Saturday, May 11, 2019

2nd Annual Party-Boat-Ride around Manhattan!


Celebrate Mothers Day with #SalsaFam
DJ Ralphie Mercado RMP
DJ Rob Lo Birthday Bash!


Your Host J.I.Starr El Boricua de New York


Live Performance by el Gallo Salsero
T I T O   R O J A S singing all his hits!


Sailing aboard the newest Circle Line ship in the fleet!
boarding 630 pm Sailing 7 pm Sharp
(If you're late, we will wave..lol)


Parking is available right at the pier on a first come first served basis


Join the 50/50 Raffle and leave with a bundle of Ca$h!


Delicious Spanish Buffet available


Cash Bar


2 Levels pumping the music Upper level ->Salsa!
Lower level Freestyle-House-Classics


Tell a friend and join us for the biggest Mothers Day Music-Fest on the water


Rain or Shine NO Refunds. The party must go on!


Bring your Emailed tickets for admission


 Limited Space get your tickets in advance or miss the boat.

Tickets & packages are non-refundable

Must have a valid photo state/federal ID & 21yrs and over only allowed

YOUR ENTERTAINMENT

Tito Rojas
DJ Ralphie Mercado III
DJ Rob-Lo
As Performed on board the Salsa Cruise Stage @ sea and once again is back to perform for his Salsa Cruise Family.

He started his career in 1975, with Pedro Conga and his International Orchestra. Through our his many years in the music industry he was performed with "Conjunto Borincuba", conducted by Justo Betancourt, as lead singer, Fania All-Stars and had a "hit" song with El Campesino (The Farmer).

In 1990, Rojas went "solo" and recorded Sensual (1990), Condename (1992), and A Mi Estilo (At My Style) (1994), however it was his 1995 recording Por Propio Derecho (On my own right), that placed Rojas on the Latin Billboards hit list. He gained the recognition he always wanted when he won a double Platinum Record Award, the Paoli Prize for "Best Salsa Artist of the Year" and an "ACE" Award.
In 1996, Rojas had hits with Humildemente (Humbly) and Pal' Pueblo (For my town), he also released 20th Aniversario, Alegrias y Penas and Navidad con Tito in 1999.
As Performed on board the Salsa Cruise Stage & is our veretarn DJ & Stage production . He is back to perform for his Salsa Cruise Family.

Ralph Mercado III, better known as Ralphie Mercado, has had music in his blood since the day he was born. The son of Latin music impresario Ralph Mercado was literally baptized into the music scene. It was a symbolic first step in his long and evolving journey through the many facets of the music and entertainment worlds.
Mercado first started exercising his musical talents at family gatherings, where he would always be asked to play the music and entertain guests. "I knew how to dance before I could walk," said Mercado. Mercado was also a recognizable face on television at the time. Between the ages of 3 and 8, Mercado was a child actor who appeared on several hit TV shows, including Sesame Street.

http://www.ralphiemercado.com
As Performed on board the Salsa Cruise Stage & is one of the 1st DJ's of Salsa Cruise . He is back to perform for his Salsa Cruise Family.

..."The UnDisPuted", DJ ROB-LO is one of the most established DJ's in the music industry today. Since ROB-LO first touched the turntables back in 1987, he has mastered how to manipulate the music and work the dance floors. His years of experience have brought his music to an abundance of cities throughout the United States and abroad, including numerous cities.
ROB-LO has played along side some of the music industries finest DJ’s such as DJ Jazzy Jeff, Crooklyn Clan, Skribbles, and Kid Capri. ROB-LO has ripped the turntables in hundreds of different nightclubs throughout the world.

www.rob-lo.com
Meet The Salsa Cruise NYC Team
  1. https://www.facebook.com/myrna.franceschis
    Myrna
    CEO
  2. https://www.facebook.com/latinachinabx
    Georgina
    Assistant to CEO
  3. http://www.fiestaent.com/talent/j-i-starr/
    J.I.Starr
    Host
Contact Us
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Telephone: 718-272-5767

You can text me: 646.600.9340

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Luisito Carrion
DJ Ralphie Mercado III
Ismael Miranda
As Performed on board the Salsa Cruise Stage & is our veretarn DJ & Stage production . He is back to perform for his Salsa Cruise Family.

Ralph Mercado III, better known as Ralphie Mercado, has had music in his blood since the day he was born. The son of Latin music impresario Ralph Mercado was literally baptized into the music scene. It was a symbolic first step in his long and evolving journey through the many facets of the music and entertainment worlds.
Mercado first started exercising his musical talents at family gatherings, where he would always be asked to play the music and entertain guests. "I knew how to dance before I could walk," said Mercado. Mercado was also a recognizable face on television at the time. Between the ages of 3 and 8, Mercado was a child actor who appeared on several hit TV shows, including Sesame Street.

http://www.ralphiemercado.com
Puerto Rican Ismael Miranda became involved in popular music at a young age, participating in different local bands before teaming up with Andy Harlow. He debuted in 1967 with the release of an album recorded along with Joey Pastrana, featuring the hit "Rumbón Melon." In 1973, Ismael Mirandajoined Fania All-Stars, getting the nickname of "Niño Bonito" (Pretty Boy) due to his youthfulness. Later, he assembled his own orquestra called La Revelación, releasing a successful full-length record titled Asi Se Compone Un Son. He toured around the world soon after.
A native of Arecibo in Puerto Rico, Luisito Carrión has been singing since age 13. He began his career as a salsa artist with Orquesta Kafe, Orquesta La Nativa and Grupo Concepto Latino.
In his early performances he sung along withCelia Cruz, Adalberto Santiago and Santitos Colon. Later he played in Salsa Fever together with Julio Gunda Mercéd where he had various hits like “Renta de Amor” y “Señores ahí va Julián”. He later joined the Bobby Valentín Orchestra where he sung the hits “El Agua”, “El Señor de las señoras”, “Ramos de flores”, “El Gigolo”, “Tributo de Cali”, y “Como lo hago yo”. In his evolutionary process Luisito joined the Don Perignon Orchestra where he sung “La Fuga” and later joined la Sonora Ponceña where he came out with the songs “Yaré” and “A Comer Lechón”.
In 1997 he recorded with y Su Apollo Sound in the production “Mi música 1997”. In the late 90’s Carrión starts his career as a soloist for MP Records together with Julio Gunda Mercéd and Rafael Bodo Torres where he comes with hits like: Sin tu amor, “La chica mas popular”, “Nadie como tu”, “Porque”, “Amiga Mia”, “Muriendo”, “Como ave sin rumbo” y “"Para ser Real”. Today, Luisito Carrión is regarded as one of Puerto Rico’s top soneros.