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Offline Mikey

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I think this comes under gigs
« on: October 19, 2012, 06:59:26 PM »
The Inaugural CRUISE TO THE EDGE, featuring YES, sets sail in March 2013

Prog cruise also includes performances by STEVE HACKETT: GENESIS REVISITED, TANGERINE DREAM, NEKTAR, U.K., SAGA, CARL PALMER and more

Cabins go on sale Wednesday, October 17th.

Cruise to the Edge, a five-night cruise featuring Yes, Steve Hackett: Genesis Revisited, Tangerine Dream and other progressive rock legends, sets sail March 2013; and beginning Wednesday, October 17th (5 p.m. EST), fans will have the opportunity to book their cabins for this Western Caribbean odyssey!

Cruise to the Edge (March 25th-30th, 2013) will visit the tropical rain forests of Ocho Rios, Jamaica, and the pristine waters of Georgetown, Grand Cayman. Along the way, guests will experience a one-of-a-kind floating prog-rock festival featuring non-stop music on multiple stages aboard the MSC Poesia.

Scheduled to perform on Cruise to the Edge are ...

Yes
Steve Hackett: Genesis Revisited
U.K.
Tangerine Dream
Saga
Carl Palmer
Nektar
Zebra
IOEarth
(Additional artist announcements forthcoming)

Full details, including pricing, artist line-up and special events, are available at cruisetotheedge.com. On Wednesday, October 17th (5 p.m. EST), fans can begin booking their cabins - the sooner you book, the better seats you'll have for main showroom performances!

http://www.cruisetotheedge.com/
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Re: I think this comes under gigs
« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2012, 01:05:35 PM »
Strange: after digesting the fact that it'd cost the best part of $2000 for five nights, assuming a reasonable room, plus flights to Fort Lauderdale, I'm not quite sure whether it's a good deal or not for what's on offer. It's just hard to compare with anything "normal".

Will let you know if I ultimately decide to go ... ;-)