Joel Barish joins Passages Deaf Travel on the world’s largest cruise ship, the Oasis of the Seas. 400 deaf people spent a week basking under the sun and swimming in the clear blue waters of Nassau, St. Thomas, and St. Maarteens. See Joel wipe out on the Flowrider, and dress up for 50s night. With deaf-only shore excursions, Deaf entertainers, evening games and events, Joel and PDT had one amazing week of fun and games.


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  • I watched your clip video all deaf cruise and look good. They are enjoyed it and good time. I would like go cruise wth them for 2 two weeks. If you have deaf cruise. I prefer lovely weather sunny! Please let me know. Thanks from Shirley

  • I enjoyed watching the all deaf cruise and all the deaf people had wonderful time !
    I have been the deaf cruise 2005 and had a blast ! Now I signed up with close deaf friend which we are celebrating our pre 50th birthday fun ! We are looking forward to deaf world cruise to europe and can’t wait to visit these countries and learn their cultures and foods too !


  • I met joel at st maarten island for Catamaran , our people were happy to swimm and dance with drink and great food . it was very hot weather so we did have big fun with john and joel. ( WONDERFUL ) next year again joel will come it

  • fabulous !!! Glad John M invite Deaf guests to gave performance. It is worth to have them join the cruise more often. John and Adam did awesome job to make everyone laugh, dance, particular the game to development their confidence esteem building up to felt good about themselves.

    Thanks make me laugh to watch this video ~~


  • it is overwelming and stress on those deaf cruise and it need to be relaxing and enjoy peace on cruise ship. hearing is better more relaxing and not talk alot. i think of cunard line queen mary 2 is the best peace and quiet and relaxing ship. but those ship are alot of overwelming and bothersome.

  • Yeah John, I agree with you. That is why I am a cruise agent to help deaf with their own cruise experience and take their time and have more privacy for themselves to enjoy what they want to do rather than go with the group which is more stressful. I do group cruises as well but usually for smaller group of friends or families.