Margaritaville at Sea is the offshore resort experience from Margaritaville, perfect for family travelers. The brand’s flagship vessel, Margaritaville at Sea Paradise, sets sail with an exciting lineup of entertainment programming. The inaugural voyage sets sail May 14 from Port of Palm Beach, Florida, and travels to Grand Bahama Island.
“We are thrilled with the response we’ve received since announcing Margaritaville at Sea, both from our travel advisor partners and the public at large,” said Francis Riley, chief commercial officer, Margaritaville at Sea. “There is incredible demand for the unique product we are bringing to market and the announcement today of our onboard entertainment will certainly create even more excitement, as we are offering exclusive programming you can’t find anywhere else.”
Upon boarding, island-inspired music, Margaritaville stilt walkers and the ship’s team members greet guests. Head to Oasis Room for a diverse selection of musical entertainment. The ship also features late-night comedy shows, game shows for the family, streaming concerts at sea and kid-friendly programming. The ship’s main entertainment attraction is the exclusive show Tales from Margaritaville: Jimmy’s Ship Show. The musical performance, written and produced by Jimmy Buffett and producer Frank Marshall, draws inspiration from Buffett’s best-selling book, Tales from Margaritaville.
In addition to the entertainment programming, the vessel offers a variety of food and beverage options, pools, a spa, retail stores and a fitness center.
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