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Dear Tango Lover: we look forward to seeing you on one (or more!) of our upcoming cruises. Each cruise features your choice of cabin, dining, workshops with the world's top tango instructors, parties & tango shows.

There is a cruise for everyone, whether you are into the classics, sunny beaches, northern climes, and more! Find your cruise today and book early for best cabin selection and savings!

Belize- Panama- Jamaica - Colombia - Costa Rica

Belize- Panama- Jamaica - Colombia - Costa Rica

February 25, 2018 to March 8, 2018 (11-Night Sailing)

MSCs Divina was designed by Sophia Loren and this vessel is exquisite.  Look what awaits you with these exotic Caribbean Ports; lush foliage; tropical wonders; pearl sand beaches; so much to enjoy.

We will dance tango 11 nights and visit 6 Ports; depart from Miami; relax and enjoy traditional tango tunes by our DJ Steve Brady from Seattle, WA, in the tango world known as Dr. Esteban; and our DJ from our 2016 cruise, El Actor, Francesco Tagliabue from Italy/Switzerland; what could possibly be better than enjoying this tango cruise with two astounding Disc Jockeys to provide fabulous tango music for our dancers from around the world.
We have booked guests from Argentina, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland, Greece, Ireland, Canada, Baja California Mexico, Dominican Republic, Russia and Johannesburg, South Africa, plus guests who were born in Hong Kong, China, Japan, Peru, Panama, Educador, Haiti, Cuba, Romania, Hungary, India, Great Britain, Spain, Vietnam, the Philippines and El Salvador, plus across the USA.

Click “learn more” for Booking Form (link is in top right corner)
and for the itinerary (scroll to the bottom).  Call to book your cabin today!!!
Diana has six Balcony Cabins available in our allotment as of 11/1/2017.
With the fabulous MSC Divina and the incredible itinerary this sailing is almost sold out!!!

MASTERS:
DJ Steve Brady
Steve Brady
Francesco Tagliabue
"El Actor"

Past Cruises
Eastern Caribbean II

Eastern Caribbean II

March 5-13, 2016 (8-Night Sailing)

The Caribbean Sea is incredibly teal to turquoise blue and very clear.  This beauty will entice the inner soul.  Add to this sailing the enjoyment of Argentine Tango dancing each night and some afternoons.  The Caribbean is one of the most relaxing places on earth.  For 8-nights we depart Ft. Lauderdale, FL on Royal Caribbean’s lovely lady, Navigator of the Seas that takes us to Haiti, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts, St. Maarten returning to Florida.

This is a tango dance cruise for more advanced dancers who want to escape the winter cold; meet dancers from around the world and relax in the warm sun and beaches of the Caribbean.  We are pleased to introduce our DJ from Switzerland, Francesco “El Actor”, who will provide traditional Argentine Tango music for our guests.  Stay Tuned for the latest news….

MASTERS:
Francesco Tagliabue

Denmark, England, France, Portugal, Spain, Italy

Denmark, England, France, Portugal, Spain, Italy

August 29, 2015 to September 11, 2015 (13-Night Sailing)

This cruise was cancelled 4/15/2015, but 6 guests sailed anyway from Copenhagen, Denmark on to Dover, England, then LeHavre, France, followed by Vigo, Spain; Lisbon, Portugal; Malaga and Valencia, Spain and ending up in Savona, Italy to tour the Italian Riviera.

On August 25th, just 4 days from sailing Graciela Thrope-Powers from Santa Fe, NM passed away due to leukemia.  Her dance friend Carl sailed and took marvelous photos which are posted in our Gallery for this cruise.  She will be missed in her community and by all who knew her.

MASTERS:
Jorge Torres y Maria Blanco
Luis Castro y Claudia Mendoza

Western Mediterranean – Spain, Baleares & Malta

Western Mediterranean – Spain, Baleares & Malta

October 1-8, 2013 (7-Night Sailing)

                       - – - Cancelled April 1, 2013

Tango at Sea Festival BARCELONA 2013 – Cancelled April 1, 2013

With 85% more women bookings than men we were forced to cancel our 2013 events.

