Escape from reality at the 4-Star St. James’s Club Morgan Bay - All-Inclusive Resort. Combining an elegant, but informal setting to offer everyone a high-quality all-inclusive Caribbean vacation in St. Lucia. The beautiful Caribbean island of St. Lucia will be the site of our Annual Winter Seminar. Beautiful scenery, excellent scuba diving and snorkeling, hikes through rain forests, biking, three types of fishing, whale watching, championship golf, sailing, tennis, kayaking, horseback riding, heritage tours, fantastic shopping, and much more await you on this wonderful island. Want to drive through a volcano or take a mud bath in mud warmed by a volcano? It’s all available!
About the Resort
Morgan Bay is a luxurious all-inclusive resort bodered by the palm- fringed Caribbean Sea. The resort is a short drive away from Castries, the capital of St. Lucia. Here laid back luxury and unhurried ambience blend with lavish accommodations, exciting activities, exhilarating water sports, delicious dining options, and international nightly entertainment offers something for everyone. All-inclusive means all meals, all drinks, all non-motorized water sports, and tennis are all included at no extra cost. Take a dip in one of seven swimming pools (including the Oasis Water Park with a 100-foot long waterslide), choose from four different gourmet restaurants and enjoy the fully-equipped fitness center and spa. Medical services are available 24-hours a day.
There are separate kids clubs for different age groups (2-4 years, 5-7 years, and 8-12 years) plus a separate teen center for age 13 and older kids. All of these feature water sports as well as activities such as craft making, dance classes, pool Olympics, themed dinner parties, and much more. A professionally staffed day care is available for infants and toddlers.
Other activities that are available at additional cost include tours, scuba diving, jet skiing, golfing, fishing, horseback riding, and other activities outside the hotels grounds. All of the newly-renovated guest rooms are air-conditioned, have private terraces, cable TV, telephones, safes, coffee makers, hair dryers, full-size ironing boards, irons. Room service is available.
About the Seminar
A total of 20 seminar hours will be offered. Our speakers, two of the best in their fields, will lecture on the latest information on newly evolving internal medicine and clinical cardiology.
Our first speaker is Gary Oswald, DVM, MS, DACVIM. He is the author of multiple veterinary articles and is currently the Department Head of Internal Medicine and department Co-Head of Emergency Services at Tampa Bay Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Care Center. He will lecture on the latest information on newly evolving internal medicine.
Our second speaker is Erin Anderson, VMD, MSc., DACVIM. In 2013, She became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. She will be speaking on clinical applications of what’s new in cardiology.
8-Day All-Inclusive Package
We accept credit cards. The prices below reflect the credit card prices. If you wish to pay by check, please deduct 3.5% from the prices listed.
Per person double occupancy:
$1,824.00 Deluxe Garden View
$1,925.00 Ocean View Room
$1,978.00 Premium Double Room
$2,056.00 Beachfront Room
$2,135.00 Deluxe Ocean View Room
$2,250.00 One Bedroom Ocean View Suite
$450.00 Children 2-11 years of age sharing a room with two adults
$50.00 Children under 2 years of age go at the price of transfers
Seminar registration fee is $299.00 for veterinarians and $150.00 for recent graduates, veterinary technicians and working spouses. This fee is applicable to those registered with the group. Seminar fee for those not registered with the group is $750.00. To hold your spot, please submit a deposit of $750.00 per person.
On February 16, 2019 participants will fly from various cities in the United States to St. Lucia.
A bus or van will transport participants from the airport to the hotel. Departure for home will be on February 23rd.
The seminar vacation package price includes accommodations, all transfers, service charges, taxes, baggage handling & gratuities, all meals (breakfast, lunch & diner), unlimited drinks, including liquor, beer, tropical coolers, house wines, soft drinks and all resort taxes, gratuities, service charges and all activities mentioned above.
It does not include airfare.
We can arrange airfares from any city or you may make your own air arrangements via the internet or using frequent flyer miles.
Contact and Registration
Please address any questions about the seminar to:
Dr. Theodore B. Robinson
P. O. Box 2154
Aston, PA 19014
Travel arrangements have been made through:
Unique Seminar Destinations
Richboro, PA 18954
Questions about accommodations or flights may be directed to them by calling: 215.357.6820 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please complete registration form and return it as soon as possible with the appropriate payment by check made payable Unique Seminar Destinations. Note on check PVMA Winter Seminar Vacation St. Lucia.
As group space is limited please act quickly to avoid disappointment!
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The Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association, and Unique Seminar Destinations and/or its agents, act only as agents for the client in all matters pertaining to travel. They assume no responsibility nor liability in connection with the service of any train, vessel, carriage, aircraft, motor or other conveyances which may be used, either wholly or in part, in the performance or its duty to the passenger; neither will it be responsible for any act, error, or omission, or any injury, loss, accident, delay or irregularity which may be occasioned by reason of any defect in any vehicle or through the neglect or default of any company or person engaged in conveying the passenger, or for any hotel proprietor, or hotel service, or for any other person engaged in carrying out the purpose of which tickets or coupons are issued. In the event it becomes necessary or advisable for the comfort or well being of the passengers, or for any reason whatsoever to alter the itinerary or arrangements, such alterations may be made without penalty to the operators. Additional expenses, if any, shall be borne by the passengers; conversely refund will be made to the passenger if any savings is effected thereby. The right is reserved to withdraw any or all tours should conditions warrant, also to decline to accept or retain any passengers as members of the tour.
All fares are subject to change do to space availability, fuel surcharges, tariff regulations, currency fluctuations, final itinerary and departure taxes.