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DNCruise.com – An Interesting Concept

Posted on 07 March 2010 by Andrei

Chef managed to put an extremely interesting concept on the table: DNCruise will be the industry’s first conference held on a boat, a boat which will be leaving out of the port of Miami on the 11th of October and will return to Miami on the 15th.

The starting price is only 429 bucks per person and includes: cruise taxes/port fees, cabin, food (all you can eat), gratuities and the conference pass.

Chef will be inviting speakers from both the domaining and the development world so aside from the fun people will have in Cozumel, Mexico, the conference seems promising from a business point of view as well (Chef promises outside the box networking sessions as well as moderated group discussions).

If you’re interested, head on over to DNCruise.com and set things in motion. There’s no time like the present to seal the deal, this is an event with a lot of potential IMO and all of the spots will probably be sold out fairly soon.

7 Comments For This Post

  1. Xdreamer Says:

    I like it, too bad I live far far away. The price is right too, very affordable.

  2. nmwando Says:

    Before making my decision, I have an important question to ask. As a cheapskate domainer, I demand to know if lowballers will be thrown off board hehehe

  3. SarahLee Says:

    I always wanted to go on a cruise, maybe me and the hubby will join Patrick and crew.

  4. Chef Patrick Says:

    Thanks for posting about the cruise.

    Yes, low-ballers will be thrown over board and Sarah, this would be a great first cruise. You get a cruise and a tax right off. 🙂

  5. Chef Patrick Says:

    Ooops, tax write off.

  6. Trance Says:

    Interesting cruise:) 4 days on the boat with interesting people. And price not very big, but I don’t live in America…

  7. wooden ships Says:

    What’s up with your feedback here? Usually I spot a lot of clever stuff here, but all of this seems like garbage to me. Come on people, let’s change it around.

 
 
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