The Photo Booth Expo Cruise will run concurrent with The Mobile Beat Cruise, sailing Nov 25-30, 2017 out of the Port of Miami and visiting Grand Turk and the Dominican Republic.

By partnering with Mobile Beat (Online publisher of information of Mobile DJs and producer of the Mobile DJ Shows) the Photo Booth Expo Cruise will effectively double the business-building benefit of a fun week at sea. According to Mobile Beat President Ryan Burger, “We will have seminars for all types of event professionals in the mornings, including sales, customer service, marketing and more that all can benefit from, and then specific topics for DJs and photo booth operators in the afternoons. With Rob Johnson of DigiGames as our Entertainment Director, we will be having fun as one large group on the ship and also in port.”

The seminars are scheduled when the ship is at sea and comprise only part of each cruise.

Cabin Prices for the Photo Booth Expo Cruise: Inside Cabins at $450 / Outside Cabins at $500 Balcony $800 / Junior Suite $1000 / Grand Suite $1250 per person, double occupancy – includes admission to Mobile Beat/PBX Cruise events when booked through our agent – Taxes and Port Charges included. MORE INFORMATION


Q: Why start this cruise 2 days after Thanksgiving?
A: Isn’t that Saturday the quietest on your schedule every year? Plus it doesn’t overlap with any other weekend gig dates.
A: To get the best rate for everyone to attend – $100 less than equivalent cruises on other dates.
A: Because the sponsors liked it.

Q: Is this a tax write off for my business?
A: Check with your accountant but as long as there is educational content on the event of significance, our accountant here in Iowa tells us it is just like attending Mobile Beat or Photo Booth Expo in Las Vegas

Q: I’ve seen other cruises that are like this that cost twice to three times as much…why so cheap?
A: Because we are doing it for fun honestly. We are taking no markup on the cruise price, and just getting a couple free cabins for doing it.

Q: Do I need a passport?.
A: For cruises that begin and/or end in a U.S port, the following WHTI-Compliant Documents are acceptable for cruise travel. These standard forms of documentation will enable the Department of Homeland Security to quickly and reliably identify a traveler. U.S. Passport | Passport Card | State Enhanced Driver’s License | Certificate of U.S. Naturalization | Native American Indians | Unacceptable forms of documentation

Q: What other things happen on the cruise?
A: Not by a longshot. Remember this is a Carnival Cruise ship that has all the activities that they have for the other 2000ish people on the ship. So in addition to anything that the Mobile Beat/PBX group has planned, there is all the shows, comedians, deck events, buffets, tours, excursions, etc.
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