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Date Published: January 4, 2001
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ResidenSea Accepting Reservations
“The World” of ResidenSea -- the 40,000-ton 647-passenger condo-at-sea (the ship’s space ratio is an incredible 125 ft. per person) that’s scheduled for launch early next year, is now accepting reservations for the 88 guest suites that are marketed through Silversea (which is handling overall hotel operations as well as guest suite sales efforts).

All-inclusive fares range from $4,995 - $34,895 and depend on level of accommodation and itinerary. The rates, based per person, double occupancy, include roundtrip economy air from select North American gateway cities; all transfers; suite accommodations (more than 80% featuring private veranda); onboard meals; beverages, including an extensive list of wines, champagnes, spirits, sodas and bottled water throughout the ship; onboard gratuities and port charges.

One unique option is “Tailored Time Fares,” which allow guests to purchase blocks of days aboard the ship to be used at their discretion over a period of 24 months. The option is available in 30-, 60-, 100-, 200-, and 300-day blocks.

Throughout 2002, “The World” will continuously navigate the globe with 29 itineraries ranging from five to 17 days and calling for extended port stays of two to five days which allow guests to experience all of the sights, sounds and flavors of the world's most exciting port cities. Itineraries include stops at major world events, such as Carnival in Rio, The Cannes Film Festival, The Grand Prix of Monaco, and The British Open in Scotland.

For reservations and/or more information, please call 800-970-6601.
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