14 Day French Escapade: Monte-Carlo to Paris

Tauck River Cruise starting in Monte Carlo and finishing in Paris

Book online and enjoy exclusive savings on Tauck's 14 Day French Escapade: Monte-Carlo to Paris. From Monte-Carlo on the Mediterranean, travel to Arles... cruise the Rhône and then the Saône rivers through Provence and into rich wine lands... and on to Lyon... and then overland to the magical city of Paris....read more
Overview
Operator: Tauck
Type: River Cruise (Premium)
Duration: 14 Days
From: Monte Carlo to Paris
Tour Code: RPN
Reviews: Not Yet Reviewed
Visits: Monaco, France
Our Price From:
$ 8,240
Per Person ($AU)
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1
Arrive Monte Carlo
Tour begins: 6:30 PM, Fairmont Monte Carlo. A transfer is included from Nice Côte d'Azur Airport, the Nice Ville Train Station (TGV) or the Nice Riquier Train Station to the Fairmont Monte Carlo, approximately a 45-minute drive that follows the coast to Monaco. Your hotel is nestled along the glamorous Monte-Carlo waterfront, where Category 7 guests enjoy Sea View rooms. Join us for a welcome reception and dinner overlooking the seaport. Stay Two Nights: Fairmont Monte Carlo (D)
2
Monte Carlo
Few places are as sophisticated as Monte-Carlo, a favorite playground for jet setters and celebrities from around the world. Here mega-yachts anchor in the harbor, an amazing fleet of cars... think Porsches, Lamborghinis and Ferraris à la James Bond... park in front of the opulent casino, and the fairy-tale legacy of Princess Grace, Prince Rainier and the Grimaldi family, who have ruled the Principality of Monaco for over 700 years, lives on today. Explore Vieux Monaco, viewing the cathedral, the Place de Palais and winding medieval streets on a morning orientation tour, followed by time to explore on your own. Join us for an optional drive along the Mediterranean coast seeing villages tucked into cliffside hideaways and villas nestled in the lush country landscapes. Dinner is on your own tonight. You can walk to many restaurants right from your hotel. (B)
3
Nice / Arles
Today you'll discover why Nice is a perennial favorite of sophisticated travelers. Go on a city orientation walking tour this morning, followed by time to explore as you please. Early afternoon, travel to Arles, where you'll board MS Emerald and begin one of Tauck's most popular river cruises in France. The crew welcomes you aboard with a reception followed by dinner this evening. Stay Nine Nights: MS Emerald (B/D)
4
Arles / La Camargue
Wake up in Arles and walk into town with our local guide. See firsthand what drew the Romans and artists like van Gogh to this riverfront town and visit sites they immortalized while they were here. Explore the Roman arena, built in the 1st century BC and still in use today. Pass by the café that van Gogh painted in The Café Terrace, the hospital where he recuperated from his ear injury and other iconic settings you may recognize. Enjoy time to wander through town before taking an excursion to the Camargue region, famous for fleur de sel (sea salt), black bulls and pretty white horses. A home-hosted Provençal lunch at a private ranch is made even more memorable when you see an exciting demonstration by fleet-footed gardians (local cowboys) who dodge the feisty Spanish black bulls they raise here. Your riverboat charts a course for Avignon tonight. (B/L/D)
5
Avignon / Chateauneuf-du-Pape
The fortified city of Avignon was probably a much more peaceful place before Rome became "inconvenient" for the popes who moved the papacy here about 700 years ago. Although they stayed for less than a century, they kept busy during those years... as you'll see on your visit to the impressive Palais des Papes that they built for themselves during this morning's sightseeing in this key medieval city. After a free afternoon aboard ship, travel to the Duchy d'Uzès - a medieval city dating back to the 11th century, often called the "First Duchy of France," that forms the heart of the town of Uzès - for a guided visit followed by a cocktail reception and a Tauck Exclusive gala dinner at the recently restored Chateau. (B/L/D)
6
Viviers
With your riverboat docked in Avignon for the morning, you can spend more time exploring the medieval city or take a morning excursion to Saint-Remy-de-Provence - home to the ruins of the Roman city of Glanum, as well as the Saint-Paul Asylum where Vincent van Gogh was a patient. After returning to the ship for lunch onboard, head out again for an afternoon wine tasting at one of the select vineyards permitted to produce Châteauneuf-du-Pape - literally "the New Castle of the Pope" - the most famous of the Côtes du Rhône wines; your host reveals secrets of the terroir as you sample estate-crafted red and white wines from a region that's been producing wine for more than 2,500 years! Catch up with the riverboat in Châteauneuf-du-Pape and spend the evening onboard. (B/L/D)
7
Vienne
