How Much Do Tickets Cost for the ‘Days of Summer Cruise’ with Cardi B?
The adults-only hip-hop cruise will sail from Miami on Friday, June 28, visit Half Moon Cay and Nassau in the Bahamas, and return to Miami on Monday, July 1. In between will be “four days of non-stop parties, when the kinds of party style hip hop take over the seas,” according to cruise organizers. More artists should be added to the lineup in the future.
Tickets start at $1,062
Partying with some of today’s hottest stars doesn’t come cheap. This trip of a lifetime will will cost you at least $1,000.
Prices start at $1,062.50 per person for a quadruple occupancy interior cabin and go up to $3,500 for a berth in a two-person suite. A double-occupancy interior cabin is $1,250. Oceanview, balcony, and extended balcony cabins are also available. Whatever cabin you choose, you’ll also pay an additional $359 in taxes and fees.
For that, you’ll get a place to rest your head plus all meals, concerts, and onboard parties and events. But alcohol isn’t included. Prepaid bar packages cost $51.95 per person, per day if you purchase in advance, according to the Carnival website. Travel to and from Miami must also be purchased separately.
A deposit of $625 per person is required when you book. Final payment is due May 15. All passengers must be at least 18, and you must be 21 to travel on your own. Passengers under age 21 must travel with a relative or guardian who is 25 or older (with certain exceptions.) We guess that means Cardi will have to leave baby Kulture at home.
You can book your tickets online now at DaysofSummerCruise.com.
It all happens on the Carnival Victory
The ‘Days of Summer Cruise’ will happen on the Carnival Victory. The ship can accommodate 2,764 guests, along with 1,100 crewmembers. On-board restaurants include Guy’s Burger Joint (from celebrity chef Guy Fieri), the BlueIguana Cantina, a deli, a sushi spot, and a 24-hour pizzeria. If you’re too wiped out from the previous night’s party to make it to breakfast, just dial the 24-hour room service and get your eggs and bacon delivered for free.
While alcohol isn’t included, there’s no shortage of places to drink on board. The ship’s many bars include the SkyBox Sports Bar, RedFrog Rum Bar, and the BlueIguana Tequila Bar. You can even show off your own cocktail-making skills by participating in the mixologist competition.
Passengers can try their luck at the ship’s casino, head to the Punchliner Comedy Club, or take in a poolside movie. You can also feed your sweet tooth at the ship’s candy store, work out in the fitness center, play a round of mini golf, or get pampered in the salon or spa. There’s even a library if you need a place to escape the non-stop partying.
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