Cruise with Blake Shelton and Friends

Cruises are fun and relaxing, but have you ever taken a themed cruise? I recently came across the Blake Shelton Cruise which offers country music fans the chance to sail for seven days with 24 country music artists, including Blake Shelton, Trace Adkins, Neal McCoy, and many others.

The seven day cruise departs on October 14, 2012 out of Miami and there are still a few cabins available in various price ranges. The best part? Your cruise fare includes access to all the concerts and even up close and personal time with the artists.

The Ship

The Blake Shelton Cruise is being hosted on the Norwegian Pearl, one of NCL’s Jewel Class ships. There are 16 dining options and 13 bars onboard, along with plenty of space for relaxing while on the water. The stateroom options still available include a few inside staterooms, oceanview, and just a few balconies.

The Itinerary

In addition to some entertaining country music artists, the Norwegian Pearl will make port stops in San Juan, St. Thomas, Tortola, and Nassau. There are also two sea days to enjoy the ship, the music, and some time for relaxing.

The Entertainment

Because this is the Blake Shelton Cruise, guests will get two nights to listen to Blake croon on stage. There’s an extensive lineup of country music stars with entertainment almost every moment. Blake will even have a special guest — Trace Adkins! Be sure to check out the entire list of artists at BlakeSheltonCruise.com.

The Cost

Cruise fare starts at $1179 per person (double occupancy) and you’ll need to figure in the taxes at $247 per person, along with your transportation to Miami and getting to the cruise terminal. Cruise fare includes your stateroom, meals, entertainment (yes, all these great singers), and scheduled onboard cocktail parties.

How to Book

To learn more about the Blake Shelton Cruise and to book your cabin before they’re all sold out, be sure to check out the official website BlakeSheltonCruise.com on how to book.

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