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Prevention and Management of Common Conditions in Primary Care: Cardiometabolic Diseases, Mental Health and Communications.

12-Night Best of Japan Cruise
Round-trip Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan
October 14 - 26, 2022

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<em>Celebrity Solstice</em>
Celebrity Solstice

COURSE CREDITS & HOURS

21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
21 ACPE Credits
21.0 Contact Hours
21 (part II) MOC points in medical knowledge in the American Board of Internal Medicine's (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program

COURSE FEES

$1,095.00 for Physicians, Psychiatrists, Pharmacists, & Attorneys
$850.00 for Physician Assistants & Nurse Practitioners
$695.00 for Nurses, Students & Others

TARGET AUDIENCE

Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists

PROGRAM PURPOSE

The purpose of these lectures is to provide an experienced clinician's perspective on the delivery of individualized, patient-centered care and to identify and treat important problems in primary care medical practice. Participants are expected to learn new skills and techniques in medical interviewing (e.g., taking appropriate sexual and spiritual histories), diagnostic reasoning (e.g., determining when to perform imaging studies in individuals with headache, appropriate diagnostic work-up of patients complaining of chronic fatigue), clinical skills (e.g., appropriate methods of determining accurate blood pressure readings), medication management (e.g., managing side effects of testosterone) and health counseling (e.g., encouraging proper dietary practices and exercise).

  • Obesity and Cardiometabolic Syndrome
    • Describe the pathophysiology of the cardiometabolic syndrome
  • The Mediterranean diet and other heart healthy diets
    • Describe the evidence supporting the beneficial effects of the Mediterranean diet. Confusion exits regarding optimal diets for the prevention of atherosclerosis.
  • Hypertension-new treatment recommendations
    • Outline the major changes in the new AHA/ACC guidelines regarding the treatment of hypertension
  • Erectile Dysfunction-The hard evidence
    • Explain the prevalence and the pathophysiology of erectile dysfunction.
    • Describe three treatment strategies for ED
  • Statin intolerance-the tricks of the trade
    • Describe the prevalence of statin intolerance Describe three treatment strategies for statin intolerance
  • Explain the pharmacologic mechanism of PCSK9 inhibitors in the treatment of hypercholesterolemia
  • Pre-Operative evaluation for noncardiac surgery
    • Explain the risk stratification for patients anticipating noncardiac surgery.
  • Congestive Heart Failure-Update
    • Describe a comprehensive and evidence-based approach to the medical management of congestive heart failure
  • Consider the use of new medications that significantly reduce mortality and morbidity due to heart failure
  • Health Promotion: Encouraging a Healthy Body, Mind, and Spirit
    • Assess the patient's current state of physical, psychological, and spiritual health.
  • Treatment of Migraine, Tension-Type, and Cluster Headaches
    • Effectively treat patients with migraine headache using non-pharmacologic means, abortive medications, and preventive medications.
    • Consider that tension-type and cluster headaches are discrete sub- types of headache, each of which requires a specific diagnostic approach
  • Diagnosing and Managing Depression: Overcoming the Blues
    • Sustain initial treatment for depression for six months after remission of symptoms to lower risk of relapse
    • Recognize that depression is a common, but often misdiagnosed illness, which can be treated effectively by primary care physicians using medical therapy, psychotherapy, and adjunctive treatment
    • Utilize the following adjunctive treatments where appropriate:
      • Patient education (“bibliotherapy”)
      • Diet (limit sugar, simple CHOs, caffeine)
      • Exercise (150 min/week)
      • Behavioral activation (pleasant activities)
      • Light (10,000 lux for 30 min daily)
      • Support (“iatrotherapy”)
      • Spirituality
  • Get Me Out of Here!: Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia in Primary Care
    • Elicit and assess symptoms of panic disorder and agoraphobia
    • Apply appropriate lifestyle modification and stress management skills, including muscle relaxation, breathing control, thought-stopping, and cognitive restructuring
  • Somatoform Disorders: Illness as a Way of Life
    • Recognize the key symptoms, signs, and clinical presentation of somatizing patients.
  • Communication: Becoming a Healer
    • Consider the clinician's role from the personal and psychosocial aspects of care their clinicians
  • The Faith Factor: Practicing Spiritually- Sensitive Care
    • Elicit a spiritual history in an ethically-appropriate manner. Spiritually-sensitive care enhances the clinician-patient relationship and may positively influence health care outcomes.
  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    PLEASE NOTE: To attend the conference, participants must book their cruise through Continuing Education, Inc.. This ensures our company can provide full conference services and complimentary social amenities to all meeting participants and their guests. Note also, that participants' family and friends are welcome to book within our group to take advantage of our typically excellent cruise rates. Thank you for your cooperation.
    BIAS FREE CME - No Commercial Support was provided for this CME activity.