MASTERS:
Carlos & Maria Rivarola
Jorge Torres & Maria Blanco
Luis Castro y Claudia Mendoza

Classical Empires of the Western Mediterranean

Classical Empires of the Western Mediterranean

October 16-27, 2012 (11-Night Sailing)

Immerse yourself in the evocative North African ambience of Casablanca and explore the markets of Morocco, experience the Phoenician ruins on Spain's Costa del Sol. Spend long summer days and balmy evenings cruising through thousands of years of history embodied by the Mediterranean Sea. Sailing from Savona, Italy.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Carlos & Maria Rivarola
Nito & Elba Garcia
Luis Castro y Claudia Mendoza

Italy & the Ancient East Mediterranean

Italy & the Ancient East Mediterranean

September 3-14, 2011 (11-Night Sailing)

Join Tango at Sea in 2011 for an intense itinerary made of exciting landscapes, ancient artifacts and priceless treasures. Cruise through the millenia all in one unforgettable voyage. In mid-March, Costa Cruise Lines changed ports of call from Egypt and Israel to Santorini, Greece, and Alanya and Marmaris, Turkey. Sailed from Savona, Italy.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Carlos & Maria Rivarola
Luis Castro y Claudia Mendoza

Caribbean Argentine Tango and Swing

Caribbean Argentine Tango and Swing

April 17-24, 2011 (7-Night Sailing)

Tango and swing on this fabulous cruise through the Caribbean. Sandy beaches, spectacular moonrises and lots of fun. We expect as many as 500 dancers on this cruise! Tango at Sea is collaborating with Kom og Dans of Norway for this sailing. Kom og Dans sailed March 2010 with 430 swing dancers from Norway and Sweden, in addition to 120 from the USA. Please book early for great cabin location. Ports of call include Montego Bay, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico. Sailed from Galveston, Texas.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Fernanda Ghi & Guillermo Merlo
Jorge & Jairelbhi Furlong

Alaska Inside Passage II

Alaska Inside Passage II

June 21, 2010 to July 1, 2010 (10-Night Sailing)

Monumental glaciers, wildlife, history and culture

So incredibly beautiful, you’ll think you stepped into a painting. This is Alaska as seen from the panoramic perspective of your dazzling Princess cruise ship. Monumental glaciers are nature’s draw and Alaska’s waterways reveal more of these thrilling Ice Age giants than anywhere else on earth. Alaska’s Inside Passage is one of the most scenic sea-lanes in the world, home to bald eagles, whales, sea lions, otters, brown bears, mountain goats and flocks of seabirds. Plus you’ll visit a variety of flavorful ports of call full of rich history and native culture. Sailed from San Francisco.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Carlos & Maria Rivarola
Jorge Torres
Nito & Elba Garcia
Miriam Larici & Leonardo Barrionuevo

Ski to Sea

Ski to Sea

April 18-25, 2010 (7-Night Sailing)

End of Ski Season Party Cruise

Just south of the U.S. border lies a vibrant culture, world-class beaches, lush green rain forests, and vividly painted architecture that will dazzle your eyes. Whether your idea of adventure is exploring a colonial city or discovering the joys of a siesta on a white-sand beach, a Mexican cruise vacation is perfect for you. Sailed from Los Angeles.

MASTERS:
Orlando Paiva, Jr.

Italy & the East Mediterranean

Italy & the East Mediterranean

October 12-22, 2009 (10-Night Sailing)

Dancing on Three Continents!

Join Tango at Sea on a voyage of discovery to Italy and the Eastern Mediterranean. Visit Alexandria, gateway to Cairo, the Pyramids and the splendour of Egypt and call at Limassol on the pretty island of Cyprus. Plus you will visit Katakolon, for Olympia, birthplace of the Olympic Games. Sailed from Savona, Italy.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Luis Castro y Claudia Mendoza
Jorge Torres
Natalia Hills & Gabriel Misse
Daniel Rodriguez & Valeria Carmel

Caribbean &  the Panama Canal

Caribbean & the Panama Canal

June 9-19, 2009 (10-Night Sailing)

The creation of the Panama Canal literally changed the world - so just imagine what it can do for your tango cruise. With tropical jungles, white-sand beaches and vibrant cultures in every port of call, a cruise through this engineering masterpiece is nothing short of amazing. Sailed from Miami.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Carlos & Maria Rivarola
Oscar Mandagaran & Georgina Vargas

