We’re announcing NR’s 2004 “Post Election” Caribbean Cruise, scheduled November 13 to 20, on Holland America Line’s luxurious MS Zuiderdam. We’ll be cruising the Eastern Caribbean (visiting Tortola, St. Thomas, Nassau, and Half Moon Cay, HAL’s gorgeous private island), and with an All-Star cast of speakers, including:
Mega-influential author and NRO Contributor Victor Davis Hanson, world-renowned Islam authority Bernard Lewis, RNC chairman Ed Gillespie, Club for Growth president Steve Moore, acclaimed author Dinesh D’Souza, NRO favorite John Derbyshire, and NR editorial stars Rich Lowry, Ramesh Ponnuru, and Jay Nordlinger.
And we’ve also just heard from syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin, (the author of Invasion, the 2002 blockbuster on U.S. immigration policy)–she’s agreed to join us for our seven days of fun, sun, and conservative shop-talk.
Prices for the National Review 2004 Post-Election Caribbean Cruise are lower than, well, than Democrat campaign tactics: starting at just $1,549 per person (which includes port fees, taxes, and gratuities), and $1,899 for “singles.” Heck–even a stateroom with a private verandah can be yours for only $2,399 p/p!
How can you not come?!
In addition to a great cruise (Holland America is all about luxury, pampering service, and gourmet cuisine) we’ll be having, as is our custom, numerous exclusive events: seminars where our panel of experts will make sense of the election results, prognosticate about politics in 2005, and ruminate on current events, fun-filled cocktail receptions and pool-side smokers (featuring world-class H. Upmann cigars and much conservative revelry), and intimate dining (on at least two nights) with our guest speakers and editors.
This is going to be a blow-out. Our last “post-election” journey had over 400 people attend (we were eventually turning them away!) so sign up today so you’ll be assured of a cabin (at the level you want).
Don’t delay: Visit www.nationalreviewcruise-carib.com for more information and to (securely!) reserve your luxury stateroom.