Whatever your interest, from cooking to yoga, there is a theme cruises to fit. One of the most popular categories of theme cruises is music and dancing, especially since the popularity of such hit TV shows as “Dancing With The Stars” and “America’s Got Talent”.
Here are some upcoming cruises that will get your feet tapping:
This article published in 2010
about theme cruises in 2011
Country Music Cruise — The annual Grand Ole Opry Country Classics Cruise sails Jan. 30 – Feb. 6, 2011, aboard Royal Caribbean‘s Mariner of the Seas. Grand Ole Opry stars Charley Pride, Jim Ed Brown and Jeannie Seely are set to entertain during the seven-night voyage to the Mexican Riviera, plus newcomer Chris Young, nominated for the Top New Solo Vocalist award by the Academy of Country Music.
Elvis Cruises— Elvis Presley would have been 75 years old in 2010, not that we needed a 75th Anniversary to remain fans of this legendary star. Elivis is so popular that there are several Elvis cruises.
Join fellow fans of The King onboard Carnival Fascination for the fourth annual Elvis Cruise to the Bahamas. Elvis impersonators including David Allen, Mark Anthony and Victor Trevino will perform, plus there are Elvis-themed parties, games and souvenirs. Top Elvis tribute performers include Jeff Rainey and Matt Joyce will be entertaining cruise passengers during a seven-night cruise that leaves Galveston, Texas on January 16, 2011, for Jamaica, Cayman Islands and Mexico.
Rock around the clock on this cruise, aboard the Carnival Conquest, or the Legends (Elvis) Cruise beginning on May 9, 2011.
Big Band Cruises — If you love the music of Ellington and Ella, Sinatra and classic Broadway show tunes and rock ‘n’ roll classics, then book yourself on MSC Poesia, featuring the 15-piece Les DeMerle Big Band. Band members have toured and recorded with the Harry James Big Band and accompanied top singers, including Sammy Davis Jr., The Manhattan Transfer, Mel Torme and Al Jarreau.
This is a nine-night extravaganza that departs Quebec City on October 23, 2010, for ports in Nova Scotia, Boston, Newport, Rhode Island, New York City and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Theme cruises are great fun, because you know you’ll be aboard with others who share your interest.