The Monsters of Rock Cruise 2018 is Booking Now

The next Monsters of Rock Cruise may not be until next year, but it’s booking now and it may sell out quickly. This fun music-themed cruise departs from Miami, Florida on February 11, 2018, en route to Falmouth, Jamaica and the private island of Labadee. It returns on February 16, 2018, full of cruisers who will have enjoyed concerts and activities with top names in rock including Queensryche and LA Guns.

The Entertainment

On the Monsters of Rock Cruise, passengers and musicians visit tropical paradises while rocking the high sees to some of the best sounds in history. This cruise is an exclusive opportunity to indulge in non-stop entertainment from Queensryche, LA Guns, Lita Ford, Atomic Punks and other banger bands, including Great White. As on previous Monster of Rock Cruises, this year’s journey will start off with an optional Pre-Cruise Party (details will be announced in the weeks leading up to the cruise).

The Itinerary


Falmouth, Jamaica is the first stop on the cruise, offering travelers a chance to take a break from the music and parties and get in a bit of sun and alternative fun. This lush and tropical spot situated between Montego Bay and Ocho Rios, on the North Coast of Jamaica, has one of the most stunning natural wonders in the world – River Falls. It’s where water cascades naturally over terraced stairs and it’s absolutely picturesque. This is just one of the highlights of a trip to Falmouth (wait until you see the lagoons).


In Labadee, adventurer rockers can take part in the ultimate private beach experience. The destination is only for Royal Caribbean Guests, so your voyage on the cruise line’s Navigator of the Sees gives you VIP status on the island. Swim in crystal clear waters, hang out at bars and simply revel in paradise.

The Monsters of Rock Cruise 2018 will be one of the most incredible music shows at sea. The concert venues on the ship are perfect, and guests get to share the company of like-minded people. Visit the Monsters of Rock Cruise website to find out more and to book your passage.

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