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Old 08-21-2004, 10:44 AM
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From October 12 through 23, 2004, MS Europa, known as “the most beautiful cruise ship” in the world, will sail down the East Coast of the U.S, from Philadelphia to Nassau. While visiting some of America’s most appealing cities such as Philadelphia, Baltimore, Charleston, Savannah, Port Canaveral, Miami, Key West, and then Nassau, passengers will also be learning about some of the important contributions of dolphins.

Kirsten Kuhnert, the founder of Dolphin Aid will be aboard this cruise, accompanied by the prominent ambassadors of her aid organization, Prince Leopold of Bavaria, Hans-Joachim Stuck, and Rolf Milser. Dolphin Aid is an organization that helps special needs children and their families experience Dolphin Human Therapy - a program that enables children with mental, physical or psychological disabilities to find – with the help of dolphins – new directions in convalescence. The route of the cruise was carefully mapped to incorporate the interests of Dolphin Aid, since Key Largo is home to one of the centers where handicapped children undergo dolphin therapy.

Ms. Kuhnert will talk to Europa passengers about her experiences and successes since the founding of Dolphin Aid. Europa passengers will have the opportunity to visit the therapy center with Ms. Kuhnert and her prominent company. At the end of the cruise, the cruise chart will be lovingly decorated by the crew, and auctioned off to the guests for the benefit of Dolphin Aid.

In addition to the proceeds from the chart auction, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises business manager Wolfgang Coym will present a check of €10,000 (Euro) on behalf of Hapag-Lloyd to Dolphin Aid. Under the motto “Dolphins accompany our ship, we accompany Dolphin Aid,” Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has supported this German aid group for more than three years.
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From October 12 through 23, 2004, MS Europa, known as “the most beautiful cruise ship” in the world, will sail down the East Coast of the U.S, from Philadelphia to Nassau. While visiting some of America’s most appealing cities such as Philadelphia, Baltimore, Charleston, Savannah, Port Canaveral, Miami, Key West, and then Nassau, passengers will also be learning about some of the important contributions of dolphins.

Kirsten Kuhnert, the founder of Dolphin Aid will be aboard this cruise, accompanied by the prominent ambassadors of her aid organization, Prince Leopold of Bavaria, Hans-Joachim Stuck, and Rolf Milser. Dolphin Aid is an organization that helps special needs children and their families experience Dolphin Human Therapy - a program that enables children with mental, physical or psychological disabilities to find – with the help of dolphins – new directions in convalescence. The route of the cruise was carefully mapped to incorporate the interests of Dolphin Aid, since Key Largo is home to one of the centers where handicapped children undergo dolphin therapy.

Ms. Kuhnert will talk to Europa passengers about her experiences and successes since the founding of Dolphin Aid. Europa passengers will have the opportunity to visit the therapy center with Ms. Kuhnert and her prominent company. At the end of the cruise, the cruise chart will be lovingly decorated by the crew, and auctioned off to the guests for the benefit of Dolphin Aid.

In addition to the proceeds from the chart auction, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises business manager Wolfgang Coym will present a check of €10,000 (Euro) on behalf of Hapag-Lloyd to Dolphin Aid. Under the motto “Dolphins accompany our ship, we accompany Dolphin Aid,” Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has supported this German aid group for more than three years.
 
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