We give a tremendous THANKS to Bob Iannacone for providing
the Grand Prizes for our summer raffles. If you're interested in
booking a cruise to anywhere in the world, please contact Bob at 626/808-3848 for more information.
CRUISE, February 2 - 9, 2007
The Hawaiian adventure began with a flight to Maui, where we boarded the luxurious Pride of Aloha. From Maui, we cruised to Honolulu, Kauai, Hilo, Kona, and back to Maui where we enjoyed a tour of a local botanical garden. Robert Currier gave talks about the Falstaff plays in his imitably witty style. Our cruise winner was Timothy Bricca.
MEXICAN RIVIERA CRUISE, January 27 - February
The MEXICAN RIVIERA CRUISE sailed from San Diego
where cruise-goers enjoyed dinner and a fantastic
performance of a Twyla Tharpe/Bob Dylan dance theatre
piece at the Old Globe Theatre.
The lucky 2005 Grand Prize Raffle winner was Dan
McCoy, who sent his wife Jennifer and her sister
Victoria on the cruise. Jennifer and Victoria were
joined by over 50 other Shakespeare enthusiasts,
our largest group ever. The Cruise explored Cabo
San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan. The weather
was exceptional as was the company of friends. Robert
and Lesley Currier gave shipboard talks about Shakespeare's
shipwrech plays, focusing on "The
Comedy of Errors," "Twelfth Night," and "The
Tempest." A grand time was had
MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE - October,
The MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE sailed October 29,
The lucky 2004 Grand Prize Raffle winner was Margaret
Keys who was accompanied on the cruise by her sister
and daughter. The Cruise explored the Western Mediterranean
including Genoa, Pompeii, Mallorca, Messina, Valencia,
Marseilles, Tunis (ancient Carthage) and Florence.
As always, Robert Currier gave shipboard talks about
Shakespeare, focusing on the plays set in the Western
ALASKAN CRUISE - May, 2004
The ALASKAN CRUISE sailed May 16, 2004. The
lucky 2003 Grand Prize Raffle winner was Andrea Wang
accompanied on the cruise by her husband Larry and
children Mark and Elyse. The Cruise explored Alaska's
inland passage including gold mining towns, glaciers
and tremendous wildlife. The journey home included
a stop at the lovely Canadian city of Victoria.
MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE - May,
The ALASKAN CRUISE sailed in May of 2003.
The lucky 2002 Grand Prize Raffle winners were Vito
and Katy Vanoni.
The Cruise started in Athens and went on to Ephesus
and Istanbul, heading back to Venice via Mykonos and
Dubrovnik. Shakespeare talks focused on the dozen
plays set in the cities visited on the trip. Upon
landing, the group spent two days in Verona.
- May 11, 2002
The BALTIC CRUISE sailed in May of
2002. The lucky 2001 Grand Prize Raffle winners were
Bob and Patti Marsh, parents of our own Technical
Director Ian Marsh. The Cruise started in London,
where the group visited the Globe Theatre and saw
plays. From Dover, the ship sailed to Amsterdam, through
the Kiel Canal, to East Germany, Stockholm, Helsinki
and on to St. Petersburg. On the return journey, it
stopped in the medieval town of Tallinn, Estonia before
heading to Copenhagen where there was a final banquet
dinner at Elsinore Castle.
Raffle winners and
participants from previous cruises, on the seas with
Contact Bob Iannacone at CruiseOne
at 415/ 454-0252 for more information.
Jim and Patricia Cooke
sailing the Baltic Sea along with Libby Dingeldein.
Katy and Vito Vanoni in Alaska.