Classic Italy and the Dalmatian Coast

Classic Italy and the Dalmatian Coast


NOTE: The estimated cost is $6995 per person double occupancy.  This registration deposit of $1,000 will hold your space; for full payment and more detail, please contact our office (800) 348-8441, by email at, or by Facebook
Dates: October 10 to October 22, 2019
18 hours of CME/CE continuing education hour/credits

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Dates: October 10 to October 22, 2019
18 hours of CME/CE continuing education hour/credits

The estimated cost is $6995 per person double occupancy

We have an exciting new conference planned!  Classic Italy and the Dalmatian Coast will be an enriching, luxurious voyage and we hope you can join us!

We’ll start with 3 nights in Venice at the 5-star Hotel Danieli. We then board the sailing ship, The WindSurf which is one of the WindStar’s yachts. Our 8 night cruise will make stops at Dubrovnik, Rovinj and Split along the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia, Kotor the capital and port city of Montenegro, Taormina, a beautiful perched city in Sicily, Sorrento and Rome. The conference ends in Rome and concludes when we disembark the ship.

The conference will provide 18 hours/credits of continuing education.

Included: transfers to and from the hotel and the ship in Venice and Rome. All meals aboard the ship, welcoming dinner and breakfasts in Venice, baggage handling, all lectures and presentations. Transfers to/from airports is included if registrants arrive on the group flight.

Not included: Air transportation, Shore excursions (many are offered as options, however, none are needed to see and explore the stops along the way. You can easily and comfortably go ashore and see the major sites)

We have a limited number of places available. If you would like to register, please call our office (800 348 8441) and we suggest you do so soon. Although the final cost has not been determined, if you are among the first to register there will be no increase in the cost of $6995 per person double occupancy.

We anticipate this will be sold out soon, so register today!

Rovinj, Croatia

The bell tower of St. Euphemia's church, which sits atop a large hill, can be seen from the sea as your ship approaches this small town on Croatia's coast. Narrow, winding cobblestone streets and lively markets enchant visitors. Beautiful Kuvi Bay and several beaches suitable for swimming are easy to get to if sun and sand are on your agenda.

Split is a busy port with numerous ferries operating to and from nearby islands. It is also a popular resort with beaches and pleasant promenades. Venetian, Gothic and Renaissance houses and several medieval churches add architectural interest. A must-see is the old town within Diocletian’s Palace.

This "Jewel of the Adriatic" on the Dalmatian Coast is rich in Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance architecture. The medieval Mediterranean city is encircled by 14th-century walls and massive guard towers, and the carefully preserved old town features marble-paved squares, cobbled streets and splendid churches, palaces, monasteries and fountains.

Kotor: Lying on the Montenegrin coast in the southern Adriatic, Kotor stands at the end of the deep, rugged Kotor Bay. Kotor has all the features of a typical Mediterranean town: narrow streets, small shops, antique monuments and picturesque buildings.

Taormina Sicily: This charming Sicilian town is set on a lush hillside that spills into the Mediterranean. Cruise passengers are shuttled uphill to the city's pedestrian-only streets, which are lined with cafes and candy shops. A major attraction is the Greek amphitheater, resting on a hillside and offering extraordinary views of Mount Etna and the Mediterranean. After strolling the streets, take a cable car down to Mazzaro Beach.

Sorrento: Sorrento claims one of the Amalfi Coast's most picturesque harbors. A number of great excursions are offered here. One of the best takes in the whispering groves of lemon trees along the Amalfi Drive, while another puts passengers aboard a hydrofoil to the serene and sunny island of Capri. Others choose the tour to Pompeii, the fascinating ruins of a city covered in lava and ash from the A.D. 79 eruption of Mount Vesuvius. And finally there is the bustling city of Naples, with a unique culture that the natives still hold strong.

Rome:  In the Eternal City of Rome, Italy you can explore some of the world's most famous churches, monuments and fountains: the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel, Vatican City, the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain (toss a coin in the fountain to ensure your return). Sip cappuccino at a cafe in a piazza or window-shop among the high-fashion boutiques of Via Condotti. Rome is served by the port city of Civitavecchia, located approximately 50 miles away.

The American Institute of Medical Education (AIMED) is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

The American Institute of Medical Education (AIMED) designates this live activity for a maximum of 18 AMA PRA Category I Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Application to NASW for our programs is on a per conference basis. We anticipate full approval from  the National Association of Social Workers provider #88-6589292 for 18 continuing education contact hours.

AIMED is approved/recognized by:

National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) Provider #5800

National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors  (NAADAC)  Provider #74093

California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP4359, for 18 maximum contact hours

Florida Dept of Professional Regulation 50-1958  

American Institute of Medical Education (AIMED), SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0328.