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India, Sri Lanka & Thailand – November 26-December 9, 2025

On Board Celebrity Millennium

Topics: OncologySexual Medicine

Departing November 26th, 2025 - December 9th, 2025

Embark on the journey of a lifetime as you set sail from the vibrant shores of India to the exotic wonders of Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Singapore. Experience the rich tapestry of cultures, from ancient temples, bustling markets and the futuristic skyline of Singapore. Indulge in tantalizing cuisine, immerse yourself in local traditions, and discover hidden gems at every port of call. Whether you’re exploring ancient ruins, lounging on pristine beaches, or marveling at modern marvels, this cruise promises an unforgettable adventure that will ignite your wanderlust and leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

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Faculty & Conference Details

Dr. Ted Jablonski

Dr. Ted Jablonski

Specialty:

Transgender Health & Sexual Medicine

About The Speaker

Dr. Ted Jablonski is an award-winning teaching family physician based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In addition to family medicine, Jablonski is Alberta medical lead for trans health e-referrals and Specialist link, while being medical consultant to Skipping Stone Foundation and cancer survivor OASIS program. He is medical director of Jablonski Health doing consultant work in sexual and transgender medicine for Southern Alberta for over two decades. He is also medical lead for after-hours care at Calgary Foothills Primary Care Network.

Ted is a sought-after speaker, trainer, media spokesperson and educator with many conference, radio, television and video credits. He is consistently amongst the highest rated speakers at the annual CFP Family Medical Forum.

Ted successfully ran, cycled and spoke across Canada in 2010 to raise awareness of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and the stigma of mental illness. “Dr. J” continues to moonlight as a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter with 10 indie CD releases, is a blog writer for The Medical Post, a published author and passionate emerging playwright.

Dr. Yolanda Madarnas

Dr. Yolanda Madarnas

Specialty:

Medical Oncology

About The Speaker

A native of Barcelona Spain, Yolanda moved to Montreal with her family at the time of Expo ’67. She grew up in the Eastern Townships and after graduating CEGEP at Champlain Regional College in Lennoxville QC, she moved to Barcelona in 1982 to attend medical school at the Universidad de Barcelona, her father’s alma mater. Family priorities brought her back to Montreal a few years later and she completed medical school at the Université de Montréal.

Yolanda moved to Toronto in 1990 for a rotating internship and worked in the GTA for a year as a general practitioner. She returned to the University of Toronto to train in internal medicine and medical oncology and also completed fellowships in breast cancer and clinical pharmacology. Yolanda moved to Kingston in 2000 and continues to provide care to individuals with breast cancer in south-eastern Ontario from the Dr. Douglas A. MacIntosh Cancer Clinic based at the Belleville General Hospital. Yolanda has acquired additional expertise in medical legal matters as a Physician Advisor at the Canadian Medical Protective Association and has most recently taken on a position as Investigating Coroner, acquiring additional skills in forensic medicine.

In her ‘non-doctor’ life Yolanda is a fused glass artist, having discovered this artform through courses at The Glass House in Kingston and Stained Glass Stuff in Ottawa. She bought a secondhand kiln in 2019, taking up warm glass in earnest during the pandemic, such that glass has become ‘therapy’ for her. She continues to learn new techniques to apply to her craft. She is a member of the Bath Artisans, the Greater Napanee & Area Arts Association and has recently been accepted into the Visual Artists of Gananoque and Area. Yolanda speaks French and Spanish, is married to an Italian pharmacist, and enjoys road trips in her yellow Mustang convertible, along with cooking and travelling.

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Specialty:

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About The Speaker

Speaker to be announced

CME Topics

Dr. Jablonski-

  • Transforming your practice: The Basics of Transgender Medicine
  • It’s All About the Hormones: A Review of Medical Transition
  • Give & Take: The Evolving World of Transgender Surgery
  • What’s UP and COMING - Men’s Sexual Health Update
  • Masculine Medicine – Putting the T Back in Testosterone
  • Getting interested and aroused - Women’s Sexual Health Update
  • The push and pull of sex in cancer survivors – what can we learn?
  • Physician, CHANGE! What we can do RIGHT NOW to improve our health and wellness

Dr. Madarnas-

  • Overview of current breast cancer management
  • What to keep on your radar when breast cancer patients are discharged
  • ‘So, you think this might be cancer’
  • Negligence and civil liability
  • Approach to College (and Hospital) complaints
  • Disclosing patient safety incidents
  • Some medical legal considerations in today’s complex healthcare environment
 

Cruise, Land, Resort must be booked through CME AWAY®.

