Celebrating 30 years of bringing you the world
In Celebration of
Manotick Travel & Cruise Centre's 30th Anniversary
Leslie & Rick Coates Present
Euphoria 12th Founders' Cruisetour
October 25 – November 09, 2010
Featuring the Gems of the Mediterranean – visiting
Greece, Turkey, Tunisia, Malta,
Italy, Monaco, France & Spain
Join Leslie & Rick Coates
Prices are expected to
increase in the New Founders of Manotick Travel & Cruise Centre &
Winners of the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce
Year! These prices are "Professional Services of the Year" Gold Award
more than 50% off and Join us as we explore some of the oldest and most fascinating
ports in the Mediterranean. This unusual itinerary on one of the
best ships at sea, will fill you with a sense of wonder. You will
include free economy
marvel at the history and culture of 8 countries and enrich your
treasure trove of memories.
air from selected cities.
This euphoric odyssey is framed with travel aboard the 6-star
Special business class Seven Seas Voyager, flagship of Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
This unique ship boasts all-suites, all-balconies
accommodation and her suites are the largest “lead-in” suites in
rates are also available.
the industry. Zagat Survey rates Regent Seven Seas “Top Overall
Mid-Sized Cruise Line for 2009”.
A voyage with Regent provides an unparalleled combination of service,
luxury amenities and special activities, on board and ashore.
* FREE Economy Class Air from Toronto * Butler service in Category C suites and * Among the highest space-per-guest ratios
(ask about other cities) above beginning in 2010 at sea
* FREE Business Class Air in category C * In-suite bar set up upon embarkation * Limited to 700 guests - no lines, no crowds
suites and above on all butler suites and
* FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions SoundDock® for iPod®
* Shipboard gratuities * Fitness programs in the Canyon Ranch All-Suite Accommodations:
* Complimentary beverages, including fine SpaClub * Award-winning accommodations (Condé
wines and premium spirits, beer, soft * Onboard activities including expert guest Nast Traveler, Travel & Leisure)
drinks, bottled water, coffee and tea lectures, theatre performance and daytime * Among the largest suites at sea ranging
served throughout the ship entertainment from 356 – 1403 sq. ft.
* All governmental fees and taxes * Regent bathroom amenities & slippers * World’s only all-balcony, all-suite vessel
* Embarkation at noon and lunch onboard * Finest European robes, linens, and bedding
the first day of the cruise * Upgraded decor, mattresses, down duvets
* Welcome bottle of Regent champagne
and fresh fruit in your suite
Personalized Services & Experiences: * Marble appointed bathrooms with double
* Intuitively pampering yet unobtrusive sinks, separate tub and shower, luxurious
* In-suite refrigerator stocked with soft
drinks, beer and bottled water,
* Regent Choice Excursions that offer more * Generous walk-in closets with private safe
replenished twice daily
in-depth authentic experience ashore
* All fine dining options, including
* A dedicated Destination Services team that
Signatures by Le Cordon Bleu®,
contemporary steakhouse Prime 7, and
can provide customized experiences ashore Advanced Technology:
* Among the highest service ratios in the * Wireless Internet access in public areas and
in-suite dining, served course-by-course
cruise industry - 1:1.6 crew to guest ratio in suites
during restaurant hours
* Internet Café with email and Internet access
* New evening dress code - Elegant Casual
* Flat screen TVs with interactive features and
(no formal nights) for ultimate relaxation Unmatched Spaciousness: wide selection of complimentary movies on
* Single open-seating dining in all * Intimate ship setting offering custom demand
* 24-hour room service
Signatures by Le Cordon Bleu®
Day 1 – Mon., Oct. 25 Day 3– Wed., Oct. 27 Day 5 – Fri., Oct. 29
Departure Athens, Greece Monemvasia, Greece
Your vacation begins with your Morning free to enjoy the sights of Known by the Franks as Malvasia,
connections to the ancient city of Athens, the Parthenon and its new Monemvasia is a well-known medieval
Athens, Greece! exciting museum or relax by the hotel fortress with an adjacent town, located
pool. Afternoon transfer to Seven Seas on a small peninsula off the east coast
Day 2– Tues., Oct. 26 Voyager. Evening sail for Turkey. of the Peloponnese. The peninsula is
Athens, Greece linked to the mainland by a short
Mid day arrival. Check into the Day 4– Thur., Oct. 28 causeway 200m in length. The ruins
Athenaeum InterContinental Hotel. Kusadasi, Turkey include the defensive structures and
Contemporary grandeur in the Ancient Originally a minor port, Kusadasi now many Byzantine churches. Many of the
Capital. No wonder the Athenaeum serves as the gateway to Ephesus, one streets are narrow and fit only for
InterContinental has been named of the ancient world's largest and most pedestrians. Monemvasia's nickname
Greece's leading hotel time and again. important archaeological and religious is the Gibraltar of the East or The Rock.
Athens' largest guestrooms, award- sites. Just a half hour drive from the The rock is 300 m tall and 1.8 km long.
winning fine dining venues and a central port, Ephesus is where Christian
location appeal to business and leisure preachers, including St. Paul and St. Day 6 – Sat., Oct. 30
travellers alike. Within a few kilometres John, often visited. St. John addresses At Sea
are the Acropolis, the Parthenon, the this city in his Book of Revelation and A well-earned day to relax by the pool,
Temple of Apollo and the Pláka. Metro preached in the Theater of Ephesus. enjoy the spa or take in a show. Voyager
and tram stations are also nearby. The Even one of the Seven Wonders of the offers a myriad of activities for your
hotel offers a complimentary shuttle Ancient World, the Temple of Artemis, is pleasure.
service to the downtown central square. located here.
