If there was somewhat of a business agenda to go along with it I'll bet there'd
be even more people interested. A cruise sounds good but a business cruise
sounds even better.
Conceptual Reality L.L.C.
Terry Wohlers wrote:
> Tom Sorovetz of Chrysler has put together what I expect will be an
> excellent week in September 1999 in the Caribbean aboard a Royal Caribbean
> cruise ship. It's being organized under the auspices of the 3D Systems
> North American Stereolithography User Group, Inc. (3DSNASUG), but Tom
> explained that users of FDM, SLS, LOM, etc., are also welcome. Friends,
> neighbors, and relatives are welcome too. I don't know of a better way to
> spend a week.
> The price is slightly more than half of what you'd normally pay. You can
> make a reservation with a $50 deposit that's fully refundable until June 5,
> 1999. If you're interested, read the information that Tom has prepared
> below. Also, call Libby Shields of Cruiseone at (800) 469-0091. She'll
> happily send you a brochure. I found her to be pleasant and helpful.
> Terry Wohlers
> Wohlers Associates, Inc.
> The 3D Systems North American Stereolithography User Group, Inc. endorses
> the cruise aboard Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas. We are inviting
> all RAPID PROTOTYPING USERS to come aboard and sail away with us. You can
> reserve space for your family, friends and neighbors. The more individuals,
> the better. If you are familiar with this group, you are aware that it
> likes to have fun. There are no official meetings scheduled for this trip;
> it is strictly a social get together. You can expect nothing short of
> five-star entertainment and fun, along with great food and drinks.
> We will sail out of Miami, Florida on September 11, 1999. The cruise ship
> will stop in Labadee, Haiti; San Juan, Puerto Rico; St. Thomas; and
> Cococay, Bahamas. We will return to Miami seven days later.
> The rates and categories listed below are based on "per person and double
> occupancy" and are for cruise only, which includes lodging, meals, and
> entertainment. Airfare add-ons are available upon request. Rates are
> subject to change.
> Cabin Category, Cabin Beds, Group Rates
> N, Inside Cabins, 2 Lower Beds, $629
> M, Inside Cabins, 2 Lower Beds, $649
> L, Inside Cabins, 2 Lower Beds, $669
> K, Inside Cabins, 2 Lower Beds, $729
> I, Outside Cabins, 2 Lower Beds, $799
> H, Outside Cabins, 2 Lower Beds, $819
> F, Outside Cabins, 2 Lower Beds, $839 (sold out)
> 3rd and 4th passengers in the same cabin are $74 per person. Port taxes
> and fees are $128 additional per person. Lower beds can be converted into
> queen size beds. Deposits of $50 per person will be due within 7 days of
> making the reservation. A second deposit of $200 per person will be due by
> March 15, 1999 with the final payment due by June 5, 1999. Triple and quad
> cabins require a full deposit of $250 per person within 7 days of making
> the reservation. Deposits are fully refundable until June 5, 1999.
> For reservations and information, contact Libby Shields of Cruiseone at
> (800) 469-0091. When calling, mention Tom Sorovetz. For additional
> information or questions, contact:
> Tom Sorovetz, Site Coordinator, 3DSNASUG
> Chrysler Corporation
> 14250 Plymouth Rd. M/S: 514-19-22
> Detroit, MI. 48227-3086
> Phone: (313) 493-2032
> Fax: (313) 493-8671
> Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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