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2013 Genealogy Cruise
22 September 2013 - 7 October 2013 (15 days)

Celebrity Cruise Line’s Millennium Ship


Eastbound Panama Canal


Sailing Itinerary

 Sunday, 22 Sept 2013  San Diego, California      5:00 pm
 Monday  Fun Day At Sea (Legacy Classes)  -  -
 Tuesday  Cabo San Lucas, Mexico  11:00 am    6:00 pm
 Wednesday  Puerto Vallarta, Mexico  12:00 pm    7:00 pm
 Thursday  Fun Day At Sea  -  -
 Friday  Fun Day At Sea (Legacy Classes)  -  -
 Saturday  Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala    7:00 am    6:00 pm
 Sunday  Fun Day At Sea  -  -
 Monday  Puntarenas, Costa Rica    7:00 am    6:00 pm
 Tuesday, 1 Oct 2013  Fun Day At Sea (Legacy Classes)  -  -
 Wednessday  Panama Canal (Cruising)    6:00 am    6:00 pm
 Thursday  Colon, Panama    6:00 am    4:00 pm
 Friday  Cartagena, Columbia    9:00 am    4:00 pm
 Saturday  Fun Day At Sea  -  -
 Sunday  Fun Day At Sea (Legacy Classes)  -  -
 Monday, 7 Oct 2013  Fort Lauderdale, Florida    7:00 am  


Sail aboard a man-made wonder as you sail through one

Stand face-to-face with the grandeur of the Panama Canal aboard Celebrity Cruises. The only cruise that gives you a full vacation while crossing the Continental Divide.  When your Celebrity ship enters the canal, it will rise 85 feet in one of the legendary Gatun Locks. As you cross the Continental Divide - a journey that took mariners of long ago many years to complete - a new world of wonder and amazement awaits you on the other side. Join us for what will undoubtedly be an enlightening and rewarding journey.



There is always something fun to do on a cruise ship!



A favorite of many vacationers, Celebrity Millennium® will be "Solsticized"in May of 2012 and emerge with many award-winning Solstice Class favorites. The Main Restaurant is the centerpiece of our immersive and enriching range of culinary experiences. We're proud to present an unparalleled wealth of choices every evening. Working literally around the clock, the galleys delight in sending out artfully presented dishes, every delicate micro-green garnish perfectly in place.

Designed for the traveler who settles in nicely to veranda staterooms where little details make a big difference. Savor unexpected delights such as fresh flower arrangements, personalized stationery, and complimentary shoeshine service. The attention to detail will amaze you, even as you sleep on the perfect pillow you've selected from our pillow menu. If personalized Concierge service, priority check-in and early disembarkation appeal to you, Concierge Class is your clear choice.

Keep in touch at the hip Celebrity iLounge SM where you can participate in the iLearn enrichment series or pick up the latest high-tech wonder from the first Apple® Reseller at Sea.

Stunning ice bar, an open atrium featuring shopping and more
Indoor /outdoor pool in a Solarium with a sliding roof

Themed bars and lounges


Experience a level of relaxation and rejuvenation you never thought possible

Whether it's a facial, massage, acupuncture or changing up your fitness program—the AquaSpa® can help you achieve what you're looking for.



Prices begin at $1044.00 per person for an inside cabin category 10, port charges are based on double occupancy $399.00 per person. Airfare, tours and any needed airport transfers are not included in this price. Taxes/government Fees of $337.78 per person and any supplemental fuel charge should it be enacted are not included in cruise price. Celebrity reserves the right to add a fuel charge of no more than $10.00 per guest per day should the West Texas Intermediate fuel exceed $65.00 per barrel.

Hurry and book your room today while they last.
Our previous cruises have all sold out quickly.



Ports of Call Overview






San Diego is California's "first city," with roots dating back to 1796. San Diego's beautiful harbor is a lovely place to stroll and explore. Historic Seaport Village, along the Embarcadero, is filled with fascinating shops and galleries. But if you wish to explore further, San Diego offers a world of excitement.

  • Come celebrate the wonders of the sea at SeaWorld® San Diego. Experience the all-new Shamu® show, One Ocean, and thrilling rides like Journey To Atlantis®. Get up-close to beluga whales, polar bears, sharks and penguins. And experience the amazing world of the sea turtle in the brand-new Turtle Reef.

  • This uniquely Californian town offers visitors a chance to step back in time to the nineteenth century. Old Town is a cultural and historic area which has becime a virtual mecca for shopping and fine dining.

