If hearing ‘70s music makes you want to put on a flowy dress or platform shoes, and find a disco ball to twirl under, you might want check out the ‘70’s Music Cruise to Bermuda.
This polyester shirt-filled cruise to the Caribbean has been taking passengers back in time, and to some of the most exotic locales on earth, for a few years now. It’s back for a 2016 cruise that will leave on April 30th for a 5-night magical mystery tour to Bermuda, a destination made for groovy times.
Sound like your kind of cruise? If so, read more below, book your ticket, and then pack your bell bottoms for a journey that memories are made of.
New York’s The 70’s Band and 45rpm invite you to sail with them to the crystal waters of the Caribbean. Your ‘70s music cruise will start with an exclusive welcome reception and private cocktail party where you can meet the band and talk tunes of the ‘70s.
On your ‘70s Music Cruise to Bermuda, you’ll enjoy 3 closed-door shows featuring That ‘70s Band and 45rpm. Your VIP concert lanyard will allow you into all concerts and special events. And, it gets you access to a 3-hour open bar that’s pouring during all concerts.
The sounds of the ‘70’s will take center stage on the ‘70s Music Cruise to Bermuda. But, in between shows, you might want to ditch the bell bottoms and don your bathing suit. You’ll be sailing on some of the most gorgeous seas on Earth, which means you’ll have the chance to snorkel or swim until your heart’s content.
Also off ship, you have pink sand beaches to sunbathe on and palm trees to lounge under. When you’re back on your cruise ship, you’ll enjoy plenty of time partying with the bands and taking in all kinds of shipboard entertainment.
Your ‘70s Music Cruise to Bermuda takes place on Anthem of the Seas, the newest ocean liner in the Royal Caribbean fleet. Anthem of the Seas is a vessel designed to wow. It features expertly-decorated staterooms, game-changing technology, superb dining options, and groundbreaking venues for listening to music and celebrating.
Anthem of the Seas is a ship in Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class, a class of vessels known for innovative features like the RipCord by iFly attraction, the first skydiving experience at sea.
The ‘70s Music Cruise to Bermuda is a 5-night, 6-day cruise that departs Cape Liberty, Bayonne, New Jersey on April 30th and returns on May 6th. It transports ‘70s music-loving passengers to Kings Wharf, Bermuda, where it will stay docked for 2 full days.
Along with 2 days in Bermuda, cruisers will spend 2 entire days at sea. The ‘70s Music Cruise to Bermuda itinerary gives cruisers plenty of time to enjoy beaches, gazing at ocean vistas while sailing, and partying aboard a ship packed with other ‘70s music lovers.
If you’re ready for a rockin’ vacation like the one you’ll surely have on the ‘70s Music Cruise to Bermuda, visit the Cruise and Travel Shoppe Website. They’re taking bookings right now for the party of the year featuring the best decade of music ever.