There’s a lot going on at any given time aboard Groove Cruise. Sets, activities, and other experiences are programmed around the clock. The organizers do a great job keeping the GCFAM on top of everything by enhancing the experience with a daily onboard newsletter. In this post, I’ll share photos of this newsletter along with other materials I picked up while sailing aboard Groove Cruise Miami 2017.
The daily “newsletter” reminds me of a typical cruise newsletter mixed with something along the lines of TomorrowLand’s newspaper. It provides details about the day’s lineup and schedule, onboard activities, dining options, and general ship info so you can maximize your experience.
These small tangible handouts show that the Groove Cruise wants you to make the most of your time and go beyond catching sets. You can participate in onboard activities like techno spin class, deep house yoga, mini-golf (with artists!), and more.
The gallery below gives you a glimpse of both the organizer’s attention to detail and the sheer amount of events and activities scheduled on a Groove Cruise sailing. If you were on GCMIA 2017, then this will surely bring back some memories.
Groove Cruise Miami 2018 is Selling Out Fast
With a 2-port Bahamas itinerary this year, GCMIA is selling out fast as attendees are eager for another unique rave-on-a-cruise-ship experience. The Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas is already over 80% sold out. That means only a handful of cabins remain even though the ship doesn’t sail until January 2018.
With a limited amount of cabins left and price increases monthly, the best time to secure your spot aboard the ship is now. Payment plans are still available and lots of discounts are available to you and your crew. Start with my discount code, GrooveCruiseChris (How do I use this code?), for the easiest $50 off per person savings ever.
Groove Cruise Miami 2017 Materials Gallery
GCMIA 2017 sailed out of Miami, Florida, to Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands.