On their website, World Yacht clearly states under ""The Entertainment"": ""The city's your dancing partner. World Yacht offers an evening as magical as the movies. An eclectic mix of DJs and live musicians invites guests to dance the night away with friends, or cheek to cheek with that special someone"". The husband of my girlfriend decided to give her a birthday party on World Yacht because we are a group of ballroom dance students, and what better way to celebrate than to have a dinner-dance cruise? He even paid for the dance instructors to come and dance with us, and rented a bus for the trip. Well, it turns out that there was no DJ, and there were no live musicians. We were quite perplexed because we had been on a World Yacht cruise before and the music starts almost immediately as soon as the ship leaves port. Upon inquiring, we were told that the DJ had an accident and could not make it (it also explains why the ship sailed late, past 7 pm). What made it even worse was that World Yacht did not have a Plan B. Apparently, they only had one CD on board - an old one of Gloria Estefan. Nothing personal against Gloria, who has some really nice dance tunes, but listening to Conga several times on an expensive dinner-dance cruise was not exactly what we expected. Several of us spoke to the manager, Yolanda, who said she was trying to do something about it, but she never succeeded. She even asked us to help her out with radio stations to play. So all night we were alternating between Gloria Estefan's old CD, and staticky radio stations with all their commercials. How can a business that boasts of dinner and dancing not have an alternate plan if a DJ does not show up? Would it have been too much to expect the boat to have a set of CDs or an iPod just in case the DJ could not make it? How difficult would that be? In addition, had we been informed before the ship sailed that we were not going to get what we had expected, we could probably have asked the guests to get their CDs in their cars and make the best of the trip!! Or we could have been given the option to sail on another date!! But no - we were out in the water with no other option by the time we found out that we would not be able to dance as expected. I felt really sorry for my girlfriend, who was so apologetic and said that we could have just gone to a regular restaurant, instead of going through all this trouble and expense. The dinner was not bad, but we feel that our friends should get at least a 50% refund for this disappointing birthday party, because the entertainment was not delivered as advertised.