Posted July 24th, 2017, 03:19 PM
Music cruises can be really amazing, but in the case of a band-specific cruise like this, I agree about probably
not being to interact too closely with the band members. I suppose the organizers could arrange things like smaller, more intimate meet'n'greets with the band (maybe c. 50 fans at a time), but I haven't heard of many that do.
I go on a music cruise every year, but it has 60 bands and 4 stages, so no one band is so popular that they'd be mobbed by fans (which would happen with someone like NKOTB). It's an awesome cruise and it's great fun...I just wish it was on a Carnival ship and not Royal Caribbean.
Carnival Magic, 10/07/2018 --
great itinerary and a new ship class to explore!
Independence of the Seas, 2/1/2018 -- 70,000 Tons of Metal
music cruise, 60 bands, 4 stages!
Carnival Vista, 10/1/2017
-- with 6 friends, new ship and first time to Grand Cayman! My Cruise Critic Review
Independence of the Seas, 2/2/2017 -- 70,000 Tons of Metal
music cruise, third year "survivor"!
Carnival Conquest 10/9/2016 --
HMC (missed), Amber Cove and Grand Turk.My Cruise Critic review
Independence of the Seas, 2/04/2016 -- 70,000 Tons of Metal
music cruise, second-year "survivor"!
Carnival Conquest, 10/12/2015
-- Nassau, HMC (missed) and Grand Turk -- Columbus Day escape
Liberty of the Seas, 1/22/2015, 70,000 Tons of Metal
music cruise, my first time and it was amazing!
, HMC, Grand Turk and Nassau -- two faves and one meh port
, HMC, Nassau and Grand Turk -- good inexpensive getaway!
, HMC (missed), St. Thomas, San Juan, Grand Turk -- great 7-day itinerary! Review: http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=1721966
, Key West, Cozumel -- birthday cruise and mom's anniversary cruise! Review: http://www.cruisecritic.com/memberre...?EntryID=96886
RCCL's Majesty of the Seas
, Nassau, Key West, Cococay -- first cruise and hooked on cruising!