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Mediterranean cruise benefits Hawaiian Islands Land Trust
April 25, 2011 - Carla Tracy
Those of you who love the Mediterranean will want to hear about the 2012 cruise that will benefit Hawaii Coastal Land Trust.
“For the travelers among us, we have a journey planned that is truly a suite deal,” says Dale B. Bonar, executive director of HILT. “Indulge for a moment in the vision of touring vibrant seaside ports along the coasts of Spain, Morocco and Portugal aboard a luxuriously intimate six-star cruise ship, and in doing so, contributing to the conservation of Hawaii’s precious places. Just such an excursion is being coordinated by Kona resident and retired travel columnist Irene Croft, Jr. of ‘The Hawaii Connection, and you are invited.”
Please see the attached pdf file with all of the details for the “Spain, Morocco & Portugal” voyage of 11 nights on the intimate all-suite, ultra-luxury Silver Wind. It not only travels from the Canary Islands to Barcelona, but it also includes an exclusive post-cruise stop in Lisbon, Portugal. Cruise dates are Feb. 29 to March 16, 2012.
“For 20 years, Irene has been orchestrating deluxe worldwide journeys in benefit of more than a dozen Hawaii nonprofits, and the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust is pleased to have been selected as a partner in this prestigious group,” says Bonar. “This year Irene’s volunteer efforts will achieve the one-million-dollar milestone for donations to community organizations in our state.”
Participation is open to all friends and supporters of HILT.
“Included in each person’s fare is a $500 tax-deductible donation to our organization when you designate The Hawaiian Islands Land Trust as the beneficiary of your contribution upon registration for the cruise,” says Bonar. “One couple booked becomes a one thousand dollar contribution to the Land Trust. This opportunity benefits us all—think what we can do to help protect Hawaii's precious places with your support.”
For more information, view the attached pdf file or call Irene at (808)-324-1288.
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