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Cruisin’ With 311

10:01 AM Thursday 9/29/11 | |

311 will return to the sea when the band embarks on its second ocean cruise in May.

The “311 Caribbean Cruise” departs Miami May 10, taking the band and its fans on a roundtrip voyage onboard the Carnival Destiny to privately owned Half Moon Cay in the Bahamas for two days of fun, beach and music before returning May 14.

Along with pleasures only found when soaking up that Caribbean sun, 311 will perform two special shows, pose for a personal photo with each and every fan and partake in a no-holds-barred Q&A. There will also be plenty of music provided by support artists and DJs.

Arranged by Atlanta-based Sixthman, the 2012 cruise marks the second time 311 has sailed with the company. On the band’s first time at sea bassist P-Nut played in a basketball tournament with fans, SA Martinez took on the roll of DJ at one of the ship’s nightclubs and Nick Hexum judged a 311 Karaoke contest.

For this cruise Sixthman is promising plenty of onboard games and activities, including casino gambling, swimming, movie screenings, late-night dance parties and pretty much everything you would expect from four days at sea with 311.

You wanna go? Veterans of the first 311 Caribbean Cruise can join in the pre-sale going on now through Sept. 30 and book their accommodations beginning Oct. 10. First-timers can also get in on the pre-sale but must wait until Oct. 18 to begin booking the trip.

But you need to visit the official 311 Caribbean Cruise website to get the ball rolling. Just click here.


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