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Since our inaugural voyage three decades ago, Century River Cruises has flourished into a premier cruise company, boasting six luxurious ships traversing the Yangtze River. Renowned for our superb quality and personalized service, Century Cruises sets the standard for excellence, rivaling the finest hotels in capital cities around the world. Century Cruises has earned prestigious accolades, including being named the Best Asia River Cruise Company for three consecutive years (2021, 2022, 2023).

The Perfect Century Cruises Experiences

Century Cruises has long being seeking to provide you, our guests, with the most enriching and luxurious cruises. From the first words spoken with our crew to a fond farewell at the end of the voyage, fulfilling your every want and need is our sincerest pleasure .

Join us to discover and experience the best life has to offer along the river on board Century ... then, return for more .

Group Intruduction

Chongqing Gaund Holdings Ltd,.Co
Chongqing Gaund Holding Group Ltd, Co. formerly known as Chongqing New Century Cruises Co., Ltd, is a listed company in the Shenzhen small and medium enterprise stock market., It features modern industrial development and high-tech innovation at it its core, combining financial investment as the basis of its chain of enterprises.

Chongqing Gaund Holding Group is guided by the latest scientific and technological innovations, based on new concept upgrade, management revolution and organizational reengineering, We expect to remain China's leading luxury river cruise line, gathering and focusing on resources and efforts to invest in high-end manufacturing, the latest high-tech agriculture and animal husbandry, artificial intelligence and health care, so as to bring the group onto a fast track of development .

The group has as its global headquarters about 33,000 sqm of grade A office building in Chongqing IFC center T5 in the CBD of Jiangbei district, building. a powerful headquarters in central and western China's only national strategic financial center with associated location and policy advantages .



Brand Attraction

Cruising along the Yangtze with the Century Fleet
The Best Way to Explore China’s Culture & Beauty

Chongqing Grand Century Cruises Ltd, formerly known as Century Cruises, a listed company in Shenzhen’s small and medium enterprise stock market, is the first stock in the Yangtze navigation industry and Yangtze cruises industry, the first stock in the Chongqing tourism industry as well as in nation-wide private tourism enterprises. Century Cruises is the only Yangtze river cruise line with a full industry chain integrated with self-design, construction, operation, catering and marketing, opening a new era of high-end luxury Yangtze cruises with high-tech, green and environmental protection, artificial intelligence and comfort. We lead a revolution striving to combine modern culture and leisure on our Yangtze Cruises, forging a true vacation destination. Century Cruises has become the largest local tour operator for China's inbound travel, as well asthe largest international cruising enterprise in China, boasting over 300,000 Yangtze cruise tourists annually, including over 100,000 foreign high-end inbound tourists. Century Cruises also has joined the European high-end river cruising market. Century Cruises has set an example for service and management standards for the Yangtze cruise industry.

Since it was established in 1992, Century Cruises has been following China's grand pace of reforming and opening up, and has acquired almost 30 years' experience operating in the industry. In future years, Century Cruises will maintain its leading place of developing large ships?, using core technology, providing high quality service and building a valuable brand with 12 cruise ships by making structural adjustments to capacity and innovating itinerary upgrades . Century Cruises will also be helping shape the river cruising industry in China and providing the greatest experiences for customers.



Unique Value

Pioneering Vision
The ultimate cruise experience blends elegant settings and extraordinary service on board with incredible natural surroundings ashore. The combination of Century Cruises’ years of experience in providing top-notch service and inspiring itineraries is paired with forward thinking and innovation. It has adopted new exciting amenities and developed vibration and noise reduction technologies as well eco-friendly features. We can always aim higher.

Century Cruises is setting a new standard in luxury river-cruising on the Yangtze: The new Century Glory was built with the most cutting-edge technology and intelligent energy efficiency management. It opens up a new era in terms of comfort, innovation and pioneering spirit by leading the development of the Yangtze river cruise industry.

