The Scandinavian Renaissance Vikings, Palaces and Private Collections: Sweden, Denmark, and Exclusive St. Petersburg August 22 - September 2, 2019
From medieval towns to the splendid Art Nouveau showcases and meticulously restored Palaces, there is a wealth of art, culture, and natural beauty in the region that makes Baltic Capitals shine like no place else. We begin with two nights at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm before we embark on the ultra-luxuriousSeabourn Ovation as we sail to the Baltic ports of Tallinn and Helsinki, with three days exploring the imperial grandeur and glamour of St. Petersburg, ending with two nights in Copenhagen, exploring Zealand’s rich Viking history.
Join fellow Dames and guests on this 12-Day all-inclusive journey; private tours with 20 or fewer participants are included in each iconic city with leading historians and guides.
Dolce Vita Meets Savoir-Vivre: Naples to Barcelona Aboard the Sea Cloud II October 18 - 26, 2019
Part of the unique appeal of the Sea Cloud II is that feeling of being amongst friends in such an intimate setting. Sailing with a maximum of 94 guests, the Sea Cloud II is a baroque of classic, elegant style, with an expansive space of four decks. We will begin in splendid Rome and travel to Naples and the Amalfi Coast, where we will sail to Sorrento, and then to Livorno (Tuscany and Florence), continuing with sophisticated calls along the Cote d' Azur visiting Monaco and Monte Carlo, Antibes France (St Paul De Vence), to Sète (the “Venice of the Languedoc”) ending our perfect voyage in Barcelona.
The River Becomes the Line: Basel to Berlin The 75th Anniversary of Victory in Europe Aboard the S.S. Antoinette April 25 - May 5, 2020
The Rhine, Germany’s longest river, is extravagant in both length and its mystique. Joining us from Basel, Switzerland to Berlin will be Dr. John Morrow, Franklin Professor of History at the University of Georgia, who will weave the intricate details and stories of the Allied struggle to reach and ultimately cross the Rhine. Our journey down the Rhine also includes visits to storybook villages, romantic hilltop castles built by tyrannical kings, and areas where hunter-gatherers settled 200,000 years before the Romans brought vineyard culture to the Rhine. We will have seven extraordinary days sailing from Basel to Cologne aboard Uniworld's state-of-the-art S.S. Antoinette. Sailing from Basel we will include Colmar,Strasbourg, Speyer, Rudesheim, Koblenz, and Cologne. From Cologne, we continue via high-speed rail to the iconic city of Berlin and spend three nights at the Rocco Forte Hotel de Rome, our home in Berlin as we immerse ourselves in the art, music, and history of this iconic city.