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|Newsletter April 2010|
Dear Dive & Adventure Buddies,
The Seven Seas begins it's last Raja Ampat cruise of the season, ending in Ambon in mid April & from there, she will relocate to Maumere for the Komodo & Alor season. There are still a few spots remaining during the best months to visit Komodo - book quickly to be sure of your spot!
CHRISTMAS ON THE SEVEN SEAS: WE STILL HAVE 12 SPACES REMAINING ON OUR CHRISTMAS CRUISE IN RAJA AMPAT, SORONG TO SORONG, 17-31 DECEMBER!!
Special Offers for 2011
New On Board:
The Seven Seas presents unique & beautiful jewelry made from "fossil coral"Our new management team, Karl & Linda, join the boat on 2 April. They will be introducing some new products on board, including some exciting shopping opportunities: a whole new line of clothing & jewelry, as well as offering courses to expand your diving experience and plans to produce a souvenir DVD video of your cruise. More details to follow - keep checking our website for the latest updates!
Seven Seas Batik
Batik-style button down shirts & sarongs feature a host of special marine designs, including mimic octopus, hammerheads and mandarinfish. Shirts are 100% cotton, pre-shrunk, fast-drying, wrinkle free and extremely durable - the perfect travel-wear during your cruise!
Seven Seas is now equipped with an AED
Banda School Kids Education Program - Help Change Lives ForeverAt the moment we sponsor over 50 under-privileged kids that otherwise would be growing up without an education. They all live on the slopes of a volcano in the Banda Islands. Most of them have lost parents and their families are squatters, not land owners. We are really opening up a whole new world to these kids and feel pretty good about the program and how it is all going.
Thanks to a generous donation from one of our guests, we are now able to start an extension of this program which will allow a very talented candidate from the group to go to university next year.
To have 1 child graduate with a degree in marine biology costs around $12,000 US from start to finish. This includes all accommodation, food, books ,computer and a trip back home each year. This also includes purchase of a bed and basic furniture for the room they will live in while attending university. Although we have almost half the necessary funds already, we still need to raise more money & all donations are greatly appreciated.
For further details about any subject raised in this newsletter or to make a donation to the Banda Education Program, please contact us via: [email protected]. We look forward to welcoming you (back) for (another) adventure aboard the Seven Seas!
The Seven Seas - Grahalia Tiying Gading 18, Suite 1 - Jl Tukad Pancoran
Panjer Denpasar 80225 - Bali - Indonesia