It seems that the Romans were everywhere along the Rhône, and Vienne (which they called "Vienna" in their day) was no exception. During your time on a walking tour here this morning, look for the theatre and temple they left behind, as well as other sights straight out of history. You'll also travel to Mont Pipet for extensive views of the surrounding countryside. Alternatively, you may instead choose to join a guided bicycle tour following the Via Rhona along the River Rhone. Return to the riverboat this afternoon to continue your cruise. (B/L/D)
8
Macon / Cluny
Your riverboat arrives in Mâcon on the Saône River this morning, for exploration in Cluny. During the reign of Charlemagne (742 - 814), monastic influences inspired a great revival in art, education and culture; today you'll visit one of the great monasteries of the period when you tour the great Benedictine Abbey of Cluny. Founded in 910, it was at the center of this major monastic reform movement and was also the largest Christian building in the world until the construction of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. You'll also visit Haras National de Cluny (France's national equestrian center), which dates back to the 19th century, to learn about its high-quality thoroughbred stallions. Have lunch off the riverboat today; later, reboard MS Emerald and enjoy onboard entertainment after dinner as you cruse to Chalon-sur-Saône. (B/L/D)
9
Chalon-sur-Saone / Mercurey
Chalon-sur-Sâone on the River Saône lies in the heart of southern Burgundy. Although its history dates back to the time of Charlemagne, it has another significant claim to fame - this is considered the birthplace of photography. So you have local inventor Nicéphore Niépce, who started it all with several photographic firsts right here in the 1820s, to thank for the great photos of the town's Romanesque churches and other monuments you'll take during a walking tour - and you'll savor local culinary offerings on a guided tasting tour of some of Chalon-Sur-Saône's noted food shops, from an artisan chocolate boutique to a mustard shop. This afternoon, it's your choice for sightseeing. Attend a wine tasting at a private vineyard on a grand family estate along the Route des Grand Crus in Mercurey, the largest wine-producing area in the Côte Chalonnaise; or travel to the town of Beaune for a walking tour that includes a visit to Hospices de Beaune (Hôtel-Dieu de Beaune). Return to the ship for dinner this evening. (B/L/D)
10
Tournus
After cruising the Saône overnight, MS Emerald calls on Tournus this morning, from which you'll head out to explore the beautiful wine producing region of southern Burgundy, where history lies around every corner (this was a major crossroads during Roman times), and vineyards are everywhere. Picture in your mind what a typical French vineyard looks like... and then view the most amazing landscape that surrounds you for miles and miles. Vineyards, gently rolling hills, orchards, red-tiled farmhouses, medieval cathedrals, the occasional village to stop in... and historic country estates like the 17th-century Château de Cormatin, which you'll explore on a visit today. With its moat, drawbridge, turrets, gilded rooms and parklike grounds - including the mazes and fountains of its completely restored "pleasure garden" that's now among the finest in France - this classic Burgundy château takes you back through the centuries. Return to the riverboat in Tournus for lunch, and continue your cruise this afternoon and evening to France's culinary capital, Lyon. (B/L/D)
11
Lyon
Ahh, Lyon. If you're a serious foodie, Lyon is the place for you! But of course there is more to this 2,000 year-old city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, than food. Your day includes getting a panoramic view of Lyon from the hilltop district of Fouvière; a visit to the stunning Basilica of Notre-Dame-de-Fourvière - built in the 1870s on "the hill that prays," it features exquisite marble work, stained glass windows, colorful mosaics and gilt galore; a tour of medieval Vieux Lyon; and a free afternoon to explore more of the city as you please. As MS Emerald spends the night docked in Lyon, join us aboard ship for our farewell reception followed by dinner this evening. (B/L/D)
12
Lyon / Paris
As all river cruises in France must, the cruise portion of your vacation ends today as you disembark in Lyon and bid a fond farewell to MS Emerald. Board the TGV (a high-speed train) for two nights in the capital city of Paris. Whether you explore on- or off-the-beaten-path, you'll find yourself navigating the city's arrondissements (districts), beginning with the geographical center and spiraling outwards in a clockwise direction. A panoramic city tour upon arrival shows you landmark icons and the grand boulevards. The remainder of the day and evening are free to spend as you please in one of the world's favorite cities; there are boulevards to stroll, pastries to sample, sidewalk cafés to enjoy, wines to savor and French fare to try that tempts every palate. Stay Two Nights: InterContinental Paris Le Grand (B)
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Paris
