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MSF Cruise For a Cause®

Multiple Sclerosis Foundation is excited to announce its 2016

MSF Cruise for a Cause®, a seven-night awe-inspiring cruise departing from Seattle on May 20, 2016.

Sail with the MSF to Alaska, America’s final frontier. Explore some of the most exciting and scenic areas in North America onboard Celebrity Cruise Line's Solstice while attending one of our many motivating, educating and empowering programs presented by MS experts.

Take the opportunity to visit with old friends and make new ones as we navigate the Tracy Arm Fjord. See the Alaska wildlife as we visit Juneau. In Skagway, take a ride on the White Pass and Yukon Route Railway. Stroll through Ketchikan, Alaska’s first city and the salmon capital of the world. 

The early bird gets the best choice of staterooms – book early to assure a stateroom of choice on the 2016 MSF Cruise for a Cause®, a seven-night, cruise departing from Seattle on May 20, 2016, with stops in Ketchikan, Alaska; Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska; Juneau, Alaska; Skagway, Alaska; and Victoria, British Columbia.

For more information or to make a reservation, contact Gabriela Aragon at Aragon Travel by calling 1-888-408-4129 or 954-322-1030, or email

In order to participate in the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation's program aboard the ship, your stateroom must be booked through the group’s travel agency, Aragon Travel.

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  From our veteran cruisers: 

MSF cruises have more to offer people with MS. Anything else is just a cruise.

- Jim M.

It was more than I expected. I keep saying the word AWESOME.

- Jackie G.

Do it. Just do it. Find a way to do it.

- Lori L.

It's a once in a lifetime experience. You hear how other people do things, learn from their experiences and realize you aren't the only person going through something.

- Joy R.

We keep coming back. We always learn something new.

- Richard R. 



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