    Discover Old Town California where there are over 15 historic sites in all, some of which, are now home to interesting retail shops. In the park you will find merchandise unique to San Diego and Old Town. From Cousin’s Candy where you can watch them pull taffy to Toby’s Candle Shop where you can make your own candles, the park is not to be missed.

  • Never before in U.S. history had there been a military unit like the Mormon Battalion. Their march across the U.S. was historic. What they accomplished during and after their grueling 2000-mile trek to San Diego was unprecedented and unrivaled. The impact of their service changed the history of California and the U.S. At Council Bluffs, Iowa in June of 1846, U.S. Army Captain James Allen, representing President James Polk, recruited into military service, 500 men and 38 women as laundresses. They had been traveling west with their families to the Great Salt Lake Valley under the leadership of President Brigham Young. Young and his group were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, nick-named “Mormons.” Severe religious persecution had forced them to relocate to the West. President Polk saw these able-bodied men as a ready-made military unit which could reinforce the Army of the West in California and a resource for building

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss
See some of the most amazing animals on earth at the world-famous San Diego Zoo. Enjoy magnificent exhibits, which will amaze adults and children alike. Be sure to see the famous Panda Bears, a gift to the zoo from China.

Other Fun Things to Do

  • See the historic Gaslamp Quarter, cross the Coronado Bay Bridge and stop at the Ferry Landing.

  • Explore the historic Victorian mansions and white-sand beaches of Coronado Island on a bicycle expedition.

  • Marvel at the talents of the performing dolphins and killer whales at SeaWorld® Adventure Park.

Sporting Adventures
Play a round of golf at the Balboa Municipal Golf Course, designed in 1927 by William Bell. This course boasts beautiful views of the downtown area and features numerous hills and canyons, making it an enjoyable but challenging course.




  • AThe bay of Cabo San Lucas, at the southernmost tip of Baja, was once a base for pirate vessels waiting to pounce on Spanish treasure ships. Even fifteen years ago, it was little more than a fishing and canning village occasionally visited by adventurous sports fishermen. Since then, it has earned a reputation for the marlin that can be caught here, and the bay is now full of sleek, radar-equipped fishing yachts. Multi-million-dollar second homes occupy the best vantage points, palms have been transplanted, golf courses have been laid, water has been piped in from San José and everywhere is kept pristine. It's more like an enclave of the US than part of Mexico

  • There is no better way to see Cabo and its majestic land formations than from the sky. The rock formations of Land's End, the desert scenes and the ocean breezes can all be better appreciated while soaring over 400 feet above land.

  • This par 72 Tom Weiskopf design course features ocean views from all 18 holes and incredible natural surroundings. The course varies in length from 4,810 to 7,100 with undulating greens, challenging elevation changes and dramatic bunkering.

  • Cabo San Lucas ranks as one of the best sport fishing destinations in the world and draws anglers from the four corners of the earth. This is also home to some of the richest fishing jackpots in the world, reaching up to two million dollars.

  • Los Cabos is one of Mexico's top dive destinations. Come and explore some of the most popular dive sites and experience exhilarating scuba diving in the Gulf of California. Scuba diving in the Sea of Cortes is an unforgettable experience, with shipwrecks, caves, reefs, and sandfalls to explore. The following are some favorite dive locations suitable for beginning scuba divers to experience (even with more advanced partners) near Cabo San Lucas, including: Pelican Rock, Land's End, Neptune's Finger, the North Wall and the Sand Falls.

  • Spend the day and relax at the beach. Enjoy delicious Mexican favorites such as tacos, fajitas and nachos. Whether you want to swim in the pool or feel the sand between your toes.

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss
Cabo San Lucas is quickly becoming a popular destination for one reason: beautiful beaches. You'll find an amazing choice of activities here, from snorkeling and scuba diving to surfing and kayaking. There's something for everyone, even people who just want to lie in the sun and relax.


Other Fun Things to Do

  • Gaze from atop the cliffs at the very far end of the bay at the unforgettable view of Land's End's craggy rock arches and dramatic seascape.

  • Sail to beautiful Chileno Bay, one of the best beaches in the area. There you'll enjoy snorkeling in the clear, turquoise waters filled with manta rays, turtles, and hundreds of tropical fish.

  • Cruise the waters of Los Cabos to search for humpback and gray whales.

  • Race towards Regatta victory on a romantic and thrilling New Zealand Team racing yacht.