Ernest Hemingway called Paris a "moveable feast" - and even if you've been here many times, today might be the day that you discover something about the city that you didn't know before. The day is free to explore and enjoy as you please. We've included admission to your choice of museums from a selection of the city's best, including Musée National de l'Orangie, Musée Rodin and Musée d'Orsay (subject to availability). Tonight, we'll all gather for a memorable farewell dinner at chic Fouquet's, the quintessential Paris brasserie on the Champs-Élysées; elegance and classic cuisine have made it a celebrity favorite for more than a century! (B/D)
14
Depart Paris
Tour ends: Paris. Fly home anytime. A transfer from InterContinental Paris Le Grand Hotel to Charles de Gaulle Airport or the Gare de Lyon, Charles de Gaulle or Gare du Nord train stations is included; allow a minimum of 3 hours for flight check-in. (B)
1
Arrive Monte Carlo, Monaco
Tour begins: 6:30 PM, Fairmont Monte Carlo. A transfer is included from Nice Côte d'Azur Airport, the Nice Ville Train Station (TGV) or the Nice Riquier Train Station to the Fairmont Monte Carlo, approximately a 45-minute drive that follows the coast to Monaco. Your hotel is nestled along the glamorous Monte-Carlo waterfront, where Category 7 guests enjoy Sea View rooms. Join us for a welcome reception and dinner overlooking the seaport. Stay Two Nights: Fairmont Monte Carlo (D)
2
Monte Carlo, Monaco
Few places are as sophisticated as Monte-Carlo, a favorite playground for jet setters and celebrities from around the world. Here mega-yachts anchor in the harbor, an amazing fleet of cars... think Porsches, Lamborghinis and Ferraris à la James Bond... park in front of the opulent casino, and the fairy-tale legacy of Princess Grace, Prince Rainier and the Grimaldi family, who have ruled the Principality of Monaco for over 700 years, lives on today. Explore Vieux Monaco, viewing the cathedral, the Place de Palais and winding medieval streets on a morning orientation tour, followed by time to explore on your own. Join us for an optional drive along the Mediterranean coast seeing villages tucked into cliffside hideaways and villas nestled in the lush country landscapes. Dinner is on your own tonight. You can walk to many restaurants right from your hotel. (B)
3
Nice / Arles
Today you'll discover why Nice is a perennial favorite of sophisticated travelers. Go on a city orientation walking tour this morning, followed by time to explore as you please. Early afternoon, travel to Arles, where you'll board MS Emerald and begin one of Tauck's most popular river cruises in France. The crew welcomes you aboard with a reception followed by dinner this evening. Stay Nine Nights: MS Emerald (B/D)
4
Arles / La Camargue
It may seem strange to encounter Roman ruins in Provence but Arles was, after all, once a Roman city; while the gladiators are gone, the arena they left behind - just one of the town's many Roman remnants - still hosts performances and bullfights today. You have a choice today of exploring Arles' medieval streets and city walls on a walking tour, or embarking on a challenging, 2-hour bicycling excursion across the countryside surrounding Arles (which van Gogh found so enchanting). Then it's off to La Camargue, France's "wild west," where cowboys tend to herds of bulls destined for bullfighting rings in Spain. Visit a working farm to see what these cowhands and their charges do during a demonstration, followed by lunch featuring traditional Provençal fare and entertainment. (B/L/D)
5
Avignon / Uzès
The fortified city of Avignon was probably a much more peaceful place before Rome became "inconvenient" for the popes who moved the papacy here about 700 years ago. Although they stayed for less than a century, they kept busy during those years... as you'll see on your visit to the impressive Palais des Papes that they built for themselves during this morning's sightseeing in this key medieval city. After a free afternoon aboard ship, travel to the Duchy d'Uzès - a medieval city dating back to the 11th century, often called the "First Duchy of France," that forms the heart of the town of Uzès - for a guided visit followed by a cocktail reception and a Tauck Exclusive gala dinner at the recently restored Chateau. (B/L/D)
6
Avignon / Chateauneuf-du-Pape
With your riverboat docked in Avignon for the morning, you can spend more time exploring the medieval city or take a morning excursion to Saint-Remy-de-Provence - home to the ruins of the Roman city of Glanum, as well as the Saint-Paul Asylum where Vincent van Gogh was a patient. After returning to the ship for lunch onboard, head out again for an afternoon wine tasting at one of the select vineyards permitted to produce Châteauneuf-du-Pape - literally "the New Castle of the Pope" - the most famous of the Côtes du Rhône wines; your host reveals secrets of the terroir as you sample estate-crafted red and white wines from a region that's been producing wine for more than 2,500 years! Catch up with the riverboat in Châteauneuf-du-Pape and spend the evening onboard. (B/L/D)
