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Fall Foliage Cruise to Canada: The Carnival Line's Victory

Feel the allure of the sea as you step into Carnival Victory's Oceanic Hall- the ship's nine-story main atrium, featuring the Seventh Sea Bar. There are soaring glass elevators and a spectacular sky dome made of illuminated Tiffany-type glass, which creates a magical "window under the sea." The Victory is the newest, largest and most innovative ship in the Carnival fleet.

How does a 4, 5 or 7 day cruise from New York to Canada sound, with stops in Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John, New Brunswick? These trips include motor coach to the pier in New York from Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Cherry Hill, and Richmond. Sailing dates are scheduled for August 30, 2001 for the 4 day cruise, August 25 & September 3 for the 5-day trip, and September 8, 15, 22 and 29 for the spectacular 7 day "Fall Foliage Tour" up the New England coast to Canada.

There are plenty of activities for the entire family aboard the Victory including The South China Sea Club Casino, dancing at the Club Arctic, the state-of-the-art Nautica Spa, a beauty salon, four pools and seven whirlpools, youth programs at Camp Carrnival, and babysitting.

The savory continental cuisine includes wonderful meals such as grilled double lamb chops, grilled herb polenta, fresh scampi and mussels, and more, in your choice of an elegant or more casual dining atmosphere.

Cruise prices begin at $ 559. per person and up, depending on cruise duration and cabin choice. For more information, contact Carnival Cruise Line at 1-800-CARNIVAL or on-line at or contact you favorite travel agent. / Issue 17 - September 2067
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