DNCruise 2011 Heading to Cozumel, Grand Cayman

Chef Patrick announced DNCruise 2011 earlier this week and it promises to be another awesome domain conference experience.  This year’s DNCruise will be held on  September 5-10.  The voyage begins in Tampa where DNCruise leaves port and heads south for the first stop in beautiful Cozumel, Mexico.  The next destination is the Grand Cayman where DNCruisers will enjoy an exciting visit with legendary domainer Frank Schilling.  Once again, Patrick has arranged an incredible price for those attending at only $499 or $579 per person (depending on whether you want an ocean view suite) you get the the cruise experience which includes food and beverage and the conference pass.  This is a huge value, a conference alone with the caliber of people in the domain industry that will be in attendance and speaking is worth the five hundred bucks!

I can tell you from my experience last year on DNCruise that this is a truly unique, informative and very fun domain conference. Spending five days on a cruise ship with a group of domain industry professionals AND being able to participate in island excursions with your new friends/colleagues is downright special.  Although DNCruise is a lot about fun, I’m sure that this year again, the conference sessions will be super informative.  While the agenda is not yet set, I know Patrick is planning for an extraordinary mix of speakers and companies that will be in attendance.  I am really excited about this year’s DNCruise, the fact that it’s heading to the Cayman and Frank Schilling will be addressing the group is amazing – what a great idea!

Here are some never before seen pics and videos that I saved from last year’s DNCruise game night and conference (click on any pic to enlarge).

DNCruise ccTLD Panel Craig Snyder's Birthday
DNCruise Game Night - Jenga DNCruise Game Night

Lori Anne Wardi and her team playing Taboo on game night.

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  • I would like to attend the cruise but I am a little worried that Chef Patrick may go through my private belongings if I leave them in my cabin unattended… Will he in fact have the master-key to all the rooms?

  • @robert – you’re kidding me right? I have NO worries and am looking forward to DNCruise in Sept.

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