Get involved on a unique UFO cruise
ENJOY a fascinating cruise in the company of internationally renowned ufologist Gary Heseltine.
In a series of exclusive onboard events, you will join Gary (pictured right) as he gives a series of talks entitled "Proof Of Existence”, while fellow ufologists will be able to share their stories, photos and videos.
A welcome party and the chance to meet Gary will mark the start of a series of activities on board all geared towards ufology. We can't guarantee you'll see a UFO while on board - but you never know!
Gary is retiring in 2013 after 24 years’ police service, and in 2002 founded the PRUFOS (Police Reporting UFO Sightings) database which logs British police UFO sighting reports.
In 10 years of research he has amassed over 425 cases involving over 900 British police officers. He is the former editor of the online publication UFO Monthly.com as well as the former co-editor of UFO Data magazine.
In 2010 Gary was the recipient of the PRG Disclosure Award in Washington DC. And just recently at a convention in Liverpool, Gary's standing and reputation were further underlined when he was given the 2012 Exopolitics GB award for services to Ufology.
Recently Gary has become something of a TV celebrity, appearing twice on ITV's "This Morning" show to debate the whole issue of UFOs (see video below).
On board MSC Opera
Fine woodwork, marble floors and trimmings, acres of vibrant fabrics and panoramic windows with dramatic sea views, create the perfect environment for a memorable cruise experience aboard MSC Opera. Mix in fine Italian and international cuisine and excellent itineraries and you have something very special indeed.
With such a great itinerary on this cruise from Southampton, it’s fortunate that MSC Opera has plenty of open deck space and lots of spacious public rooms that help elevate watching the world go by into something rather special.
On board you’ll find that things have been done properly; MSC Opera features plenty of real wood and marble and rich,
traditional fabrics and trimmings abound. Her public areas boast a sweeping marble reception area and lovely open spaces with huge glass walls overlooking the sea. Indeed wherever you go, inside or on deck, you’ll find that a true sense of operatic grandeur and spaciousness prevails.
You’ll quickly find that MSC Opera has the all important ingredient that turns a good cruise ship into a great one: she has atmosphere. Sumptuous décor and fine facilities come as standard but above all, a cruise aboard MSC Opera is sociable and fun. All ages are generally represented and the crew, the officers, the entertainers and musicians work together to generate a fantastic atmosphere.