We had an AMAZING cruise to the Baja Peninsula & the Sea of Cortez this 2017. We can not thank everyone enough, you truly made this cruise something truly special. A HUGE thank you to Kanile'a 'Ukulele (Joe & Kristen Souza), Kalei Gamiao, and of course Milo Fultz!
If you missed our Baja Peninsula & Sea of Cortez Cruise, please join us for our 5th Annual 'Ukulele Cruise August 24 - September 3, 2018 on board the Grand Princess®
Call Chris Merkel for more details: 707-486-5680
While on board will receive a FREE bag filled with goodies from 'Ohana Ukulele, GHS Strings, Kanile'a 'Ukulele, The 'Ukulele Site, Fusion Bags, and Hale 'Ukulele. There will also be several items available for our evening give aways, including a GRAND PRIZE Ukulele!
SPECIAL TEACHING GUESTS FOR 2018
With an insatiable urge to explore new and old sounds, Milo Fultz strives to work with as many styles and personalities as he can handle. From big bands and small jazz ensembles to pit orchestras and classical ensembles, blues, rock, funk, and soul groups to singer/songwriters, ukulele bands, and melodica duos, he finds joy in the variety and loves sharing every minute of it. Milo has performed all across North America, including the St. Johns Blues Festival in the Virgin Islands, the Montreal Jazz Festival, and the International Blues Competition in Tennessee. He also is an active teacher, maintaining a private studio where he teaches upright and electric bass and tutors general music theory and ear training, and collaborates with schools to assist students and give lessons. Milo is a very familiar face to ‘Ukulele cruise, as this is his 4th time joining Craig Chee & Sarah Maisel. He will be teaching ‘Ukulele Bass and jamming with every player on board!
Born and raised on Maui, Neal Chin has been playing the ʻukulele for sixteen years and teaching for fifteen. He moved to Honolulu, HI after High School to continue his teaching and performing career. Along with the teachers at the 'ukulele school 'Ukulele Hale, Neal’s students performed throughout the islands at events such as volunteering for the Shriners Hospital for Children, The ʻUkulele Picnic of Hawaiʻi and the Hawaiʻi Book and Music Festival. Neal’s students have also competed and placed in ʻukulele competitions, such as the Duke’s ʻUkes Contest.
Neal has performed with over fifty musicians and acts, including Benny Chong, Erika Elona, David Kamakahi, Illisit, and Steven Inglis. Neal has credits on many recordings, including the Nā Hōkū Hanohano award winning album, The Akira Project. He is also a prolific songwriter. During his time in Honolulu he received his A.S. in Music Business from the Honolulu Community College
Neal now resides in Seattle, Washington continuing his career performing, teaching, and recording. His latest album 'Ukulele Paintings has been nominated for the Nā Hōkū Hanohano award.
Don't forget to check periodically for updates- we will have some very special announcements coming up!
Feel Free to look through our pictures from our 2015 Caribbean 'Ukulele Cruise! All photos by Craig Chee.