    Faculty

    Dale A. Matthews, MD, FACP

    Dale A. Matthews, MD, FACP

    Dale A. Matthews, MD, FACP
    Associate Professor of Medicine (retired)
    Georgetown University School of Medicine
    Executive Healthcare Services (retired)

    Dale A. Matthews, MD, FACP has served on the faculties of Yale University, the University of Connecticut, and Georgetown University and has lectured at over 30 medical schools. He gives lectures on primary care general internal medicine, the doctor-patient relationship, and the psychological and spiritual dimensions of medicine, including the role of religion, faith, and prayer in clinical care. He is the author of The Faith Factor: Proof of the Healing Power of Prayer (Viking, 1998), a four-volume research work (The Faith Factor: An Annotated Bibliography of Clinical Research on Spiritual Subjects), three documentaries, and over 65 peer-reviewed scientific articles, book chapters, and other publications. Dr. Matthews is a graduate of Princeton (AB, cum laude, Romance Languages, 1976) and Duke University School of Medicine (1980). His internship and residency in internal medicine took place at the University of Connecticut (1980-3) and he completed the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar Program and Fellowship in Clinical Epidemiology at Yale (1983-5). In 1989, he was named the George Morris Piersol Teaching and Research Scholar of the American College of Physicians. He has received many awards for his compassionate patient care, including Washingtonian Magazine Top Doctor recognition. He has appeared on numerous television shows, including the Oprah Winfrey Show, Larry King Live, and Good Morning America. He lives in McLean, Virginia with his wife, Demetra, a certified public accountant. He has two adult children and three grandchildren. He enjoys family and church activities, Bible study and teaching, golf, baseball, piano, singing, songwriting, ballroom dancing, travel, and photography.

    George P. Rodgers, MD, MACC

    George P. Rodgers, MD, MACC

    Dr. Rodgers received the Distinguished Fellow of the American College of Cardiology Award in 2017

    Associate Professor of Medicine 
    Associate Chief of Cardiology 
    The University of Texas Dell Medical School
    Austin, TX.
     

    Dr. Rodgers is an Associate Professor of Medicine and the Associate Chief of Cardiology for Education at The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School. He led the development of the cardiovascular curriculum for the new medical school. Dr. Rodgers teaches medical students, residents and cardiology fellows on a regular basis. Beyond medical education, he has a particular interest in prevention the early detection of heart disease, team-based care and innovative value based care for the safety net population.

    Dr. Rodgers received his medical education at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. He completed his fellowship training in cardiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He began his cardiology practice in Austin in 1989. Dr. Rodgers has been very active in the American College of Cardiology over the last 25 years. He has served as the Chair of the Board of Governors, the Board of Trustees and as Co-chair Leadership Council of the Cardiovascular Team.

    He has also served on a number of other committees and writing groups within the College He received the Distinguished Fellow of the American College of Cardiology Award in 2017. This year he was awarded Master of the American College of Cardiology.

    Accreditation

     Joint Accreditation

    In support of improving patient care, Continuing Education, Inc./University at Sea® is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

     

    Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education

    Credit Designation for Physicians: Continuing Education, Inc. designates this live activity for 21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

     

    Osteopathic Physicians: This program is eligible for Category 2 credit with the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).

    US or Canadian Family Physicians: Please let us know if you require AAFP Prescribed Credits.

     

    ANCC

    Credit Designation for Nurses: Continuiung Education, Inc. designates this continuing nursing education activity for 21 contact hours.
    Accredited status does not imply endorsement by Continuing Education, Inc./University at Sea® or ANCC of any commercial products displayed or used with an activity.

