April 2005
Travel Agent;4/11/2005, Vol. 320 Issue 10, p34
Trade Publication
The article provides information related to luxury cruise lines and ocean travel. Hapag-Lloyd AG's Europa will host two gourmet events for passengers this summer. Sailing from Lisbon to Hamburg June 15-24, Europa will dock in Amsterdam on June 22, where a line-up of Europe's best chefs, masters of wine, and chocolatiers will gather onboard to present delicacies to passengers. Guests on Star Clippers' Star Flyer will receive $700 off seven-night Greek Islands/Turkey cruise-and-air packages for 10 departures from June through September, 2005. In 2006, Windstar Cruises' Wind Spirit will sail five Greek Islands cruises on a new itinerary between Istanbul and Athens.


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