And we expect more of the same next week. And you can expect to be totally shut out if you don’t act quickly to do what you know you really want to do: Namely, to reserve a sweet cabin on the National Review 2017 Trans-Atlantic Crossing, aboard Cunard’s remastered and gorgeous Queen Mary 2, sailing from Southampton in the U of K August 31st and arriving in Brooklyn in the US of A on September 7th.
You can find complete information about this on-my-bucket-list, once-in-a-lifetime, yes-it’s-really-that-affordable experience at www.nrcruise.com.
Here are three things you should know about this tres bon voyage. The first: Prices start at just $2,577 a person (based on double occupancy), and “single” cabins start at $3,916. There’s a comfortable and spacious stateroom for every taste and wallet.
The second: There is a terrific array of conservative speakers, writers, thinkers, doers who will be with us, including Judge Michael Mukasey, former U.S. Senator Tom Coburn, Heritage Foundation founder Ed Feulner, acclaimed novelist Mark Helprin, British author Douglas Murray, NR editor in chief Rich Lowry, media critic Brent Bozell, NRO editor Charles Cooke, ace conservative counsel Cleta Mitchell, domestic policy guru Sally Pipes, defense expert John Hillen, Claremont Review of Books editor Charles Kesler, conservative academic Daniel Mahoney, NRO editors-at-large John O’Sullivan and Kathryn Lopez, NR senior editors Jonah Goldberg, Jay Nordlinger, Ramesh Ponnuru, and David Pryce-Jones, NR essayists David French, Kevin Williamson, Reihan Salam, and Ian Tuttle, NR ace reporter Jim Geraghty, and NR columnists Rob Long and James Lileks.
The third: NR’s spectacular program includes daily seminar sessions in which our all-star speakers will discuss current pressing issues, plus several cocktail receptions, a smoker, and intimate dining on at least two evenings, and likely three, with our conservative celebrities. We’ve joked before about shuffleboarding with Rich and Jonah, but we’re thinking, yeah, let’s have a tournament. Is that’s not a deal-sealer, I don’t know what is.
Anyway, do sign up today – visit www.nrcruise.com for complete details about the National Review 2017 Trans-Atlantic Crossing.