Destination Area: Mediterranean Sea
Length: -355 NIGHTS
Vessel: Sea Cloud II


Departs:

Casablanca, Morocco on November 14, 2017

Returns:

Las Palmas - Gran Canary, Spain on November 24, 2016


Fare begins at $4,765. (if booked before 11/30/16) per passenger, double occupancy. Fare includes all meals, non-alcoholic beverages and on-board lectures. Shore excursions may be included in the fare.

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VISITING MOROCCO'S MYSTICAL CITIES AND THE MAGNIFICENT DIVERSITY OF THE CANARY ISLANDS - 7 PORT VISITS: 10 Night Voyage From Casablanca, Morocco to Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain

Sea Cloud II is a luxurious 3-masted Barque, spreading almost 30 thousand square feet of canvas in more than 20 sails. Sailing on her is an experienc ...

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  • Take pleasure in learning that Casablanca was accepted into UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2012
  • Casablanca is filled with Art Deco colonial buildings and is bustling with people and shops
  • In Agadir you can enter one of 5 vast gates where you can reach the lively medina with its numerous souks where you can bargain for Berber handicrafts/ leather goods/ silver jewelery and the famous argan oil
  • Walk around the Las Canadas Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) to see the high volcanic plateau at the foot of Mount Teide- the highest snow covered peak in Spain (12
  • 200 feet)
  • The Caldera de Taburiente in Santa Cruz towers above the north side of this island and has a diameter of 5.6 miles and is surrounded by crater walls more than 6
  • 500 feet high- one of the world's largest volcanic craters
  • Notice that San Sebastian is a truly mystical natural spectacle which has existed for millions of years
  • Observe that the island of Gran Canaria displays a huge variety of landscapes from rugged rock formations/ dense pine forests/ dry valleys with reservoirs in the interior/ lush vegetation/ shimmering dune landscapes and oddly shaped cliffs
  • Visit the historic old town to see the Santa Ana Cathedral.

Visiting Morocco's mystical cities and the magnificent diversity of the Canary Islands.

Casablanca, Morocco
The center of Casablanca is fairly impressive. It's brand new & modern, with big, lively boulevards, high, white, well-kept buildings. And it's clean and efficient. People visiting Casablanca as their first city in Northern Africa, could easily end up confused: There are few things here confirming the newcomers conception of the old Morocco. But for people having visited other parts of Morocco first, Casablanca is great! The city is modern in a Moroccan way, and an excellent example of the Moroccans capacity for taking charge of the future of their country.

At sea


Agadir, Morocco
The mild winter climate (January average midday temperature 20.5°C/69°F) and good beaches have made Agadir a major "winter sun" destination for Northern Europeans.

Agadir is an important fishing and commercial port. It is also a seaside resort with a long sandy beach. Because of its large buildings, wide roads, modern hotels, and European-style cafés, Agadir is not a typical city of traditional Morocco, but it is a modern, busy and dynamic town.


At sea


Arrecife, Spain
Arrecife is a city in the Canary Islands (Spain) situated in the east of the island of Lanzarote of which it has been the capital since 1852.

Points of interest include: Arrecife's town beach, Playa Reducto; Castillo Jose, a 17th century fortification which now houses a collection of modern art; Puente de Las Bolas, a bridge leading to the Castillo de San Gabriel; and Charco de San Gines, a man-made lagoon.


Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura, Spain


Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain


Santa Cruz, La Palma, Spain (overnight)


Santa Cruz, La Palma


San Sebastian, La Gomers, Spain (overnight)


San Sebastian de la Gomera, Spain
Made up of farmlands interlaced with mountains and a resdential setting, the port of this town is also located along the beach. The port of San sebastian de la Gomera also serves as a ferry for some of the other islands located within the Canary Island group.

Las Palmas - Gran Canary, Spain
Las Palmas is the capital (jointly with Santa Cruz) and the most populous city in the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands and the ninth largest city in Spain, with a population of 381,847 in 2009. It is the fifth most populous urban area in Spain with a population of around 700,000

Las Palmas, located on the main shipping routes between Europe and South America, plays host to thousands of ships from industrial freighters to fleets of pleasure yachts. Las Palmas has a metropolitan feel, extending to its various shopping and nightlife venues.

Las Palmas enjoy a subtropical climate, with mild to warm temperatures dominating throughout the year. According to a study carried out by Thomas Whitmore, director of research on climatology at Syracuse University in the United States, Las Palmas enjoys "the best climate in the world".


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