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Monaco F1 Grand Prix
:: Monaco Cruise

2006 Cannes Film Festival and Monaco Grand Prix

Cannes, France (2 days, Film Festival).
The screenings, the parties, the glamorous appearances on the red carpet. It’s all part of the magic of the Cannes Film Festival. Rub shoulders with glitterati as some of the world’s brightest stars and hottest directors descend upon stylish Cannes. Who knows who you may spot over cocktails tonight. Between festivals and major events, Cannes lives to the beat of the arts year round. For upscale shopping opportunities walk the world famous street, La Croisette, that runs along the shoreline. Visit the traditional French outdoor market, Marche Forville, specialising in quality produce harvested by local farmers. Or just relax and soak up some sun on one of the lovely beaches.

Monte Carlo, Monaco (3 days, Grand Prix).
Enjoy the thrill of a lifetime as screaming Formula One race cars pick their way around the twisted turns and narrow passageways of beautiful Monaco. The last ‘street course’ remaining on the Grand Prix calendar, the 79-lap course offers no margin for error and every chance to be amazed.

Elsewhere in Monaco you will find the Prince’s Palace, from which the Grimaldi dynasty has ruled since 1297; the Cathedral where Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier; and the Rock of Monaco, where magnificent gardens cascade to the sea. Monaco’s famous casinos, nightclubs and cafes will help you cap off a most memorable visit in grand style. And, of course, the city’s sun-drenched beaches and sapphire-blue waters will always be waiting for you.

Monaco Formula One race ticket: Sunday only in the best grandstand in Monte Carlo. Fantastic race viewing from a prime location in Main High Grandstand K. Saturday ticket or Paddock admission available upon request, at additional cost.

Ship: Wind Surf
Duration: 14 nights
Departures: 21 May 2006

Price Guide Cruise 2006

Category

Price in US Dollars

Category B

from $4,599

Category A

from $4,899

Owner’s Suite

from $7,499

Itinerary – French Riviera Cruise May 2006

Day

Port Arrive Depart

21 May

Nice, France 5pm

22 May

St Tropez, France 8am 11pm

23 May

Cannes, France# 8am

24 May

Cannes, France# 11pm

25 May

St Florent, Corsica 10am 7pm

26 May

Monte Carlo, Monaco* 8am

27 May

Monte Carlo, Monaco*

28 May

Monte Carlo, Monaco* Midnight

29 May

At sea

30 May

Ponza, Italy

8am 5pm

31 May

Amalfi, Italy 7am 1pm
Sorrento, Italy 4pm

01 Jun

Sorrento, Italy 7am
At sea

02 Jun

Portovenere, Italy 7am 11pm

03 Jun

Portofino, Italy 8am 7pm

04 Jun

Nice, France 6am

#2006 Film Festival (Entrance fees not included)
* 2006 Grand Prix Race (K high granstand ticket included)

Inclusions
14 nights Nice to Nice cruise accommodation aboard Windstar Cruises’ msy ‘Wind Surf’
All meals, entertainment and activities whilst cruising
K high stand Sunday race viewing ticket
All cruise NDA’s (total of US$350)
NB: Taxes are additional (add US$54)
Conditions
Valid for new bookings only. Valid for sale immediately until sold out. Prices per person twin share and quoted in US Dollars. All rates are subject to availability and currency fluctuations. F1corporate reserves the right to modify or withdraw this promotion at any time. All cruise NDAs are included. Taxes are additional – add US$54. Other conditions may apply.

At nearly three times the size of her sister ships, the Wind Surf carries just 308 pampered guests in 154 total staterooms: 31 ocean-view suites and 123 deluxe ocean-view staterooms. What that means in real terms is wide-open deck spaces; new services and lots of little extras that make a Windstar cruise remarkable.

Self-improvement and life enhancement have become the new dogma, and the WindSpa is the destination of choice. With a staff of 10 massage therapists, technicians and instructors, the WindSpa’s treatments and therapies range from traditional massage and aromatherapy to comprehensive hydro and synergistic therapy, as well as yoga, fitness and wellness programs.

Passenger Capacity: 308 passengers (based on double occupancy).

Suites: 31 deluxe, ocean-view suites, with queen beds (converts to 2 twins). All suites offer 2 bathrooms, a separate dining/sitting area and a 3rd berth.

Staterooms: 123 deluxe, ocean-view staterooms, with queen beds (converts to 2 twins), and a sitting area. Some offer a 3rd berth.