  • Watch local artisans blow heated glass into crystalline works of art on a tour of a local glass-blowing factory.

Sporting Adventures


Paddle across San Lucas Bay, past Pelican Rock and around Los Arcos in a kayak. Then head for the place where the Sea of Cortez kisses the Pacific Ocean at the famous Lovers Beach. Appropriately named, this hidden cove has snorkeling and beautiful rocky cliffs that you will fall in love with.

Shopping for Bargains


Mexico boasts some of the finest arts and crafts, sterling silver jewelry and leather. Take a memory of Mexico and her people home with authentic Mexican crafts such as an original ceramic vase, a colorful painting, a pre-Columbian replica or an embroidered cotton blouse. In Cabo San Lucas you can find great deals on colorful Huichol bead work, Talavera plates, "Day of the Dead" paraphernalia, Silver D'Argenta Sculptures, Mexican fire opals and Mexico's famed silver jewelry and designs, including .925 silver from Taxco. Cabo offers fantastic bargains on aquamarine jewelry from Kabana; fashionable pearls from Honora; quality tanzanite from the House of Tanzanite; and watches by Maurice Lacroix and Alfex.





This once-sleepy fishing village became a popular resort after The Night of the Iguana was filmed here in 1964. Nestled on the 28-mile curve of Banderas Bay, Puerto Vallarta has steadfastly held on to its character. Red tile roofs and rows of balconies, spilling over with colorful bougainvillea, still line its cobblestone streets. A pleasure for both the eye and the camera.


The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

Take advantage of a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with our intelligent finned friends at the Dolphin Adventure Center. You'll be given an introduction to these friendly mammals. Then you'll actually have the chance to swim with them in a specially designed pool.

Other Fun Things to Do


  • Explore the Mexican countryside with its tropical vegetation, farmland, mangos, bananas and other tropical fruits.

  • Soak up the sun at one of Puerto Vallarta's beautiful beach resorts.

Sporting Adventures

  • Experience the thrill of rappelling through waterfalls into natural river pools and soaring 200 ft above the ground on the Outdoor Adventure Experience.

  • Explore the back roads in an all terrain vehicle.

Shopping for Bargains

Mexican arts and crafts are among the finest in the world, and Puerto Vallarta shops are well stocked with them. While in this exciting port, load up on papier mâché decorations, leather goods and rare skins, embroidered cotton blouses, original ceramics, local art and pre-Columbian replicas, and be sure to take home a bottle of Kahlua, the Mexican coffee liqueur. The bay was originally developed as a port to transport silver from nearby mines, and fine sterling silver jewelry still abounds at bargain prices in Puerto Vallarta. (Caution: Please shop at recommended stores for authentic .925 silver.) You will also find great prices on gold and jade jewelry.





One of the Largest Pacific Ocean port is also the gateway to some of the most fascinating and beautiful sightseeing in the country. Head north, through plantations where the air is perfumed with sugar cane and coffee, across mountain ridges overlooking beautiful Lake Atitlan. Or take a full-day tour from the coast. Cruise past volcano-guarded mountains, to the colonial capital of Antigua, where cobblestone streets and period architecture evoke the area's age-old Spanish colonial heritage.


  • Drive through lowland pastures admiring views of volcanoes all the way to this park, unique-of-its-kind in Guatemala. You can see different animals from all over the world. It's a real paradise for photographers.

  • Antigua is not only famous for its colonial charm but also for its great coffee. Several selections of coffee from the area have won international awards from companies such as Starbucks Coffee.

  • Los Tarrales is an excellent location for viewing species like the cinnamon hummingbird, pacific parakeet, orange-fronted parakeet, orange-chinned parakeet and white-bellied chachalacas and many other endemic species.

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss


La Antigua, Guatemala's colonial capital is a short drive from Puerto Quetzal, and well worth the visit. The charming town, located 4,500 feet above sea level, is also a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for both its colorful Spanish Mudéjar-influenced Baroque architecture and its many ruins of colonial churches. While relaxing around Antigua's popular Parque Central, visitors are afforded a view of many notable architectural landmarks as well as the spectacular natural beauty of the three major volcanoes that tower over the city's low skyline.


Shopping for Bargains

The busy central marketplace in La Antigua (known to locals as the Mercado) is a great place to observe local color and purchase fresh fruits and handicrafts from merchants dressed in the colorful costumes of their native towns. Other shopping can be found right on the shores of Lake Atitlan in San Lucas Toliman, one of the most commercially developed cities in the area.


