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Annual Jazz Party at Sea Announces Lineup

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The Annual Jazz Party At Sea is pleased to announce the lineup for the 12th Annual departure, November 4th through the 11th, 2012. We will set sail from New Orleans for seven nights aboard Norwegian Cruise Line's m/s Norwegian Star visiting Costa Maya, Belize City, Roatan and Cozumel.

Featured artists include Renee Rosnes Quartet with Peter Washington, Lewis Nash and Steve Wilson, The Judy Carmichael Trio with Harry Allen and Chris Flory, Bill Charlap, Paulinho Garcia, Eric Alexander Quartet with Harold Mabern, Nat Reeves and Joe Farnsworth, Steve Turre, Lynne Arriale trio with Omer Avitaland Anthony Pinciotti, Everett Greene, The Winard Harper Septet with Roy Assaf, Stephen Porter, Michael Dease, Bruce Harris, Jovan Alexandre and Alioune Faye, Willie Pickens, Larry Gray, Paul Wertico and Stu Katz.

More artists will be announced shortly.

In addition to this jazz extravaganza aboard ship, there will be a pre-cruise jazz package offered in New Orleans, choose from 1, 2 or 3 nights.

Cruise fares include 7 night cruise with choice of time and restaurant for all meals, entrance to all jazz concerts, parties, rap sessions and events, all customary ship programs and activities, pre-paid gratuities to shipboard personnel, port charges, government taxes and fees. Fares begin at $1239 per person based on double occupancy.

This private party is sponsored by the Annual Jazz Party At Sea Consortium; Jazz Club At Sea (US), Chancery Cruising (UK), and PS Tours (DE). Those persons booking directly with NCL, the internet or elsewhere will not be admitted to these events.

For bookings contact Jazz Club At Sea, 800-433-0493 or email [email protected]

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