The Crochet Cruises Final Voyage
The Crochet Cruises Final Voyage
The Crochet Cruises Final Voyage

Retiring the Crochet Cruises in 2022

The Crochet Cruises hosted an event produced by The Crochet Crowd will retire in 2022 with our Final Voyage.

By 2022, our final voyage will be Cruise #20 / #21. We wanted to hit 20 cruises and mark that off our list for something amazing we have accomplished.

We are setting up a VIP MAILING LIST for those who wish to be notified before the general public on the final 2 Back/Back Cruises, most likely in the Caribbean for 2022. This list will be the first to know of the sailing and a chance to book. There will most likely be more on the list than physical space in our group, so it’s best to respond asap once you are notified.

Pricing, Ship and Activity Fee is unknown. However, by signing up, you are not committed to saying YES.

We still have space in 2020 & 2021 for the next available cruises. Panama for 2019 has a waiting list. Southern Caribbean in 2020 is very limited and a waiting list is now being formed for specific types of cabins.

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A Quick Look Back

Without the Crochet Cruises, many people on my team and within our volunteer teams are people I would have never met in my life’s journey. These people, including the passengers who have continually sailed with us over the years, have enriched our lives beyond measure.

We have laughed together, cried together and celebrated the wonderful world of crochet on board the cruise ships since 2014.

Final Voyage

The final voyage will be our last conference-type program onboard the cruise ships. It will be the last time we ship skids and skids and skids of yarn to the ships.

The Next Generation Event to Come

We have a plan to morph and evolve to the next generation of events for our company. Trying something new. It may involve cruise ships or official landlocked locations. We are subtitling it as “Travel with The Boys” aka Daniel and I. There will not be yarn handed out by the boxes on the ship, there will not be any official workshops.

You bring your own yarn and your own ideas. This concept allows us to travel to locations where it is difficult to ship the yarn in advance. Incorporate activities with downtime involving the crochet community.

It may involve locations here in Canada or in the USA or even in Europe. We love Europe as a go-to destination for touring for Daniel and I. An event where you are not tied to an event schedule of a conference or crocheting with yarn you don’t prefer. It could be places like Ireland or even cruising the Mediterranian through Italy, Barcelona, Greece and more.

We did our first Team Cruise back in 2018 and with having no structured classroom time, it was one of the best cruises for really getting to know each other. Man, I got a lot of crocheting done.

With an activity fee, we can plan events dedicated to our groups such as conference or meeting place rentals to allow us the space to hook out and cab. With optional extra tours where busing and more can be arranged to move our party.

Overview of a Crochet Cruise

38 thoughts on “The Crochet Cruise Final Voyage 2022

  1. Just one question, I have mobility problems. As I am in the UK and would have to get flights to meet the ship (no problem) would it be suitable for me with a mobility scooter? Also I would have an assistance dog with me.

    Many thanks

  2. Please put me on the list for the final cruise. I’m working with Sherry on taking the Alaskan cruise. I’m so sorry you are retiring the cruises as I just found them. Many thanks, Necs

  3. Please put me on the list for Crochet Cruise.i would like to have more informations about. I am so sorry you retiring Crochet Cruise.

      • There is a sign up section on this article. You can just use the form and it will sign up for you. Due to CASL restrictions, we cannot enter in your email to an email list without having to verify and have prove you submitted. It’s easier if you do it, therefore, you can remove yourself at anytime. 😀

  4. It would be a dream come true I would like more information and pricing and I love watching your show Mikey you are the best of the best
    Debbie Corona

  5. Can I know how much previous cruises have been so I have a ballpark idea what it will cost?
    I am a bit confused. Is there one more cruise where there is yarn given out or do you have to bring your own yarn on the remaining cruises?

  6. I can’t imagine the logistics of planning a cruise involving crochet. I can see why you would want to change this up to something else. I just wish I would have had an opportunity to participate.

    Good for you for deciding to make it a little easier on yourselves.

  7. “honk out and cab”?? 🙂 . LOVE this new concept, guys!!

    Claudia Garren (Western Carribean ’18 – I think!)

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