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Cruise that visits Israel, Egypt and Footsteps of Paul

Our May, 2012 and October, 2012 Christian Bible cruises include the Footsteps of Paul sites, Israel and Egypt. But, what makes them more unique is that they are deluxe teaching tours/cruises that are very inclusive. Most of the Christian cruises charge for tipping, onboard drinks, shore excursions and tours, transfers, taxes and of course any items of a personal nature like laundry. Our May, 2012 and October, 2012 Christian cruises to the Mediterranean and Footsteps of Paul sites are almost entirely inclusive! Not only do we sail aboard the newest, boutique cruise ships but we visit the best Biblical sites in the Mediterranean, and we include the shore tours on the visits we take to Bible based destinations. We also receive private teachings prior to the shore tours and during the shore tours.

We’ll be mentioning many more details once you received your confirmation packets, but first we want to call your attention “up front” to some unusual and welcome aspects of your cruise/tour that will add exceptional value to your experience.
 Gratuities on board the ship: the customary tips to wait-staff in the dining rooms and bars as well as those for housekeeping staff are already included.
 Complimentary beverages:
Bottled water, sodas, and specialty coffees and teas are yours for the asking.
The ship’s complimentary selected red and white wines de jour are poured at lunch and dinner for those who enjoy wine with their meals.
 Shuttles: Where available, complimentary shuttles to and from port communities are provided at no extra charge.
 Laundry: Rare is the ship that makes laundry facilities available for the passengers’ use, but you’ll have them on the Quest, free of charge. Even detergent!
 Ship-wide atmosphere of relaxed elegance:
 There are no “formal” nights.
 “Resort casual” is the recommended attire in all of the dining rooms. As Azamara advises, “You won’t find jeans, shorts, or flipflops in our dining rooms – but you won’t see tuxes or formal gowns either.” In the dining rooms, Azamara suggests, for women, dresses, skirts, slacks, and blouses; for men, slacks, sport coats, and collared shirts.”
 Azamara will provide you with a tote bag and complimentary use of an umbrella and binoculars.
 You’ll find Egyptian cotton bathrobes and slippers in your stateroom.
 You’ll be meeting at various times for exclusive Bible-centered teachings, praise and worship.
 Our group will usually be dining together at a time to be determined.

Although these events have expired, there are available Egypt tours in 2016. Contact Living Passages to be put on the mailing list for updates.

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