Local Flavors

Guatemalan food is a tasty blend of Spanish, Indian and European influences?all with a typically spicy Central American flair. Try native favorites like Chiles Rellenos (stuffed peppers) or Chicken Pepian, where the bird is cooked in a delicious sauce made of pumpkin and sesame seeds. Then finish your meal off with a traditional dessert of Flan.





Tiny Puntarenas, on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, is situated between the volcanic beaches of the Golfo de Nicoya and some of the country's highest mountain peaks. Within a half-hour's drive from the port, tropical jungles give up their secrets to the casual observer. Trees flash with color as macaws, toucans and parakeets take flight, and howler monkeys scream in the distance. In the capital city of San Jose, you'll find museums, theaters and shops.


  • The scenery and wildlife along the Corobicí River are legendary. As you raft along this tranquil river, you might spot one of the more than 300 species of birds from the nearby Palo Verde National Park. The more commonly seen birds are ospreys, kingfishers, cormorants, and blue, tiger and boat-billed herons.

  • La Paz Waterfalls Gardens includes the butterfly observatory and Hummingbird Garden. It wouldn't be complete without a visit to the waterfalls. A suspended staircase creates a path along the vertical cliff face of the waterfalls, with well-placed platforms allowing you to witness the pristine waters.

  • Enjoy an exciting adventure in the natural wonderland of Costa Rica. Board the Pacific Rain Forest Aerial Tram to literally fly through the rainforest canopy and take an exhilarating jungle cruise on the Tárcoles River.

  • The Scarlet macaw symbolizes the exotic beauty of the tropics at its best. Visit this bird sanctuary where macaws fly free in the sky and above your head.

Other Fun Things to Do

  • Explore the largest crater and some of the most varied flora in the world on a breathtaking tour of Poas Volcano National Park.

  • Learn the techniques of coffee-farming, harvesting, milling and roasting. Then visit Pura Vida and enjoy the amazing views, including the tallest waterfall in Costa Rica.

Sporting Adventures

Spend the day river-rafting on the Corobici River and experience a fascinating look at Costa Rica's lush tropical jungles and unusual birds.

Shopping for Bargains

The port of Puntarenas was once the main port for coffee exported to England. Today, coffee continues to play an important role in this country's economy. Most visitors to Puntarenas will not want to leave without taking home the delicious flavor of Costa Rican coffee. Puntarenas offers wonderful arts-and-crafts shopping as well. Several craft stands are located ashore near the pier. The walk along the waterfront is pleasant, but be prepared to be approached by a variety of nonrecommended vendors selling local crafts and private tours.


In Sarchi, about one hour outside of San José, you will find many authentic arts and crafts including wood figures, carved walking canes, toys, leather goods, wall hangings and more. The villagers of Sarchi are famous for their hand-painted hardwood oxcarts, used since the beginning of the century to transport coffee and other products. In Sarchi, you can purchase miniature replicas and the colorful cartwheels of these carts, which visitors take home to use as decorative planters, bars or even as a living room or kitchen accent.





The canal is both an engineering marvel and one of the most significant waterways on earth. Stretching 50 miles from Panama City on the Pacific side to Colón on the Atlantic side, it provides passage for over 12,000 ocean-going vessels per year. Seeing your ship nudge its way through the narrow canal, with vast tracks of virgin jungle on both sides, is an unforgettable sight. Sure, it may take only a day to cruise the canal but the memory will last a lifetime.


The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss


While in Panama, be sure to pay a visit to the impressive Gatun Locks, where you can watch ships and tankers being lifted up 85 feet to the level of Lake Gatun. And bring your camera - you'll want to capture the amazing views that surround this engineering marvel. Also, if you love a good fortress (and who doesn't), you've got to check out Portobelo National Park. This charming bayside village is home to 16th- and 17th-century Spanish forts, ruins and treasure houses.


Sporting Adventures

Fish gotta swim, birds gotta fly… lucky for you, Panama offers amazing opportunities to observe each in their natural habitat. If you're a bird watcher, head to the village of Achiote, where you can attempt to name the hundreds of species that have taken up residence there. Or if you're somewhat of a fish yourself, Isla Grande is a popular spot for diving and surfing. Its white-sand beaches and turquoise waters make it ideal for sunbathing as well!

