I'll Take 'Baltic Treasures' for $9,356, Alex
Alex Trebek, charismatic host of the phenomenally successful television quiz show "Jeopardy!," will sail aboard the ultra luxury Seabourn Pride this summer as a part of the ship's "Dress Circle" enrichment program. The 14-day "Baltic Treasures" cruise, which sails roundtrip from London on June 19, 2005, visits a number of attractive cities including Warnemunde, Germany (for Berlin or Prague); Tallin, Estonia; Stockholm, Sweden and St. Petersburg, Russia, where the ship stays for three days.
It will be the second Seabourn cruise for Trebek, who is also a well-known geography buff and hosts the National Geographic Society's annual Geography Bee.
"Our guests really enjoyed traveling on Seabourn Spirit with Alex Trebek in the Mediterranean in 2003," said Seabourn president Deborah L. Natansohn. "I'm sure he'll add a lot of fun to the cruise in Scandinavia, too," she added, "but we may need to disqualify him from the Team Trivia contests we play on board!"
The two-week cruise is filled with unusual highlights, beginning with the fact that the intimate, 208-guest Seabourn Pride docks near the Tower Bridge in the heart of London. Three full days and two overnights in St. Petersburg afford Seabourn's guests ample opportunity to explore the city's historic, cultural and artistic riches and add a full-day tour to Moscow if they wish. A complimentary 'Exclusively Seabourn' shoreside experience will comprise a private reception and concert in the magnificent baroque Yusupov Palace. The ship also stays overnight in Stockholm, one of Northern Europe's most appealing capitals.
With Early Booking Savings of up to 25 percent, fares for the cruise start from $9,356 per person, based on double occupancy of a 277-square foot ocean- view suite. Past guests of Seabourn or any of the World's Leading Cruise Lines (Carnival, Costa, Cunard, Princess, Holland America and Windstar) qualify for Signature value Savings of 50 percent, with fares starting from $5,998 per person, double.