CONTACT US:

Thank you for your interest in Century Cruises !
Please contact us with any questions or concerns at our following office location and info.:

Century Cruises Headquarters:

Address: 17th FL. Tower 5, Chongqing IFS, No.6 Qingyun Road,
                Jiangbei District, Chongqing, China 400023

Tel: 86-23-6294 9888

Fax:86-23-6294 9900

E-mail: sales@centuryrivercruises.com

MONEY ON BOARD

CHIT METHOD OF PAYMENT - There is no cash flow aboard Century cruises . For any purchase , you may simply sign a chit, and present your room key. It will be added to your fina l bill, which may be settled the final night or day on board. Payment may be made in any major currency, including Chinese Renminbi . All major credit cards and travelers checks are accepted .

CREDIT CARDS - For incidentals and gift shop purchases, we accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.

MONEY EXCHANGE - Century Cruises provides a money exchange service on board for various currencies to be exchanged into Renminbi (RMB), China 's local currency

TIPPING POLICY - There is an amount USD25pp/cruise which regards as a mandatory one-off service charge for passengers who will take the cruise along the Yangtze River. And to ensure that it would be benefited to the crew who will provide services to you onboard as well as good at the sustainable development of the Yangtze cruise industry. Century Cruises prides itself on its outstanding service. If you feel our services have met or exceeded your expectations, you may tip our service crew on the ship. Tipping is voluntary but would be much appreciate by the person who made your trip even more enjoyable and memorable. The general recommendation is $10.00-$15.00 per person, per day for the crew. At your discretion, you could also give some individual tips to the person who may have provided excellent services. Please be advised that the river guides do not share in the tips from the tip box. On land excursions, tipping local guides, drivers and boatmen, who are not Century Cruises employees, is also voluntary, with a suggested amount of $5.00 each.



WHAT'S INCLUDED AND WHAT'S NOT IN YOUR CRUISE FARE

Your cruise fare INCLUDES shipboard accommodations as booked, three meals daily (for cruises departing in the evening, dinner is not included the first night), lectures and entertainment, as well as the services of an experienced cruise director. Your cruise fare (“cruise only rate” does NOT include your air transportation and airport taxes , land excursions (rate listed separately) , transfers to/from the ship, and any other ground transportation , any designated overnight hotel stay prior to boarding the ship, passport, visa or vaccination fees, and personal travel i nsurance. In addition, any gratuities, bar purchases, items of a personal nature such as laundry , telephone and facsimiles, medical services, spa and beauty services are not included.

SMOKING POLICY - No smoking is permitted inside the ship. Smoking is only permitted on the outside observation deck.

TRAVEL INSURANCE - We recommended that you purchase travel insurance offered by your travel agent, tour operator, or insurance company, to cover cancellation/interruption, medical assistance and emergency services, baggage and/or personal property loss or delay , and legal assistance during the trip.

WHAT TO WEAR - Casual attire is recommended on board and ashore. For the captain's cocktail part y and farewell banquet, we suggest a jacket and tie for gentlemen, and dress pants for ladies. Please bring a sunhat and comfortable walking shoes. During the summer, sunscreen is also recommended.

PASSENGER CONTRACT TICKET: IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PASSENGERS

THIS DOCUMENT, INCLUDING ALL ITS TERMS, IS A LEGALLY BINDING CONTRACT ISSUED BY CENTURY CRUISES, INC., AND ITS ACCEPTANCE BY YOU IS A CONDITION PRECEDENT FOR CENTURY CRUISES, INC. TO PERMIT YOUR BOARDING OF THE SHIP FOR YOUR CRUISE. YOUR CRUISE IS SUBJECT TO THE IMPORTANT TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPEARING ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES. “YOU” REFERS TO ALL PERSONS, IN ANY CAPCITY, TRAVELING UNDER THIS CONTRACT AND INCLUDES THEIR HEIRS, SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST AND PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES.

