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#1 wisdominlight



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Posted 29 August 2009 - 12:14 AM


Oct 9-16, 2010

Caribbean via Norweigan Cruise Line's NEW ship Epic sailing from Miami, FL
Miami, St. Thomas, St. Maarten, Nassau

Guest Speakers Scheduled Thus Far (More to come):
Shannon Sylvia of GHI
Patrick Burns of TruTV's Haunting Evidence

WHY GO ON THIS CRUISE? You've seen them on tv and maybe you've even seen them at conferences, but why not spend a week on a cruise with them? Vacation AND hang out with some of the paranormal's best and brightest! The cruise includes 3 days at sea which will give us time for speaker lectures, meet and greet and autograph signing/picture taking. There will be a cocktail party with the guest speakers, 3 days of interactive presentations from the speakers as well as raffles for "private" investigations and dinner with the speakers... more details to come on that as it is confirmed!

Now let's talk about the ship itself. The NCL's Epic is a BRAND NEW ship and features many resort style amenities on-board as well as world-class entertainment. The Blue Man Group is just one of the featured entertainers on board this fabulous ship. The ship also features an Aqua park which includes a 200 foot tube slide. Or maybe you're into the "night scene"? There are 14 ice bars, a pool-side and an open-air night club. Or maybe dining is your pleasure-there are 17 restaurants on board. For more information on the Epic, click here.

COST: Most cruises with "famous" people, for example Sylvia Browne, can cost up to $1900pp. This cruise has been carefully planned to combine both cost effectiveness so that most people will be able to attend as well as ambience of the cruise ship. I chose Norweigan Cruise lines because it is known for it's flexibility in cruising options as well as it being a destination in and of itself. Payment plans are available.

INTERIOR....Cat JJ-Deck 11 midship, Deck 12 fore/aft $1,096.84 pp
STUDIO, Interior...Cat TS-Decks 11, 12 fore/mid/aft $1,096.84 pp
BALCONY....Cat BF-Decks 9 midship, Deck 10 fore/aft $1,416.84 pp
BALCONY....Cat BE-Deck 10 midship, Deck 11 aft $1,416.84 pp

For more information, details and registration information, click here. To register for this event contact Ron at Cruise Planners by phone 770.210.0954 or by email.

* Please note that access to the speakers may be limited to lecture/speaking time only, there are no guarantees as to the frequency of time you will have with the speakers.

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Posted 25 November 2009 - 11:57 PM

I think it might be more interesting if it was an old ship that was haunted...
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Posted 26 November 2009 - 04:00 AM

I think it might be more interesting if it was an old ship that was haunted...

New places can have hauntings too. What if materials from older ships have been used in the new ship?
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Posted 29 November 2009 - 09:57 AM

I've heard of these types of cruises going out from Britain with some of our well known psychics in the past few years. I could never afford it, but people seem to enjoy them.
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