Get Ready to Rock the Boat with Air Supply
When soft rock duo Air Supply jumps aboard Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas this fall, fans of the 80's hit-makers will be sipping cocktails on the deck by day and singing along to "Even the Nights Are Better" when the sun goes down.
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Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock will celebrate 35 years of collaboration on a seven-night voyage to the Eastern Caribbean from October 31st to November 7th, treating 3,634 passengers to hit singles such as "All Out of Love" and "Making Love out of Nothing at All."
"Rather than just having a fan club meeting at a hotel to commemorate this very special anniversary, we thought a cruise to the Caribbean would be much more exciting," said Graham Russell in a press release.
The hit-makers will perform two exclusive shows at sea and host nightly concerts featuring performers such as Christopher Cross and John Waite. Other cruise activities include an opening night Halloween costume party, autograph sessions, wine tasting, fan get-togethers, question and answer sessions with the pair, and "other special surprise activities."
Amenities aboard Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas include an ice-skating rink, Solarium with whirlpools, a world-class nightclub, rock climbing wall, water park with interactive fountains and a cascading waterfall, and wireless Internet throughout the ship. The ship also features a Ben & Jerry's, Johnny Rockets, British-themed pub, wine bar, and three-story dining room offering food and wine from around the world.
The Air Supply Cruise will depart from Miami and call on St. Maarten/St. Martin; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Labadee, Royal Caribbean's private island on the north coast of Hispaniola.
Prices start at $1459 per person for the week-long voyage. "Airheads" who sign up before March 15th will receive a 10% discount.
For more information, visit the official Air Supply cruise website at www.airsupplyatsea.com.