NOTICE: YOUR ATTENTION IS ESPECIALLY DIRECTED TO CLAUSES 2, 5 AND 8 THROUGH 12, WHICH CONTAIN IMPORTANT LIMITATIONS ON THE RIGHTS OF PASSENGERS AND GUESTS TO ASSERT CLAIMS AGAINST CENTURY CRUISES, INC., CENTURY CRUISE LINES, THE VESSEL, THEIR AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, AND OTHERS, INCLUDING FORUM SELECTION, APPLICABLE LAW, AND WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL FOR CERTAIN CLAIMS.

This is the entire agreement and contract between Century Cruises, Inc. and Passenger or Guest relating to the subject matter herein and shall not be modified except in writing, signed by an officer or managing director of Century Cruises, Inc.

IMPORTANT TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT - READ CAREFULLY

In consideration of the receipt of the full cruise fare, Century Cruises, Inc. ("Century") agrees to transport Passenger on a voyage on and subject to the following terms and conditions:

1. Definitions and Scope of Agreement -

(a) Whenever the word "Century" is used in this Contract it shall mean and include, the Vessel, its owners, operators, employees, agents, charterers and tenders. The term "Passenger" shall include the plural where appropriate, and all persons or entities booking or purchasing passage and/or traveling under this Contract, including heirs, representatives and any accompanying minors. The masculine includes the feminine. “Guest” shall include all those traveling with Passenger have the same rights, responsibilities, restrictions and limitations as “Passenger” in this contract.

(b) The ticket issued is valid only for the person(s) named hereon as Passenger(s) and cannot be transferred or modified without Century's written consent. It supersedes all prior contracts and representations, whether oral or written. The acceptance or use of the ticket by the person(s) named hereon as Passengers or Guests shall be deemed acceptance and agreement by each of them to all of the terms and conditions of this Passage Contract.

(c) All rights, exemptions from liability, defenses and immunities of Century under this contract shall also be for the benefit of Century's facilities, whether at sea or ashore, servants, agents, managers, affiliated or related companies, suppliers, shipbuilders and manufacturers of component parts and independent contractors, including, but not limited to, shore excursion or tour operators, ship's physician, ship's nurse, retail shop personnel, health staff, and other concessionaires, who shall have no liability to the Passenger, either in contract or in tort, which is greater than or different from that of Century.

(d) This contract constitutes the entire agreement between Century and Guest and supersedes all other agreements, oral or written. Any alteration to any term of this contract must be in writing and expressly authorized by Century. Except as provided in Clause 12 below, should any provision of this contract be contrary to or invalid by virtue of the law of the jurisdiction in which this contract is sought to be enforced, or be so held by a Court of competent jurisdiction, such provision(s) shall be deemed to be severed from the Contract and of no effect and all remaining provisions herein shall be in full force and effect and constitute the Contract of Carriage.

2. Forum and Applicable Law for Litigation -

It is agreed by and between the Passenger and Century that all disputes and matters whatsoever arising under, in connection with or incident to this Contract or the Passenger's or Guest's cruise, including travel to and from the vessel. Any and all disputes, claims, or controversies whatsoever, other than for personal injury, illness or death of a Passenger or Guest, whether brought in personam or in rem, irrespective if based on contract, tort, statutory, constitutional or other legal rights, including but not limited to alleged violation of civil rights, discrimination, consumer or privacy laws, or for any losses, damages or expenses, relating to or in any way arising out of or connected with this Contract or Passenger's or Guest's cruise, no matter how described, pleaded or styled, between the Passenger or Guest and Century shall be tried to the Court without a jury.

3. Hazards and Requirements of Travel -

(a) The Passenger acknowledges a full understanding of the character of the Vessel and of cruising in China, and assumes all risks incident to travel and transportation and handling of Passengers and cargo. The Vessel may or may not carry a ship's physician or other medical personnel at the election of Century. While at sea or in port the availability of medical care may be limited or delayed. Passenger acknowledges that all or part of their voyage may be in areas where medical care and evacuation may not be available. Passenger agrees to indemnify and reimburse Century in the event Century elects to advance the cost of emergency medical care, including medical care provided ashore as well as transportation and/or lodging in connection therewith.

