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The cruise — called "In My Cruise Era" — will depart Miami next October, the day after Swift's final Eras Tour stop in the city
Swifties can now take their love of Taylor Swift to the high seas.
A cruise themed around the pop superstar, 33, is setting sail to the Bahamas next year.
Organized by travel agency Marvelous Mouse Travels, the four-night cruise — called “In My Cruise Era” — will take over Royal Caribbean’s liner Allure of the Seas and depart the Port of Miami the day after Swift’s last Eras Tour stop in the city on Oct. 20, 2024.
The cruise, which is not endorsed by or affiliated with Swift, is hosted by travel agents Jessica Malerman, Nicole Rivera and Shelby Reyes.
“Join us as we celebrate all things Taylor, make new friends, dress up in our favorite eras, trade friendship bracelets, and enjoy everything this amazing ship has to offer!” the web page for the cruise reads.
Swift-themed events are set to take place every night of the voyage, including a welcome cocktail party, a friendship bracelet swapping session and a themed dance party and karaoke night.
Exchanging homemade friendship bracelets with fellow fans has been popular throughout the Eras Tour. The gesture originates from a lyric in Swift’s track “You’re on Your Own Kid” from her 2022 album, Midnights, in which she sings, “make the friendship bracelets.”
The itinerary for the cruise also includes nightly Eras outfit themes and a "Taylor Trivia" game.
After departing Miami on Oct. 21, 2024, the cruise will then visit CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s private island, before stopping at the Bahamian capital Nassau. Guests will then spend a day at sea on the liner, which has a zip line and a water park, before returning to the Port of Miami on day five.
Swift is currently on the South American leg of her Eras Tour and is playing shows in Brazil until Nov. 26.
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The “Cruel Summer” singer will then take a break from touring for a few months until she plays the Tokyo Dome in Japan in Feb. 2024.
On Tuesday, the musician announced that she's added even more dates to her groundbreaking tour, with two additional 2024 shows at London's Wembley Stadium for Aug. 19 and 20 with opening act Paramore.
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