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Birders will love walking the seashore of Bristol Bay


» » Beachcombing There are many places to go and find great beachcombing

What are we looking for .
Shells, driftwood, interesting rocks, bones of giant sea mammals, .

Antique artifacts and detritus from around the Pacific Ocean that washes up on shore

This is pure kids play and everybody loves it.
Birders will love walking the seashore of Bristol Bay.
There are many stories to be told in the myriad of animal tracks that follow the ocean edge, too.

Hand-blown Japanese glass floats A real treasure to find are the round

hand-blown glass floats, antiques formerly used by Japanese fishing vessels to float their nets.

|  Most floats were made in Japan or Korea 30-60 years ago

and are shades of green because that is the color of glass from recycled sake bottles (especially after long exposure to sunlight).
However, clear, amber, aquamarine, amethyst, blue and other colors were also produced.

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the MS Fenix is sure to impress

MS Fenix.
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MS Fenix.
MS Fenix.
MS Fenix is a brand new luxury vessel launched in 2020 and due to embark on her maiden voyage in 2021.
Running on one of our most popular itineraries , the MS Fenix is sure to impress.
Bound to live up to any luxurious and modern standards, this vessel features all up to date facilities.
Cabins have modern amenities and comfortable , pleasing surroundings.

MS Fenix features a spacious salon style restaurant and bar

a sundeck with sun beds and a jacuzzi to relax in, an outdoor lounge area and a swimming platform on the back of the vessel.

MS Fenix will surely be a popular vessel to cruise the Croatian coastline in 2021

Length: 51.87m.

Lower Deck: 8 twin/double cabins

Main Deck: 10 twin/double cabins Deck Cabin Bedding Size (sqm) Window To Open Main Deck Standard Twin/Double 12-17 Window Yes Lower Deck Standard Twin/Double 12-17 Porthole No Note: Cabin configurations and dimensions are to be confirmed.
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Day 2 Dubrovnik – Mljet – KorculaThis morning

Adriatic Classic 2020 (Dubrovnik – Dubrovnik)

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Adriatic Classic 2020 (Dubrovnik – Dubrovnik)

Discover the highlights of Croatia on this round trip cruise on board Deluxe vessel MS Adriatic Queen.
Explore many of Croatia’s highlights including UNESCO World Heritage listed Dubrovnik and Split, take a refeshing swim at Zlatni Rat on Bol, visit beautiful Omis and Hvar.
The perfect round trip cruise for any traveller.
8 days – from $3,457.

Take in the breathtaking beauty of Mljet National Park

Visit one of Croatia’s best beaches – Zlatni Rat

Boat trip into Cetina River Canyon

a protected nature area.
Discover Croatia’s history, culture and way of life.
Day 1 DubrovnikYour cruise commences with a transfer from the airport or hotel to your ship.
Embarkation is from 12.00hrs.
After settling into your cabin, meet your fellow passengers and cruise manager for a welcome drink, and then venture out to explore the walled, medieval city of Dubrovnik.
Day 2 Dubrovnik – Mljet – KorculaThis morning, .

Enjoy panoramic cruise around the Old City of Dubrovnik

After lunch on board, cruise to the green island of Mljet.
Upon arrival embark on a walking tour through Mljet National Park to see the beautiful Great and Small Lakes.
After enjoying the spectacular scenery continue cruising to Korcula, considered to be the birthplace of the explorer Marco Polo.
Dinner is served on board.
(B, L.

D)Day 3 Korcula – PuciscaThis morning

a walking tour of Korcula takes you through its narrow, cobbled streets and includes a visit to the majestic Gothic-Baroque Cathedral of St.
Board your ship for lunch and stop for a swim as you cruise to the island of Brac.
Late afternoon arrival in Pucisca, a picturesque town with Mediterranean architecture and white stone houses.
Your evening is free to discover the town and enjoy dinner at one of the many restaurants .
(B, L)Day 4 Pucisca – Omis – SplitCruise along the Dalmatian Coast to and arrive into the ancient town of Omis.
Located at the mouth of the Cetina River, this city has wonderful beaches, and old town with city walls, fortresses and stone churches.
After a walking tour.

Board a small boat where you cruise into the Cetina River Canyon

a protected nature area.
Continue to Radman Mills for a local specialty snack.

Return to Omis and cruise to Split over lunch

On arrival in Split, embark on a walking tour of the historic inner city, built around the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, .

