Fans of Lennon, Harrison, McCartney and Starr will be overjoyed with the world's largest passenger ship to set sail with a Beatles tribute Cruise.
Now fans can sip mai tais in the Caribbean while listening to popular tunes like "Hey Jude" and Blackbird" on the Royal Carribean's 5,400 passenger Allure of the Seas. The ship will be the backdrop for the "Cruise for Beatles Fans 2013" this March, featuring performances by a Beatles tribute band and other acts that have a Beatle's connection.
The cruises website said of The Beatles tribute brand Revolution, "Long time headliner on Royal Caribbean International, Revolution, brings The Beatles music, mannerisms, sounds and authentic instruments on the Allure Main Stage. The band will perform a special private party for The Beatles Cruise VIP guests."
The week long trip starts in Fort Lauderdale on March 3 and travels to idyllic spots such as the Bahamas, St. Thomas and St. Martin.
Exciting participants on the cruise will be the likes of Mark Hudson, who was a producer for Ringo Star ,Joey Molland who is in the band Badfinger, which was signed by the Beatles' label. Billy J. Kramer will also be in attendance who had recorded songs written by both Paul McCartney and John Lennon.
Joe Johnson a popular radio host of the nationally syndicated radio show, Beatle Brunch, will emcee the 7 night trip.
The trip includes and individual performances as well as Trivia contests and Q & A's with the special guests on the boat. There will be special Beatle performances and karaoke. Prices start at $1354.
Interested cruisers can check out the cruise's website for more details on booking.