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The National Review 2009 Mediterranean Cruise.

Act today to join Karl Rove, John Bolton, Dick Morris, Cal Thomas , and a stunning ensemble of top conservative writers and experts on
The National Review 2009 Mediterranean Cruise.

Scheduled for July 8 - 18, aboard Holland America Line's luxurious MS Noordam, this affordable and special voyage of 10 glorious and sunny days will be the experience of a lifetime, and will take you to

Rome, Dubrovnik (Croatia), the Greek ports and isles of Corfu, Santorini,
and Piraeus, Ephesus (Turkey), and Messina (Sicily).

That spectacular itinerary is surpassed by the superior line-up of speakers who will be aboard the Noordam to participate in National Review's exclusive events. They'll indeed be joining us - and you! - for the entire ten-day journey on the beautiful Mediterranean:

Karl Rove, former top White House aide and renowned political strategist,

John Bolton, the brave former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations,

Dick Morris, the best-selling author and ace political analyst,

Cal Thomas, America's most widely syndicated columnist

Tony Blankley, respected syndicated columnist and Capitol Hill expert

Michael Novak, acclaimed author, philosopher, and social critic

Pete du Pont, former Delaware governor and influential conservative statesman

George Gilder, acclaimed author of Sexual Suicide and Wealth and Poverty

John Hillen, military / terrorism expert

Christina Hoff Sommers, author of Who Stole Feminism and The War Against Boys

Sally Satel, author of P.C. M.D.: How Political Correctness is Corrupting Medicine

Rich Lowry, National Review Editor and syndicated columnist

Jonah Goldberg, columnist, former National Review Online Editor, author of Liberal Fascism

Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review Online Editor and syndicated columnist

Kate O'Beirne, president of the National Review Institute

Jay Nordlinger, National Review Senior Editor

Ramesh Ponnuru, National Review Senior Editor

John O'Sullivan, National Review Editor-at-Large

Jason Steorts, National Review Managing Editor

Why would you sail with this impressive crew? Because this National Review cruise - as has been the case in all (over twenty!) of our previous seafaring ventures - will provide real and significant "quality time" to meet, dine, travel, and talk with these leading conservative figures.

This is for real. This is your chance to meet, schmooze and enjoy personal interaction with our special guest speakers - leading conservative figures you respect and admire, and have always wanted to meet (never mind travel with over Europe for 10 days!).

(See below on how to receive a complimentary $50 cabin credit when you sign up as part of this special offer to readers).

All-inclusive prices for this amazing voyage start at only $2,499 (per person, based on double occupancy) - and "single" staterooms start at just $3,499. Our prices include your cabin, port fees, gratuities, taxes, all meals, all ship events, and participation in all exclusive National Review function. Every stateroom on the Noordam is spacious, comfortable, and handsomely appointed (in addition, the ship is beautiful, the service superior, the excursions tremendously interesting, and the food sumptuous!

As a member of our group, in addition to a great cruise with an incredible itinerary, you will also enjoy the following exclusive events and highlights of our outstanding, forthcoming voyage:

  • six scintillating two-hour seminars where current events and trends are discussed by our guest speakers and NR's editors and;

  • three revelrous pool-side cocktail receptions;

  • two late-night "smokers" featuring complimentary world-class H. Upmann cigars and top-shelf cognac;

  • intimate dining on 2 or 3 evenings with guest speakers and NR editors.

You'll find complete information about this trip at our dedicated website. Go there right now to learn more and to apply.

Because we want to make sure you receive your gift for signing up as part of this special offer to readers, please simply type "Human Events" in the Special Requests and Notes field on our application page. That's all you need to do to receive your $50 cabin credit - use it for anything you want on board (limit one credit per cabin!).

Want to discuss the trip with a real person? Call The Cruise Authority at 1.800.707.1634 (open Eastern time Monday through Thursday, 9AM - 6PM, Friday 9AM - 5PM, Saturday and Sunday 11AM - 3PM). We're done many cruises with TCA - it is the epitome of professionalism, and the courteous staff there will provide you with excellent service and answer any question you may have (and even help you book flights to and from Europe). You can also email TCA at

Don't delay. Sign up while there is still time (and availability - you don't want to find that stateroom or category which fits your taste and budget has been sold out!). Act today by clicking here to reserve your affordable luxury cabin - and more importantly, to reserve your 10 days of special conservative camaraderie - for the National Review 2009 Mediterranean Cruise.

We look forward to sailing with you in July on the Mediterranean!

Jack Fowler
Publisher, National Review

P.S.: If you want to save money by sharing a cabin, we are happy to try to arrange a match. Contact The Cruise Authority at 1.800.707.1634 to discuss this affordable way to attend a great trip!

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