(b) Century's vessels visit numerous ports. Passengers assume responsibility for their own safety and Century cannot guarantee Passenger's safety at any time. Other governmental and tourist organizations regularly issue advisories and warnings to travelers and Century strongly recommends Passengers obtain and consider such information when making travel decisions. Century assumes no responsibility for gathering said information.

(c) Proper travel documentation is required at embarkation and throughout the cruise. Any passenger traveling without proper documentation will not be allowed to board the vessel and no refund of the cruise fare will be issued.

4. Travel Agent Status -

Any travel agent or sales agent utilized by the Passenger in connection with this contract is solely the agent of the Passenger and not Century. Century is not responsible for the financial condition or integrity of any travel agent utilized by Passenger. In the event that an agent shall fail to remit to Century any monies paid to the agent by Passenger, Passenger shall be and remain liable for the fare due to Century, regardless of whether liability is asserted before or after embarkation. Any refund made by Century to an agent on behalf of Passenger shall be deemed payment to Passenger, regardless whether the monies are delivered by the agent to Passenger. Receipt of this ticket contract, any other documentation or notification pertaining to the cruise by Passenger's travel agent shall constitute receipt by Passenger.

5. Baggage, Personal Property and Prohibited Material -

(a) Century shall not be liable for: (1) any loss or damage before baggage comes into Century's actual custody on board or after baggage leaves Century's actual custody on board, including, but not limited to, loss or damage by airlines or other transportation services; (2) any loss or damage of baggage while not in the actual possession, custody and control of Century; (3) damage due to wear, tear or normal usage; (4) any loss or damage of perishable items, medicine, liquor, cash, securities or other financial instruments; or (5) any loss or damage while in the custody and control of stevedores.

(b) It is stipulated and agreed that the aggregate value of Passenger's personal property, does not exceed $50 per passenger or bag with a maximum value of $100 per stateroom regardless of the number of occupants or bags and any liability of Century for any cause whatsoever with respect to said property shall not exceed this amount.

(c) ) No Passenger is permitted to bring on board the Vessel live animals (other than qualified service animals, with not less than 14 days advance written notice given to Century) weapons, firearms, ammunition, explosives or other dangerous goods without written permission from Century. Passenger will be solely responsible for any and all damage and/or loss caused by service animals.

(d) No cameras, computers, documents, gifts, household goods, jewelry, money, property of others, tools of trade, and/or valuables of any description including, but not limited to such articles shall be carried except at the Passenger’s or Guest’s sole risk and responsibility. The Passenger warrants that no such articles are contained in any item, receptacle or container presented by him/her as baggage hereunder, and if any such articles are shipped in the Passenger’s or Guest’s baggage in breach of this warranty, no liability for negligence, whether gross or ordinary, shall attach to Century for any loss or damage thereto

6. Century’s Right to Cancel -

Century has the right without previous notice to cancel this contract at the port of embarkation or any time during the voyage and shall thereupon return to the Passenger, if the Contract is completely canceled, his passage money, or, if the Contract is partially cancelled, a proportionate part thereof. Under such circumstances, Century shall have no further liability for damages or compensation of any kind.

7. Fitness to Travel and Special Needs

(a) The Passenger warrants that he/she and those traveling with him/her are physically fit to travel at the time of embarkation and is required to notify Century in writing at the time of booking the cruise (or immediately at any time thereafter if physical fitness changes) of any pre-cruise condition which may or will require medical treatment or attention during the cruise or any physical disability or medical condition which may require special assistance during the voyage. Failure to do so will release Century from any liability for loss, damages or other compensation arising from or related in any way to such disability or condition. Upon booking the cruise, passengers who have special needs are required to contact Century to discuss the details of their special needs. Century reserves the right to require that any Passenger, who is not self-sufficient, including any disabilities requiring any form of assistance whatsoever, be accompanied by an adult over 21 years of age, who is capable of and will assume total responsibility for providing the assistance required. Said travel companion shall take responsibility for any assistance needed during the voyage and in case of emergency. Passengers and Guests dependent on oxygen therapy must advise Century in writing, including supplying a doctor’s authorization permitting travel aboard ship, at the time of booking and must meet certain requirements prior to boarding the vessel, including supplying all oxygen needed for the voyage. Passengers and Guests acknowledge that they are required to and will bring sufficient quantities of their own medications and medical supplies for their entire trip throughout China

