World Drum Corps Hall Of Fame Caribbean Sunshine Cruise

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Everyone is welcome to join the fun on a World Drum Corps Hall of Fame seven-night round trip cruise of the eastern Caribbean that sets sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on January 19, 2020. Ports of call along the way include Philipsburg in St. Maarten; Charlotte Amalie in St. Thomas and a day at Coco Cay, Bahamas before docking back in Florida on January 26.

The cruise is an annual fund raising event for the Hall of Fame, offering 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.

Royal Caribbean cruise shop Allure of the Seas offers spacious staterooms, Broadway-style shows and nightlife and a range of dining opportunities including maki at Jade Sushi, endless buffet choices at the Windjammer Cafe or a fine dining five course dinner at 150 Central Park restaurant.

There will also be plenty of options for keeping the waistline trim, including a 40-foot on-deck climbing wall, a zip line suspended over nine decks, an on-deck surfing simulator. You may choose instead to relax in a spa, select a good book from the shipboard library and lay back in one of the many whirlpools throughout the ship.

Cabin choices include ocean view or outside balcony locations with prices ranging from $1,070 to $1,199.

Details regarding a pre-cruise hotel package will be available by September or October 2019. For more information about the cruise, contact World Drum Corps Hall of Fame member Bob Cardaneo at telephone (302) 945-4620 or email rcardaneo [at] cruiseone [dot] com

More details are available online at

The World Drum Corps Hall of Fame honors individuals who have contributed significantly over many years to the development and continuing excellence of 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

Posted by on Thursday, February 21st, 2019. Filed under Current News, DCI World, FrontPage Feature.