Venice & the East Mediterranean

Venice & the East Mediterranean

September 29, 2008 to October 6, 2008 (7-Night Sailing)

From Venice to Bari in Italy, before stopping at Katakolon where you can visit Olympia, birthplace of the Olympic Games. Next is Santorini and the picturesque island of Mykonos followed by the medieval Rhodes; finally, Dubrovnik will fascinate you with its beautiful architecture. Sailed from Venice.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Oscar Mandagaran & Georgina Vargas
Gustavo Rosas & Gisela Natoli
Jesús Velazquez & Valeria Carmel
Eduardo Saucedo & Marisa Quiroga

Western Caribbean III

Western Caribbean III

October 16-23, 2005 (7-Night Sailing)

There really aren't enough adjectives to describe the color of the Caribbean. Clear, blue and beautiful don't do the trick. Just know it never disappoints. Throw in white-sand beaches, great dive spots, duty-free shopping and some rather colorful colonial history and you've got a great cruise vacation. It's also one of the most relaxing spots on earth. Port of Houston, TX to Cozumel & Vera Cruz; missed Belize and Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras due to Hurricane Rita. Departure port changed from New Orleans, LA due to Hurricane Katrina.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Miriam Larici & Hugo Patyn
Nora Olivera & Ed Neale
Carina Losano

East Mediterranean & the Greek Isles

East Mediterranean & the Greek Isles

October 10-17, 2004 (7-Night Sailing)

Tango at Sea 2004 to the Greek Isles was an extraordinary adventure. A total of 61 guests enjoyed the marvelous sites we visited with the varied tours available, plus ones they created of their own, including Greek and Tango dancing in a lovely restaurant in Rhodes, Greece. Sailed from Venice.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Nito & Elba Garcia
Fernanda Ghi & Guillermo Merlo
Angel Garcia
Christy Cote
Carina Losano
Michelle Badion & Evan Wallace

Western Caribbean II

Western Caribbean II

October 19-26, 2003 (7-Night Sailing)

Port of Miami, FL to Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Costa Maya, Cozumel. Sailed from Miami.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Nito & Elba Garcia
Fernanda Ghi & Guillermo Merlo
Michelle Badion & Evan Wallace

Hawaii

Hawaii

September 22-29, 2002 (7-Night Sailing)

Port of Honolulu to Oahu, Hilo, Fanning Island, Kiribati, Kahului, Maui. Sailed from Honolulu.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Nito & Elba Garcia
Fernanda Ghi & Guillermo Merlo
George Garcia
Christy Cote

Alaska Inside Passage I

Alaska Inside Passage I

September 9-16, 2001 (7-Night Sailing)

Port of Seattle, WA to Victoria, BC, Canada, Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, Alaska. Sailed from Seattle.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Fernanda Ghi & Guillermo Merlo
Christy Cote
Michelle Badion & Evan Wallace

Mexican Riviera

Mexican Riviera

November 26, 2000 to December 2, 2000 (6-Night Sailing)

Port of Los Angeles to Cabo, Mazatlan & Puerto Vallarta. Sailed from Los Angeles.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Nito & Elba Garcia
Nora Dinzelbacher
Daniel Lapadula
Christy Cote
Leon C. Harris
Michelle Badion & Evan Wallace

Eastern Caribbean

Eastern Caribbean

December 4-11, 1999 (7-Night Sailing)

Ports of call in the East Caribbean.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Nito & Elba Garcia
Nora Dinzelbacher
Daniel Lapadula
Christy Cote
Leon C. Harris

Western Caribbean I

Western Caribbean I

March 8-15, 1998 (7-Night Sailing)

Port of Ft. Lauderdale to Key West, FL, Cozumel, Jamaica, Grand Cayman. Sailed from Ft. Lauderdale.

PHOTO GALLERY

MASTERS:
Nito & Elba Garcia
Nora Dinzelbacher
Christy Cote
Leon C. Harris

 

What you're saying about us...

I just want to thank you again for the most awesome time we had with you in October 2012 and all those fabulous people we met, it was the best Holiday we have ever had.  We have started saving to do another cruise with you in the future so please keep us informed about what is happening. Thanks so much.  Lots of love.  

Alda Handel
Johannesburg, South Africa