(b) Century and the Master of the Vessel each reserves the right to refuse passage, disembark or confine to a stateroom any Passenger whose physical or mental condition, or behavior would be considered in the sole opinion of the Captain and/or the Ship's Physician to constitute a risk to the Passenger's own well-being or that of any other Passenger or crew member. Century and the Master reserve the right to disembark any passenger whose behavior affects the comfort, enjoyment, safety or well being of other passengers or of any crew. Century will not board Passenger or Guest, who will have entered their third trimester of pregnancy by the first day of their voyage.

(c) Century’s Ship’s health clinic are run by a local Physician (doctor) who is an independent contractor, and Century does not control and is not responsible for the medical services provided by the Physician or his/her staff. The Ship’s health clinics have limited medical equipment, and not all medical conditions can be treated adequately on the ship. While every effort will be made to arrange for emergency treatment on shore when required, availability of medical care in ports along the cruise route may be limited, and in some areas non-existent. Treatment is accepted at the passenger’s own risk. Customary fees will apply, and medication is at additional cost.

8. Independent Contractors -

Passenger acknowledges that all shore excursions/tours (whether conducted in the water, on land or by air), airline flights and ground transportation, as well as the ship's physician, nurse and on board concessions are either operated by or performed by independent contractors. Century neither supervises nor controls their actions, nor makes any representation either expressed or implied as to their qualifications, expertise or suitability. Century, in allowing and arranging for the services called for by the physician or nurse, all on board concessions, all shore excursion/tour tickets, all pre and post cruise airline flights or other transportation off of the ship and its tenders, does so only as a convenience for the Passenger and Passengers are not obligated to use these services. Passenger agrees that Century assumes no responsibility, does not guarantee performance and in no event shall be liable for any negligent or intentional acts or omissions, loss, damage, injury or delay to Passenger and/or Passenger's baggage, property or effects in connection with said services. Passengers use the services of all independent contractors at the Passenger's sole risk. Independent contractors are entitled to make a proper charge for any service performed with respect to a Passenger.

9. Notice of Claim Requirements and Time Limitations on Passengers and Guests Claims Against Century

(a) Century shall not be liable for any claims whatsoever for personal injury, illness or death of the Passenger or Guest, unless full particulars, in writing, are given to Century within six (6) months (185 days) after the date of the injury, event, illness or death giving rise to the claim. Suit to recover on any such claim shall not be maintainable unless filed within one (1) calendar year after the date of the injury, event, illness or death, and unless served on Century within 120 days after filing. Passenger or Guest expressly waives all other potentially applicable state, federal or foreign limitations periods.

(b) Century shall not be liable for any claims whatsoever, other than for personal injury, illness or death of the Passenger or Guest, unless full particulars in writing are given to Century within thirty (30) days after the Passenger or Guest is landed from the Vessel or in the case the Voyage is abandoned, within thirty (30) days thereafter. Suit to recover on any claim whatsoever other than for personal injury, illness or death shall not be maintainable unless filed within six (6) months (185 days) after the date Passenger or Guest is landed from the Vessel or in the case the Voyage is abandoned, within six (6) months (185 days) thereafter, and unless served upon Century within 120 days after filing. Passenger and/or Guest expressly waives all other potentially applicable state, federal or foreign limitation periods for claims which, include but are not limited to, allegations concerning any and all civil rights, the ADA, trade practices and/or advertising.

