2,500 BLUES FANS | 5 STAGES OF MUSIC. DOZENS OF LIVE PERFORMANCES | HOURS OF JAM SESSIONS | INFINITE NEW MEMORIES | COUNTLESS HIGH FIVES | BEST WEEK OF YOUR YEAR
Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation, Joe Bonamassa, and Sixthman invite you on a journey across the Caribbean for Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea III. Join us aboard Norwegian Jade, February 6-10, 2017 as we sail from Tampa, Florida to Costa Maya, Mexico. Enjoy performances from some of the biggest names in music, while discovering new favorites among emerging Blues artists on multiple stages throughout the ship. From rare artist collaborations, to intimate gatherings with musically inclined cruisers, this event has something for everyone to enjoy.
This welcoming and tropical atmosphere combined with fun, friendship, and fans from all over the globe are just the ingredients needed for one incredible adventure. Whether you’re sailing for the first time, or you want to relive the magic all over again, we can’t wait for you to dip your toes into this immersive, musical experience!
These Frequently Asked Questions will be a growing list of the most commonly asked questions. Check back often for updates.
Q: Do you have a Military Discount? A: Yes. To qualify for the Military Rate, you must:
be active duty, retired after 20 years of service, or medically discharged, and
provide a copy of your retired or active military ID card, or DD-214 showing Retired status or 20+ years of service.
Q: What is NOT included with the cruise? A: Transfers from the Airport to the Cruise Ship, Dining in the specialty restaurants, Personal expenses such as photos, souvenirs & excursions, Airfare, Ground Transportation, Soft drinks and bottled water, Alcoholic beverages, Gambling, Pre-cruise or post-cruise hotels, Travel Insurance, Personal Training Sessions, Spa Services, Any event or activity off of the ship.
Q: What is included in my cruise rate? A: Port charges, Taxes, Onboard Gratuities, Fuel Surcharge Gratuity, All performances, interviews, parties and events presented on the cruise, There are no performances, interviews or events that require tickets or any additional charge, All meals (Gourmet fare in the formal dining room, casual fare at multiple venues open for meals throughout the day).
There are charges for bottled beverages, including alcohol, and specialty coffee drinks.
The ship offers several specialty restaurants for which a surcharge is required.
24 Hour Room service, Non-Bottled Beverages (i.e. coffee, juices, tea), Fitness center, Pools, Hot tubs, Sauna, In room TV and movies, Full service room cleaning (twice a day), Daily in room fruit presentation.
Q. Is there Internet Access? A: Yes, most all ships have Internet available and they make it available to you at a charge. They offer various packages and various rates. Check with the cruise line to find out the various packages they offer and the cost.
Q: Can I bring my iron? A: No, sorry but cruise ships do not allow guests to bring irons onboard.
Q: How far is it from the Airport to the Cruise Port? A: The Ft. Lauderdale Airport is less than 2 miles away from the cruise port (Port Everglades).
Q: Can I bring my own alcohol? A: You can bring 1 bottle per person / 2 bottles per room of champagne or wine only. No other alcoholic beverages are allowed. Do not pack it in your luggage; it will be confiscated. Take it with you in your carry-on.
To inquire more, Please call the office at 585.653.8746.