Tuesday, June 08, 2004

KIDS & COUSTEAU: Underscoring aquatic wonders of French Polynesia’s marine environment, Fort Lauderdale-based Radisson Seven Seas Cruises has hooked up in a joint venture learning program with Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society. Ambassadors of the Environment, optional at $50 per child, will run each summer aboard the 320-passenger Paul Gauguin, starting June 26. The Cousteau program, for ages nine to 15, focuses on marine and island ecosystems, emphasizing traditional Polynesian culture. During seven-night luxury voyages roundtrip from Papeete every Saturday, Ambassadors explore coral reefs, hike rainforest trails, visit ancient temples, see how black pearls and vanilla are cultivated, learn how to paddle outriggers from Polynesian youth, and more. For families, the Paul Gauguin now boasts 28 triples in categories C, D and E, with love seats accommodating average size adults. Categories B and above, and the ship’s wheelchair cabin continue using third berth rollaways. Per person fares from $3,145 include shipboard gratuities, wine with lunch and dinner, soft drinks throughout and an in-stateroom bar set-up. The June 26, July 3, 10, 17, 31 and Aug. 7 cruises also include free roundtrip economy airfare from 86 North American gateways.

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