10. Athens Convention Limitation of Passenger's and Guest's Claims

Century's vessels trade solely within the People's Republic of China. On cruises which neither embark, disembark nor call at any other international ports, Century shall be entitled to any and all liability limitations and immunities provided under the athens convention relating to the carriage of Passengers and their luggage regulations in China.

11. Limitations on Century's Liability

(a) Century shall not be liable to the Passenger or Guest for damages for emotional distress, mental suffering/anguish or psychological injury of any kind under any circumstances, except when such damages were caused by the actual negligence of Century and resulted from the same Passenger or Guest sustaining actual physical injury, or having been at actual risk of actual physical injury, or when such damages are found to be intentionally inflicted by Century.

(b) In consideration for the fare paid, it is agreed that Century shall not be held vicariously liable for the intentional or negligent acts of any persons not employed by Century, nor for any intentional or negligent acts of Century's employees committed while off duty or outside the course and scope of their employment.

(c) In consideration for the fare paid, it is agreed that Century shall have no liability as a consequence of passenger's use of ship's athletic or recreational equipment or as a consequence of passenger's decision to participate in any athletic or recreational activity or event.

(d) In addition to all the restrictions and exemptions from liability provided in this Contract, Century shall have the benefit of all statutes of China is providing for limitation and exoneration from liability and the procedures provided thereby, as well as all restrictions or exemptions from liability, when applicable, under the laws of any foreign nations. Nothing in this Contract is intended to nor shall it operate to limit or deprive Century or any such statutory limitation of or exoneration from liability under any applicable laws.

12. Class Action Waiver -

This contract provides for the exclusive resolution of disputes through individual legal action on Passenger's or Guest's own behalf instead of through any class action. Even if the applicable law provides otherwise, Passenger or Guest agrees that any arbitration or lawsuit against carrier whatsoever shall be litigated by Passenger or Guest individually and not as a member of any class or as part of a class action, and Passenger or Guest expressly agrees to waive any law entitling guest to participate in a class action. If for any reason this class action waiver is unenforceable as to any particular claim, then Passenger or Guest agree to litigate said claims without a jury in China local Court.

13. Fare Increases -

Century reserves the right to increase published fares without prior notice. In the event of an increase, the Passenger has the option of accepting the increased fare or canceling reservations without penalty.

14. Cancellations

Reservations will be held until 30 minutes prior to departure. No refunds will be made in the event of "no shows", unused tickets, lost tickets, interruptions, partially used tickets, or cancellations received late or after the start of the cruise. A cancellation occurs when a stateroom is released and not simultaneously rebooked on the same sailing. Century strongly recommends the purchase of trip cancellation insurance from your travel agent. Cancellation charges for individual bookings will result in loss of deposit. For cancellation charges related to group bookings, partial ship charters or full ship charters refer to your charter contract or group booking agreement for terms and conditions.

Cancellation by Passenger:
Passengers who cancel for any reason will be subject to the following cancellation fees:

Days before the cruise departure date Fee (per person)
60 or more No Charge
60 - 45 days $200
From 45 through 30 days (inclusive) 50% of total reservation amount
From 30 days or less No Refund
No-show: No refund

There is no refund for voluntary of involuntary termination by the passenger of a cruise in progress. Name changes and departure date changes are considered reservation cancellations and are subject to the above cancellation fees.

15. Liberties of Century and its Ships ?

(a) The Vessel shall be entitled to leave and enter ports with or without pilots or tugs, to tow and assist other vessels in any circumstances, to return to or enter any port at the Master's discretion and for any purpose and to deviate in any direction or for any purpose from the direct or usual course, and to omit or change any or all port calls, arrival or departure times, with or without notice, for any reason whatsoever, including but not limited to safety, security, adverse weather, strikes, tides, hostilities, emergency debarkations of Passengers or crew, or late air, sea, car or motor coach departures or arrivals, all such deviations being considered as forming part of and included in the proposed voyage. Century shall have no liability for any compensation or other damages in such circumstances.