This course is designed for family physicians, specialists, and allied health care professionals. The aim is to provide evidence-based material, as well as practical and relevant clinical pearls that will be easy to implement into one’s own medical practice. Conference attendees will be invited to complete a pre-course Needs Assessment to assist the faculty with the development of their presentations.

Conference Tuition Price
FP $1445
Specialist $1395
Resident, Retired, NP, RN, PA, Other $1245
Conference Tuition Book Before March 18th, 2025 Book After March 18th, 2025
FP $1295 $1445
Specialist $1295 $1445
Resident, Retired, NP, RN, PA, Other $1095 $1245

India, Sri Lanka & Thailand – November 26-December 9, 2025

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Sailing November 26th, 2025 - December 9th, 2025

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Faculty & CME Details

Dr. Ted Jablonski

Dr. Ted Jablonski

Specialty:

Transgender Health & Sexual Medicine

About The Speaker

Dr. Ted Jablonski is an award-winning teaching family physician based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In addition to family medicine, Jablonski is Alberta medical lead for trans health e-referrals and Specialist link, while being medical consultant to Skipping Stone Foundation and cancer survivor OASIS program. He is medical director of Jablonski Health doing consultant work in sexual and transgender medicine for Southern Alberta for over two decades. He is also medical lead for after-hours care at Calgary Foothills Primary Care Network.

Ted is a sought-after speaker, trainer, media spokesperson and educator with many conference, radio, television and video credits. He is consistently amongst the highest rated speakers at the annual CFP Family Medical Forum.

Ted successfully ran, cycled and spoke across Canada in 2010 to raise awareness of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and the stigma of mental illness. “Dr. J” continues to moonlight as a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter with 10 indie CD releases, is a blog writer for The Medical Post, a published author and passionate emerging playwright.

Dr. Yolanda Madarnas

Dr. Yolanda Madarnas

Specialty:

Medical Oncology

About The Speaker

A native of Barcelona Spain, Yolanda moved to Montreal with her family at the time of Expo ’67. She grew up in the Eastern Townships and after graduating CEGEP at Champlain Regional College in Lennoxville QC, she moved to Barcelona in 1982 to attend medical school at the Universidad de Barcelona, her father’s alma mater. Family priorities brought her back to Montreal a few years later and she completed medical school at the Université de Montréal.

Yolanda moved to Toronto in 1990 for a rotating internship and worked in the GTA for a year as a general practitioner. She returned to the University of Toronto to train in internal medicine and medical oncology and also completed fellowships in breast cancer and clinical pharmacology. Yolanda moved to Kingston in 2000 and continues to provide care to individuals with breast cancer in south-eastern Ontario from the Dr. Douglas A. MacIntosh Cancer Clinic based at the Belleville General Hospital. Yolanda has acquired additional expertise in medical legal matters as a Physician Advisor at the Canadian Medical Protective Association and has most recently taken on a position as Investigating Coroner, acquiring additional skills in forensic medicine.

In her ‘non-doctor’ life Yolanda is a fused glass artist, having discovered this artform through courses at The Glass House in Kingston and Stained Glass Stuff in Ottawa. She bought a secondhand kiln in 2019, taking up warm glass in earnest during the pandemic, such that glass has become ‘therapy’ for her. She continues to learn new techniques to apply to her craft. She is a member of the Bath Artisans, the Greater Napanee & Area Arts Association and has recently been accepted into the Visual Artists of Gananoque and Area. Yolanda speaks French and Spanish, is married to an Italian pharmacist, and enjoys road trips in her yellow Mustang convertible, along with cooking and travelling.

