A few thousand rock fanatics will get on board Royal Caribbean’s resort-style cruise ship, Liberty of the Seas, to spend three full days and four nights listening to their favorite classic rock bands performing their greatest hits on a chartered voyage.

Yes, it’s back and better than ever! Welcome to ROCK LEGENDS CRUISE III, the spectacular classic rock music festival at sea sailing from Port Everglades, Florida to Nassau, Bahamas on February 19, 2015.

“It’s everything you could imagine along with some things you could probably never imagine,” quips Pam Myers of the Native American Heritage Association (NAHA), the charitable organization that benefits from the Cruise. “An experience like no other, with 50 concerts over 4 days, it’s simply the classic rock cruise of a lifetime,” added Joyce Landry, CEO of Landry & Kling, the theme cruise specialists handling all cruise logistics.

The forthcoming ROCK LEGENDS CRUISE III will feature The Doobie Brothers, Alice Cooper, 38 Special, The Marshall Tucker Band, Eddie Money, Dickey Betts & Great Southern, Blue Oyster Cult, Uriah Heep, The Outlaws, The Edgar Winter Band, Ten Years After, Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown, Pat Travers Band, The Artimus Pyle Band, The Blue Lords and more.

This gigantic “festival at sea” is a unique opportunity for rock music lovers to see their favorite bands not once, but twice or even three times on a ship that’s been chartered just for them.

ROCK LEGENDS CRUISE III will sail for 4 nights, February 19-23, 2015 roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and include a visit to Nassau, Bahamas.

Rock Legends Cruise III passengers can expect their typical day to be as follows… get up by the crack of noon, stop by one of the ship’s dining venues, find a reclining lounge chair on the pool deck and listen to such rock classics as “Black Water,” “Hold On Loosely,” “Can’t You See,” “Ramblin’ Man” and “Easy Livin’.”

Where else can fans possibly hear “Godzilla” and “Frankenstein” on the same day? And that’s just the beginning as additional artists will be announced in the upcoming months. Fans can “Listen to the music” with The Doobies and go “rockin’ into the night” with the Wild-Eyed Southern Boys. With more than 50 concert performances expected, this is a cruise that serious class rock devotees won’t want to miss!

In between the concerts, Meet & Greets, Q&A forums, and everything else, “Rock Legends” passengers will be able to enjoy on board activities such as surfing on the ship’s FlowRider surf simulator, basketball, boxing, mini-golf, rock-climbing, whirlpools and a variety of gourmet restaurants and casual dining.

Cabins are moving quickly, with a significant number already sold to those who have sailed the Rock Legends “journey” before. Classic rocks fans will want to book their cabins soon before the cruise sells out. Pricing begins at $1099 per person (double occupancy).

For further information including specific details, ticket/cabin purchase, what’s included and answers to FAQ’s, click here or call 888-666-1499. Travel Agent calls welcome!

The Native American Heritage Association is celebrating its 20th year working on reservations in South Dakota and has been a 4-star charity with Charity Navigator for a total of nine years. More info can be found here.

Source: PRWeb.com

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