Legacy Genealogy Cruise 2012 announcement - British Isles - May 12-21, 2012
May 27, 2011
The 9th annual Legacy Genealogy Cruise, to be held May 12-21, 2012, starts and ends in Oslo, Norway, and visits the following ports: Le Havre (Paris), France; Cherbourg, France; Dublin, Ireland; Liverpool, England; and Edinburgh, Scotland. We will sail on Royal Caribbean's Vision of the Seas ship.
Attend our webinar, Crusing with Legacy Family Tree in 2012 on Friday, June 3 to have all your questions answered. Register here for the free event.
Experience the British Isles the way you've always dreamed
With so much for you to see and do, Northern Europe is an explorer's playground. Tour majestic castles and elegant grand residences. Stroll through historic town squares and world-class museums. Whatever you decide to do, one thing is certain - your Northern European cruise will be an unforgettable vacation.
On the days we are at sea attend the Legacy Family Tree genealogy classes and learn the real secrets to becoming an expert with Legacy and improving the way you do your research. Go home with the knowledge and tools you need to be more successful. You will be learning directly from the experts.
Vision of the Seas, like all Royal Caribbean ships, has cabins that have been designed with a spacious look and the ship’s public spaces are especially airy and bright. Radiance has 87 suites, including an Owner’s Suite, a Royal Family Suite Grand Oceanview Suites and Superior Oceanview Suites. There are 231 private balcony cabins, 496 ocean view cabins, and 327 inside cabins. Vision-class amenities include TV with closed-circuit and pay-for-view movies, safe, individual temperature controls, mini-bars, and hair-dryer.
The ShipShape Fitness Center & Spa has a full menu of revitalizing treatments and equipment for burning off calories. Workout areas have recumbent Life Cycles, Textrix step machines and virtual bikes, along with Cybex strength machines, treadmills, saunas and steam baths. The 35-person aerobics area has wrap-around windows for spectacular ocean views. There’s also Ping-Pong and Volleyball.
Vision of the Seas has beautiful onboard amenities too. There's the very soothing Day Spa, two pools, six whirlpools, and the Masquerade Theatre, which features nightly entertainment, like contemporary musical stage productions. And that's just the beginning of your cruise vacation.
- Rock-climbing wall
- Themed bars and lounges
- Casino RoyaleSM
- Stunning Centrum, an open atrium featuring shopping and more
- Indoor /outdoor pool in a Solarium with a sliding roof
- Outdoor pool
- 6 whirlpools
- Adventure Ocean® youth facilities
- Day Spa and Fitness Center
Reservations or questions
Prices begin at $1,275.47 per person, based on double occupancy. The price includes:
- genealogy classes
- shipboard accommodations
- ocean transportation
- some beverages
- most onboard entertainment
- port charges
- government fees and taxes
Airfare, gratuities and optional tours are extra.
Click here to securely book your cruise online.
To reserve a cabin, or ask questions, contact our travel agency, Trekalot, at 1-888-505-6997 or send an email to [email protected].
For class descriptions, frequently asked questions, descriptions of the places we'll visit, or pictures of our past cruises, visit http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/CruiseInfo_2012.asp.
I note you show PARIS on your map of mainland Europe, PARIS is in fact well inland from where you show it and NOT accessible by a cruise liner. I think this is misleading as is showubg the name PARIS in brackets after Le Havre in the text. You make matters worse by showing a picture of a green lawn and the Eiffel Tour in the background. I am sure you are not trying to deceive but in reality you are.
Posted by: Seth REEDER, Burgundy, France. (Legacy user). | May 28, 2011 at 12:46 AM
Hi I am a long term user of Legacy and live in Ireland. I think it is a real pity that the cruise does not call to Cobh in Cork Harbour Ireland which was the setting for thousands of emmigrants leaving Ireland for America. There is a wonderful Heritage centre commemorating the Great Famine as well as the Emmigrants leaving Ireland.I am sure many of those who will be on the cruise and have Irish ancestry would sadly miss this if they knew it existed.
Posted by: Declan Chalmers | May 28, 2011 at 07:09 AM
Seth - thanks for writing. The information about Paris came directly from the cruise line. My guess is that Paris is one of the optional excursions available from that port.
Posted by: Geoff Rasmussen | May 28, 2011 at 07:53 AM
Too bad the ship wasn't able to also stop in Belfast as it may have been beneficial to those whose ancestors came from what is now known as Northern Ireland like my ancestors did.
Posted by: Brenda Fairbairn | May 28, 2011 at 08:57 AM
You should do a cruise of just the British Islands!
Also why not run some classes whilst you are here. Or attend the "Who Do You Think You Are" Exhibition in February 2012 - biggest genealogical show in Europe - and support some of your European subscribers!
Posted by: Elaine | May 30, 2011 at 11:26 AM