    Nurse Practitioners: Can claim either ANCC Contact Hours or AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM as needed.  Pharmacology credits are identified on individual activities.

    ROYAL COLLEGE MOC

     

    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada:
    Through an agreement between the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, medical practitioners participating in the Royal College MOC Program may record completion of accredited activities registered under the ACCME’s “CME in Support of MOC” program in Section 3 of the Royal College’s MOC Program.

    College of Family Physicians of Canada

     

    College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC)
    The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) has a reciprocal credit reporting agreement with the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). Prescribed credits can be claimed as the equivalent number of certified credits, and Elective credits can be claimed as the equivalent number of non-certified credits.

    Members of the CFPC may claim up to 50 credits per five-year cycle from Physician's Recognition Award (PRA) Category 1 credits. Any additional credits are eligible as non-certified credits.

    Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education


    Credit Designation for Pharmacists: This knowledge-based activity is approved for 21 hours of pharmacy continuing education credit.

     MOC ABIM

    Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the evaluation component, enables the participant to earn up to 21 (part II) MOC points in medical knowledge in the American Board of Internal Medicine's (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. Participants will earn MOC points equivalent to the amount of CME credits claimed for the activity. It is the CME activity provider's responsibility to submit participant completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABIM MOC credit.

    ITINERARY

    DATE PORT OF CALL ARRIVE DEPART
    Fri Oct 14 Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan
    - 7:00 pm
    Sat Oct 15 Shimizu (Mt. Fuji), Japan
    7:00 am 3:00 pm
    Sun Oct 16 Osaka, Japan
    12:00 pm 11:59 pm
    Mon Oct 17 Kobe, Japan
    8:00 am -
    Tue Oct 18 Kobe, Japan
    - 6:00 pm
    Wed Oct 19 Hiroshima, Japan
    10:00 am 6:00 pm
    Thu Oct 20 *At Sea - Cruising
    - -
    Fri Oct 21 Busan (Pusan), South Korea
    7:00 am 5:00 pm
    Sat Oct 22 *At Sea - Cruising
    - -
    Sun Oct 23 Hakodate, Japan
    6:30 am 8:00 pm
    Mon Oct 24 Aomori, Japan
    7:00 am 6:00 pm
    Tue Oct 25 *At Sea - Cruising
    - -
    Wed Oct 26 Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan
    6:30 am -
    *Tentative course schedule, actual class times may differ.

    PORTS OF CALL

    Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan - Tokyo is a city that's unlike any other. For a first-time visitor, arriving in Japan's capital is an almost otherworldly experience. From a western point of view, there are few places on earth that are quite this foreign. The land of the rising sun is known for maintaining a wonderful balance of modernity and tradition, and nowhere is this harmonious contrast more apparent than in Tokyo. Japan's most populous city is made up of several districts that each have their own unique atmosphere, not dissimilar to New York City's boroughs. From the serene and traditional Ueno to the super-chic shopping districts of Harajuku and Aoyama to the pop culture and technology mecca of Akihabara, Tokyo really does have something for everyone. Be sure to take advantage of the city's supremely efficient public transportation system; no need to limit your time in Tokyo to a single district when the Metro allows you to travel between them with ease. But no matter where you are in the city, there are a few things that can always be found within walking distance: outstanding food, fascinating architecture, and exceedingly polite locals. To truly take in the scale of Tokyo, view this sprawling cityscape from above. While many tourists visit Tokyo Skytree or Tokyo Tower for a chance to see the skyline, more shrewd travelers tend to favor the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building's Observatory. Of course, a stay at the Ritz-Carlton also offers a spectacular view from the privacy of your room.

    Shimizu (Mt. Fuji), Japan - On clear days, particularly in winter, Mount Fuji (Fuji-san in Japanese) is visible from as far as Tokyo, 60 miles away. When Japan's highest mountain is capped with snow, it’s a picture-postcard perfect volcanic cone. One of the best-known symbols of Japan, this iconic mountain has been considered sacred since ancient times and was even forbidden to women until the early 1900s.

