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National Review 2010 Post-Election Cruise Bookings at Flank Speed

In just two weeks, over 100 cabins have been reserved. Surely you’ll want to be with us November 14-21, aboard Holland America’s Nieuw Amsterdam. The itinerary is the Eastern Caribbean — from Ft. Lauderdale we’ll visit Grand Turk, Grand Cayman, Cozumel, and Half Moon Cay. Prices start at only $1,899 a person.

But the real reason you’ll want to come is to meet, intimately dine with, and hear from — in very informative and scintillating panel sessions, or at any of our fun receptions and late-night pool-side smokers (featuring H. Upmann cigars) — the array of all-star speakers who will be on board: political expert Karl Rove, historian Victor Davis Hanson, premier Islam scholar Bernard Lewis, conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly, conservative web guru Andrew Breitbart, media critic Bernie Goldberg, top columnists Tony Blankley and Cal Thomas, Red Eye host Greg Gutfeld, terrorism expert Andrew McCarthy, GOP strategist Vin Weber, conservative economist Alan Reynolds, New Criterion editor Roger Kimball, ace pollster Scott Rasmussen, European Parliament Tory star Daniel Hannan, conservative scholar Peter Schramm; and from National Review: Liberal Fascism author Jonah Goldberg, NRO editor-at-large Kathryn Lopez, NR Institute president Kate O’Beirne, senior editors Jay Nordlinger and Ramesh Ponnuru, “Campaign Spot” blogger Jim Geraghty, former editor John O’Sullivan, and acclaimed artist Roman Genn. Plus we’ve got more outstanding invitations…outstanding.

You can find complete information about the trip, and a secure and immediate way to book your stateroom, at www.postelectioncruise.com. Don’t delay.

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