Cabin Amenities: Closed circuit color television, videocassette and CD players, personal safe, refrigerator, mini-bar, international direct-dial phones, private bathrooms with shower toiletries, hair dryer, vanity and plush robes. Each stateroom is equipped with one standard U.S. 110 and European 220 volt (converter recommended), 60 cycle AC electric outlets


Optional Activities

ST TROPEZ FRANCE – 22 MAY 2006

Windstar Exclusive – Cocktails at the Bylos Hotel – Tour 26762

Approximately 1 hour • $179pp

The power of its mythical place in jetset history lends the magnificent Byblos Hotel a stunning synonymity with partying, luxury and Provençal authenticity. As a tribute to this legendary luxury hotel, St Tropez’s talented artists and prestigious brands have reinterpreted the magic of Byblos and brought it into the 21st century with style and elegance par excellence. Your cocktail party in this prestigious location includes a one-hour open bar with champagne and hot and cold canapés on the Terrace de l’Olivier, overlooking the swimming pool.

Please note: In the event of inclement weather, the event will be held inside the Byblos Hotel Bar.

CANNES FRANCE – 23 MAY 2006

Windstar Exclusive – Gala for the Cannes Film Festival Tour 15561

Approximately 2 hours • $375pp Very Limited Capacity

The Hotel Majestic a legendary institution in Cannes —renown throughout the world as the place to see and be seen. The Majestic remains one of the prestigious jewels of the Cote d’Azur, so even if you normally eschew the trappings of high society, this gala evening is one to treasure forever as a moment in the sun that is usually reserved for the élite few. The Hotel is located on the beautiful Avenue de la Croisette, directly facing the Mediterranean, in front of the famous Palais des Festivals. The Villa des Lys is the superb, gastronomic restaurant of the Majestic, and serves a selection of succulent dishes in a refined, welcoming setting. Savour a contemporary version of Provençal cuisine prepared by Bruno Oger, an exemplary chef with a passion for regional products and the French “art de vivre”. Villa des Lys Restaurant is the perfect restaurant for lovers of haute cuisine—delicious, innovative and distinctly Mediterranean

Please note: A sample menu may include an appetizer of squid risotto served with zucchini flowers, thyme and lemon from Menton. Entrée of sautéed, braised veal cutlet from Limousin, warm velvety chocolate Jivara, bitter chocolate sorbet, crushed sugared almonds and whipped cream flavored with vanilla. Finish with petits fours, sponge cake and iced chocolates. Menu selections will vary seasonally.

MONTE CARLO, MONACO – 26 / 28 MAY 2006

F1 Monaco Grand Prix Package – Tour 26792

3 day package • $1,900pp

Package includes reserved seating on: 27 May, 2006 (time trials); 28 May, 2006 (final race)

Friday:

  • Special private “Welcome to Monaco” Cocktail Reception on board
  • Special private Gala Dinner on board
  • Exclusive Package Pillow – Gift of Bushnell binoculars, Official 64e Grand Prix de Monaco program, Official Team Ticket holder, Souvenir hat, Souvenir jacket

Saturday:

  • Tribune K Reserved Seating ticket for the Time Trials
  • Private evening Reception & Dinner at HRH Private Auto Collection catered by “Mister Brian”—the magnificent chef and holder of the Fournisseur Breveté de S.A.S. le Prince Souverain de Monaco

Sunday:

  • Special private breakfast on board
  • Tribune K reserved seating for the Final Race

You will tender to the pier for a fabulous weekend of excitement at the 64e Grand Prix de Monaco. For the time trials and the Grand Prix itself, a hostess will welcome you at the pier, and provide you with a map and instructions of the routing to Tribune K. At Tribune K, a representative of the Automobile Club of Monaco will be happy to assist you to your seat if needed. Then, you will enjoy the most exciting and famous Formula One race in the entire world. Monaco is a formidable circuit that passes through the heart of the town—the finest and most difficult of the races in the World Championship. Only the most talented drivers win here. And, the Grand Prix in Monaco is a favorite hangout of the world’s most glamorous jet-set. Nowhere in the world will you find such a mix of glitter and glamour. Your seating is located near the pool and you will see cars coming towards you at tremendous speed, slow down for the turn, and then accelerate for making the turn at the pool.

