launches World Cruise Lecture Series

5th Jan 2010 launches World Cruise Lecture Series, one of the internet’s largest cruise sellers, announced today the launch of their virtual 2011 World Cruise Lecture Series. The virtual lecture series is designed to provide consumers with a unique venue to learn about the world cruise experience from the comfort of their own home. Eight different world cruises are available in 2011 including those offered on Holland America Line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Seabourn Cruises, Cunard Cruises, Silversea and Princess Cruises. The first world cruise consumer webinar is scheduled for January 7, 2010. The lecture series will begin with two world cruise overview presentations followed by individual seminars highlighting each of the individual world cruise departures.’s Virtual Cruise Lecture Series allows consumers to take a virtual tour of almost every aspect of the world cruise experience. Each presentation will describe in depth the itineraries, ship features and overall world cruise experience. “World cruises offer the most extraordinary itineraries. The 2011 full world cruises range 91 to 161 days, however shorter segments are available. The cruise experience differs widely from cruise line to cruise line and from ship to ship and this lecture series will allow consumers to learn all about the different world cruises, giving them the information needed to decide which cruise is best for them,” said Jeanne Wyndrum, senior vice-president,

Registration for these webinars is free. Those attending the webinars will be able to take advantage of special offers on the various world cruises. Consumers can view the presentation schedule and register for a seminar at


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