The legendary rock band KISS has once again partnered with Sixthman to offer their fans another unforgettable rock ‘n’ roll experience. This year’s sequel to the infamous inaugural voyage last fall will take place aboard the beautiful Norwegian Pearl Oct 31 through Nov 4, 2012 with fans rocking from Miami to Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas, Norwegian’s private island reserved just for KISS fans. Following an exclusive booking period for KISS Fan Club members, a limited number of remaining staterooms are now on sale to the public.
The four night cruise includes many features of the phenomenal 2011 voyage, as well as exciting new attractions, including each member of the band leading their own onboard activity. KISS Kruisers will have the rare opportunity to explore Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas. Guests will receive an exclusive autographed KISS Kruise II print and a photo of themselves with the band and their cabin mates. KISS will perform a live concert in Norwegian Pearl’s main theater, as well as a special unmasked acoustic show on the ship's pool deck. The KISS Kruise II also includes a Q-and-A with the band, costume contests, wild theme nights, and of course, an insane Halloween blowout, surpassing any music fan's wildest dreams. The Kruise also includes special performances from Big Rock Show, Radiolucent, and Yacht Rock Revue. Stay tuned for announcements regarding shows, contests, activities, and additional guest performers to round out this extraordinary event.
Fares include entertainment, meals in the complimentary restaurants, and access to many Norwegian Pearl amenities, such as the two pools, hot tubs, massive spa, rock climbing wall, sports deck and fitness center. Select balcony staterooms and luxury suites in The Haven by Norwegian, including the largest suite at sea – the 5,000-square foot Garden Villa that sleeps up to eight, are also available, featuring incredible views, private hot tubs, and butler and concierge services. For more information visit: TheKISSKruise.com.
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