All aboard! Ukulele Fun Camp on board Royal Caribbean's Mariner of the Seas.
Join the team from UKULELE MOVEMENT this December for a fun-filled ukulele cruise on board Royal Caribbean's Mariner of the Seas. Our very own UM Instructor and artistes–RJ & Wan–will be conducting a beginners' ukulele workshop followed by a jam (complimentary for two participants with every cabin reservation). For those of you who are planning to sign up for a ukulele workshop with us, you may want to consider this holiday package. Learn the basics of playing the ukulele while on a luxury cruise!
Chill out on deck under the starry night and enjoy a mini ukulele concert by our ukulele duo. Stay till the end of the concert for the Lucky Draw and stand a chance win attractive prizes.
This is a 3 night weekend cruise sailing to KL (Port Klang) departing Singapore on 19 Dec 2014, returning 22 Dec 2014. Prices start from $598 (special price only when booked through UKULELE MOVEMENT).
You won't find this price anywhere else for this sail date.
Please book your tickets now.
Cruise price does not include a ukulele. You can either bring your own or buy one Makala Dolphin with tuner at a special cruise price of $58 including GST (only when you sign up for the cruise, limited to two per cabin) from UM Loft. To attend the workshop, having a uke is a must. No loan sets will be provided on board.
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If you enjoyed the past instalments of Uke GOT TALENT, the next one is going to get better! The ukulele open-mic format will now be a contest where 8 finalists will compete for the positions of Best Solo Ukulele Player and Best Ukulele Band. If you think you’ve got what it takes, simply send us a short video of you or your band playing the ukulele. You might just be the one of the finalist to perform at The Cathay’s Ukulele Party (TCUP) on 8 November 2014 at the atrium of The Cathay.
The best solo ukulele player will walk away with an aNueNue Gerald Ross Signature tenor ukulele worth S$538 and the best ukulele band will win up to 4 sets of aNueNue World Series soprano ukulele worth a total of S$472.