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Amy Grant

Amy Grant

Jul 8th 2017 @ MS Nieuw Amsterdam

Vancouver, Canada
I Was There
Amy Grant's Alaska Cruise
Saturday, July 8th, 2017
4:00 PM
MS Nieuw Amsterdam
Vancouver, Canada
97 RSVPs
From Team Amy:
OK... More details to give all of you FOA members a little bit more information.

July 8 - 15, 2017

SEVEN DAYS & SEVEN NIGHTS CRUISING ALASKA with nightly concerts, and many many other private sessions and events with AMY GRANT.

* Vancouver, BC, Canada (Embark)
* Cruising TRACY ARM
* Juneau, AK (potentially a special concert for the people of Juneau while in port)
* Skagway, AK
* Ketchikan, AK
* Cruising GLACIER BAY
* Vancouver, BC, Canada (Debark)
* TBA, probably announced at Amy's Creative Discovery Weekend or after.
SHIP: MS Nieuw Amsterdam (Holland America)

* Starting today around 12 noon eastern we will post a link to the reservation system. You MUST book through our reservation system in order to attend and have access to Amy's cruise events. If you have your own travel agent that you use for a cruise you CAN NOT use them to book this cruise and have access to the content that Amy and her team are going to provide.
* Deposits are $500 per person and you can book your cabin today. Final full payment will be due on March 30, 2017. That gives 8 months for you to make payments however it fits your budget.
* There will be limited space as the size of the main theater on the ship will dictate the size of the group that can attend the cruise (approximately 850 people total).

* Cruise is going to start in Vancouver, BC, Canada so you will need a passport to get there and also to get on the ship. No exceptions.
* All events will be 100% accessible

* All pricing that you will see is based on double occupancy. If you are a single cruiser and want a roommate, call our reservation company and they will assist you. Also I do recommend that you use Friends of Amy and the EVENT GROUP (I'll post a link later for you all so you can have the discussion there).
* There are NUMEROUS types of cabins at a wide variety of pricing. If you're concerned about the pricing and on a budget - I recommend the inside cabins. Staying in one of those cabins is the most economical way of taking the trip and you will not miss ANYTHING. When I have gone on other similar cruises I find I'm NEVER in my room other than to sleep... and guess what. When you turn the lights out, all of the cabins look the same (DARK).
* If you want something a little more luxurious of course they have those too.

* WHY NOT? Here's the thing about cruising if you've never done it... you unpack ONCE and go to 5 or 6 different places in a week. How is that NOT awesome. All of your food is included (trust me there's PLENTY and Holland America's food is the best in industry).
* We've done 2 and 3 night weekends here in Nashville with a big group of people before. We always end up feeling like we wish we had another day or 2 or 3. Well, this gives us that. After every weekend by the SUNDAY morning we start seeing some really great friendships being formed just in time for you to say GOODBYE to one another.
* On a cruise we get to spend more time together enjoying each other, discovering things about each other and did I mention more Amy Grant concerts? More unique storytelling moments? JUST MORE OF EVERYTHING (did I mention the food... and the ice cream machine?)
* This cruise is almost entirely inside what they call the INSIDE PASSAGE. Which means... the boat doesn't move much at all. So if you're worried about sea-sickness or anything like that, it's really akin to cruising in a wide river. There's just not much space for the waves to get moving. It's the best way to do this if that is a concern.
* There will be nightly concerts, almost every morning there will be MORNING activities... and many other special "events" during our days on the water. But when we get into port we're going to want you to explore these unique and amazing stops. They are definitely the coolest cruise ports around.

* Because it's generally just awesome! The beauty of the creation around you just heightens EVERYTHING.
* One time back in 2007 on the first Cruise I ever went on I'm sitting on the ship and a Bald Eagle landed right next to me... ok actually about 25 yards from me, but it was unbelievable.
* We want you to escape your world for a week.
* We want you to go somewhere that you might have never thought you'd go.
* We want you to join Amy on an adventure that we/she never thought she'd do with a group like this.
* We didn't want to do something DIFFERENT than the weekends that we've done in the past. We will likely do another Nashville Weekend at some point, but it's important to Amy and her team that we give people different experiences.
Now Accepting Reservations Here: