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'Best Country Cruise Ever' Set for January 2014 on Norwegian Pearl

Travelers Today       By    Katie McFadden

Updated: Jan 23, 2013 10:49 AM EST

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Attention country music fans! It might be time to take a cruise! Norwegian cruise line is hosting the second "Best Country Cruise Ever," featuring big name artists like Trace Adkins, Montgomery Gentry, Wynonna, Neal McCoy, Love and Theft, Craig Morgan, Lonestar and dozens more.

The "Best Country Cruise Ever" will set sail on the Norwegian Pearl from Miami on January 12, 2014 for a seven-day cruise to the Western Caribbean. The first Country Cruising trip, which featured Blake Shelton, was a huge success in 2012, so Norwegian decided to host it again.

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Each performer on the cruise will put on two concerts in the ship's Stardust Theater and other venues around the ship. Guests will have the opportunity to see nearly 100 performances in a week. In addition to big-name artists like Trace Adkins and Lonestar, other artists include Steel Magnolia, Brett Eldredge, Maggie Rose, Frankie Ballard, Chris Cavanaugh, Brandon and Leah, JJ Lawhorn, James Wesley, JT Hodges, Ray Scott, McKenna Faith, Her and Kings County, The Mantz Brothers, Clayton Anderson, Bryan Edwards. Even more will be added to the lineup as it gets closer.

 In addition to seeing performances, guests will get to enjoy songwriting workshops, a karaoke competition, question and answer session with their favorite artists, late night dance parties and more.

The ship will stop at on Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Georgetown, Grand Cayman; and Cozumel, Mexico and there will be three days at sea for guests to experience all of the country music excitement on board.

The sailings start at $979 per person based on double occupancy.

To book your stateroom on board the Country Cruising "Best Country Cruise Ever," visit http://www.countrycruising.com, contact Flying Dutchmen Travel, at info(at)countrycruising(dot)com or call 800-248-7471.

 

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