(b) If the performance of the proposed voyage is hindered or prevented by war, hostilities, blockage, ice, labor conflicts, strikes on board or ashore, restraint of Princes, seizure under legal process, breakdown of the Vessel, congestion, docking difficulties or any other cause whatsoever or if Century or the Master considers that for any reason whatsoever, proceeding to, attempting to enter, or entering or remaining at the port of Passenger's destination may expose the Vessel to risk or loss or damage or be likely to delay her, the Passenger and his baggage may be landed at the port of embarkation or at any port or place at which the Vessel may call, at which time the responsibility of Century shall cease and this contract shall be deemed to have been fully performed, or if the Passenger has not embarked, Century may cancel the proposed voyage without liability to refund passage money or fares paid in advance.

(c) Century reserves the right to use any substitute ship in the performance of this contract.

16. Conduct of Passengers and Guests ?

(a) Passenger/Guest agrees during the course of the voyage to follow the directions of the Vessel's Master, and his authorized officers..

(b) Passengers and Guests agree, in all ports of call, to return to the Vessel not less than 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time unless directed otherwise by the Vessel's Crew. Passenger/Guest further acknowledges that shipboard and shore side clocks may have different times, but it is Passenger's/Guest's responsibility to return to the vessel so as not to miss vessel's departure. Any costs associated with transporting Passenger or Guest to rejoin the vessel including, but not limited to, governmental fees, visa fees, subsistence, lodging, air fare, launch fare, car hire or agency fees shall be for the account of Passenger or Guest.

(c) Century has a "zero tolerance" policy toward any illegal activity or behavior by Passengers, Guests or Crew aboard. Passenger/Guest agrees to comply with this policy and further acknowledges that it is Century's policy to report incidents of illegal activity or behavior to the appropriate law enforcement authorities.

(d) Passenger/Guest agrees that any violation of this Clause may subject Passenger/Guest to immediate disembarkation.

17. Liabilities of Passengers and Guests to Century -

(a) The Passenger shall be liable to and shall reimburse Century or the Master for any fines or penalties imposed on Century by any government, governmental agency or official, port or port official, for Passenger's failure to observe or comply with local requirements in respect of immigration, border patrol, customs and excise, agriculture, health or any other government regulation whatsoever.

(b) The Passenger or Passenger's estate shall be liable to and shall reimburse Century for all deviation expenses (including loss of revenue), damages to the Vessel, its furnishings, operations or equipment, or any property of Century caused directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, by any misconduct, willful or negligent act or omission on the part of the Passenger or any minors traveling with Passenger. The Passenger or Passenger's estate shall defend and indemnify Century and the Vessel, their servants and agents against liability which Century or the Vessel or such servants or agents may incur towards any person, company or Government for any damage to property, personal injury or death caused directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, by any misconduct, willful or negligent act or omission on the part of the Passenger or minors traveling with Passenger.

(c) Century and the Vessel shall have a lien upon all baggage, money and other property whatsoever accompanying the Passenger and the right to sell the same by public auction or otherwise for any amount due from the Passenger under this contract and for the costs and expenses of enforcing such lien and such sale. 18. Passenger's Obligations if Confined Aboard or Put Ashore Under this Contract - If passenger is denied boarding, confined to a stateroom or disembarked from the vessel pursuant to any provision of this contract, passenger agrees:

(a) Century reserves the right to increase published fares without prior notice. In the event of an increase, the Passenger has the option of accepting the increased fare or canceling reservations without penalty.

(b) Disembarkation and repatriation to the embarkation port or any other destination will be at passenger's sole expense.

(c) To indemnify Century and that Century may charge Passenger's on-board charge account for any and all expenses incurred by Century in relation to Passenger's disembarkation and/or repatriation.

GROUP BOOKINGS For group bookings, a sales agreement will be issued by Century Cruises to the group's booking agent. This agreement does not alter or change anything in the Century Passage Ticket, but will include additional terms and conditions regarding space reservations, payments and cancellations. Unsold group space is subject to release at any time.