Holy Ship is certainly one of the most infamous parties at sea with its collection of loyal crews that have amassed over the years, but it seems like the ShipFam will have to get used to a new experience coming in 2020.
Newly announced, Holy Ship Wrecked is a new resort-based, all-inclusive experience taking place at the Hard Rock Hotel in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Taking place from January 22 through 26, the four-night event will be debuting around the same time of year Holy Ship annually departs, suggesting that the land-based Wrecked might be replacing the cruise ship, though organizers have stated that they're "not ruling out returning to the high seas down the road".
Wrecked promises to deliver on the same Holy Ship experience - besides the actual out-to-sea location - with multiple stages, sunrise sets, theme nights, pool parties and the best of house, bass and techno music. Attendees will be able to take advantage of the permanent structures of the resort, including a lazy river, four swim-up bars and 12 pools total to pick from. For those craving an escape, excursions like ATV rides through the jungle and catamaran sailings will be available for extra cost.
Per person, prices start at $1299 for a quad, $1399 for a triple and $1599 for a double occupancy room and deposits can be made to hold a room for $250 starting on May 3. Find more info here.
Valerie Lee is Mixmag's Global Culture Editor. Follow her on Twitter here.
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