Try to imagine being in the driver’s seat! After the start, driving in a clockwise direction there is a short acceleration period is rapidly followed by a struggle for position as everyone tries to negotiate the right hand Virage St Devote for the first time. Accelerating up the hill from St Devote into Casino Square gives the drivers a chance to shift through the gears, being careful as the road can be bumpy and the white traffic lines are very slippery. They slow down for the tight left and then right through Casino Square and accelerate down hill past the Hotel Metropole, keeping a tight right as they approach the Hotel Mirabeau. Then, it’s forever downward around the 30mph hairpin at the Monte Carlo Grand Hotel, and the sharp right just past the fountains and into the Virage du Portier. Darkness falls in the tunnel, then they break back into the sun at 170mph! The tight left/right of the chicane leads into a short straight and then to the swimming pool complex. Keep on the right line and the driver should have no problems here or at the hairpin of Virage Rascasse. A bad line or trying too hard will finish the race very quickly against the unforgiving trackside barriers. Slightly uphill now, they’re into the very nasty right of Virage Anthony Noghes. If a driver is still on track at this point, it’s full speed ahead, climbing up through the gears to complete the first lap. Now only 77 more laps to go! At the end of this electrifying experience, you will walk with your escort to Place d’Armes where the minibus waits to transfer you back to the tender point.

Please note: The Pillow Gift’s are subject to change or substitution without notice. This package is not wheelchair accessible. Due to heavy traffic congestion, no transfers are provided to Tribune K and/or other events. You must be able to walk up and down various grades. The activity level of this package is considered moderate to easy.

Private Dinner at Rainier III Private Auto Collection Museum Tour 26791

Approximately 4 hours • $425 Saturday night only – 27 MAY 2006

This dinner is already included in F1 Package ( Tour 26792), but is also available for purchase as a separate item for those not purchasing the complete F1 Package. From the tender pier, you will travel to the Monaco Private Car Collection Museum of H.S.H. Prince Rainier III. The venue is open to Wind Surf passengers exclusively for the Grand Prix Reception & Dinner celebration. Stroll 10-15 minutes from the port to the Museum, located on the Terrace Fontvieille. This remarkable facility exhibits about one hundred cars of all ages, made by the biggest European and American firms, together with six state coaches belonging to HSH Prince Rainier III of Monaco. Don’t miss snapping a photo of the car that carried Rainier and Grace Kelly away from church after their wedding. The collection, which belonged to Prince Rainier III, consists of glittering vintage automobiles. The history of the 20th century is admirably represented thanks to the presence of autos such as the 1903 De Dion Bouton, and the more recent 1986 Lamborghini Countach. The cars are placed from oldest to newest, including a Lamborghini and Formula One Mansell Ferrari.

Other vehicles on display are:

•Renault 12cv 4-cylinder Torpedo 1911
• Packard 1935 Panhard Levassor 1913
• Delage 1934 Peugeot Quadrilette de 1921 Ford Model T 1924
• Ford Model A 1930 Lincoln 1928
• Hispano Suiza 1928
• Citroën Kégresse Vehicle collections include: Jeep, Ford, Dodge, GMC, a 1953 Cadillac and a 1956 Chrysler Imperial.

A delicious dinner will be served inside the Monaco Private Car Collection Museum of H.S.H. Prince Rainier III, starting with a selection of canapés and champagne or orange juice. The dinner menu may include: Mosaic of fresh vegetables, zucchini flower, charlotte of crawfish with fresh tomato and basil coulis, wine-flavored sorbet with provencal herbs for men, wine-flavored sorbet with rosewater for women, sliced fillet of Provençal lamb on a bed of ratatouille, spinach and polenta with pepper sauce. Parcel of Gorgonzola cheese with salad and hazelnuts, tasting platter of three desserts in little glasses, coffee Pico du San Cristobal. Wine includes a Cabernet Syrah and a Viognier. Please note: Menu and wine selection may vary seasonally.

**All the above tours are not handicap accessible, they do require walking over various levels or terrain. ** This Tours & Package can be pre-booked; capacity is very limited.

In order to book, please e-mail the information requested below to natalie@firstclass.com.au

You must include:
1. Full passport name(s) of person(s) purchasing the package
2. Booking number
3. Stateroom number
4. Number of tickets required
5. Email address for confirmation

Please submit orders a minimum of four weeks prior to the scheduled cruise departure date, you can submit up to a week prior, but confirmation is subject to availability.

