I attended BTC 2011 and it was the best vacation I have ever had, then I went on BTC 2012 and it was even better! Everything is good: the ship, the Caribbean, lots of new friends who love the Beatles as I do, lots of phenomenal music and talent, getting to meet and talk with the talent, and lots of fun and laughter. I will continue to do this cruise as I love everything it includes. This year the performers got together and played and it was great music indeed. Those who put this together work so hard to make us all happy and they do such an incredible job. LJ is a wonder, Revolution was terrific, Tim Piper IS John Lennon, and Mark Hudson - an immensely talented and very funny man. I can't say enough and I am so glad that I learned about this cruise so that I could be a part of it for a second time. I plan on many more BTC cruises as they are a splendid time for all! Yeah Yeah Yeah!
Enjoy your day, Debbie B.
"Tony Bramwell is the man! Mark Hudson is the energy! Laurence Juber is the maestro! A splendid time is guaranteed for all." Rich & Felicia B.
To Angela, Joe & Don E Gee,
It was a pleasure meeting everyone who attended The BTC 2012. I don't know if you remember me, but I was part of the trivia contest the night we were in the Jazz On 4. I also participated in the trivia the night of the Tim Piper Imagine show. I was on a team with Bill Johnson, Julie Amento, and Joey Amento. Anyway, it was my first cruise, and naturally my first Beatles Tribute Cruise. I enjoyed myself immensely!! I really did have a great time with all the Beatle People! I hope to be able to do it again. Thanks for putting on such a good agenda. You did a great job! All the Best, Danny S.
My mother and I (a 2nd generation avid Beatles fan) love cruises anyway. Being the largest cruise ship in the world and learning about the appearing guests and activities were enough to take a chance on what was our first Beatles Tribute Cruise. We found ourselves up close to the guests and showered with Beatles goodies. Laurence Juber was musically excellent, Tim Piper emotionally moved us with his rendition of Just Imagine, Mark Hudson was incredibly funny, and Tony Bramwell shared his memories and wonderful film footage of "The Boys". I was brave enough to be on a panel for the trivia contest and, although nervous, was able to pull out a prize by answering the first four questions. Everyone I talked to in our group was very friendly, and that made sense for we all possessed that common bond ... a love for the greatest rock band of all time. We have attended other Beatles-related celebrations for 35 years and are now ready to add this unique "celebration" to our annual itinerary. Jennifer S. & Rebecca M.