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    TravelQuest International and Sky & Telescope magazine invite you to join our Mediterranean Voyage to Totality, March 22 - April 3, 2006, for the 4-minute total eclipse of the Sun, March 29.

Our cruise aboard MSC Cruises' new Sinfonia, will begin and end in Genoa, Italy. Ports of call include Naples, with famous Mt. Vesuvius and ancient Pompeii; the mysterious island of Malta; Sicily; Tripoli to see the ancient Roman cities of Sabratha and Leptis Magna; Tobruk for the eclipse and the famous WW II battle site; and Alexandria/Cairo, Egypt for excursions to the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, and the famous Egyptian Museum of

 Antiquities. Add to all this a 4 minute land-based observation of the total solar eclipse, and you have a trip of a lifetime!

We will be joined by experienced Sky & Telescope editors who will provide ship-board astronomy lectures both leading up to, during, and following the eclipse.

The MSC Sinfonia is a new 1500-passenger, fully stabilized ship, featuring inside, outside and balcony staterooms, along with a multilingual Italian crew. The ship’s two restaurants, pizzeria and grill, shopping gallery, fitness and spa facilities, casino and Internet café means you will travel in style and comfort. And best of all, you unpack just once!

With this fantastic itinerary, and great viewing prospects for the longest total eclipse in recent years, this cruise will sell quickly. Make your reservation today by completing our Online Reservation Form for our 2006 Mediterranean Voyage to Totality.


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