If you are looking for that special, unique, once-in-a-lifetime (Saint!) Valentine’s Day gift that is going to wow the socks off your spouse, why not consider a beautiful stateroom on the National Review 2017 Trans-Atlantic Crossing on the stunning and gorgeous Queen Mary 2, scheduled for August 31 to September 7, departing Southampton, UK, destined for Brooklyn, USA.
Imagine: a week of delightful daily seminars about the day’s most pressing issues – from politics and policy to foreign affairs and the culture – from an array of conservative stars, including former Senator Tom Coburn, former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey, Heritage Foundation founder Ed Feulner, acclaimed novelist Mark Helprin, British author Douglas Murray, NR editor in chief Rich Lowry, media critic Brent Bozell, NRO editor Charles Cooke, ace conservative counsel Cleta Mitchell, domestic policy guru Sally Pipes, defense expert John Hillen, Claremont Review of Books editor Charles Kesler, conservative academic Daniel Mahoney, NRO editors-at-large John O’Sullivan and Kathryn Lopez, NR senior editors Jonah Goldberg, Jay Nordlinger, Ramesh Ponnuru, and David Pryce-Jones, NR essayists David French, Kevin Williamson, Ian Tuttle, and Reihan Salam, NR ace reporters Jim Geraghty, and NR columnists Rob Long and James Lileks.
Prices start at only $2,577 per person per person, and single cabins can be had for as little as $3,916. Those numbers are not misprints.
Want to get more information, right now, before you book? Fair enough: Visit www.nrcruise.com and find out just about everything you need to know to prepare for the experience of a lifetime, namely, the National Review 2017 Trans-Atlantic Crossing.