In 1969, George and Vasos Papagapitos, two brothers from the Greek island of Rhodes, set out to reclaim the lost art of educational travel. The true voyager, they proposed, is an asker of questions — a seeker of connections between self and world. By marrying the goals of the university, the cultural foundation, and the museum with the pleasure of a cruise vacation, Travel Dynamics International created the very concept of the elegant study-voyage, establishing a type of trip simply unknown in the United States in 1969. Ever since, Travel Dynamics International has been a pioneer in cultural small-ship cruise expeditions, continually opening new destinations to American travelers, and creating itineraries that challenge its guests to think deeply, and admire graciously, with every step.
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