Shopping for Bargains

Two words: Duty Free. Colón is actually the largest duty-free zone in the Americas, so whatever's on your shopping list - you're bound to find it here! Be sure to check out The Colón Free Zone. It consists of 1,600 showrooms for wholesalers and retailers who travel here to purchase consumer goods at cost, but you may find some showrooms that welcome tourists as well. It's worth the trip just to take in the scene.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

Although American, French and Spanish cuisine is easy to find around Colón, you don't want to miss out on the hot and spicy local cooking. And remember, you're in a prime spot for fresh seafood, so take advantage. Try a regional specialty like Ceviche, a marinated fish dish. If seafood isn't your thing, order the Empanadas, turnovers filled with meat or cheese.





As the capital of Colón Province on Panama's central Caribbean coast, Colón lies at the very heart of the country's rich history and innovation. This important port town is less than an hour's drive from Panama's most historical attractions, so it's easy to fit in visits to sites like the Panama Railroad, Gatun Locks, and old Spanish fortress Fort San Lorenzo. And of course, crystal blue waters and pure white sand are always a sweet setting for a cruise vacation kick-off!


Portobelo will give you a glimpse into the rich history of the area once known as the Paradise for Pirates. Experieince the regions rich history with a visit to the Fort and its surroundings.





Cobbled streets, balconies with blooming bougainvillea, and pastel plazas make Cartagena one of Latin America's most photogenic cities. But it's not just another pretty seaport. Founded in 1533, this Spanish-Colonial city is steeped in history. Its location made it a popular port for plunderers and pirates. Today thrill-seekers will find a perfect mix of old and new with a twist of island attitude.


The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

You'll find signs of the city's pirating past on every corner. Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas, the city's largest fortress, built to fend off pillagers, is one of the most impressive and strongest ever created by the Spaniards in their colonies.

Other Fun Things to Do

  • Circle the city in a romantic horse-drawn carriage.

  • Check out the Museo de Oro y Arqueloguía and its fine collection of pottery and gold.

Sporting Adventures

Located between Panama and Venezuela, these warm waters are the perfect spot for fishing fanatics. Don't miss the opportunity to cast for blue marlin.


Shopping For Bargains

Cartagena is still a great place to find jewels and other treasures! And Las Bóvedas beckons. These old dungeons turned boutiques and souvenir shops are well worth the trip.


Get A Taste Of Local Flavors

Fusion fare is big throughout the city. You'll find quite a few options featuring creative delicacies combining tastes from around the world plus all the local favorites including plantains and coconut rice, and of course coffee.





Fort Lauderdale lies along the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the New River, 25 miles north of Miami. Its warm tropical weather attracts many people throughout the year. For sun-worshippers, the city has six miles of beaches. There are also many recreational waterways with extensive boating facilities, access to every conceivable watersport, a variety of fascinating museums and trendy restaurants, and an array of entertainment venues.


The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

People have been flocking to Fort Lauderdale's beaches for decades. And with good reason. Fort Lauderdale Beach is a two-mile strip of beautiful beach featuring the recently renovated Promenade, which offers all sorts of bars, restaurants and shops.

Other Fun Things to Do

  • Take a 30-minute airboat ride across the Everglades, one of the most breathtaking natural areas in America. Discover a variety of fish and birds that inhabit the area, and perhaps see the most famous Everglades inhabitant - the alligator. Enjoy Sawgrass Reptile Exhibit after your ride and take the opportunity to touch or possibly hold a small alligator. Discover the replica of a Seminole Indian village. See tropical birds, rare snakes, and even the endangered Florida panther.

  • Take a narrated drive through Port Everglades over the Intercoastal Waterway and along the famous Fort Lauderdale Beach.

  • Explore the International Swimming Hall of Fame, Las Olas Boulevard, the Riverwalk area and more. Stop and see Esplanade Park, the crossroads of the Center for Performing Arts and the Museum of Discovery and Science. Take a 90-minute Intercoastal Waterway cruise, and hear a lively commentary from the boat's captain on the history of the New River and Fort Lauderdale's historic sites.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

Fish is fresh and delicious in Florida. Grouper is probably the most popular choice and is served almost any way imaginable. You'll find it fried, broiled, sautéed, and even served with pasta. But a true Floridian staple is a fresh grouper sandwich and fries eaten outside by the water. It's hard to beat this old standby.

Destinations Nearby: Hollywood, Florida

Named one of Fodor's Best Beaches for Families, Hollywood South Beach features a boardwalk dotted with restaurants and six miles of white sand beach. North Beach boasts several unique eco-adventures including the Sea Turtle Hatchery. To venture into the Historic Downtown for a taste of Hollywood's distinctive flavor, simply hop on the Hollywood Trolley, which operates Wednesday through Sunday.