7
Vienne
It seems that the Romans were everywhere along the Rhône, and Vienne (which they called "Vienna" in their day) was no exception. During your time on a walking tour here this morning, look for the theatre and temple they left behind, as well as other sights straight out of history. Alternatively, you may instead choose to join a guided bicycle tour following part of the ViaRhona cycling path system along the River Rhone. Return to the riverboat this afternoon to continue your cruise. (B/L/D)
8
Macon / Cluny
Your riverboat arrives in Mâcon on the Saône River this morning, for exploration in Cluny. During the reign of Charlemagne (742 - 814), monastic influences inspired a great revival in art, education and culture; today you'll visit one of the great monasteries of the period when you tour the great Benedictine Abbey of Cluny. Founded in 910, it was at the center of this major monastic reform movement and was also the largest Christian building in the world until the construction of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. You'll also visit Haras National de Cluny (France's national equestrian center), which dates back to the 19th century, to learn about its high-quality thoroughbred stallions. Have lunch off the riverboat today; later, reboard MS Emerald and enjoy onboard entertainment after dinner as you cruse to Chalon-sur-Saône. (B/L/D)
9
Chalon-sur-Saone / Mercurey
Chalon-sur-Sâone on the River Saône lies in the heart of southern Burgundy. Although its history dates back to the time of Charlemagne, it has another significant claim to fame - this is considered the birthplace of photography. So you have local inventor Nicéphore Niépce, who started it all with several photographic firsts right here in the 1820s, to thank for the great photos of the town's Romanesque churches and other monuments you'll take during a walking tour - and you'll savor local culinary offerings on a guided tasting tour of some of Chalon-Sur-Saône's noted food shops, from an artisan chocolate boutique to a mustard shop. This afternoon, it's your choice for sightseeing. Attend a wine tasting at Château de Rully, a private vineyard on a grand family estate in the largest wine-producing area in the Côte Chalonnaise; or travel to the town of Beaune for a walking tour that includes a visit to Hospices de Beaune (Hôtel-Dieu de Beaune). Return to the ship for dinner this evening. (B/L/D)
10
Tournus, France
After cruising the Saône overnight, MS Emerald calls on Tournus this morning, from which you'll head out to explore the beautiful wine producing region of southern Burgundy, where history lies around every corner (this was a major crossroads during Roman times), and vineyards are everywhere. Picture in your mind what a typical French vineyard looks like... and then view the most amazing landscape that surrounds you for miles and miles. Vineyards, gently rolling hills, orchards, red-tiled farmhouses, medieval cathedrals, the occasional village to stop in... and historic country estates like the 17th-century Château de Cormatin, which you'll explore on a visit today. With its moat, drawbridge, turrets, gilded rooms and parklike grounds - including the mazes and fountains of its completely restored "pleasure garden" that's now among the finest in France - this classic Burgundy château takes you back through the centuries. Return to the riverboat in Tournus for lunch, and continue your cruise this afternoon and evening to France's culinary capital, Lyon. (B/L/D)
11
Lyon, France
Ahh, Lyon. If you're a serious foodie, Lyon is the place for you! But of course there is more to this 2,000 year-old city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, than food. Your day includes getting a panoramic view of Lyon from the hilltop district of Fouvière; a visit to the stunning Basilica of Notre-Dame-de-Fourvière - built in the 1870s on "the hill that prays," it features exquisite marble work, stained glass windows, colorful mosaics and gilt galore; a tour of medieval Vieux Lyon; and a free afternoon to explore more of the city as you please. As MS Emerald spends the night docked in Lyon, join us aboard ship for our farewell reception followed by dinner this evening. (B/L/D)
12
Lyon / Paris
As all river cruises in France must, the cruise portion of your vacation ends today as you disembark in Lyon and bid a fond farewell to MS Emerald. Board the TGV (a high-speed train) for two nights in the capital city of Paris. Whether you explore on- or off-the-beaten-path, you'll find yourself navigating the city's arrondissements (districts), beginning with the geographical center and spiraling outwards in a clockwise direction. A panoramic city tour upon arrival shows you landmark icons and the grand boulevards. The remainder of the day and evening are free to spend as you please in one of the world's favorite cities; there are boulevards to stroll, pastries to sample, sidewalk cafés to enjoy, wines to savor and French fare to try that tempts every palate. Stay Two Nights: InterContinental Paris Le Grand (B)