Australia/NZ, Asia Pacific: +61 2 9299 0020
Europe, UK: +49 2208 94 23 81
United States: +1 323 284 5000

 
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Monaco F1 Grand Prix
:: Monaco Cruise

2006 Cannes Film Festival and Monaco Grand Prix

Cannes, France (2 days, Film Festival).
The screenings, the parties, the glamorous appearances on the red carpet. It’s all part of the magic of the Cannes Film Festival. Rub shoulders with glitterati as some of the world’s brightest stars and hottest directors descend upon stylish Cannes. Who knows who you may spot over cocktails tonight. Between festivals and major events, Cannes lives to the beat of the arts year round. For upscale shopping opportunities walk the world famous street, La Croisette, that runs along the shoreline. Visit the traditional French outdoor market, Marche Forville, specialising in quality produce harvested by local farmers. Or just relax and soak up some sun on one of the lovely beaches.

Monte Carlo, Monaco (3 days, Grand Prix).
Enjoy the thrill of a lifetime as screaming Formula One race cars pick their way around the twisted turns and narrow passageways of beautiful Monaco. The last ‘street course’ remaining on the Grand Prix calendar, the 79-lap course offers no margin for error and every chance to be amazed.

Elsewhere in Monaco you will find the Prince’s Palace, from which the Grimaldi dynasty has ruled since 1297; the Cathedral where Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier; and the Rock of Monaco, where magnificent gardens cascade to the sea. Monaco’s famous casinos, nightclubs and cafes will help you cap off a most memorable visit in grand style. And, of course, the city’s sun-drenched beaches and sapphire-blue waters will always be waiting for you.

Monaco Formula One race ticket: Sunday only in the best grandstand in Monte Carlo. Fantastic race viewing from a prime location in Main High Grandstand K. Saturday ticket or Paddock admission available upon request, at additional cost.

Ship: Wind Surf
Duration: 14 nights
Departures: 21 May 2006

Price Guide Cruise 2006

Category

Price in US Dollars

Category B

from $4,599

Category A

from $4,899

Owner’s Suite

from $7,499

Itinerary – French Riviera Cruise May 2006

Day

Port Arrive Depart

21 May

Nice, France 5pm

22 May

St Tropez, France 8am 11pm

23 May

Cannes, France# 8am

24 May

Cannes, France# 11pm

25 May

St Florent, Corsica 10am 7pm

26 May

Monte Carlo, Monaco* 8am

27 May

Monte Carlo, Monaco*

28 May

Monte Carlo, Monaco* Midnight

29 May

At sea

30 May

Ponza, Italy

8am 5pm

31 May

Amalfi, Italy 7am 1pm
Sorrento, Italy 4pm

01 Jun

Sorrento, Italy 7am
At sea

02 Jun

Portovenere, Italy 7am 11pm

03 Jun

Portofino, Italy 8am 7pm

04 Jun

Nice, France 6am

#2006 Film Festival (Entrance fees not included)
* 2006 Grand Prix Race (K high granstand ticket included)

Inclusions
14 nights Nice to Nice cruise accommodation aboard Windstar Cruises’ msy ‘Wind Surf’
All meals, entertainment and activities whilst cruising
K high stand Sunday race viewing ticket
All cruise NDA’s (total of US$350)
NB: Taxes are additional (add US$54)
Conditions
Valid for new bookings only. Valid for sale immediately until sold out. Prices per person twin share and quoted in US Dollars. All rates are subject to availability and currency fluctuations. F1corporate reserves the right to modify or withdraw this promotion at any time. All cruise NDAs are included. Taxes are additional – add US$54. Other conditions may apply.

At nearly three times the size of her sister ships, the Wind Surf carries just 308 pampered guests in 154 total staterooms: 31 ocean-view suites and 123 deluxe ocean-view staterooms. What that means in real terms is wide-open deck spaces; new services and lots of little extras that make a Windstar cruise remarkable.

Self-improvement and life enhancement have become the new dogma, and the WindSpa is the destination of choice. With a staff of 10 massage therapists, technicians and instructors, the WindSpa’s treatments and therapies range from traditional massage and aromatherapy to comprehensive hydro and synergistic therapy, as well as yoga, fitness and wellness programs.

Passenger Capacity: 308 passengers (based on double occupancy).

Suites: 31 deluxe, ocean-view suites, with queen beds (converts to 2 twins). All suites offer 2 bathrooms, a separate dining/sitting area and a 3rd berth.

Staterooms: 123 deluxe, ocean-view staterooms, with queen beds (converts to 2 twins), and a sitting area. Some offer a 3rd berth.