    Osaka, Japan - Burned and rebuilt time and again, the grandiose Osaka Castle is lasting testament to Japanese determination and distinctive pitched-roof design. In nearby Kyoto, ingenuity reigns in the careful construction of the "nightingale floors" in Nijo Castle, designed to squeak a warning of intruders long before the guards could make out their sihouettes in the dark.

    Kobe, Japan - Perched on a hillside overlooking the sea, Kobe is one of Japan's most attractive and cosmopolitan cities. Home of the heralded Kobe beef, this small city is easily navigated. Visit the Hatsukura Sake Brewery Museum for a tour or dine in one of the area's incredible restaurants.

    Hiroshima, Japan - Hiroshima is now defined as a beacon of peace and prides itself on its exceptional natural beauty. See more than 300 cherry blossom trees in bloom at Peace Memorial Park, journey to the breathtaking Itsukushima Shrine on Miyajima Island, and take time to sample "okonomiyaki"—a delicious example of Japanese soul food.

    At Sea - Cruising - Cruising

    Busan (Pusan), South Korea - Find stillness at some of the largest Korean Buddhist temples, including Beomeo-sa, first constructed in the year 678 and home to over one thousand monks-it also contains seven different registered national and cultural treasures. Near the port, explore the famous Jagalchi fish market or the city's renowned beach resorts. Journey to the Dongnae area to soak in the city's healing hot springs.

    Hakodate, Japan - Hakodate is perhaps the most underrated Japanese city between the trio of Nagasaki, Hiroshima, and Yokohama, but that’s a good thing. Exploring here is laid back, and the city teems with great views and international influence. The overlook from Mount Hakodate and the area’s fresh seafood in particular are certainly worth your while! Explore the Western-style forts of Motomachi, which is surrounded by 19th century-influenced architecture. They’re a symbol of the port’s openness during a time when Japan isolated itself from international trade. Take a romantic stroll at night while the trees glitter with string lights. No matter what you choose, there’s plenty to do in Hakodate, whether that’s savoring a traditional tea ceremony or seeing the cherry blossoms at Fort Goryokaku.

    Aomori, Japan - Aomori, a prefecture in the northern part of Japan’s main island of Honshu, is known for natural landscapes including volcanic mountain ranges. Towada-Hachimantai National Park, near the southern border, has hot springs, autumn foliage in Oirase Gorge, skiing at Mount Hakkōda and lava domes around Lake Towada. Aomori, the capital, is a laid-back port that hosts the Nebuta summer festival.

    Celebrity Solstice

    PLEASE NOTE: To attend the conference, participants must book their cruise through Continuing Education, Inc.. This ensures our company can provide full conference services and complimentary social amenities to all meeting participants and their guests. Note also, that participants' family and friends are welcome to book within our group to take advantage of our typically excellent cruise rates. Thank you for your cooperation.

    Register your interest and receive a full quote at 800-422-0711 (US/Can) or direct/int'l tel: +1-727-526-1571 or by registering online.
    STATEROOM DETAILS
    PRICING PER PERSON

