Cruise with Naturalist Jean-Michel Cousteau
When you think of sea explorers the first and only name that probably comes to mind is Jacques Cousteau. The French researcher changed the way we think of oceans and changed our understanding of the animals that inhabit the sea. His pioneering work is continued on by his first son Jean-Michel Cousteau and his Ocean Futures Society, a marine conservation and education organization that is fostering a conservation ethic, conducting research, and developing marine education programs.
Cousteau is truly a leader in his field and his knowledge is something that audiences worldwide seek out. You can learn firsthand from the legend aboard Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
In April, he helps end the 2007 World Cruise on a high note by joining the ship on the last segment, from Monte Carlo to Fort Lauderdale.
The 2007 Grand Asia Pacific Voyage begins with Cousteau aboard Seven Seas Mariner when she departs Seward for Osaka. The final cruise featuring Jean-Michel for the 2007 season will be our new Fiji to Papeete cruise on board Paul Gauguin departing November 18, 2007 and featuring the spectacular marine life of the South Pacific.
What an awesome opportunity!