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311 Returns To The Sea

12:01 PM Tuesday 7/31/12 |   |

The third annual 311 Caribbean Cruise departs Miami in March for a five day/four night voyage filled with parties, music and, well, more parties. Think you’re up for it?

Partnering with music-cruise outfit Sixthman and scheduled for March 1-5, the 311 Cruise aboard the Norwegian Pearl includes a stop at privately owned Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas, for a two-day party. Other island activities include snorkeling, the behemoth Hippo Water Slide and watercraft rentals.

Of course, there’s plenty of music on the cruise, including three 311 performances as well as Nick Hexum & Co. hosting themed games and activities. Plus, there will be plenty of bands and DJs to fill those gaps when 311 isn’t performing.

“The energy and love on the ship is incredible. So much fun that we have to do it again – and we plan to make this one the best yet,” Hexum said. “Everyone needs a vacation and this is sure to be one you’ll never forget! 311 Cruise 3 on 3-1-13!”

  • Nick Hexum of 311

    DTE Energy Cemter. Clarkston, Mich.
    July 13, 2011

    (Scott Legato / RockStarProPhotography.com)

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Don’t go thinking you can pass on this in order to go cruising with the band the following year. The folks at Sixthman say there will not be a 311 Caribbean Cruise in 2014.

Wanna go? Sure you do. The presale begins Aug. 2 but you’ll need to sign up in advance to get things rolling. Click here for details.


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