Groove Cruise Miami's New 2018 Aftermovie Will Cure Your Winter Blues

Article by: Laura Mason|@masonlazarus

Thu March 15, 2018 | 14:20 PM

If you've ever needed a lift after all these months of the cold weather blues, look no further than Groove Cruise Miami's new aftermovie.

Departing from the sun-soaked beaches of Florida and sailing to the Bahamas with 96 hours of non-stop electronic music across its four stages and one silent disco, the cruise ship makes stops at Coco Cay Island and Nassau, Bahamas, where it keeps the party going with off-the-wall beach festivities.

Click play above and you'll see the dance music extravaganza in all its beat-laden, confetti-filled, bikini-and-wacky-costume-clad glory.

Currently, Groove Cruise takes place on the Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas, where Captains (what Groove Cruise affectionately calls its attendees) can scale new heights on an indoor rock climbing wall, or fly high on a bungee trampoline – not to mention all the other cruise ship amenities including an indoor solarium, fitness center, and arcade. There's also karaoke, deep house yoga, blackjack, ping pong, and mini-golf, as well as twelve bars and restaurants. Sounds like a plush alternative from the dusty, dirty camping festivals you're used to, doesn't it?

One of the most anticipated happenings takes place at Nassau’s Fort Charlotte, which makes an appearance in the aftermovie around the one-minute mark. Fort Charlotte is a 19th century fortress surrounded by a moat with hidden tunnels and secret dungeons where DJs spin tracks.

And don't miss out on Groove Cruise's 15th anniversary voyage, taking place January 10-14, 2019. For the milestone, Groove Cruise will take place on a brand-new ship, The Celebrity Infinity, and will take off from Fort Lauderdale. To add a new sense of adventure, the ship will make not one but two stops, at the stunning, tropical island of Cozumel, Mexico and the intimate island hub of Key West, Florida. Grab tickets while they're still available here.