Cruise Details

The Ship
About Grand Turk

Liberty of the Seas docked in Labadee, Haiti.The Independence of the Seas from Royal Caribbean is one of the biggest, fastest and most luxurious passenger vessels in service today, served by a crew of 1365 on 15 decks. With a gross tonnage of 154,407, it can truly be said that the rock-themed benefit voyage will be a “heavy” experience for both bands and fans. The ship, almost as long as four football fields, cruises at 21.6 knots and is scheduled for a port stop in Grand Turk.

The main attraction of the cruise is, of course, multiple performances by the Rock Legends bands aboard. The ship offers no fewer than three performance venues for Rock Legends Cruise bands: The Deck, The Platinum Theater and Studio B/Ice Rink. All artists will perform 2-3 shows, festival style and a schedule of performances will be released closer to the sail date. This format will allow individuals to come and go between venues to see different bands. Our aim is to allow each and every Rock Legends Cruise passenger to have an opportunity, over the course of the voyage, to see the bands they wish to see.

The ship also features on-board surfing thanks to its FlowRider wave generator, a full-sized volleyball/basketball court, cantilevered whirlpools and range of gourmet restaurants.

 

Itinerary:

Thursday, Jan 21, 2016           Ft. Lauderdale, FL                             Depart: 5:30 pm

Friday, Jan 22, 2016               At Sea

Saturday, Jan 23, 2016           Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos            9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Sunday, Jan 24, 2016              At Sea

Monday, Jan 25, 2016             Ft. Lauderdale, FL                             Arrive: 7:00 am

 

Port Everglades

Port Everglades is South Florida’s “powerhouse port” and one of the most diverse seaports in the United States. Located on the southeast coast of the Florida peninsula, Port Everglades is one of the top three cruise ports in the world.

 

Directions to Port Everglades, in the city of Ft Lauderdale, FL

There are three entrances into Port Everglades. The 17th Street Causeway entrance is located at Eisenhower Boulevard. The State Road 84 entrance is located just off of US 1. The I-595 East entrance.  Proper Identification such as Driver’s License or Passport is required and your vehicle may be subject to search.

From I-95 South, take Exit #26 to I-595 East. Exit 12b, to Port Everglades.

From I-95 North, take Exit #24 to I-595 East. Exit 12b, to Port Everglades.

From I-75 North or South, take Exit #19 to I-595 East. Exit 12b, to Port Everglades.

When traveling on the Florida Turnpike North or South, take Exit #54 to I-595 East. Exit 12b, to Port Everglades.

If you are already in Ft. Lauderdale, the 17th Street Causeway or State Road 84 entrances may be more convenient to use.  Signage inside Port Everglades will direct you to parking garages and terminals.

1850 Eller Drive, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316. Terminal 18

Port Map
Fort Lauderdale Port - Official Port Everglades Site - Fort Lauderdale, Florida