Yes, there are friendship bracelets involved.
Swifties have been putting in the work over the last year for their queen, Taylor Swift. Case in point: they helped pump $5.7 billion into the U.S. economy by attending as many Eras Tour shows as possible. More recently, they’ve also helped boost the profile of some previously unknown football player — just kidding, internet, I know who he is — and made his jersey more popular than ever, boosting sales by some 400 percent. And now, they deserve a vacation. Thankfully, there’s a cruise departing for the Caribbean that’s just for them.
Travel agency Marvelous Mouse Travels announced it’s chartering a Royal Caribbean International ship for a Swifties-only sailing fittingly called In My Cruise Era.
“Join us as we celebrate all things Taylor, make new friends, dress up in our favorite eras, trade friendship bracelets, and enjoy everything this amazing ship has to offer,” the company shared on its booking page. “This cruise is for all fans, so bring your besties, your moms and dads, your baby fans, and if you need someone to room with, post on our page and ask!”
The sailing departs Miami on Oct. 21, 2024, which also happens to be the day after Swift’s last night in Miami. It will then head to Perfect Day at Coco Cay (Royal Caribbean’s private island) before heading to Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas, and back to Miami.
The sailing includes a welcome cocktail party, a Taylor-themed dance party and karaoke, trivia, nightly Eras outfit theme parties, and, naturally, friendship bracelet making. The cruise is proving to be quite popular, with Boardwalk Balcony rooms already sold out. However, there is still space on board, including interior rooms, which can sleep two starting at $1,573, and Oceanview Balcony rooms, which can also sleep two at $1,967.
It’s critical to note this cruise is not affiliated with Swift herself, and she will not be making an appearance on the ship. But who cares? Just … grab your passport and my hand … and let’s go.
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