Regent's 2008 Circles of Interest Touch on Art & Architecture

Regent Seven Seas Cruises will offer three Circles of Interest in 2008 focusing on art and architecture. Circles of Interest is Regent's enrichment program, which feature onboard or shore-side lectures, classes and seminars touching on an array of topics from cuisine to wellness.

The art and architecture Circles of Interest will be offered aboard select summer and fall voyages on Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Navigator. Lisa Hahn, president and founder of Art Horizons International, a special-interest tour company that provides journeys focusing on art, architecture and performing arts, will lead June 9, July 26 and September 9 voyages featuring artistic and architectural treasures n northern Europe, the Mediterranean, the Adriatic Coast, Greek Isles and northern Africa.

"Our 2008 art and architecture programs feature insightful perspectives on classic and contemporary art from world-class experts, plus an insider's view into the environments and experiences that influence the creative process," said Sophie Vlessing, Regent's vice president, marketing and guest strategy. Visit http://www.rssc.com. (DE)

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