A Summer cruise in the Mediterranean Sea is always a great idea. But, if you can add non-stop raving, top notch DJs and getting to spend a night in Ibiza, that basically sounds like a dream come true. This is what the World Club Dome Cruise Edition is all about. For the ravers that are looking for new emotions, this party cruise is right for you. And we are here to tell you everything about it.
Big City Beats and German brand World Club Dome has gone above and beyond with their majestic cruise. More than 2000 rooms that can accommodate up to 4500 people, tennis and volleyball courts, 3 nightclubs, more than 10 restaurants, a pool, hot tubs and even a heliport. What else could you be hoping for? You name it and the friendly cruise staff will most likely set you up.
World Club Dome Cruise Edition starts in Barcelona, where you get on the ship and start raving as soon as you leave your bag in your room. For the 2019 edition, German DJ Robin Schulz and Lost Frequencies were the headliners, who threw an amazing performance as we were leaving the coast and getting into deep waters. The truth is, you can barely feel the ship moving, but the little breeze in your face will remind you that you are in the middle of the ocean, having the time of your life.
Day 2 begun in the port of Ibiza, where we stayed for 2 days and one night. The continental breakfast was waiting for us in the deck and, as the DJs started to set up, you could start planning your day. There were have plenty of possibilities: Chilling at the pool, doing some sports or visiting the White Island. There were not wrong answers – every plan was the perfect plan. In the evening, you could listen to the first DJ Set from Space with Italian Astronaut Luca Parmitano, a real time transmission from the International Space Station. After his set, you could choose between clubbing in Ibiza or partying in the cruise with Nora en Pure or EDX.
During Day 3, Timmy Trumpet, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike and some other great artists came to visit us in the cruise. People could meet them and even spend some time with then on board. The best part? The sunset in the ocean, as we were leaving Ibiza behind, and getting ready for our next stop: Sète, in France.
Day 4 was all about relaxing. You could visit the historic little town of Sète, or enjoy the beautiful day in the hot tubs or the spa. German DJ Le Shuuk was setting the dance floor on fire. A great way to end this magical journey in the middle of the sea.
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