Bobbie Jo Barker, Shore Excursion Coordinator, Princess Cruises Florida was represented on board the Island Princess by Kirsty Fox, who conducted the short and congenial award ceremony aboard the ship anchored in the Oranjestad Harbor.
The ceremony included an award presentation, a tour of the ship and breakfast on board, and was attended by Marcus Wiggins and Cindy Cynowa, on behalf of Windfeather Charters, and Mi Dushi.
Mi Dushi Sail & Snorkel with Lunch won the award based on high ratings and positive passenger comments, said Kirsty, in addition to the tour being of excellent value to cruise ship passengers.
Built in Sweden in 1925 of oak and mahogany Mi Dushi is an 80 Ft. windward vessel, one of the last great authentic sailing ships still operating in the Caribbean. Every day her lockers are stocked, her anchors hoisted, and her sails set as she departs on her Sailing and Snorkeling adventures.
Her Captain and Crew welcome guests aboard and demonstrate that their experience is only outweighed by their spirit to serve.
“What separates Mi Dushi from her competitors,” says owner Marcus Wiggins, “is not only the personal attention and care each Guest receives, but also the unique experience of sailing a vessel powered by sheer muscle and the glorious trade winds of Aruba.”
Experienced sailors and novices, who want to get wild on Mi Dushi’s famous rope swing or just relax in the lounging area, may choose from among Mi Dushi’s several Sailing and Snorkeling excursions, the one which is just right for them. When booking via the website or calling direct, guests will discover why so many visitors to Aruba have voted Mi Dushi their favorite vacation activity, with many rebooking it year after year.