The Groove Cruise


Love the sea? Looking for a party? Try the Groove Cruise!

Cruise ShipPhoto Credit: by blmiers2 via photopin (cc)

Launched by Jason Beukema, an avid cruiser who was always left nonplussed by the festivities on cruise liners, The Groove Cruise is a full-ship charter with a capacity of 2,300 guests ready for a three-day non-stop party.

“The Groove Cruise, on a Norwegian Cruise Line ship, offers a dozen dance parties throughout the weekend and music playing the entire 72 hours. Contests and themes enhance the parties. There’s no set-schedule, meals are always available, and within reason, anything goes. The destination from Miami is Great Stirrup Cay, a private island in the Bahamas, where more than 40 artists perform.”

Sounds awesome, right? We think so, too. Read more about Jason and his party cruise here. Maybe it will be the perfect getaway for your next group trip!

 

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