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Dick Eastman to be featured speaker on Legacy Cruise to Hawaii

Our upcoming Legacy Cruise to Hawaii just got better - irresistible perhaps. One of genealogy's biggest names will be our featured speaker - Dick Eastman!

Dick is the author of Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter, the leading newsletter for genealogy news and technology tips. For some 30+ years, he has been honing his vision of the future to improve our picture of the past. In the mid-1980s, Dick went knocking on the door of a rising internet star called CompuServe to propose a genealogy forum: a move by which he built a community of family historians over the next 14 years. At the same time, he preached the benefits of technology to an even wider audience of genealogists, including national and international genealogical organizations, and of course, GENTECH, an organization that helped him to spread his message.

Through his newsletter, Dick shares technology "finds" that can help both new and seasoned genealogists, as well as dethroning the scams and shams that can lead the unwary astry.

Genealogy Classes at Sea

Dick will join the Legacy Family Tree experts to present our best offerings of classes we've ever had. In additional to classes on using Legacy, Dick will present an outstanding offering of instruction on how technology aids genealogists.

12 Day Hawaii cruise from Vancouver, BC, Canada

Our 4th annual Legacy cruise will leave from Vancouver, BC on September 19, 2007 and visit Maui, Kauai, Hilo, Kona, and Honolulu. You'll see spectucular mountains, verdant forests, active volcanoes, and shimmering, thundering waterfalls. We want you to see the unsurpassed beauty of Hawaii in the grandest way possible. Your "Fun Ship" cruise visits four fascinating Hawaiian islands, with overnights in Honolulu and Maui. Bring lots of film so you can show your friends back home the unbelieveable beauty and amazing colors of Hawaii.


Prices begin at US $1140.38 per person, double occupancy, port charges, taxes and Legacy classes are included in the price.

  • Inside cabin at the rate of US $1140.38 per person.
  • Ocean view cabin at the rate of $1340.38 per person.
  • Balcony cabin at the rate of $1570.38 per person.

That's less than $100 a day for a vacation of a lifetime. You can't even get a hotel for that price. In fact, this entire vacation, which includes lodging, food, conference fees, etc., can be cheaper than a 3-4 day attendance at a national conference:

  • hotel - at least $100 a night
  • food - $30 a day (if you're trying to lose weight)
  • conference fees - $150-250


For more information, frequently asked questions, and reservations, visit Space is limited. Hope to see you there.


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