TBA

TBA

Specialty:

TBA

About The Speaker

Speaker to be announced

This course is designed for family physicians, specialists, and allied health care professionals. The aim is to provide evidence-based material, as well as practical and relevant clinical pearls that will be easy to implement into one’s own medical practice. Conference attendees will be invited to complete a pre-course Needs Assessment to assist the faculty with the development of their presentations.

Conference Tuition
Conference Tuition Book Before March 18th, 2025 Book After March 18th, 2025
FP $1045 $1195
Specialist $1045 $1195
Resident, Retired, NP, RN, PA, Other $845 $995

Venue Information

Embark on the journey of a lifetime as you set sail from the vibrant shores of India to the exotic wonders of Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Singapore. Experience the rich tapestry of cultures, from ancient temples, bustling markets and the futuristic skyline of Singapore. Indulge in tantalizing cuisine, immerse yourself in local traditions, and discover hidden gems at every port of call. Whether you’re exploring ancient ruins, lounging on pristine beaches, or marveling at modern marvels, this cruise promises an unforgettable adventure that will ignite your wanderlust and leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

Additional Noteworthy Features

Celebrity Millennium® is making even more waves in the cruise world with its breathtaking upgrades, and now as one of the first cruise ships in the world to receive a Four-Star Rating by Forbes Travel Guide. From adding brand new staterooms and elevating design concepts and technology across the ship to adding The Retreat®, an exclusive experience including The Retreat Sundeck and The Retreat Lounge, the change is phenomenal. These new venues combined with our award-winning Luminae are sure to please. Slip into new eXhale® bedding featuring Cashmere Mattresses that will surround you in luxury—literally. Marvel at completely new bathroom modernizations. Wine and dine in reimagined restaurants and lounges, including the main dining room, Oceanview Café, Sunset Bar, and Rendezvous Lounge. Surrender your senses in the newly redesigned spa. Shop in new retail boutiques. Change the way you experience the world aboard Celebrity Millennium. Celebrity Millennium is sailing with Starlink - the world’s most advanced broadband satellite internet - to bring you high-speed connectivity for a better onboard experience.

Itinerary & Schedule

Date Port / Location Arrival Time Departure Time Notes / Details
November 26th Mumbai (Bombay), India 5:00pm
November 27th Goa (Mormugao), India 9:00am 5:30pm
November 28th At Sea CME TBA
November 29th Cochin, India 7:00am 4:00pm
November 30th Colombo, Sri Lanka 3:00pm
December 1st Colombo, Sri Lanka 8:00pm
December 2nd Hambantota, Sri Lanka 7:00am 7:00pm
December 3rd At Sea CME TBA
December 4th At Sea CME TBA
December 5th Phuket, Thailand 9:00am 7:00pm
December 6th Penang, Malaysia 10:00am 6:00pm
December 7th Port Klang, Malaysia 9:00am 10:00pm
December 8th At Sea CME TBA
December 9th Singapore, Singapore 6:00am

Detailed Port Descriptions

Day 1 Mumbai ( Bombay ), India

Mumbai, a metropolis of almost 18 million people, ranges from upscale to urban, cosmopolitan to traditional, and is always fascinating. The city’s colonial heritage brings a wealth of diverse religious traditions together with Muslims, Zoroastrians, Christians and Hindus living side by side. This cultural hub enjoys a constant flow of music, dance, and drama. Mumbai is home to India’s thriving film industry. Most of the Bollywood films are produced here than anywhere. Head to the Prince of Wales Museum on your Mumbai cruise and discover some of India’s most fascinating historic treasures. Or venture to the Caves of Elephanta to explore Hindi craftsmanship. You can explore everything from exclusive international boutiques to small authentic markets. Visit the famous Mangaldas Market where you’ll find authentic Indian spices, fabrics, and antiques. And be sure to sample delicious exotic street foods like kebabs and vada pav.

Day 2 Goa ( Mormungao ), India

The magical state of Goa used to be an outpost of Portugal, so the palms on its beaches still sway with a certain Portuguese rhythm. The laid-back lifestyle in India's smallest, most prosperous state attracts many world travelers. You can explore world-heritage architecture, fragrant spice plantations, and cuisine that blends Portuguese technique with Indian flavors.

