An Odyssey With the Salahis

White House crashers touted as stars of Potomac cruise

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    Tareq Salahi and Michaele Salahi, the White House party crashers, attend Pure Nightclub Jan. 16 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    The presale has ended, but are still a few tickets available to buy at the door if you're cruisin' to see Tareq and Michaele Salahi up close and personal -- and on the Potomac.

    As first reported by the Reliable Source, the White House party crashers are being touted "as the stars of a cash-bar Potomac cruise ship party."  From Brightest Young Things:

    Hop on the majestic Odyssey cruise ship (or as we like to call it, the USS FriendShip) on the Potomac for your 3 hour boat party complete with disco music provided by Beautiful Swimmers (get it?), captain hats (ironic or not? you decide), The White House Party Crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi as stowaways (for real), free food, all the finalists for the “Best Dressed List DC” contest, and eye patches. Let’s party on a boat. Cruise on.

    As reported with their transforming appearance at a Las Vegas nightclub, the Salahis are not taking money for their time. The event itself is not free; it's $25 at the door, cash only, and the boat leaves promptly at 8 p.m. 

    "They're just friends with one of the organizers," a rep told the Reliable Source. How generous of them!

    Although, it should be noted, the Salahis did not actually waive their $5,000 appearance fee at Pure nightclub in Vegas, but had it wired to them after the event and then donated a significant portion of their appearance fee to the relief effort. Uh-huh.

    So if the ship suddenly got swept off to a remote island in the middle of nowhere, no one would mind?