Top 4 Bizarre Themed Cruises For 2019 - February 2019


GoCruise – 6th February 2019

 

Sometimes we all have to admit that we enjoy things not considered to be the “social norm”. But if you are looking to escape the judgement from you fellow peers and head out to a floating paradise that is dedicated to what you are passionate about, there is no denying that this could be seen as your version of heaven. On top all of this, you will be surrounded by like-minded guests and crew that are happy to debate their favourite aspect of the themed cruise.

Zumba Cruises

Maheshkhali Island

It may not be the weirdest cruise on this list, but to have around 3,400 guests partaking in the same Zumba routine in around 30 degree heat may not be everyone’s cup of tea. Taking place from 24th – 29th March 2019, cruisers begin their journey on the sandy beaches of Miami before sailing a short distance to the neighbouring city, Freeport in Grand Bahama.

Zumba lovers will dance through the stunning islands of the Bahamas before stopping on day four in Labadee, Haiti one of Royal Caribbean’s privately owned islands. Here, they will be greeted by a whole host of Zumba dancers and the opportunity to soar along the world’s longest over water zipline. Add all of this together to the fact that you will sail on Navigator of the Seas and this could be the perfect choice for all your Zumba needs.

Walking Dead Themed Cruise

Papeete

Dubbed as the Walker Stalker Cruise, fans of the hit show The Walking Dead have their own chance to rewrite the events of their favourite TV show. Sailing on the famed Norwegian Pearl, up to 2,500 enthusiasts can not only meet their favourite stars, including Negan (Jeffery Dean Morgan), Carol (Melissa McBride), Carl (Chandler Riggs), Ezekiel (Khary Payton) and more, but they will receive zombie-like make-up from professional artists.

Sailing from 21st February to 25th February, the cruise will take guests from Tampa, Florida to the thriving metropolis of Nassau, Bahamas before returning to Tampa four days later. During your trip, you will be given an in-depth guide on the day’s activities that will be held on board and at what time.

Meow Meow Cruise

Petropavlovsk Kamchatsky

For crazy cat lovers around the world, the Meow Meow cruise is not only in appreciation of the feline friend, but also allows customers to send postcards home to their favourite pet. Unfortunately for many cruisers, cats are not permitted on board Carnival Paradise, but the sailing will take place on 12th October 2019, sailing to ports that include Tampa, Key West, Havana and Cozumel.

Activities will include the Meow Meow Mixer, Meow Meow Trivia, and Meow Meow Scavenger Hunts that will all be themed with cats in mind. Finally, you can expect all of the amenities that you would find on a non-themed cruise such as, spas, casinos and three different dining options.

Knitting & Crocheting Cruise

Falkland Islands

Much like other crafting cruises, knitting and crocheting itineraries are amongst the more niche products on the market. But don’t let this drive you knit-crazy cruisers away, as combining your favourite pastime with cruising can always make for an unrivalled experience.

With options from both Holland America Line and AmaWaterways, these knitting cruises have become somewhat of a success with sailings happening almost every month, all year round. On board these spacious vessels, cruisers can not only find an array of wools to choose from, but knitting fanatics and trained professionals are on-hand to give out their best tips and tricks.

If you would like to try and find a themed cruise that suits you, call us today on 0800 121 8250. Otherwise, you can click here to contact us through the website and start your adventure to the perfect themed cruise.