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ROCK THE BOAT and CRUISIN’ COUNTRY together on one SUPER CRUISE!

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Get set for Super Cruise 2021 – where Rock the Boat and Cruisin’ Country are coming together for the world’s biggest music cruise on board Royal Caribbean’s incredible mega ship Ovation of the Seas sailing ex-Sydney from 23-30 November 2021. Due to the overwhelming interest on this cruise, bookings have opened early and Super Cruise 2021 is ON SALE NOW!

American Rock legend Suzi Quatro will be headlining Rock the Boat on board Super Cruise 2021. The Wild One will be performing with 20 fellow rock acts including The Angels, a band that Aussie icon Jimmy Barnes claims “Changed Australian music forever”. Adam Thompson of Chocolate Starfish will present his popular Bohemian Rhapsody live in concert along with Russell Morris, Ross Wilson and The Radiators – all of whom have been Rock the Boat fan favourites throughout the years.

Cruisin’ Country is set to raise the roof with an impressive line-up that showcases the best of Australian Country Music. Featuring headliner Lee Kernaghan performing alongside sister Tania Kernaghan with multi gold award winning patriarch of the Kernaghan Family dynasty, Ray Kernaghan. In addition, Australian Country music legends John Williamson, Troy Cassar-Daley and Adam Harvey join the remarkable collection of over 40 artists that comprise the country aspect of Super Cruise 2021.

You can make a booking now by calling your local Cruiseco agent, or alternatively you can contact us direct on 1300 247 371 or by emailing enquiries@chooseyourcruise.com.au. We are here to assist if you would like to discuss the cruise with one of our friendly staff over the phone.

View Cabins & Pricing Here

View Full Super Cruise 2021 Line Up Here

BOOK ONLINE HERE

 

 

 

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