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July 11th, 2016 Posted in Events

Join us for one of our special alumni cruises below in 2017. It’s never too early to start planning!

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SPARKLING SOUTH PACIFIC – OCEANIA CRUISES** Papeete to Papeete (10 nights)

Date:    January 25–February 4, 2017 Sirena
Price:    From $4,299 per person, double occupancy (airfare included from select cities)

From dreamy white-sand beaches fringed by sweet-scented vanilla groves and gently swaying palms to velvety emerald mountains towering over translucent lagoons that dazzle in every hue of electric blue, awaken your senses with the wonders of French Polynesia. Board the elegant Sirena, Oceania Cruises’ newest masterpiece, and sail the sparkling South Pacific to Moorea, Tahiti’s “Sister Island.” Admire its stunning beaches and crystalline lagoon, and then relax on the sugary white-sand beaches of Fakarava, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Encounter the pearl farms and pink-sand beaches of Rangiroa; snorkel in Bora Bora’s postcard-perfect lagoon, a wonderland filled with colorful coral and tropical fish; and take in ancient temples set amid gorgeous scenery on Raiatea. Before concluding your tranquil odyssey in Papeete, Tahiti, visit the “Garden Island,” Huahine.

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ALASKA CHARMS– OCEANIA CRUISES* Seattle to Seattle (7 nights)

Date:    July 21–28, 2017 Regatta
Price:    From $1,999 per person, double occupancy (airfare included from select cities)

Let the rugged charms of Alaska—America’s last frontier—captivate you as you sail aboard Oceania Cruises’ intimate Regatta, a state-of-the-art haven of elegance. Depart from Seattle and cruise through the Inside Passage en route to one of Alaska’s oldest towns, Wrangell, renowned for its unique Petroglyph Beach and intriguing gold rush history. Continue cruising through Tracy Arm, a breathtaking fjord whose pristine waters reflect its ice-blue tidewater glaciers and soaring granite cliffs. Watch more glorious scenery unfold at Sitka, home to Sitka National Historical Park. Before returning to Seattle, explore British Columbia’s delightful maritime port, Prince Rupert, known as a gateway to Canada’s only grizzly bear sanctuary. Take in the majesty of ancient glaciers, towering mountains, and picturesque coasts on this remarkable Alaskan voyage.

*Date, price, and itinerary are subject to change.

Check out UNTalumni.com/travel for more info on each of these trips.

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