Cabin Amenities: Closed circuit color television, videocassette and CD players, personal safe, refrigerator, mini-bar, international direct-dial phones, private bathrooms with shower toiletries, hair dryer, vanity and plush robes. Each stateroom is equipped with one standard U.S. 110 and European 220 volt (converter recommended), 60 cycle AC electric outlets


Optional Activities

ST TROPEZ FRANCE – 22 MAY 2006

Windstar Exclusive – Cocktails at the Bylos Hotel – Tour 26762

Approximately 1 hour • $179pp

The power of its mythical place in jetset history lends the magnificent Byblos Hotel a stunning synonymity with partying, luxury and Provençal authenticity. As a tribute to this legendary luxury hotel, St Tropez’s talented artists and prestigious brands have reinterpreted the magic of Byblos and brought it into the 21st century with style and elegance par excellence. Your cocktail party in this prestigious location includes a one-hour open bar with champagne and hot and cold canapés on the Terrace de l’Olivier, overlooking the swimming pool.

Please note: In the event of inclement weather, the event will be held inside the Byblos Hotel Bar.

CANNES FRANCE – 23 MAY 2006

Windstar Exclusive – Gala for the Cannes Film Festival Tour 15561

Approximately 2 hours • $375pp Very Limited Capacity

The Hotel Majestic a legendary institution in Cannes —renown throughout the world as the place to see and be seen. The Majestic remains one of the prestigious jewels of the Cote d’Azur, so even if you normally eschew the trappings of high society, this gala evening is one to treasure forever as a moment in the sun that is usually reserved for the élite few. The Hotel is located on the beautiful Avenue de la Croisette, directly facing the Mediterranean, in front of the famous Palais des Festivals. The Villa des Lys is the superb, gastronomic restaurant of the Majestic, and serves a selection of succulent dishes in a refined, welcoming setting. Savour a contemporary version of Provençal cuisine prepared by Bruno Oger, an exemplary chef with a passion for regional products and the French “art de vivre”. Villa des Lys Restaurant is the perfect restaurant for lovers of haute cuisine—delicious, innovative and distinctly Mediterranean

Please note: A sample menu may include an appetizer of squid risotto served with zucchini flowers, thyme and lemon from Menton. Entrée of sautéed, braised veal cutlet from Limousin, warm velvety chocolate Jivara, bitter chocolate sorbet, crushed sugared almonds and whipped cream flavored with vanilla. Finish with petits fours, sponge cake and iced chocolates. Menu selections will vary seasonally.

MONTE CARLO, MONACO – 26 / 28 MAY 2006

F1 Monaco Grand Prix Package – Tour 26792

3 day package • $1,900pp

Package includes reserved seating on: 27 May, 2006 (time trials); 28 May, 2006 (final race)

Friday:

  • Special private “Welcome to Monaco” Cocktail Reception on board
  • Special private Gala Dinner on board
  • Exclusive Package Pillow – Gift of Bushnell binoculars, Official 64e Grand Prix de Monaco program, Official Team Ticket holder, Souvenir hat, Souvenir jacket

Saturday:

  • Tribune K Reserved Seating ticket for the Time Trials
  • Private evening Reception & Dinner at HRH Private Auto Collection catered by “Mister Brian”—the magnificent chef and holder of the Fournisseur Breveté de S.A.S. le Prince Souverain de Monaco

Sunday:

  • Special private breakfast on board
  • Tribune K reserved seating for the Final Race

You will tender to the pier for a fabulous weekend of excitement at the 64e Grand Prix de Monaco. For the time trials and the Grand Prix itself, a hostess will welcome you at the pier, and provide you with a map and instructions of the routing to Tribune K. At Tribune K, a representative of the Automobile Club of Monaco will be happy to assist you to your seat if needed. Then, you will enjoy the most exciting and famous Formula One race in the entire world. Monaco is a formidable circuit that passes through the heart of the town—the finest and most difficult of the races in the World Championship. Only the most talented drivers win here. And, the Grand Prix in Monaco is a favorite hangout of the world’s most glamorous jet-set. Nowhere in the world will you find such a mix of glitter and glamour. Your seating is located near the pool and you will see cars coming towards you at tremendous speed, slow down for the turn, and then accelerate for making the turn at the pool.

