Elvis Cruise Sets Sail in January 2012

Have you heard the news?  There’s good rockin’ on the rolling waves, thanks to Sixthman and Carnival Fascination, which will set sail in January 2012 for the 5th annual Elvis Cruise.

Presley-loving passengers will embark on their all Elvis adventure from Jacksonville, Florida, and they’ve “Got a Lot of Livin’ To Do” during their  days at sea as they head for Nassau, Bahamas.  Following are a few of the onboard activities on the Elvis Cruise:

  • Like the lyrics of his 1968 single, Memories have “sweetened through the ages just like wine,” and during the cruise fans can drink in the fond remembrances of those who starred in films with Elvis.  The following line-up of luminaries who helped to make The King’s cinematic dreams come true will join fans on the nostalgic nautical excursion:
  • Larry Domasin (Fun in Acapulco)
    Edward Faulkner (Tickle Me)
    Gavin and Robin Koon (Follow That Dream)
    Victoria Page Meyerink (Speedway)
    Marlyn Mason (The Trouble with Girls)
    Chris Noel (Girl Happy)
    Cynthia Pepper (Kissin’ Cousins)
    Christopher Riordan (Viva Las Vegas, Clambake, Roustabout, Tickle Me, Spinout,Double Trouble and Elvis’s 1968 TV special)
    Celeste Yarnall (Live a Little, Love a Little)

    An array of tribute artists will provide a rhinestone jumpsuit-clad salute to The King, including David Allen, Mark Anthony, Brandon Bennett, Bill Cherry, Jay Dupuis, Kavan, Kevin Mills, Gino Monopoli, Ted Torres and Jay Zanier.

  • Passengers can tap their feet to the beat during performances by Elvis’ Imperials, the Holladay Sisters (who sang backup on the King’s chart-topper’s “Suspicious Minds,” “Kentucky Rain,” “In the Ghetto” and many more), The Memphis Boys, who provided the rhythm section for “In the Ghetto,” “Suspicious Minds” and “Kentucky Rain”; Emmy-nominated recording artist/actor Terry Mike Jeffrey; singer Andy Child, who has opened for such classic contemporary artists as Faith Hill, Martina McBride and Clint Black; and the music director and conductor for Elvis’ concerts, Joe Guercio.
Along with panels, discussions and concerts, passengers can:
  • participate in an Elvis fashion show
  • get autographs from the stars
  • watch the King on the big screen during movie screenings of fan favorite flicks
  • Take part in Elvis theme nights
Prices for The Elvis Cruise, which takes place from January 12 – 16, 2012, start at $599.

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  • The following Sixthman clip of the 2010 Elvis Cruise offers a glimpse of the fun in store on the sea for fans of The King:

    The Elvis Cruise 2010 Recap from Sixthman TV on Vimeo.

    Photo Credit: Sixthman/The Elvis Cruise

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