Experience Ocean Drama at the Magnificant Cliffside Resort!
This is peak season in New England and this seminar historically sells out early every year.
NBCRNA / CPC Core Module Relevancy
Encore Symposiums has partnered with their acclaimed faculty to categorize the schedule of topics by their relevancy to the NBCRNA Core Modules and prepare for the CPC Exam. As programs are approved by the AANA, they are posted on the Encore Symposiums Accreditation Page, along with the number of Pharmacology/Therapeutic CE Credits associated with each meeting.
This program will be submitted to the AANA (American Association of Nurse Anesthetists) for 23.00 CE Credits Hours.
AANA is an approved provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing, CEP #10862.
Cape Neddick is a peninsula in the town of York, Maine which consists of two beaches located on both sides of Cape Neddick. The beautiful northern seaside village of Ogunquit lies two miles north of the resort and historical York is just south.
Ogunquit offers a three-mile stretch of white sandy beach, the Marginal Way cliff walk, a 1 ¼ footpath along the ocean’s edge, and the quaint harbor of Perkin’s Cove. Ogunquit and Perkins Cove provide boutique shopping, local fresh seafood dining, and the world-class theatre, Ogunquit Playhouse. The Ogunquit Playhouse has an 86 year legacy of creating top-notch productions complete with professional casts and creative teams, and stars of screen and stage, hand-picked for each production.
Nearby, is Maine's first resort destination, Kennebunkport, a scenic coastal town in southern Maine. It’s known for its beaches, including long, sandy Goose Rocks Beach and smaller Arundel Beach, shopping, real estate, dining, antiques, and galleries, and the picturesque Bush Compound.
While in Maine, venture out on to meandering Route 103, a jig-jagging 10-mile highway from York to Kittery. Hop off the busy highway, slow down, and enjoy this serendipitous seacoast journey. The coast-hugging, winding backroad is a gem, leading to two historic sites, pocket beaches, and water views.
Cliff House Maine
The Cliff House reemerges as one of the most captivating waterfront destinations of its kind following a landmark transformation. This iconic Maine resort, which welcomed its first guests in 1872, inspires a new community of travelers today with remarkable sightlines, intuitive amenities, and emotionally rewarding encounters. Located minutes from Ogunquit’s sandy beach and just over an hour north of Boston, Cliff House stretches across 70 oceanfront acres atop Bald Head Cliff on the southern coast of Maine, overlooking the ocean’s edge and Nubble Lighthouse.
We invite you to escape to the Cliff House, which sits atop a 70-foot cliff with expansive views of the Atlantic Ocean. You will enjoy the complete resort experience with ocean front dining, four swimming pools, a full-service spa and spacious guestrooms, all with breathtaking views from your very own balcony, and a Donald Ross 18-hole semi-private course at Cape Neddick Country Club, right across the street!
Situated on the stunning coastline of Maine, this oceanfront property offers spectacular views and endless relaxation.
A great location convenient to three major airports.
Portland, ME (PWM) - 40 miles
Boston Logan Airport (BOS) - 1 hour and 15 minutes
Manchester Boston Regional (MHT) - 1 hour
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