All Aboard! 2011 One Love Gospel Cruise

Get your straw hats, suntan lotion, bathing suits and Bibles. The 2011 One Love gospel Cruise has already begun booking and two levels of rooms are already full.

Here is the information:
Port: Miami
Vessel: Norwegian Dawn
Sunday, April 3rd – Friday, April 8th
Destinations: Nassau, Bahamas & Samana, Dominican Republic


Here is your booking information:
Phone: 301-429-3277
One Love Gospel Cruise
c/o Marketing Department
5900 Princess Garden Parkway
7th Floor
Lanham, MD 20706

So far special guests are:

Byron Cage

Israel Houghton

Bebe and CeCe Winans

Smokie Norful

and The Clark Sisters


One response to “All Aboard! 2011 One Love Gospel Cruise”

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    The Cruise Expert

    I went on the “One Love Gospel Cruise” a few years back a couple of years in a row and was NOT particularly impressed. The cruise destinations were not so bad, but simply trying to drive/travel thru the congested streets of downtown Miami to get to/from the seaport was awful. Then, to deal with a ship(s) that was nasty, overly-crowded, and worse yet…the seaport of departure (the Port of Miami) was a total NIGHTMARE! That was enough! Simply navigating thru the Port of Miami was a complicated catastrophe, and guest parking at the Port of Miami was astronomically-priced and confusing!

    My suggestion to those responsible for organizing this annual cruise is to consider using a totally different (and much more professional, customer-friendly & easily-accessible) seaport for departure/return because Miami is NOT it! The seaport which a cruise ship departs from/returns to is so important to your entire cruise experience, because if you start out being subjected to negative things before you’ve even left land, chances are likely it’s not going to get much better. I have been on NUMEROUS cruises and prefer to cruise out of the Port of Seattle or the Port of Los Angeles for West Coast departures and/or Port Canaveral or Port Everglades for East Coast departures. And, as a second word of advice, I would suggest contracting with “different ships” that offer different amenities and types of activities to hold cruises on.

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