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Cabo Rehearsal Dinner Idea

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#1 Cabo Wedding Coordinator

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    Posted 06 January 2007 - 05:20 AM

    Hello Brides,

    Here is a good idea for a cabo rehearsal dinner or just a DW activity, it`s a luxurious 144`triple deck catamaran called Cabo Rey, it will take you to the arch, lover beach where the sea of cortez and the pacific ocean become one.

    Offering 3 different types of trips:

    Margarita Cruise offering margaritas, pi±as coladas, beer, cocktail, juice, soda and bottled water and Live Music entertainment.

    Dinner Cruise with great entertainment from an Argentine Tango show or Gauchos Tap malambo while enjoying a great dinner. Dinner options:
    -Steamed Shrimp in white wine souce
    -Steam Lobster with caborey cream souce
    -Sea bass filet in white sauce
    -Margaritas, pi±as coladas, beer, soda, bottled water

    Daytime snorkeling and whalewathing Cruise
    Spend time snorkeling or just lying on Chileno Bay beach includes:
    -Lunch Buffet
    Green mixed salad, beef and chiken fajitas, refried beans, rice and fresh fruit.
    -Margaritas, pi±a colada, beer, soda adn bottled water.

    It`s the same price per person, deppending on the cruise option you choose you can make your own reservation through thier web site at
    :: CABOREY ::

    #2 JOELLEN

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      Posted 06 January 2007 - 08:51 PM

      Thank you for the idea! Do you know how much it costs? And can it be private? Thanks,
      Angela and Jesse
      April 21, 2007
      Cabo del Sol

      #3 Nrvsbride

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        Posted 06 January 2007 - 09:43 PM

        Thank you for this post. My fiance and I were looking for something like this. Do you have any information on pricing?


        #4 Cabo Wedding Coordinator

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          Posted 07 January 2007 - 07:13 PM

          I`m glad you could use these information here are the prices that I have:

          Dinner Cruise:
          price per person $82 usd
          tax $8.20
          Service $12.3
          Api $ 1.00
          Total price per person, $103.5
          Includes Dinner ,open bar, tour, international show and live music

          Margarita Cruise
          pricer per person $55 usd
          tax $5.50 P.P
          service $8.25 p.p
          Api $1.00 p.p
          Total price per person $69.75

          I don`t have the information for the snorkeling cruise but you can send an email to:
          Paris Vara at caborey@prodigy.net.mx and she can give you all the information you need.

          #5 gkashmira

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            Posted 08 January 2007 - 01:41 AM

            For you ladies interested in the boat cruise Tasha did a bunch of research a few months ago too. We were thinking about it for our rehearsal dinner but then my parents wanted top stay on land but I think it's a really cool idea!

            Here was the original thread for you ladies interested in researching this option: http://bestdestinati....com/forum/t903

            I had a quote from Sunrider for $2900 including tax/service for 60 peeps. This was for either a daytime lunch/snorkel cruise or a dinner sunset cruise. However I cannot speak for the quality as I have never actually worked with them.

            Tasha is working with them and it sounds like they're been very responsive.
            Kashmira & Dan
            Happily married since June 16, 2007
            Our mini-video: http://www.bajavideo...m/Kash_Dan.html
            Photo slideshow: http://www.tomasbarron.com/recent.php

            #6 Nrvsbride

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              Posted 08 January 2007 - 01:44 AM

              Thanks for the info.


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