San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 6, 2006
Are you looking for a vacation that’s a little different this year? If you love to dance, SalsaCrazyCruises has just the ticket for you: a seven-day salsa cruise to the Mexican Riviera.
Departing from Long Beach on November 5, the weeklong cruise will feature instruction and workshops in the following dance styles:
- Casino Rueda
Private dances just for SalsaCrazyCruises participants will be held on the boat, and there will be plenty of opportunities for dancing throughout the trip.
“Our SalsaCrazyCruises are our most popular events all year,” said Evan Margolin, founder of SalsaCrazyCruises and SalsaCrazy.com. “These trips fill up fast and are unforgettable experiences for all those who take part, from the instructors to the participants.”
This year, the cruise will visit the west coast of Mexico, including:
- Puerto Vallarta
- Cabo San Lucas
“The trip will be a lot of fun for people who love to travel as well as to dance,” Margolin said. “There’s lots of opportunity for sightseeing as well as learning about your favorite dance styles and maybe picking up a new favorite.”
The trip will take place on the Carnival ship Spirit. Eighty percent of Spirit’s rooms have ocean views and private balconies, so guests can find the perfect room with a view for their dream salsa vacation.
“There is no way you will not have a phenomenal time on this cruise,” Margolin said. “When you get that many people together who love salsa and dance, it is going to be like a weeklong floating party. You won’t want to miss it.”
The cost of the trip includes accommodation, food and drinks, shipboard entertainment, workshops and dances. The best instructors and amazing DJs will be along for the trip, making sure you have the best instruction, and the most fun, along the way.
“If you love to dance, whether you are a beginner or an advanced salsero, there is no doubt you will have a great time and learn something new on this cruise,” Margolin said. “It is an unforgettable experience to spend your vacation with so many other lovers of dance.”
A lover of dance himself, Margolin has taken his passion for salsa and turned it into several businesses, including SalsaCrazyCruises and SalsaCrazy.com, the San Francisco Bay Area’s source for salsa news, information and events. He’s also the owner of DanceSF, the Bay Area’s best salsa dance studio, featuring classes for all levels seven days a week.
He also sells the Learn to Salsa DVD set (http://www.SalsaDanceDVD.com), a 3-set DVD collection with over six hours of dance instruction guaranteed to turn any beginner into a salsero with just a few lessons.