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6-Day Western Caribbean Cruise - Ocho Rios, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Cayman Island, Cozumel, Mexico. October 16-22, 2016. Leaving from Port Miami, FL
Limited Staterooms with Balconies - $770; Interiors $530 - per person (double occupancy)
Deposit $275 per person (non-refundable)
Take up to 5 months to pay
No passport needed (but recommended)
Does not include transportation to/from port, or excursions
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
You must have a government issued ID and or birth certificate. Passports are not required but recommended. No age limit. 6-weeks old and above must pay full fare.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Cruise fare does not cover transportation to and from home. Travelers are responsible for their transportation to the ship and for lodging should you choose to stay the night before cruising or after return. If you plan on driving to Port Miami, check with the Port regarding parking options..
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Do not bring alcohol (one bottle of wine only per guest is allowed). Do not bring any weapons, irons,.. (check with Carnival for full list , or Brownskin & Company.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact the organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your phone number and return email for return contact within 48 business hours.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Once the staterooms are assigned, you cannot transfer your registration/ticket (security rules).
Can I update my registration information?
You may update your registration information in writing to email@example.com.
When & Where
Brownskin & Company Class of '74
Founded November 1, 2010, Brownskin & Company's mission is to promote friendship, fellowship, and good will among classmates and others of color in particular associated with Seneca High School (Seneca, SC). "Humanity amplified."
The group believes that breaking bread together and spending meaningful time away from the norm and stressful environments promote true friendship and a family vibe. The friendships, fellowship, and modeling of these friends for future generations serve as their legacy amidst the backdrop of the class of '74 in general.
The group's name was coined by member Virginia Holland-Davis to distinguish the African American classmates from the general population, not as a means of segregation. The group felt it necessary to establish its own legacy for the communities each member grew up in and now lives in and for other and future SHS graduates. The group carries out its mission through continous friendship and fellowship - including family members and extended friends.
The group meets every quarter - 3rd Saturday, 2:00 p.m. at a restaurant chosen by the (revolving) host. Since 2010, the group has met for lunch in South Carolina and metro Atlanta (Georgia). The group is throwing a global-sized party October 2016 to celebrate the 60th birthday of classmates ('74) on the Carnival Breeze - Western Caribbean Celebration Cruise, sailing from Miami, FL October 16 - 22, 2016.