HBCU Alumni Cruise 2009

April 27, 2009 by  
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The 10th annual HBCU Alumni Cruise will take place November 14 – November 21, 2009.

Come join us as we sail to the Bahamas, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and Grand Turk. Starting the party off in Miami, we cruise on high for 7 days on the high seas, relaxing, enjoying the sun, and forgetting all of our worries back at home.

Ship: Carnival Liberty
Pricing from: $576

To register use promo code: BCRINFO

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Gospel Celebration Cruise 3

April 27, 2009 by  
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The 3rd annual Gospel Celebration Cruise a/k/a The Gospel Cruise will be taking place May 17-24, 2009.


May 17 – San Juan, Puerto Rico
San Juan is one of the biggest natural harbors in the Caribbean and is the second oldest city in the Americas. This beautiful city, called “La Ciudad Amurallada,” was founded in 1521. Cobblestone streets, hanging balconies, chapels and many plazas characterize the historic end of the city, while modern amenities and high-rise hotels have sprung up on the more developed beachfront.

May 18 – St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
It’s the calm turquoise waters of the Caribbean that command attention in St. Thomas — home to both pirates’ legends and tropical fish for centuries. And there’s no shortage of ways to explore the island. Choose your vessel to discover these warm waters, from kayak and catamaran to yacht, turbo-charged jet boat or breathing observation bubble.

May 19 – Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda

Dive into British naval history with the occupation of Antigua in 1784, and discover today’s key attractions of this popular resort. The coral reef that thwarted enemy ships is now a diver’s paradise. The winding coastline, once difficult to navigate, is now miles of sandy, secluded beaches and coves. On shore and off, Antigua is one of the Caribbean’s best islands for spectacular sand-and-sun fun.

May 20 – At Sea
May 21 – At Sea

May 22 – Bermuda (West End)
Pink sands, pastel-colored buildings, businessmen in Bermuda shorts and an official Town Crier complete the colorful palette of sights and sounds on this fantasy island. And you’re never far from its historic root.

The Royal Naval Dockyard, the westernmost point in Bermuda, has served many purposes, including the headquarters for the Royal Navy and a strategic defense post for the British in the North Atlantic. Most recently it has been redeveloped into a fascinating attraction offering visitors a glimpse into Bermuda’s history, and a fun place to shop or explore — from restaurants, art galleries, a crafts market, maritime museum and

May 23 – At Sea

May 24 – New York City, New York
You’ll never run out of things to do in the city that never sleeps, from the bright lights of Broadway and Times Square to the city’s world-renowned museums, shopping, and vast culinary choices. It’s an incredibly diverse and active place, consisting of an intricate patchwork of neighborhoods, each with its own character and history, yet seamlessly coexisting.