Called both "Dokdo Cruise English Camp" and "The Dokdo Cruise Camp" (독도 크루즈 어린이 영어캠프) it's run through the Korea Times newspaper. It's for elementary school students in grades four through six, and though the page says there will be foreign elementary school students as well, I haven't found anything else about that on the Korean-language page. It costs 770,000 won; that's about US$608 or 58,367 yen. There will be four sessions of 120 students in July and August, each running four nights and five days, and each following this program. It looks like they're scheduled for the Dokdo tour on Thursday morning. Actually this article lays out the program a little more, and says that they'll be at Korea Maritime University in Busan from Monday through Wednesday, and will board the Hanaraho on Wednesday evening. Yeah, the enthusiasm for Dokdo is tiring, but these summer camps are usually pretty fun, and I'd sure like to do an English camp where you snorkle, swim, and go rafting.
You can find teachers' profiles on the page---I knew one of them several years ago---and I came across a job ad on WorknPlay:
#4 SUMMER CAMP POSITION
Date: July 27th- Aug 21st
Salary: 2.7 ~ negotiable
*Maximum teaching hours per day : 3 hrs
*Lots of marine sports.
*Weekend free !
*Acommodation & Food provided
* We stay in the Cruise from Wed-Fri and go to Dokdo