2018 World Drum Corps Hall Of Fame Caribbean Cruise

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All those with an interest in drum and bugle corps activity are welcome aboard the cruise ship Carnival Magic for a World Drum Corps Hall of Fame seven-night eastern Caribbean Cruise, departing from Port Canaveral (Orlando) on January 27, 2018. The cruise, an annual fund raising event for the Hall of Fame, is a great opportunity to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, family reunion or just enjoy a week in the sun during a dreary stretch of winter weather.

The ship departs Port Canaveral at 4 pm Saturday January 27, 2018 and returns to dock at 8 am Saturday February 3. Ports of call during the voyage include Amber Cove in the Dominican Republic; St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos islands. Prices range from about $800 for an inside cabin to about $1,200 for a cabin with outside balcony. More information about the cruise is available at: http://rcardaneo.cruiseonegroups.com/7979459

Further booking information is available from Bob Cardaneo, a member of the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame, at telephone 1-800-519-0050.

Measuring 1,004 feet in length, Carnival Magic has the capacity to carry 3,690 guests catered to by 1,367 onboard crew members. Carnival Magic continues the company’s Dream class ship tradition of offering a wide variety of amenities including the Ocean Plaza food-and-entertainment space; WaterWorks; The Lanai, a scenic half-mile outdoor wraparound promenade deck; SportSquare, an outdoor fitness and fun area featuring the first open ropes course at sea.

Dining options range from burgers and fries all the way up to filet mignon, with options along the way including spicy Mexican enchiladas and tortillas at the Blue Iguana Cantina; a private kitchen tour and meal at the Chef’s Table; the Mongolian Wok, where you can sample exotic fare and fresh Asian stir fries. Carnival Magic introduced cruise passengers to Cucina Del Capitano featuring favorite Italian foods. Those who wish to dine in can take advantage of room service 24 hours per day.

Carnival Magic also offers casinos, supper clubs, extensive children’s programs, Internet cafes, an onboard art gallery, swimming pools and supervised daytime activities for kids of all ages at Camp Carnival, Circle C, and Club O. Other options include piano or sports bars, and such venues as a comedy club, karaoke lounge, nightclub, casino hall, and live-performance theaters.

Carnival Cruise Line has 25 ships operating three to 16-day voyages to the Bahamas, Caribbean, Europe, Cuba, Mexican Riviera, Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, New England, Bermuda, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. The newest ship, Carnival Vista, debuted in Spring 2016, while Carnival Horizon is scheduled to enter service in 2018.

The World Drum Corps Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization honoring those individuals who have contributed significantly over many years to the development and continuing excellence drum and bugle corps activity.  The organization also seeks to preserve the history of the drum and bugle corps movement in North America by selecting a noteworthy junior and all age (senior) corps of each decade since the 1940s.

For more information about the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame visit the web site at http://www.worlddrumcorpshof.org

Posted by on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017. Filed under Current News, DCA News, FrontPage Feature.