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Updated Fall 2021 Voyage Itinerary Announcement

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Mar 31, 2021


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Updated Fall 2021 Voyage Itinerary Announcement

After careful consideration and in consultation with key health and safety partners, Semester at Sea has changed the Fall 2021 voyage itinerary.

*The voyage start and end date remain the same: September 9, 2021 – December 22, 2021

  • Embark: Amsterdam, Netherlands
    • Reykjavik, Iceland
    • Gdansk, Poland
    • Stockholm, Sweden
    • Kiel Canal transit
    • Dublin, Ireland
    • Leixoes, Portugal
    • Casablanca, Morocco
    • Barcelona, Spain
    • Dubrovnik, Croatia
    • Piraeus, Greece
    • Haifa, Israel
    • Suez Canal transit
    • Mumbai, India
  • Disembark: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

About this itinerary:

    • These countries have a current internal vaccine distribution plan indicating a majority of their residents will be inoculated against COVID-19 in the coming months.
    • This itinerary has minimal visa requirements for most voyagers.
    • Our new plan has port stops in some of the most in-demand study abroad destinations, as well as cultural and religious diversity and rich educational and historical significance.
    • The close proximity of port calls in our new itinerary allows for flexibility should we need to adjust and reroute.
    • Our voyage features two exciting canal transits to enhance your sea days: Kiel Canal (61 miles) and Suez Canal (120 miles)

Questions about the updated Fall 2021 Voyage? Please contact a member of our admissions team.

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2 Comments

  1. Lori Goss Lawson
    April 1, 2021 at 4:11 pm

    Congrats on creating such an amazing itinerary. Looks fascinating and do-able. Will be crossing my fingers the a successful fall 2021 voyage and will spread the word far and wide!

  2. Alyssa Blocker
    April 4, 2021 at 8:58 pm

    This is amazing! Thanks for making a flexible and feasible voyage.

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