13
Paris, France
Ernest Hemingway called Paris a "moveable feast" - and even if you've been here many times, today might be the day that you discover something about the city that you didn't know before. The day is free to explore and enjoy as you please. We've included admission to your choice of one of two of the city's finest museums (subject to availability). You may elect to view the priceless art inside the famous Musée du Louvre, home to da Vinci's Mona Lisa, the Hellenistic Winged Victory, the beautiful Venus de Milo and others. Or perhaps you're interested in viewing the impressive works exhibited at the Musée Jacquemart-André, a stunning museum in Paris' 8th arrondissement created from the former private mansion of 19th-century husband-and-wife art collectors Édouard André and Nélie Jacquemart - he, a member of a wealthy banking family and she, a renowned society painter - to display the art masterpieces they acquired during their lives together. The collection includes works by Canaletto, Rembrandt, Hals, Gainsborough, Bernini, Botticelli and many others. Tonight, we'll all gather for a memorable farewell dinner at chic Fouquet's, the quintessential Paris brasserie on the Champs-Élysées; elegance and classic cuisine have made it a celebrity favorite for more than a century! (B/D)
14
Depart Paris, France
Tour ends: Paris. Fly home anytime. A transfer from InterContinental Paris Le Grand Hotel to Charles de Gaulle Airport or the Gare de Lyon, Charles de Gaulle or Gare du Nord train stations is included; allow a minimum of 3 hours for flight check-in. (B)
Tauck Inclusions
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Sightseeing Highlights
  • 9-night cruise of the Rhône and Saône
  • 2-night stays in Paris and Monaco,
  • Private gala evening at the recently restored Chateau of the medieval Duchy d'Uzès
  • La Camargue excursion to meet the family of a working farm for a Provençal lunch & a cowboy demonstration with prized black bulls
  • Farewell dinner in Paris at the famous Fouquet's brasserie on the Champs-Élysées
  • Exploration of the Rhône and Saône wine country with vineyard visits and wine tastings in Châteauneuf-du-Pape and Mercurey
  • Tasting tour of local food shops in Chalon-sur-Saône
  • Visits to historic Cluny Abbey, Avignon's Palais des Papes, and France's renowned Haras National de Cluny equestrian center
  • Choice of art museum visits in Paris, including the Musée d'Orsay and the Musée Rodin
River Cruise Inclusions
  • Gratuities to ship staff, drivers, local guides, Tauck Directors and Tauck Cruise Director
  • All private Tauck shore excursions
  • Airport and train station transfers upon arrival and departure as noted
  • Service charges, taxes, porterage, and applicable fuel surcharges
Included Meals
  • Unlimited complimentary beverages aboard ship now include regional wine, beer and premium spirits in addition to specialty coffee, water and soft drinks.
  • 32 meals (13 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 11 dinners); select meals in local restaurants
Trip Notes
  • Itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Price is for land, cruise and specified internal flights. International flights not included.
Sightseeing Highlights
  • 9-night cruise of the Rhône and Saône wine country with vineyard visits and wine tastings
  • Provençal lunch & cowboy demonstration on a family-owned ranch in La Camargue
  • Exclusive gala evening at the Duchy d'Uzès
  • Tasting tour of local food shops in Chalon-sur-Saône
  • Visits to Cluny Abbey, Palais des Papes, and Haras National de Cluny equestrian center
  • 2-night stays in Paris and Monaco, with choice of museum visits in Paris and a farewell dinner at Fouquet's brasserie on the Champs-Élysées.
River Cruise Inclusions
  • 9-night cruise aboard the MS Emerald
  • Gratuities to ship staff, drivers, local guides, Tauck Directors and Tauck Cruise Director
  • All private Tauck shore excursions
  • Airport and train station transfers upon arrival and departure as noted
  • Service charges, taxes, porterage, and applicable fuel surcharges
Included Meals
  • 32 meals (13 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 11 dinners); select meals in local restaurants
  • Unlimited complimentary beverages aboard ship now include regional wine, beer and premium spirits in addition to specialty coffee, water and soft drinks
Trip Notes
  • Itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Price is for land, cruise and specified internal flights. International flights not included.
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As a Tauck Certified Agency, when you book your 2019 Tauck tour or river cruise this month with Global Journeys, you'll receive ONE FREE NIGHT either before or after your trip! Excludes Christmas Market cruises.
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Trip Starts Trip Ends Ship Retail Offer Our Price  
Tuesday
11 Sep 2018
Monday
24 Sep 2018
MS Emerald