And witness the remnants of Split’s Roman heritage

Your evening in Split is at leisure.
(B, L)Day 5 Split – Bol – Hvar Today cruise to Bol on the island of Brac to visit the famous beach at Zlatni Rai (Golden Horn) where you will have time for a swim in one of Croatia’s best beaches.
Enjoy lunch on board as we continuing cruising to the popular island of Hvar.
Besides being the sunniest Croatian island, Hvar is a regular meeting point for the international jet-set.
Upon arrival, embark on a guided sightseeing tour of this unique town where you will be introduced to the islands history, culture and way of life.
In the evening, take time to enjoy the many restaurants, bars and cafes that line the port.
(B, L)Note: Due to the limited capacity of Hvar harbour during the peak season of July & August, the ports of Stari Grad or Jelsa (both on Hvar island) maybe substituted as your overnight port with a bus transfer to / from Hvar Town included.

Day 6 Hvar – TrstenikToday relax on the Sun Deck as you cruise to Trstenik

a small fisherman village on the Peljesac peninsula.
Here you can enjoy a swim in the afternoon before joining your fellow travellers for a Captain’s dinner with live entertainment on board.
(B, L, D)Day 7 Trstenik – DubrovnikEnjoy breakfast as we cruise back along the shores of Mljet Island, gaze at the steep coastal cliffs and stop in the bay for a swim.

Lunch is served on board before arrival into Dubrovnik

the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’.
Disembark and join a walking tour of this UNESCO World Heritage listed city.
Visit the Rector’s Palace and the Franciscan Monastery’s pharmacy.
The remainder of the afternoon and evening are at leisure for you to continue your exploration.
(B, L)Day 8 DubrovnikYour Adriatic Classic cruise concludes with a transfer to the airport or hotel for your onward journey.
2 dinners including Captain’s Dinner with live entertainment.
Complimentary water, tea and coffee daily.
Guided tours of: Mljet National Park Korcula Cetina River Canyon Split Hvar Dubrovnik Including wireless headset.
Date Twin/Double Single Triple Main Deck Main Deck Main Deck 26 Sep 2020 Booking Enquiry $3,825 $6,730 $3,457.
Re-launched: 2017.
Length: 35m.
Breadth: 11m.
Passengers: 30.
Cabins: 15.
Deck Cabin Bedding Size (sqm) Window To Open Main Deck Standard Twin/Double 13-16 Window No.

2020 New ships

Itineraries: New routes.
Last updated Jan 14, 2020 New ships, fresh itineraries and exciting experiences – 2020 is set to be big for cruise.

Anthony Pearce shares the unmissable sailings

It’s set to be another bumper year for the cruise industry .
Aside from all the new ships launching, there are plenty of new itineraries worth getting excited about .
Here, we take a look at new routes, emerging (and returning) destinations and themed cruises that have caught our eye.
Return to the Nile.
In 2010.

58,000 people took an Egypt river cruise

but that was down to 3,600 by 2016, a 95 per cent fall.
However, it rose to 4,700 people in 2017 and 5,700 in 2018, according to Clia.
Although we’re still far from pre-revolution levels, numbers do look set to grow again.

Avalon Waterways has become the latest cruise line to return to Egypt

joining the likes of Scenic and Viking.
The line has not operated in Egypt since 2016 but has scheduled an initial 15 departures between September and December.

Its new Taste of Egypt itinerary will be on board luxury ship MS Farah

The ten-day cruise will explore the Pyramids and Sphinx in Giza and visit the Ramesses II and Alabaster Sphinx in Memphis, as well as Cairo’s oldest church – the Hanging Church – and Tutankhamun’s Tomb in the Egyptian Museum before a Nile cruise.
From £2,732pp (cruise only).
Crystal Esprit, Crystal Cruises’ ultra-luxury yacht, will o er new historically significant itineraries exploring the Rose City of Petra, Egypt and the Holy Land on a nine- or 11-day journey; Cyprus and the Greek Isles of Mykonos, Delos, Paphos, Santorini and maiden call Naxos on a nine-day voyage; and the United Arab Emirates of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, Sir Bani Yas Island, Manama in Bahrain and Doha, Qatar on an eight-day journey.

Total solar eclipse in Argentina

On December 14, 2020, .

A total solar eclipse will be visible over Chile and Argentina

Guests can experience this spectacle of totality – where the moon passes between Earth and the Sun, obscuring the sun – with Holland America Line on board Westerdam.

The 22-night voyage features the highlights of South America

four days in Antarctica and the opportunity to experience the eclipse in Argentina.
From £3,469pp (cruise only).
Party th rough Norway’s fjords.
Not just a cruise, but a festival.
Onboard P&O Cruises ’ Iona guests can take in a seven-night fjords cruise with a difference.
Ionafest will mark the naming of the new ship, the line’s largest to date.
More names are due to be added to the bill, but so far CleanBandit, Trevor Nelson, Jo Whiley, Sara Cox and Blur’s Alex James have been announced.
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 contestant Chris Ramsey, along with professional dancers from the show Amy Dowden and Ben Jones, and judge Motsi Mabuse, will also be on board.
The sailing departs from Southampton and takes in Olden, Innvikfjorden, Nordfjord, Hellesylt, Geiranger, Sunnylvsfjorden, Storfjorden andBergen.
It departs on July 4, 2020 after the christening ceremony.
From £1,299pp.
New European dockings.
Carnival Cruise Line returns to Europe this year with a host of new sailings.

