I've received a few emails about the costs and what does "double occupancy" mean. A quick rundown for you folks. Double occupancy is required by the cruise ship. (minimum 2 per cabin) otherwise you pay for the double space. So pricing is per person. Some have said- "oh, I would LOVE! to take this trip but it is too expensive..." ANSWER. In fact, as rock-type cruises go, this is not expensive. Please check other cruise special events and compare- it's actually not high at all. Additionally- let's take a walk down Expense Ave. : ) If you were going to a rock festival out of town for a weekend, something I have done. Tickets are approx. $100-200 (or more) Hotel- full weekend of 3 or 4 days- figure on the cheap- $99 + tax. $400 Food- on the cheap $10 per meal x 4 days- $120 So just these things added up equal up to close to the same as the base price for the cruise- before liquor, before airfare. Factor in you are going to the BAHAMAS :Smokin: and spending an overnight there as well. The bands are all onboard and there's nothing but sun and a good time sitting on the deck, parties, or concerts to attend. No sitting at the hotel out of town killing time. We tried to keep costs as low as possible to get this event off right for those who took an interest in the idea. Did about 2 years of research into it and have tried to translate back as much savings to the passengers as possible. There are payment options and I am making as many arrangements with folks as possible in light of the economy etc. In fact, I've made some great new acquaintances in all of you and look forward to meeting. That all said- there are the clarifications. : ) Cabins are booking at a consistent rate and we're expecting this to sell out and have a few more surprises/announcements still up the sleeve. Very grateful to all who are supporting this concept- looking forward to this being a huge success and making it an annual Spring event.