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Taylor Swift-themed cruise to set sail in 2024, but without the pop superstar

By JUSTINE PUNZALAN Published Nov 17, 2023 6:49 pm

Swifties now have a chance to celebrate their love of Taylor Swift, from land to sea.

Travel agency Marvelous Mouse Travels announced that it is organizing a fan-led cruise where Swifties can party and fangirl (or fanboy) over the pop megastar and her fandom.

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 cruise's organizers Jessica Malerman, Nicole Rivera, and Shelby Reyes wrote on its website.

Dubbed "In My Cruise Era," the five-day voyage will take place via Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas ship which will set sail from the Port of Miami on Oct. 21, 2024—the day after Swift's last show in the city.

However, the organizers, who described themselves as "besties and Taylor Fans," noted that Swift won't be on board. The excursion is not, in any way, affiliated to her and TASRM Publishing Label, the agents stressed.

From Miami, the ship will sail to Royal Caribbean's private island, Coco Cay, then head to Nassau in the Bahamas for its second stop. The next day will be spent at sea before the ship comes docks in the Port of Miami.

Swifties joining the trip can expect Taylor Swift-themed events, including a welcome cocktail party, friendship bracelet swapping, themed dance party, themed karaoke, and Taylot trivia game. To make the expedition more fun, guests are also encouraged to dress in outfits based on nightly eras themes.

Those who would like to join can book any of the two available rooms: Interior ($1,572 or P87,300) or Oceanview Balcony ($1,967 or P109,000). There's also the Boardwalk Balcony room ($1,851) but the website states that it's already sold out. Rooms have a maximum capacity of two persons.

Apart from accommodations, the cruise fair includes dinner in the main dining room throughout the trip, as well as additional buffet and a la carte options around the ship.

The agents said that the "In My Cruise Era" tour has a minimum age limit of 21 years old, but kids with guardians 21 and above can join the voyage as well. In addition to this, participants must have their passports with them but make sure that it won't expire six months before the cruise ends.