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Total Solar Eclipse Cruise to the Marquesas Islands & Tuamotus

Join Astronomy magazine Senior Editor Rich Talcott and MWT Associates on a cruise to the Marquesas Islands to watch the July 11, 2010, total solar eclipse.
Flowers on Nuku Hiva
Flowers on Nuku Hiva
Michael E. Bakich, Senior Editor
Cathedral on Nuku Hiva
Cathedral on Nuku Hiva
Michael E. Bakich, Senior Editor
Monument on Nuku Hiva
Monument on Nuku Hiva
Michael E. Bakich, Senior Editor
Astronomy magazine and MWT Associates invite you to join them on a cruise next year to view the grandeur of a total solar eclipse. Astronomy Senior Editor Rich Talcott will accompany the tour group, cruising to the Marquesas Islands to watch the July 11, 2010, total solar eclipse, which promises more than 4 minutes of totality. Scheduled for June 28-July 12, 2010, the tour boasts a 14-day voyage aboard the ship Aranui III.

Additionally, Talcott and photographer Dennis Mammana will provide an astronomical enrichment program and nightly stargazing deep in the Pacific.

The cruise includes:
  • Roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles
  • Airport/hotel/vessel transfers
  • One-night Papeete pre-cruise
  • 14-day voyage to the Marquesas aboard the ARANUI III
  • Complimentary shore excursions
  • Astronomical lecture program
  • Marquesan cultural program
  • All meals aboard the vessel
  • Complimentary wine served with lunch and dinner
  • Nightly stargazing parties
  • Complimentary gratuities to vessel staff
  • Detailed final documents
  • Optional Extensions: Bora Bora or Moorea
Hiva Oa
Hiva Oa
Michael E. Bakich, Senior Editor
For more information:
Contact:
MWT Associates, Inc.
1.877.707.7827
E-mail: tours@melitatrips.com
Web site: www.melitatrips.com

Picture-perfect morning on Tahiti

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