    Prices below are for the full cruise including meals and evening entertainment

    Balcony

    Concierge Class, C2 Concierge Class (C2)
    Concierge Class staterooms are well-appointed, personal retreats located in some of the most-desirable locations on the ship. As a Concierge Class guest, your team of dedicated professionals will take care of all your vacation needs. From Priority Check-In — when you're greeted by your Concierge — to the moment you head back home, we're there to assist you. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft. 
    Call: 800-422-0711
    and we'll find the best value for you.
    Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda, 2B Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda (2B)
    Ample indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax in a spacious lounge and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day, enjoy fresh sea breezes, and soak in breathtaking sunsets. Each veranda stateroom includes world-class amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. From thoughtful in-room additions to personalized service, enjoy the signature touches you'll only find when you sail with Celebrity Cruises. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft. 
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    and we'll find the best value for you.
    Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda, 1A Balcony Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda (1A)
    Ample indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax in a spacious lounge and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day, enjoy fresh sea breezes, and soak in breathtaking sunsets. Each veranda stateroom includes world-class amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. From thoughtful in-room additions to personalized service, enjoy the signature touches you'll only find when you sail with Celebrity Cruises. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda, 1B Balcony Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda (1B)
    Ample indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax in a spacious lounge and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day, enjoy fresh sea breezes, and soak in breathtaking sunsets. Each veranda stateroom includes world-class amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. From thoughtful in-room additions to personalized service, enjoy the signature touches you'll only find when you sail with Celebrity Cruises. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda, 1C Balcony Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda (1C)
    Ample indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax in a spacious lounge and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day, enjoy fresh sea breezes, and soak in breathtaking sunsets. Each veranda stateroom includes world-class amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. From thoughtful in-room additions to personalized service, enjoy the signature touches you'll only find when you sail with Celebrity Cruises. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda, 2A Balcony Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda (2A)
    Ample indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax in a spacious lounge and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day, enjoy fresh sea breezes, and soak in breathtaking sunsets. Each veranda stateroom includes world-class amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. From thoughtful in-room additions to personalized service, enjoy the signature touches you'll only find when you sail with Celebrity Cruises. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    for Pricing
    Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda, 2C Balcony Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda (2C)
    Ample indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax in a spacious lounge and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day, enjoy fresh sea breezes, and soak in breathtaking sunsets. Each veranda stateroom includes world-class amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. From thoughtful in-room additions to personalized service, enjoy the signature touches you'll only find when you sail with Celebrity Cruises. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    for Pricing
    Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda, 2D Balcony Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda (2D)
    Ample indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax in a spacious lounge and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day, enjoy fresh sea breezes, and soak in breathtaking sunsets. Each veranda stateroom includes world-class amenities that all contribute to your modern luxury experience. From thoughtful in-room additions to personalized service, enjoy the signature touches you'll only find when you sail with Celebrity Cruises. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    AquaClass, A1 Balcony AquaClass (A1)
    Celebrity's AquaClass veranda staterooms are perfectly suited for those with a focus on wellness and pure relaxation. Enjoy luxurious spa elements infused into the stateroom experience, savor clean cuisine with priority seating at Blu restaurant, and escape to the Relaxation Room and Persian garden for stunning sea views. Relax with AquaSpa treatments arranged by your personal spa concierge and feel rejuvenated with wellness classes such as meditation and yoga. Stateroom: 191 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    AquaClass, A2 Balcony AquaClass (A2)
    Celebrity's AquaClass veranda staterooms are perfectly suited for those with a focus on wellness and pure relaxation. Enjoy luxurious spa elements infused into the stateroom experience, savor clean cuisine with priority seating at Blu restaurant, and escape to the Relaxation Room and Persian garden for stunning sea views. Relax with AquaSpa treatments arranged by your personal spa concierge and feel rejuvenated with wellness classes such as meditation and yoga. Stateroom: 191 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    Concierge Class, C1 Balcony Concierge Class (C1)
    Concierge Class staterooms are well-appointed, personal retreats located in some of the most-desirable locations on the ship. As a Concierge Class guest, your team of dedicated professionals will take care of all your vacation needs. From Priority Check-In — when you're greeted by your Concierge — to the moment you head back home, we're there to assist you. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    Concierge Class, C3 Balcony Concierge Class (C3)
    Concierge Class staterooms are well-appointed, personal retreats located in some of the most-desirable locations on the ship. As a Concierge Class guest, your team of dedicated professionals will take care of all your vacation needs. From Priority Check-In — when you're greeted by your Concierge — to the moment you head back home, we're there to assist you. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    Deluxe Veranda Stateroom, DV Balcony Deluxe Veranda Stateroom (DV)
    Ample indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax on your spacious veranda and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your luxury experience. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day and enjoy fresh sea breezes. Studio, 1 bath. 192 sqft. Larger veranda to stretch out even further.
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    Family Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda, FV Balcony Family Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda (FV)
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    Sunset Concierge Class, SC Balcony Sunset Concierge Class (SC)
    Little details make a world of difference, and now our meticulously thought out Concierge Class staterooms are even better. Featuring new services, amenities, and exclusive events, step inside and discover a space that is so much more than a room—it’s an experience. As a Concierge Class guest, your team of dedicated professionals will take care of all your vacation needs. Studio, 1 bath. Stateroom: 192 sqft. Veranda: 54 sqft. Aft-facing veranda: mesmerizing views. Priority Debarkation.
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    Sunset Veranda Stateroom, SV Balcony Sunset Veranda Stateroom (SV)
    Spacious staterooms located in the aft of the ship, each with its own extra-large private veranda to enjoy the beautiful sunsets. Stateroom: 194 sq. ft. Veranda: 54 sq. ft.
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    Prime Veranda Stateroom, V1 Balcony Prime Veranda Stateroom (V1)
    Indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax in a spacious stateroom and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your luxury experience. Prime Veranda staterooms are well-appointed, personal retreats located in the most-desirable locations on the ship. Studio, 1 bath. Stateroom: 192 sqft. Veranda: 54 sqft.
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    Veranda Stateroom, V2 Balcony Veranda Stateroom (V2)
    Indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax in a spacious stateroom and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your luxury experience. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day and enjoy fresh sea breezes. Studio, 1 bath. Stateroom: 192 sqft. Veranda: 54 sqft. Centrally located.
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    Obstructed Veranda Stateroom, V3 Balcony Obstructed Veranda Stateroom (V3)
    Indoor and outdoor space come together to create your private sanctuary at sea. Relax in a spacious stateroom and enjoy amenities that all contribute to your luxury experience. Your personal veranda lets you greet the day and enjoy fresh sea breezes. Studio, 1 bath. Stateroom: 192 sqft. Veranda: 54 sqft. Centrally Located.
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    Because this program is sailing soon, full payment of the fare is due at time of booking.