Genealogy Classes - Schedule & Descriptions


We have an awesome lineup of speakers this year:

  • Megan Smolenyak
  • Karen Clifford
  • Barbara Renick
  • Geoff Rasmussen
  • Randy Seaver
  • Steve Salisbury
  • Dave Berdan
  • Ken McGinnis
  • Luc Comeau
  • On many of the days at sea you will be able to attend genealogy classes taught by some of genealogy's leading speakers and educators. There will be a variety of genealogy and technology classes, as well as classes specific to Legacy Family Tree taught by its developers. You will learn a lot and best of all you will have a great time doing it.

    Class Descriptions (Note: Only those who book through us can attend the Legacy classes)

  • Eleven Layers of Online Searches by Barbara Renick
  • Genealogy Secrets by Karen Clifford
  • Trace Your Roots with DNA by Megan Smolenyak
  • Discovering Jane's Roots in California, Australia, and England by Randy Seaver
  • Legacy Family Tree for your Mobile Device and other Tips/Tricks by Geoff Rasmussen
  • Think You Know How to Search Library Catalogs? Think Again! by Barbara Renick
  • Left Only a Trace by Karen Clifford
  • Find That Obituary! Online Newspaper Research by Megan Smolenyak
  • Reporting with Legacy Family Tree by Dave Berdan
  • Fact or Fantasy by Karen Clifford
  • Solving Historical and Family Mysteries with DNA by Megan Smolenyak
  • Effective Sourcing and Documentation with Legacy by Geoff Rasmussen
  • First Do No Harm then Look for Confirming Evidence by Karen Clifford
  • Hey, America, Your Roots Are Showing by Megan Smolenyak
  • Keeping Your Legacy Clean: Effective Standardization and Cleanup Tools in Legacy by Ken McGinnis
  • Slow Down and Pick Up Speed by Karen Clifford
  • Giving Back: A Look at 13 Years of Genealogy Grants by Megan Smolenyak
  • Legacy Family Tree: Especially for Beginners by Geoff Rasmussen
  • Watch Geoff Live: Adding Original Source Documents to Legacy by Geoff Rasmussen
  • Digital Cemeteries and Mobile Apps by Geoff Rasmussen
  • plus small group Q/A sessions





    Frequently Asked Questions


    Q: I’m single and want to go on the cruise?

    A: No problem, just let us know as we have others just like you and we can assign you to other (same gender) to share a cabin with. This is a great way to meet new friends.


    Q: What is the travel insurance and do I need it?

    A: I don’t usually get it, but I’m a risk taker. If you are concerned that your health could cause you to miss the cruise then we highly recommend it.


    Q: Tell me about Celebrity's Millennium ship?

    A: You can take a virtual tour of the Millennium ship at Celebrity Cruise Line's website


    Q: What can we do when we reach each port?

    A: You name it and it’s probably available. Great shore excursions will be announced closer to the date of the cruise.


    Q: We are traveling with our family and would like pricing for 3rd and 4th guests in the cabin are they available.

    A: Yes, the pricing on the cabin category’s listed above with 3rd and 4th guest capability is subject to price change.



    Tours that are available through Celebrity Cruise Lines


    Click here to review the tours that are available through Celebrity Cruise Lines.




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    You are going to have a spectacular time.  This will truly be a dream vacation, a trip of a lifetime.  Bring lots of film so you can show your friends back home the unbelievable beauty and amazing history that you will be enjoying. You will have so much fun on your cruise, you'll want to tell everyone you know.  On this cruise, you'll enjoy one fun experience after another.




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    Check out our previous Legacy Genealogy Cruises


    If you would like to hear all about our first Legacy Genealogy Cruise in 2004 and see some of the fun pictures then click here.  In 2005 we went on an Eastern Caribbean cruise and in 2006 cruised to Alaska and then in 2007 enjoyed a 12 day Hawaiian cruise and in July of 2008 we had a remarkable 12 day cruise of a life time to the Baltic Capitals. We wrote all about our 2009 cruise to the Mediterranean here.  In 2010 we enjoyed a spectacular 13 day cruise from Australian to New Zealand.  In 2011 we did a 9 day cruise from New York up the East Coast into Canada.  We are looking forward to our 2012 cruises (that's right, two cruises) a British Isles and a Northern European.  The Panama Canal Cruise in 2013 will be our 11th Legacy Genealogy Cruise.

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