There’s a 16-day Northern trans-Atlantic crossing from New York to Dover on June 3

featuring calls at Qaqortoq, Reykjavik, Lerwick, Belfast and Cork; and a nine-day Norwegian fjords cruise round-trip from Dover on June 19 visiting Bergen, Olden, Molde, Trondheim, Alesund and Stavanger.

There’s also a nine-day Western Europe from Dover to Barcelona trip on June 28

visiting Le Havre, La Coruña, Leixoes, Lisbon, Gibraltar and Malaga, plus nine- to 12-day Mediterranean cruises between Venice and Barcelona calling at the likes of Marseilles, Livorno, Rome, Naples, Kotor, Corfu, Valletta, Dubrovnik and Rijeka.
Reach remote Australia.
Australia’s pioneer of expedition cruising, Coral Expeditions, has launched a completely reimagined programme of Great Barrier Reef expeditions from June 2021.
The new seven-night Outerknown Adventures on the Great Barrier Reef will focus on the lesser-seen outer reefs and islands of the northern region and will o er guests an authentic and immersive experience like no other available on the reef.

New destinations include Hope Island

Escape Reef and remote Osprey Reef, described by Sir David Attenborough as “an oasis for living creatures of all kind”.
Osprey Reef lies beyond the continental shelf and is an isolated seamount rising 2,000m above the seabed within the outer limits of the Coral Sea Marine Park.
New private islands.
Private islands are becoming de rigueur for cruise lines, with Royal Caribbean’s Perfect Day at CocoCay having taken the experience to a new level.
Virgin Voyages, which debuts this year as a new cruise line, will have its own beach club on Bimini, while Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve will be MSC Cruises’ offering.
Found in the Bahamian tropics, it opened in December 2019 and is focused on “restoring the existing natural beauty into a flourishing marine reserve”, according to the line.
The private island will o er visitors the chance to learn about the local ecosystem, the protection of the oceans and the importance of preserving coral reefs.
A series of “edutainment” programmes will also be available for all ages, alongside snorkel safaris, kayak tours and paddle-boarding classes that will be held in the island’s surrounding 64 square miles of protected waters.
su_box title=”Read the latest issue of Cruise Adviser” box_color=”#5e8a93″] In this issue, we look ahead to the next 12 months, bringing you expert opinion from travel industry leaders as we ask them, where next for cruise.
Andy Harmer of Clia, Ben Bouldin of Royal Caribbean International, Lynn Narraway of Seabourn, Craig Upshall of Aurora Expeditions and Neil Barclay of Viking Cruises all share their views, in this special section of the magazine.
Click here to read the magazine in full.
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The Benefits of Booking a Group Cruise…

The Benefits of Booking a Group Cruise….
A group leader may receive a complimentary cruise fare for every 8 cabins sold based on double occupancy or 16 or more full fared passengers.

Discounted Group Rates:  Special cruise fare rates for having so many passengers

Additional Amenities: More shipboard credit

bottles of wines, cocktail parties, etc.
Access to over thousands of group s that Crown Cruise Vacations already secured with exclusive pricing and amenities.
Group Dining – We can arrange for everyone to sit together or we can help your group make reservations for dinner aboard the ship at one of their specialty restaurants.
Functions on board:  We  work directly with the cruise line contact s to ensure anything you need can be provided on board.
To include: meeting space, parties, activities , etc.

Group Excursions: Let us not only plan your cruise but group shore excursion as well

We can help you arrange private tour s and activities for your group.
Terms & Conditions:.
All groups need to maintain 8 cabins or more till their travel date to qualify for group amenities.
If the group falls below 8 cabins all amenities and free passengers will be surrendered.

Amenities vary per ship and sailing and may not be offered on all sailings

Travel insurance is highly recommended. (We  can do group package pricing) Rates and availability are subject to change due to the cruise line.
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Offer doesn’t not include taxes, fees, gratuities, and airfare.
Let our Group Specialist help you plan one of the most unforgettable trips of your life. We offer cruise nights; inquire by calling our Group Director.
We can customize cruise literature to pass out to all your potential passengers.
Ready to plan your group cruise at special amazing discounted rates?.
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10 Business Leaders Recognised As Entrepreneur Of The Year .
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From training aspiring pilots to lending money, 10 local entrepreneurs received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award (EYA) 2019.  Seven individuals bagged awards under the Established Entrepreneur category.

While another three won under the New Entrepreneur category

after rounds of interviews and site visits by the judges.  Co-organised by the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME) and the Rotary Club of Singapore, the award honours local entrepreneurs who have shown outstanding performance as business owners in both emerging or established enterprises.
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