Seabourn Pride Adds Bermuda Overnight

The Seabourn Pride will again host Seabourn Cruise Line's annual Great American Food & Wine Festival this fall while sailing from New England to the Caribbean. But this year, the itinerary has been changed to include an overnight stay at Bermuda. The 12-day cruise departs Oct. 29, 2006 from Gloucester, MA, with a complimentary transfer provided from Boston's Logan International Airport. In Bermuda, chef Judith Wadson will demonstrate local delicacies at an optional class at her restaurant. Aside from Bermuda, cruise ports of call include Norfolk, VA, Charleston, SC, and Amelia Island and Port Canaveral, FL. The cruise ends in Nassau, the Bahamas on Nov. 10. Along the way, guests will enjoy food and wine tastings, cooking demonstrations and signature dishes by chef and cookbook author Paulette Mitchell, as well as culinary excursions in ports of call. Nancy Bundt, a professional photographer with a focus on culinary subjects, will present images of foods traditional to the Atlantic seaboard of the U.S., as well as giving guests tips on digital photography. Visit [].


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