PACIFIC COAST • SEPTEMBER 9th – 19th, 2011


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Cruise prices vary from $1,029 for an Interior Stateroom to $3,049 for a Celebrity Suite, per person. (Cruise pricing is subject to change.) For those attending our PROGRAM, there is a $1,095 fee. For detailed information and pictures about our ship and the cabins, please visit CABIN & SHIP INFO page. Government taxes, cruiseline fees, port charges, and an InSight Cruises fee totals $208 per person. Gratuities are $115 per person. All prices and fees are detailed on the BOOK NOW page.

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If you enjoy wine and like to learn about wine, its culture, and benefits, the Celebrity Millenium has a treat in store during MacMania 12. September is grape harvest season, so it’s a natural time for the Celebrity Life Savor series. A renowned guest wine maker will be aboard the Millennium during MacMania to help interested guests celebrate good wine. Among the Life Savor activities:

  • Develop your sampling technique with wine, champagne, sparkling wine and port tastings
  • Learn how food can impact the flavor of wine
  • Be amazed and taste how the shape of a wine glass affects flavors on the palate in Celebrity’s popular Riedel Wine Glass Comparative Workshop
  • Head into the wine country on an outing to a winery with a wine tasting and dinner
  • Fine tune your palate at a connoisseur Wine Dinner where French and California wines are paired to the best of the Pacific Coast

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VANCOUVER, BC — Friday, September 9

Every bit as cosmopolitan as Seattle, with a distinctive European flair, Vancouver is the Canadian jewel of Puget Sound. From the cobblestone streets of the Gastown district to Little Italy and Chinatown, Vancouver has something for everyone.

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NANAIMO, BC — Saturday, September 10

Nanaimo graces Vancouver Island and your vacation with pristine and peaceful beauty. Ferry across to Newcastle Provincial Marine Park for a relaxing day of wildlife watching. Or experience a diving adventure on the world's largest artificial reef, and find out why Jacques Cousteau named Vancouver Island’s waters the Emerald Sea.

»» Nanaimo Excursion Details »»

VICTORIA, BC — Sunday, September 11

The capital of British Columbia is also its largest island. This one-time British colony has retained much of its colonial splendor. Victoria is a seaside enclave that enjoys a temperate climate. Which is great, because you’ll want to explore all the museums, parks, and golf courses Victoria has to offer.

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SEATTLE, WA — Monday, September 12

The Emerald City combines spectacular natural beauty and cosmopolitan flair like few places can. An outdoor and coffee mecca, Seattle also offers up some of the best seafood anywhere along the Pacific Rim. Named after the great chief of the Suquamish Indians, Seattle enjoys a fusion of American, Asian and Native American cultures you won't likely find anywhere else.

»» Seattle Excursion Details »»

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Wednesday & Thursday, September 14 & 15

Much has been written about the Bay Area. From its seafood and sourdough breads to Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco is the ideal city for visitors. Trolleys and prominent landmarks make getting around this eclectic metropolis easy. One of the best views in town can be had from the Coit Tower, one of the most prominent landmarks in the city and a fine example of Art Deco architecture.

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MONTEREY, CA — Friday, September 16

This is one of the truly magical places in California. Aside from its magnificent golf courses and proximity to Fisherman’s Wharf and Big Sur, Monterey boasts an eclectic mix of shops, art galleries, and restaurants, not to mention one of the world’s premier aquariums.

»» Monterey Excursion Details »»

CATALINA ISLAND, CA — Sunday, September 18

Only twenty miles off the coast of Los Angeles, this throwback to a more genteel era is a favorite playground of the boat set. Catalina is the West Coast’s answer to Martha’s Vineyard with its quaint boutiques and eateries — and its unique penchant for pleasing visitors. Once the exclusive domain of Hollywood’s entertainment gentry, Catalina houses lavish retreats like the Wrigley Mansion and Holy Hill House.

»» Catalina Excursion Details »»

SAN DIEGO, CA — Monday, September 19

In addition to being home to a world-class zoo and aquarium, San Diego is a laid-back navy town that is the closest U.S. city to Mexico. Great Mexican/American cuisine, Spanish-inspired architecture, and what some consider the best weather in North America, make San Diego a destination unto itself.

»» San Diego Excursion Details »»


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The conference fee is $1,095 and includes all 13 seminars below (18 hours total). You may take every class — i.e., there will be no overlap as only one class will be going on at any one time. Classes only take place when we’re at sea, between 8:30am and 7:30pm.




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