Try to imagine being in the driver’s seat! After the start, driving in a clockwise direction there is a short acceleration period is rapidly followed by a struggle for position as everyone tries to negotiate the right hand Virage St Devote for the first time. Accelerating up the hill from St Devote into Casino Square gives the drivers a chance to shift through the gears, being careful as the road can be bumpy and the white traffic lines are very slippery. They slow down for the tight left and then right through Casino Square and accelerate down hill past the Hotel Metropole, keeping a tight right as they approach the Hotel Mirabeau. Then, it’s forever downward around the 30mph hairpin at the Monte Carlo Grand Hotel, and the sharp right just past the fountains and into the Virage du Portier. Darkness falls in the tunnel, then they break back into the sun at 170mph! The tight left/right of the chicane leads into a short straight and then to the swimming pool complex. Keep on the right line and the driver should have no problems here or at the hairpin of Virage Rascasse. A bad line or trying too hard will finish the race very quickly against the unforgiving trackside barriers. Slightly uphill now, they’re into the very nasty right of Virage Anthony Noghes. If a driver is still on track at this point, it’s full speed ahead, climbing up through the gears to complete the first lap. Now only 77 more laps to go! At the end of this electrifying experience, you will walk with your escort to Place d’Armes where the minibus waits to transfer you back to the tender point.

Please note: The Pillow Gift’s are subject to change or substitution without notice. This package is not wheelchair accessible. Due to heavy traffic congestion, no transfers are provided to Tribune K and/or other events. You must be able to walk up and down various grades. The activity level of this package is considered moderate to easy.

Private Dinner at Rainier III Private Auto Collection Museum Tour 26791

Approximately 4 hours • $425 Saturday night only – 27 MAY 2006

This dinner is already included in F1 Package ( Tour 26792), but is also available for purchase as a separate item for those not purchasing the complete F1 Package. From the tender pier, you will travel to the Monaco Private Car Collection Museum of H.S.H. Prince Rainier III. The venue is open to Wind Surf passengers exclusively for the Grand Prix Reception & Dinner celebration. Stroll 10-15 minutes from the port to the Museum, located on the Terrace Fontvieille. This remarkable facility exhibits about one hundred cars of all ages, made by the biggest European and American firms, together with six state coaches belonging to HSH Prince Rainier III of Monaco. Don’t miss snapping a photo of the car that carried Rainier and Grace Kelly away from church after their wedding. The collection, which belonged to Prince Rainier III, consists of glittering vintage automobiles. The history of the 20th century is admirably represented thanks to the presence of autos such as the 1903 De Dion Bouton, and the more recent 1986 Lamborghini Countach. The cars are placed from oldest to newest, including a Lamborghini and Formula One Mansell Ferrari.

Other vehicles on display are:

•Renault 12cv 4-cylinder Torpedo 1911
• Packard 1935 Panhard Levassor 1913
• Delage 1934 Peugeot Quadrilette de 1921 Ford Model T 1924
• Ford Model A 1930 Lincoln 1928
• Hispano Suiza 1928
• Citroën Kégresse Vehicle collections include: Jeep, Ford, Dodge, GMC, a 1953 Cadillac and a 1956 Chrysler Imperial.

A delicious dinner will be served inside the Monaco Private Car Collection Museum of H.S.H. Prince Rainier III, starting with a selection of canapés and champagne or orange juice. The dinner menu may include: Mosaic of fresh vegetables, zucchini flower, charlotte of crawfish with fresh tomato and basil coulis, wine-flavored sorbet with provencal herbs for men, wine-flavored sorbet with rosewater for women, sliced fillet of Provençal lamb on a bed of ratatouille, spinach and polenta with pepper sauce. Parcel of Gorgonzola cheese with salad and hazelnuts, tasting platter of three desserts in little glasses, coffee Pico du San Cristobal. Wine includes a Cabernet Syrah and a Viognier. Please note: Menu and wine selection may vary seasonally.

**All the above tours are not handicap accessible, they do require walking over various levels or terrain. ** This Tours & Package can be pre-booked; capacity is very limited.

In order to book, please e-mail the information requested below to natalie@firstclass.com.au

You must include:
1. Full passport name(s) of person(s) purchasing the package
2. Booking number
3. Stateroom number
4. Number of tickets required
5. Email address for confirmation

Please submit orders a minimum of four weeks prior to the scheduled cruise departure date, you can submit up to a week prior, but confirmation is subject to availability.

Australia/NZ, Asia Pacific: +61 2 9299 0020
Europe, UK: +49 2208 94 23 81
United States: +1 323 284 5000

 

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  • Surcharges may apply due to demand, Christmas & New Year's Eve, school or public holidays, trade shows, special events & other unforeseen circumstances.
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