How would you like to cruise through the Caribbean next month for the vacation of a lifetime with your favorite WorldNetDaily personalities – for less than the cost of staying in a hotel?
No joke – if you act now, you can do exactly that.
But time is rapidly running out.
WND has managed to put together an absolutely memorable, first-class Western Caribbean cruise, and yet charge half the cost of some cruises currently being promoted by similar organizations.
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"Right now is the last chance for WND readers to join us on this amazing adventure together," said WND founder and CEO Joseph Farah. "I urge as many of our friends as possible to take the plunge and get signed up now, while there's still time."
As past cruisers will readily attest, WND's cruises are fun, elegant, relaxing and enriching – everything you expect from a first-class luxury cruise. But there's much more to it. You see, while you're enjoying the 5-star service, gourmet food, 80 degree tropical weather, shore excursions, snorkeling and other aspects of a great cruise experience, you'll also be part of stimulating daily discussions and strategy sessions dealing in-depth with issues critical to your future, and to your country's future.
For the week of Jan. 4 through Jan. 11, you'll be interacting, dining, talking to and hanging out with:
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Plus, be prepared for several surprise WND guests who will join in the fun!
AMAZING SPECIAL OFFER: Besides benefiting from our unusually low rates for your cruise, WND is also announcing that ALL cruisers will be receiving hundreds of dollars worth of free WorldNetDaily products. These include a FREE one-year subscription to Jerome Corsi's RED ALERT (a $99 value), a FREE one-year subscription to Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin (a $99 value), and a FREE one-year subscription to Whistleblower magazine (a $49.95 value).
Finally, all WND cruisers on this January's trip will be able to purchase whatever they want from WND's famed online store at a 20 percent discount for the entire year of 2009! That's right – even if the item is on sale, you get an additional 20 percent off the sale price! For the whole year! (A few restrictions apply.) Obviously, this represents a tremendous value to you, in addition to the almost $250 value for Whistleblower, G2 and RED ALERT.
In the run-up to WND's last cruise, we ran out of cabins and some people unfortunately had to be turned away. To avoid a recurrence, why not make your reservations now? If you do so right away, you'll get the best selection of cabins, as well as all the valuable bonuses I just enumerated.
On WND's January 2009 seven-day adventure, cruisers will board Holland America Lines' luxury cruise ship the M.S. Veendam for a memorable trip to key western Caribbean destinations, with another island hop to Key West. Specifically, we'll start out in:
- Tampa, Fla. – A university town at heart, Tampa has myriad attractions: the palatial mansion and art museum of the king of the circus, John Ringling; the king of the jungle at Busch Gardens; the antique village of Ybor Square; the enchanting Sunken Gardens and much more. Next, a seafaring jaunt down to:
- Key West, Fla. – Climb into the open cockpit of a World War II biplane for an unforgettable aerial tour of Key West – a distinctly American town with the look and feel of the Caribbean. In town, you'll see Ernest Hemingway's home, Audubon House, and the "Little White House" where President Truman took his working vacations. Then it's full steam toward the equator, stopping first at:
- Belize: The capital city of a nation that has devoted 40 percent of its land to parks and natural reserves, Belize brings a gorgeous landscape and friendly people to the Caribbean coast. The land boasts a spectacular variety of natural features, from wildlife-packed tropical forests to a coastline teeming with fish sure to delight anglers and snorkelers. The next day, we'll anchor on the gorgeous coast of:
- Guatemala – Not to be missed is Quirigua National Park, where intricately carved stellae and zoomorphisms conceal the mysteries of a lost world. Santo Tomas de Castilla is your portal to fabulous Mayan ruins in Guatemala and Honduras. In Tikal, the plaza with seven great stone temples is hidden in the jungle; and at Copan you can see the "Paris of the Mayan world. Next day, we head north for:
- Costa Maya, Mexico – The port near Costa Maya is one of the newest jewels of the Mexican Caribbean. This recently developed and unspoiled land is a wonderful starting point to explore the white beaches of Mayan Coast, the incredible, warm Caribbean waters of the Great Maya Reef, and the mysterious, surrounding sacred cities featuring ancient ruins.
As all of these exotic locales are in tropical latitudes, and their climate tempered by the Gulf Stream and trade winds, they tend to stay between the 70s and 80s all year long.