A three-minute video recap of the ShipRocked 2011 music and lifestyle cruise can be seen below.
ShipRocked 2011 set sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on November 14 to the tip of Mexico and its popular stretch of gorgeous Caribbean water known for scuba diving, shopping and bars aplenty, and returned five days later.
ShipRocked 2011 featured performances by the following artists:
BUCKCHERRY QUEENSRŸCHE HINDER HELLYEAH SEVENDUST CANDLEBOX FILTER LIVING COLOUR ANOTHER ANIMAL IN THIS MOMENT LYNAM BROKEN TEETH 3 PILL MORNING CAGE9 THE VOODOOS
The setting was the MSC Poesia (Italy) one of the cruise industry's most acclaimed new super cruise ships. It all began in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, visiting the premier Mexican ports of Costa Maya and Cozumel. Exuding her Italian roots, the Poesia features include the luxurious Aqua Spa, two pools, four Jacuzzis, a state-of-the-art cardio gym, salon, sushi bar, wine tasting bar, the Teatro Carlo Felice, a beautiful, three-level, Las Vegas-style theater, and additional stages for ShipRocked bands and passengers to enjoy all night long.
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