9,090

per person

9,090

per person

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Saturday
13 Oct 2018
Friday
26 Oct 2018
MS Emerald

8,240

per person

8,240

per person

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Tuesday
11 Sep 2018
Monday
24 Sep 2018
MS Emerald

9,090

per person

9,090

solo traveller

Sold Out
Saturday
13 Oct 2018
Friday
26 Oct 2018
MS Emerald

8,240

per person

8,240

solo traveller

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Friday
10 May 2019
Thursday
23 May 2019
MS Emerald

9,590

per person

9,590

per person

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Tuesday
18 Jun 2019
Monday
01 Jul 2019
MS Emerald

9,990

per person

9,990

per person

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Sunday
04 Aug 2019
Saturday
17 Aug 2019
MS Emerald

9,090

per person

9,090

per person

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Thursday
05 Sep 2019
Wednesday
18 Sep 2019
MS Emerald

9,990

per person

9,990

per person

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Monday
14 Oct 2019
Sunday
27 Oct 2019
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9,090

per person

9,090

per person

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Friday
10 May 2019
Thursday
23 May 2019
MS Emerald

9,590

per person

9,590

solo traveller

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Tuesday
18 Jun 2019
Monday
01 Jul 2019
MS Emerald

9,990

per person

9,990

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Sunday
04 Aug 2019
Saturday
17 Aug 2019
MS Emerald

9,090

per person

9,090

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Thursday
05 Sep 2019
Wednesday
18 Sep 2019
MS Emerald

9,990

per person

9,990

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Monday
14 Oct 2019
Sunday
27 Oct 2019
MS Emerald

9,090

per person

9,090

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Optional cabin upgrades. Upgrades priced per person.
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Emerald Deck (Category 1)  (Prices Shown) $ 0
Emerald Deck (Category 2) $ 340
Diamond Deck (Category 3) $ 520
Ruby Deck (Category 4) $ 1,460
Diamond Deck (Category 5) $ 2,210
Ruby Deck (Category 6) $ 2,460
Diamond Deck (7 - Suite) $ 3,090
Emerald Deck (Category 1)  (Prices Shown) $ 0
Emerald Deck (Category 2) $ 340
Diamond Deck (Category 3) $ 520
Ruby Deck (Category 4) $ 1,460
Diamond Deck (Category 5) $ 2,210
Ruby Deck (Category 6) $ 2,460
Diamond Deck (7 - Suite) $ 3,090

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