Australia New Zealand Cruise
- Start Date:
- Wednesday, 16 January, 2013
- End Date:
- Monday, 28 January, 2013 11:00am
- Dermatology, Pain Management, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, Family Practice, Multi, Physical Medicine
Australia New Zealand Cruise 12 Nights on the Celebrity Solstice January 16 - 28, 2013 Healthcare Perspectives from Down Under CE credits and tax deductible benefits for Physicians, Dentists, Nurses Certificates of Attendance will be provided for all other healthcare related professionals. Guarantee your Sky Suite ASAP – very limited availability! Call us toll free for more information! 1-877-737-7005 Uplifting your spirit in the land Down Under Sail out of Sydney harbor and let the adventures begin.
Enjoy a day in Melbourne to explore. Your next days will be discovering the Sounds and inlets of the New Zealand coastline with its impossibly beautiful scenery from rugged mountains, fjords and endless landscape of deserted beaches. Experience the ancient culture of the Maoris. Do not forget its fames vineyards and woolens as well. A panorama of views each day. Celebrity Solstice Modern luxury is the blend of cool, contemporary design with warm, inviting spaces.
The Solstice Class was recently named "Best Cruise Ships" by Frommer's 2011 About the Seminar Planned Topics ?Changing Demographics & Chronic Disease Patterns in the Pacific: Impact on Healthcare Practice ?From the Aborigines to the Maori: Healthcare Challenges in Indigenous Cultures ?Overview of New Zealand Healthcare System: New Approaches & New Challenges ?Factors Affecting Dental Healthcare Delivery & Outcomes In New Zealand ?From Treatment to Prevention: The Upside from Down Under Itinerary Day Port of Call Arrive Depart Jan 16 Sydney, Australia Docked Jan 17 Sydney, Australia 6:30 PM Jan 18 At Sea Jan 19 Melbourne, Australia 7:00 AM 7:00 PM Jan 20 At Sea Jan 21 At Sea Jan 22 Milford Sound, New Zealand Doubtful Sound Dusky Sound 9:00 AM 1:30 PM 4:30 PM 10:00 AM 2:30 PM 6:00 PM Jan 23 Dunedin, New Zealand 9:00 AM 6:00 PM Jan 24 Christchurch, New Zealand 8:00 AM 6:00 PM Jan 25 Wellington, New Zealand 8:00 AM 6:00 PM Jan 26 At Sea Jan 27 Tauranga, New Zealand 8:00 AM 6:00 PM Jan 28 Auckland, New Zealand 6:00 AM Port Highlights: Sydney Considered one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the Southern Hemisphere, Sydney offers just about anything-from beaches and wineries to stunning landmarks and world-class shopping.
Tour architectural marvels like the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbor Bridge, view life below the surface from Sydney Aquarium's underwater walkways, or take it all in from above on a tour of the Sydney Tower. Melbourne Europeans and Asians each have put their stamp on this amazing city and turned Melbourne into a cultural melting pot of Greek, Chinese, Italian, English and Irish, and host to major international events.
From the Old World architecture and a cricket field at the center of the city, to the abundance of Australia's unusual animals found at the Melbourne Zoo, this city never ceases to amaze. Milford Sound As we sail into the narrow fjords of the Milford Sound, even your massive ship seems to shrink in comparison to the towering cliffs topped by lush mountain terrain. Situated within Fiordland National Park, this natural wonder is part of the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage Site and is protected by its natural geography, which makes it a haven for all types of wildlife.
Dunedin Were it not for the absence of the Scottish brogue, you might think you'd landed in Edinburgh. Both the scenery and the architecture borrow heavily from Scotland. You can even shop for kilts or dig into a piece of fresh haggis. Dunedin is also home to New Zealand's only castle, a 15-year construction endeavor complete with the only staircase of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and magnificent woodwork.
Christchurch The moment you step onshore, you'll understand why locals long ago tabbed this the "Garden City." Lush gardens and parks punctuate well-spaced avenues and squares, all adorned with Victorian architecture. Of particular note is the 57-acre Christchurch Botanic Gardens, which features wide-open lawns, some of New Zealand's oldest trees, and a thriving population of ducks. At the center of town is Christchurch Cathedral, a stunning example of Gothic Revival architecture.