    3rd/4th in Stateroom - Please call to secure the best possible pricing

    Cruise pricing is presented per person, based double occupancy of the stateroom, per standard industry practice. Pricing presented above is listed accordingly to allow easy comparison for the stateroom categories displayed. Our agents always provide 'total cost' pricing disclosing all particulars before you make any commitment.

    COMPETITIVE PRICING PROMISE: We will match any price currently offered by the cruise line; this promise includes their short-term, promotional rates. As a value-added organizer of meetings at sea, however, we do not seek to compete with 'cruise discounters,' 'travel clubs,' or 'distressed inventory' sales operations.
    PRICING SUBJECT TO CHANGE: Because this sailing is departing soon, no fares are displayed above; Call us to request a quote of current, market rate fares. Those fares, the same as offered directly by the cruise line, are subject to change at any time until held with a deposit or full payment of the fare. Market rates are capacity and revenue controlled, do fluctuate, and can be withdrawn without notice.
    CANCELLATION PENALTY POLICY WILL APPLY: We recommend Travel Insurance to protect your investment from unexpected, late cancellations.
    Cruise Cancellation Policy:Late Cancellation policies vary by cruise line, itinerary and length of cruise. When reserving your stateroom, please congirm the policy applicable to this cruise with one of our agents.
    Course Fee Cancellation Policy: 30+ days before sailing date - 75% Refund ; 7-29 days before sailing date - 50% Refund; Less than 7 days before sailing date - No Refund
    FUEL SUPPLEMENT: During periods of unusual oil price volatility, cruiselines may implement a fuel surcharge at any time prior to sailing.

    Chubb Travel Protection Overview

    Please note, this insurance protection is available to the residents of the United States only,
    that coverage limits are per person and that limits can vary by State.

