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FINANCIAL THEME CRUISES BECOMING MORE POPULAR

 MIAMI, Feb. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Destinations are not the only reason to take a cruise in the '90s. Financial theme cruises are becoming more popular, providing passengers with an informative and useful shipboard activity as they sail to their next port-of-call.
 New Choices magazine, a national publication devoted to readers in the 50-plus age range, has recently joined forces with Miami-based The Cruise Line, Inc. to present its first financial seminar at sea. Entitled, "Smooth Sailing Into Your Financial Future," the seminar will be held aboard Celebrity Cruises five-star ship, the Horizon, from June 19-26, 1993, as she sails from New York to Bermuda.
 On the Horizon's two days at sea, Susan Pirard, vice president- Investments and planning consultant for Prudential Securities, will conduct a six-hour seminar designed to help mature adults plan for their pre-retirement and retirement years. Topics will include: the psychology of changing lifestyles, social security benefits, long term nursing and health care needs, tax laws covering lump sum distributions, replacing paychecks, the costs of investing and the risks and rewards of investing.
 "A cruise ship offers the perfect location for a financial seminar," says Larry Fishkin, president of The Cruise Line, Inc. "Passengers can enjoy all of the amenities of the cruise including fine dining, fabulous entertainment and attentive service, and still come away with useful information that may really make a difference in their lives. In addition, they have five full days in Bermuda to enjoy all of the island's pleasures."
 Richard Fontana, the publisher of New Choices, sees financial seminars at sea as a natural extension to the magazine's commitment to mature adults. "Since our audience is primarily pre-retirement and retirement age, we fell we can serve our readers by offering opportunities for learning and travel that will directly impact on their lives," said Fontana.
 For a free brochure on the New Choices, "Smooth Sailing Into Your Financial Future" cruise, call The Cruise Line, Inc., 800-777-0707 (U.S. and Canada) or write to: The Cruise Line, Inc., 4770 Biscayne Blvd., Penthouse 1-3, Miami, FL 33137.
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 /CONTACT: Donald Lansky, vice president of public relations of The Cruise Line, Inc., 800-777-0707, ext. 219/


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