Wellington From the new to the old, Wellington offers a bit of everything. Locals are particularly proud of the National Museum of New Zealand- Te Papa Tongarewa. Loosely translated as "our place" from the native Maori tongue, the museum is one of the worlds largest and most progressive. A great way to explore the city is on the restored cable cars, which traverse the shopping district. And if you want to experience it all from above, take in the panoramic views from Mount Victoria.
Tauranga Known as the Bay of Plenty, Tauranga is located at the entrance to one of the largest natural harbors in New Zealand. You can take a ride on a bush jet boat, go white-water rafting on the Rangitaiki River, or dine on the freshest fish and chips you'll ever taste, served al fresco. If you're looking for a more exotic counter, travel to the Mount Mauganui Hot Salt Water Pools. Auckland Step ashore at this bustling harbor and into a surprisingly cosmopolitan environment.
And once you venture inland, even more surprises await, including a total of 48 dormant volcanoes, a lush, leafy urban cityscape filled with beautiful parks, and a number of renowned art galleries. Which stateroom is right for you? Do you want to be on one of the higher decks with a balcony, where you can sit and have breakfast? We recommend the Sky Suite or Aqua Class. Do you plan on spending as little time as possible in your stateroom? Perhaps one with a picture window is the right choice for you.
In other words, take your time, and make sure you pick the perfect stateroom for your needs. Stateroom and Penthouse Pricing: Sky Suite - S1 $3,459 per person, based on double occupancy Sky Suite - S2 $3,099 per person, based on double occupancy Aqua Class - A2 $2,069 per person, based on double occupancy Concierge Class - C2 $1,949 per person, based on double occupancy Deluxe Veranda Stateroom - 1B $1,829 per person, based on double occupancy Ocean View Stateroom - 08 $1,439 per person, based on double occupancy Inside Stateroom - 12 $1,119 per person, based on double occupancy Pricing for additional suites and other categories upon request and availability on ship! Fares are per person in U.S. dollars, double occupancy and do not include additional Taxes and Fees of $147.13 per person. 2-for-1 Cruise Fares – Your Companion Cruises FREE!!! Stateroom and Penthouse Pricing: Sky Suite - S1 $6,918 per suite Sky Suite - S2 $6,198 per suite Aqua Class - A2 $4,138 per stateroom Concierge Class - C2 $3,898 per stateroom Deluxe Veranda Stateroom - 1B $3,658 per stateroom Ocean View Stateroom - 08 $2,878 per stateroom Inside Stateroom - 12 $2,238 per stateroom Pricing for additional suites and other categories upon request and availability on ship! Fares are per person in U.S. dollars, double occupancy and do not include additional Taxes and Fees of $294.26 per person.
Celebrity Cruises reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement on all guests if the price of West Texas Intermediate fuel exceeds $65.00 per barrel. The fuel supplement for the 1st and 2nd guest would be no more than $10 per guest per day, to a maximum of $140 per cruise; and for additional guests would be no more than $5 per person per day, to a maximum of $70 per cruise.
Conference organized by Professional Education Society
About PES Our mission is to conduct customized medical/dental travel programs for physicians, dentists and nurses that include Continuing Education Credit (CEU) & Continuing Medical Education (CME). Our seminars are presented by highly qualified speakers and include visits to professional medical sites. We understand that medical professionals have discriminating tastes and that their time is extremely valuable. Professional Education Society (PES) has combined the best hands-on learning opportunities and cultural events in each destination. We pay attention to striking the optimal balance between what there is to discover and learn at each destination in conjunction with our medical/dental symposiums. Over the past 31 years our groups have traveled to 127 countries creating unique learning opportunities. Health professionals as well as non-professionals, family and friends have been traveling with PES since it began in 1980. All travel is coordinated by Global Tracks, a leader in the field of educational travel. What PES Programs Offer You: ?Highly qualified staff planning educational symposiums for the medical and dental community ?Years of experience organizing luxury travel to worldwide destinations ?Exceptional value due to our long standing relationships with the world's top cruise lines and ground suppliers ?Opportunities to network with colleagues and grow professionally ?Chance to learn about other specialty areas in the fields of medicine and dentistry ?Personalized service from your first contact for reservations to your tour director while traveling
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