How to Go on a Cruise With Jean-Michel Cousteau

Jean-Michel Cousteau gets up close and personal with a Hawksbill Turtle in Paupa New Guinea.
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One of the world’s foremost oceanographic experts is partnering with Crystal Cruises for a series of unique cruising experiences.

Jean-Michel Cousteau, the first son of ocean pioneer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, will join two sailings in the Caribbean this year.

The first will see Cousteau on Crystal Serenity on Oct. 27, sailing the “Amazon Escape” exploring the Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean and Old Bahama Channel.

The second sailing, on Crystal Esprit, will sail round trip from Marigot Bay through the “deep Caribbean,” according to the company.

“As a company, we call the waterways of this planet our home, and as such, are honored to welcome Mr. Cousteau for the first time aboard our ships to offer a glimpse into his fascinating work,” says Crystal Chairman, CEO and President Edie Rodriguez. “The sea is truly his heritage and he has dedicated his life to protecting it.  It is an extraordinary opportunity for our inquisitive guests to learn from Mr. Cousteau as they travel the seas together.”

Couseau will offer lectures, interactive presentations and a glimpse of his newest film.

— Caribbean Journal Staff

 

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