Continuing his seaborne adventures where Wavelengths left off, Professor Robert Lambert voyages on the Amsterdam, the Prinsendam, and the Constellation. Find out the skinny on shipboard life-lectures, meals, and on-shore travel adventures at such destinations as Cadiz, Oman, Athens, Naples, Quebec, and even Devil's Island. Dr. Lambert interviews World War II veterans well as such passengers as Peppermint-a post-menopausal former model who lost all sexual desires, only to have them rekindled by a sharply handsome, younger passenger. Or Joan, on her relenting quest for Mr. Right. Or Crol, a former member of the Dutch underground, whose parents sheltered Jews in their apartment during the Nazi occupation. With the price of a world cruise running around $45,000, the purchaser of this book might well save about $44,980 by consuming this book in the comfort of his or her armchair. Imagine, no tips or port taxes!