Day 3 At Sea

While at sea, take the time to recharge before the next adventure. Lounge by the pool, be spoiled at the spa, taste the delicacies or explore the venues on-board, until we arrive at the next amazing destination.

Day 4 Cochin, India

The "Queen of the Arabian Sea," Cochin is one of the finest natural harbors in the world. Once a hub for the India spice trade, this port city has welcomed traders and travelers to its shore for more than 600 years. As a result, you’ll find an interesting mix of cultural influences on your Cochin cruise. Stroll Fort Kochi beach at sunset, framed by the Chinese fishing nets, visit St. Francis Church, where Vasco de Gama was buried, or the 400-year old Paradesi Synagogue. And, take in a Kathakali dance performance that will leave you spellbound. You won’t have to look far for lovely keepsakes and souvenirs, Cochin street markets are brimming with wonderful spices, trinkets, and bright silks. Similar to its architecture, there’s also a variety of international cuisines to explore – from upscale European-style restaurants and wine bars to authentic Indian restaurants and fresh seafood at the outdoor restaurants on Tower Rd.

Days 5&6 Colombo, Sri Lanka

Old world meets new in the capital of Sri Lanka. Stroll past colonial architecture and lush gardens in the Fort district, shop a traditional marketplace in Pettah, then step into the modern era at Colombo's many stylish restaurants, galleries and museums. From the city, it's a short trip to visit an elephant orphanage or ornate Buddhist temple.

Day 7 Hambantota, Sri Lanka

On a cruise to Asia that stops in Hambantota, you’ll find dazzling exotic blooms at the Mirijjawila Botanic Gardens. Glide through the emerald-green winding waterways of the Walawe River on a rainforest safari where you can discover many varieties of mangroves, bird species, deer and water buffalo. Take in a cricket match at the town’s Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium, or join an adventurous trek to search for leopards and elephants in the wild in Yala National Park.

Day 8&9 At Sea

Day 10 Phuket, Thailand

Often called the "Pearl of the Orient," this northern gateway to Malaysia is the country's oldest British settlement. Although this city is best known for its breathtaking beaches, sites such as Khoo Kongsi, a well-preserved ancestral Chinese clan house, and the Butterfly Farm, the world’s first tropical live butterfly exhibition, must-sees on the list for this amazing destination. Also visit Kek Lok Si Temple, one of the finest Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia, featuring among other things, a tortoise sanctuary.

Day 11 Penang, Malaysia

Kagoshima is the southernmost city on Japan's bullet train network and the capital of Kagoshima Prefecture. The city is often compared with its Italian sister city, Naples, due to a similarly mild climate, streets lined with palm trees, and Sakurajima, Kagoshima's version of Vesuvius. Near port, find the fascinating Kagoshima aquarium, traditional Senganen Japanese gardens, museums, the Shiroyama mountain-top park with a view over the city, and Yakushima Island, a registered world heritage site. Plus, an abundance of hot springs, mud baths, and spas to promote serenity and relaxation.

Day 12 Port Klang, Malaysia

Less than an hour from the Port is bustling Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's modern capital city. It rose up from the forbidding jungle terrain to become one of the most fascinating architectural landscapes on earth. A blend of native Malaysian, Chinese Imperial, and European influences has created a city that is as breathtakingly beautiful as it is alive with culture. Replete with fine dining, a fertile arts community and plenty of nightlife, Kuala Lumpur has earned a reputation as a must-see world destination.

Day 13 At Sea

Day 14 Singapore, Singapore

At first glance, this diamond-shaped island just off the coast of Malaysia gleams with modernism and commercialism, making it seem more Western than Eastern. But as you continue to discover the city-state, you'll uncover the eclectic mix of cultures, religions, ancient treasures and British colonial impressions that give rise to a unique Singaporean identity. The cultural fusion is perhaps best expressed in Singapore's unofficial language, Singlish, a unique patois of English, Chinese and Malay. Today you will be disembarking Celebrity Millennium with beautiful memories from a trip of a lifetime.

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