         	
Suite: 332 sq. ft.                          Suite: 296 – 300 sq. ft.                          Stateroom: 249 – 256 sq. ft.
Veranda: 197 sq. ft.                        Veranda: 53 – 58 sq. ft.                          Veranda: 47 – 56 sq. ft.


                                                                             Cruise	Fares	(per	person)
                                                CATEGORy		            PuBlISHED	RATE		            PES	RATE**		           SInGlE	RATE

                                                OS		                  $20,495	                    $9,367	                $17,285
                                                GS										          $19,695	                    $9,007	                $16,565
                                                A		                   $15,795	                    $7,252	                $13,055
                                                B	                    $13,395	                    $6,172	                $10,895
Balcony	Stateroom	-	C,D																         C		                   $11,495	                    $5,317	                $9,185
Decks	6,	7
Stateroom: 202 sq. ft.                          D		                   $11,195	                    $5,182	                $8,915
Veranda: 37 sq. ft.                             E	                    $9,295	                     $4,327	                $5,583
                                                F	                    $8,795	                     $4,102	                $5,358

                                                               **Special group rate for the Professional Education Society
                                               Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and include FREE roundtrip
                                               economy class airfare from Los Angeles to Tahiti. Air credit of $1,450 for cruise
                                               only. Government fees, port, handling, and security charges are $14 per person.
                                               Pre-cruise flight arrangements include a April 20 overnight flight from Los Angeles
                                               to Papeete with a hotel day-room use upon arrival and afternoon transfer to the ship.
                                               Post-cruise flight arrangements include a city tour, hotel day-room use and transfer
                                               to the airport for an overnight flight with arrival back in Los Angeles on April 29.
Window	Stateroom	-	E Deck	4                    Air deviations can be requested. There is a $100 per person charge along with any
Picture window                                 fare difference that may apply. Transfers and hotel day-room use are not valid on
Stateroom: 200 sq. ft.                         the dates deviated.

Porthole	Stateroom	-	F Deck	3                  Save an additional 5% off the applicable cruise fare paid for Paul Gauguin Society
2 portholes instead of window                  members. Membership is open to past guests of Paul Gauguin Cruises, Regent
Stateroom: 200 sq. ft.                         Seven Seas Cruises, Silversea Cruises, Seabourn Cruise Line, Crystal Cruises, Oceania
                                               Cruises, SeaDream Yacht Club, and Windstar Cruises.



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ContInuIng eduCatIon reCognItIon awardS
the Professional education Society         Physicians: This program has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 15 prescribed hours
Seminar fee is $495 for each               by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
physician, dentist, nurse or health
related professional and $295 for          Dentists: The Professional Education Society, as provider, is authorized to confer up to 15 hours
each non-professional or family            of California Continuing Education credit units and 15 FAGD/MAGD credit hours with the
member attending the seminars.             Academy of General Dentistry. The Professional Education Society is an ADA CERP Recognized
                                           Provider.
Seminars will be held in Raiatea,
Bora Bora and Moorea.                      ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in
                                           identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve
                                           or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours
                                           by boards of dentistry. Professional Education Society designates this activity for 15 continuing
                                           education credits.


                                           nurses:	 The provider is approved by the California Board of Registered Nurses, Provider
                                           Number CEP 5428 and is authorized to confer 15 contact hours for this program. Although
                                           the California Board of Registered Nurses does not approve individual continuing education
                                           courses, providers are required by law to be approved by the Board. Reciprocity for continuing
                                           education hours for nurses is available in most states. Please check with your regulation board
                                           regarding requirements.

Tax	Deduction
This travel seminar in French Polynesia has been designed to comply with current IRS convention rules and deductibility requirements
under Code Section 274(h)(1) as directly related to the conduct of the attendee’s profession and meeting the reasonableness standard of
the foreign seminar rules. The formal meetings will be scheduled with lectures and discussions. Seminars in conference rooms, clinics or
hospitals will be conducted by foreign speakers as well as distinguished members of the Professional Education Society.

Documentation verifying the scheduling dates, locations, hours of attendance, certificate of participation, and appropriate
certificate of continuing medical, dental or nursing education will be provided at the completion of the conference.
Consult your tax advisor for detailed information concerning deductibility of expenses related to your particular situation.




Terms	and	Conditions	                      third Berth: A limited number                 Registration	
                                           of suites are available and
Passports are required for travel.         designated for triple occupancy.
                                           Third passenger sails free, however,          Book early to ensure your preferred
Book early to ensure your                  the FREE air from Los Angeles                 choice of stateroom or suite!
preferred choice of stateroom              promotion does not apply.
or suite!                                                                                For	Travel	Information,	contact:
                                           not Included: Any increases in air
deposits: A deposit of 20%                 and airport taxes and security or fuel        toll Free: 1-877-737-7005
is required at time of booking.            surcharges, travel insurance and all          Fax: 303-679-7384
Seminar deposit is $200 per person.        items of a strictly personal nature.          email: pes@globaltracks.com
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Final Payment: Final payment               Cruise Cancellation: All cancellations
is due by by January 13, 2012.             must be made in writing to the                For	Seminar	Information,	contact:
                                           Professional Education Society and
trip cancellation insurance is highly      are subject to a $200 per person
                                                                                         Carey Kopetas
recommended; information will be           cancellation fee.                             1-877-737-7005 ext. 103
sent with your deposit confirmation.       Additional Paul Gauguin Cruises per           email: carey@globaltracks.com
                                           person cancellation charges policy:
Single travelers: Single occupancy         From time of deposit to Dec. 22,              Volunteer Speaking
is available on a limited basis and,       2011: $100 per person; From Dec.              opportunities available!
subject to availability at the time        23, 2011 to Jan. 21, 2012: 10% of
of reservation. Single fares are           fare; From Jan. 22, 2012 to Feb. 20,          Global Tracks is the official travel agent for PES
capacity controlled and may                2012: 20% of fare; From Feb. 21,
be withdrawn at any time.                  2012 to March 21, 2012: 50% of
                                           fare; After March 22, 2012: 100%
                                           of fare.                                                Professional Education Society
                                                                                                                                              Since 1980
  FREE air from los angeles • Tahiti • Bora Bora • Moorea • all-inclusive pricing



 tahiti &                                              7 night Cruise • april 21 - 28, 2012

 the Society                                           15 credit hours • Tax Deductible Benefits


 Islands
                                                       Joint Medical/Dental Seminars


 with	Paul	Gauguin	Cruises                  Health Perspectives of tahiti and the Society Islands

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