Swifties, Your Wildest Dreams Have Come True: A Taylor Swift-Themed Cruise

Swifties, Your Wildest Dreams Have Come True: A Taylor Swift-Themed Cruise

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Are you already fantasizing about your vacation plans for 2023? We know we are, and we’ve got a special announcement to share with all of you Swifties out there. Your cruise dreams have officially come true. Coming in April 2023 is Swiftly at Sea, a Taylor Swift cruise.

The five-night Caribbean cruise, taking place April 3-8, 2023, will have Taylor-themed events every day and night.

Swiftly at Sea will set sail from Miami on the recently renovated cruise ship Celebrity Summit. The first stop is Cozumel, a stunning Mexican island with vibrant coral reefs and heavenly beaches, before heading to Grand Cayman, where you’ll find world-class restaurants, shopping and beautiful white-sand beaches.

The cruise is hosted by the amazing Jade Jolie, who you know from Season 5 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, a cameo in Taylor Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” music video, and also the most recent season of The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula.

Jade Jolie, a drag queen and Taylor impersonator, will be part of the Taylor Swift cruise!

Swifties, you really can’t pass up on the opportunity to party and socialize with hundreds of fellow fans. You’re gonna have the time of your life with all the themed events planned for this Taylor Swift cruise.

Let’s look at some of the events you have to look forward to: a ‘Let the Games Begin’ sail away party, a Taylor Costume Contest, a Red Dance Party: Red Lips & Outfits, Team Trivia, karaoke parties, Macavity: A Cat Dress-up Dance Party, a lip sync contest, a ‘1989’ dance party featuring Taylor Swift songs and songs from the late ’80s, an all-Taylor drag show, a ‘Wildest Dreams Beach Party’ in Grand Cayman, a ‘You Need to Calm Down’ pool party, and the ‘End Game’ farewell dance party. Plus, more will be announced.

Everything about this Taylor Swift cruise makes it sound like an incredible experience for any Swiftie. For more information about Swiftly at Sea, including how to make reservations, check out the website SwiftlyAtSea.com

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