Short Answer: Not in the traditional festival sense, but there is a VIP Cocktail Party that is usually offered and a recently introduced “Admirals Club” option that offers a day bed and night bed experience.
Long Answer: When one thinks about VIP at a traditional party or music festival, a few things come to mind: expedited entry, private/raised viewing areas, private restroom facilities, hors d’oeuvres, etc.
In my opinion, it feels like the Groove Cruise experience as a whole can be described as offering a VIP experience. The majority of dining options are ALL INCLUDED, you have your own cabin with private restroom including shower, you can walk to the front of the stage as you desire (given the capacity of the ship), you can access raised viewing areas as you wish, and room service is available to everyone.
However, if you wish to have an even more exclusive experience, there are options available to you.
You can book a nicer cabin or suite. You can take advantage of bottle service. You can also purchase an upgrade to the VIP Cocktail party. If this is offered, it usually entails a private party with open bar for a specified period of time.
The recently introduced “Admirals Club”, if available, offers guests a day bed and night bed experience (depending on what you purchase) complete with bottle service and a private viewing/dance area.