Henley-Putnam University, in partnership with the Centre for Counterintelligence and Security Studies, announced it will sponsor the 2010 SpyCruise voyage, a national security educational and lecture seminar series. Henley-Putnam President Dr. Michael Corcoran will join retired experts from the CIA, FBI, DOD, RCMP, KGB, and renowned intelligence authors and historians as a featured speaker during the excursion.
SpyCruise was launched as an entertaining, unique opportunity for a private group to attend exclusive lectures on intelligence, counterintelligence, counterterrorism and national security issues. Each cruise has a different ship, a different destination and a different agenda.
Lectures and workshops are held on at-sea days during the cruise. The remainder of the time, participants can enjoy a vacation complete with excursions, destinations and all the amenities and activities offered by the ship.
This year’s SpyCruise topic is “Current & Future Threats: Policies, Problems, and Prescriptions.” Additional keynote speakers include: Porter Goss, former Director of the CIA; Gen. Michael Hayden, former Director of the CIA and NSA; Peter Brookes, Heritage Foundation Fellow, former CIA Operations Officer and Townhall Magazine contributing editor; Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, U.S. Army, retired; Michael Braun, retired DEA Operations Chief; Managing Partner, Spectre Group International; and Clare Lopez, retired CIA Operations Officer.
The 2010 voyage sets sail November 13-20, with a cruise to the Caribbean aboard the Holland American MS Eurodam. Destinations include Ft. Lauderdale, Turks & Caicos, San Juan, St. Thomas, and the Bahamas. Those interested in participating can make reservations by calling Diamond Fun Travel at 1.888.670.0008.
Details and base prices can be found here. Space is limited.