    Standard Plan Benefits Travel Basics Travel Essentials Travel Choice
    Trip Cancellation 100% of Trip Costs
    ($100,000 maximum)
    100% of Trip Costs
    ($100,000 maximum)
    100% of Trip Costs
    ($100,000 maximum)
    Trip Interruption 100% of Trip Costs
    ($100,000 maximum)
    150% of Trip Costs
    ($150,000 maximum)
    150% of Trip Costs
    ($150,000 maximum)
    Trip Interruption - Return Air Only $500 $750 $1,000
    Trip Delay $500 ($100 per day) $750 ($150 per day) $1,000 ($200 per day)
    Missed Connection NA $250 $500
    Baggage & Personal Effects $750 ($50 deductible) $1,000 $2,500
    Baggage Delay $200 $300 $500
    Accident & Sickness Medical Expense* $15,000 ($50 deductible) $25,000 $50,000
    Emergency Evacuation & Repatriation of Remains $150,000 $500,000 $1,000,000
    Accidental Death & Dismemberment NA $10,000 $50,000
    Assistance Services Included Included Included
    Additional Benefits (if purchased within 15 days of Initial Trip Payment; Day 1 is the date the Intial Trip Payment is made)
    Pre-Existing Medical Condition Exclusion Waiver Included Included Included
    Trip Cancellation/ Interruption due to Financial Default Included Included Included
    Accident Sickness Medical Expense Excess Coverage Primary Coverage Primary Coverage
    Baggage & Personal Effects Excess Coverage Excess Coverage Primary Coverage
    Flight Accident $25,000 $50,000 NA
    Missed Connection NA Additional $250 Included in base plan
    Optional Benefits (if selected byt the Applicant and required premium is paid)
    Medical Coverage Upgrade Included in base plan Included in base plan Additional $50,000
    including Emergency Evacuation* Additional $150,000 Additional $500,000 Included in base plan
    Car Rental Collision Coverage $35,000 ($250 Deductible) $35,000 ($250 Deductible) $35,000 ($250 Deductible)
    Flight Accident Amount selected up to $500,000 Amount selected up to $500,000 NA
    *Coverage, pricing and availability may vary by state
    *Additional Benefits change not available for CA, CO, KS, MN, MO, MT, NH, NY, PA, TX or WA residents at this time.


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    Before and After your cruise

    The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo

    Tokyo Midtown 9-7-1 Akasaka Minato-ku Tokyo, Japan

    A 5-Star Hotel in Tokyo

    The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo is wrapped in windows, perched above the skyline and deftly woven with elements of the East and West. Sleek lines and organic materials seamlessly merge with crystal and metal. Dining draws inspiration from Japanese tradition and collects Michelin stars along the way. Meanwhile, the 21,528-square-foot spa highlights timeless rituals in the pursuit of modern wellness. The result is a 5-star hotel that redefines luxury in Tokyo.

    • 360-degree panoramic vistas ot Tokyo
    • 247 elegant hotel rooms and suites
    • A magnificent sky lobby on the 45th floor
    • Award-winning, Michelin-starred dining
    • A 21,528-square-foot spa and fitness center
    • Stunning ballroom and wedding chapel

    The Westin Tokyo

    1 Chome-4-1 Mita, Meguro City, Tokyo 153-0062, Japan

    Revel in the Luxury of Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

    The Westin Tokyo welcomes you to the center of the most metropolitan city in Japan. Situated in the quiet, upscale area of Ebisu, yet still offering convenient access to the bustling Shibuya and Roppongi areas, this hotel is perfect for both business and leisure travelers.

    With its strategic location and thoughtful amenities, The Westin Tokyo proudly stands in the ranks of some of the best hotels in Tokyo. Our hospitality embodies a modern sophistication that stays true to traditional Japanese values. Classic European décor adorns each room, accompanied by the signature Heavenly® Bed to ensure you leave feeling better than when you arrived. Selected rooms and suites allow you to enjoy views of the iconic Tokyo Tower and to truly embrace the Japanese capital. Just minutes away from JR Ebisu Station, corporate offices, shopping and entertainment centers, The Westin Tokyo holds one of the best locations in the city, making it a simple decision when considering where to stay in Tokyo.

    Courtyard Tokyo Station

    2-1-3 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan

    Modern Hotel Living in the Heart of Tokyo

    Access Tokyo like a local at Courtyard Tokyo Station. Centrally located in downtown Tokyo, this hotel is perfect for any business traveler seeking comfort, convenience, and value. The nearby JR lines and Tokyo Station bullet trains provide easy access to the city and beyond.
    Hotel rooms include deluxe beds, flat-screen TVs, room service and well-lit desks. The outdoor seating area provides an enticing gathering spot for travelers to indulge in light refreshments of specialties from the street-level restaurant and cafe. Find everything you need to move forward in a hotel at Courtyard Tokyo Station.

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