Evening of casual fun and dinner in the
world famous Pláka area.
Day 7 – Sun., Oct. 31 gold-colored building material common people and the entire region is filled with
La Goulette, Tunisia to the archipelago. But Malta isn't just a history and culture so deep that it can
Touch the continent of Africa and travel old, it is mythical with its narrow be traced back to the 11th century BC.
across millennia as you visit the ruins of cobblestone streets, crowded with Overlooking the bay of Naples, the town
ancient Carthage and Tunis's opulent, Norman cathedrals and baroque is one of the most popular destinations
historic medina with its winding alleys palaces. of the entire region. From here visit
and souks. Visit the superb Bardo Pompeii, Capri, Positano and Amalfi.
Museum with its spectacular Roman Day 9 – Tues., Nov. 2 The possibilities are endless.
mosaics or the lovely whitewashed Trapani, Sicily, Italy
village of Sidi Bou Saïd perched on a cliff Located on the western coast of Sicily, Day 11 – Thur., Nov. 4
above the sea, a charming spot of Trapani is a fishing and ferry port with a Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
c o b b l e d s t r e e t s , f l o w e r- f i l l e d long history. Nowadays the town is The Eternal City & the Vatican can never
courtyards and ornate window grills renowned for its fine seafood and be visited too often. Regent offers an
painted deep blue. Sicilian cuisine, and makes a good base abundance of excursion options to awe
for people exploring this part of the and amaze you.
Day 8 – Mon., Nov. 1 island.
Valletta, Malta Day 12– Fri., Nov. 5
The Valletta peninsula, which is fed by Day 10 – Wed., Nov. 3 Livorno (Florence/Pisa), Italy
the two natural harbors of Marsamxett Sorrento, Italy Livorno, located in the center of
and the Grand Harbour, is Malta's major Sorrento is surely one of the world's Tuscany, is the gateway to Florence.
port. The capital of Malta, the entire city most beautiful towns, built on a coast This was the birthplace of the Italian
was inscribed as a UNESCO World with breathtaking views and language and the inspirational
Heritage Site in 1980. The island's landscapes. Yet it is far from a frivolous Renaissance movement. From the 13th
sandstone formation furnishes the vacation destination. The houses, to 16th centuries, this era of creative
freedom encouraged artists, scientists, Day 14 – Sun., Nov. 7 Barcelona in the cost of the trip. Day
writers and architects to create some of Marseille, France free to explore the city followed by a
the world's most noted masterpieces. This bustling port is the gateway to special farewell dinner. Ask about
Florence is also renowned for its great Provence and all its sensuous offerings optional extensions for fur ther
shopping. Or take in a visit to one of the of some of the finest gastronomy in the enjoyment of Barcelona.
many area wineries or enjoy the day in world. Yours to discover today.
Siena or Lucca for a change of pace. Day 16 – Tues., Nov. 9
Day 15 – Mon., Nov. 8 Homeward Bound
Day 13 – Sat., Nov. 6 Barcelona, Spain Transfer to the airport for your flights
Monte Carlo, Monaco One of Europe's most visually stunning home. Thank you for joining us on this
Our beautiful flagship Voyager Seven cities, Barcelona balances the medieval magical journey.
Seas was named here and thus shares a intimacy of its Gothic Quarter with the
special bond with the principality. Visit grace and distinction of the wide
some of the jewels of the Cote d'Azur boulevards.
such as Eze, Nice and Cannes today. Our cruise ends here but it would be
The ship stays late in port tonight to get such a shame to head to the airport
full enjoyment out of this playground of without enjoying this gorgeous city so
the rich and famous. we have included one night's stay in
Voyager, in Monte Carlo Harbour
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
Group Minimum: 10 guests. See
Pricing in US Dollars, Per Person,
Not included: www.rssc.com or Regent’s 2010 brochure for
- Add-on economy flights from Ottawa - full terms and conditions.
Double Occupancy, Deluxe $299.00 (ask about other cities) Itinerary is subject to change without notice
Balcony Suite, Category G - Special Business Class value air fare on and we reserve the right to substitute similarly
trans-Atlantic flights - $1998.00 round trip
$9890.00 (included with the purchase of Category B
(ask about rates for higher suite categories) Services of hosts may be withdrawn or
suites or higher) substituted if warranted by unforeseen
- Meals and sightseeing other than those circumstances and will not be considered
Price includes: - Gratuities on land tours
reasons for cancellation.
- Economy air fare from Toronto Air flights may not be the same for all guests.
- RBC Travel Insurance
- 1 night’s 5* Athenaeum InterContinental
- Items of a personal nature such as
Hotel stay and dinner in Athens
internet, laundry, etc.
- Cruise including meals, beverages
(including select wines and spirits), For more information
Deposit required 25% plus insurance at time
gratuities please contact Leslie at
of booking (non refundable). Balance (non
- Complimentary cruise line shore excursions
- Government fees & taxes
refundable) payable 14 June 2010. (613) 720-4997
- Post-cruise transfers, 1 night’s 5* hotel and or by email at
Documentation required: Canadian passport
special farewell dinner in Barcelona
valid for at least 6 months beyond the end firstname.lastname@example.org
- Services of Leslie & Rick Coates as hosts
oft the trip.
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P.O. Box 610, Manotick, Ontario, Canada K4M 1A6
Tel: (613) 692-2521 • 1-800-267-5400
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Celebrating 30 years of bringing you the world
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