Wednesday 25 November, 2020

UberSoca Cruise is heading to this stunning Caribbean destination

UberSoca Cruise is heading to Turks and Caicos this November. 

The team behind the soca cruise made the announcement in a series of YouTube videos on Wednesday, not only confirming this year's destination but also the new port of call and which ship will be used. 

The five-day, four-night all-inclusive soca cruise will once again set sail on the Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas, this time to Grand Turk Island, the capital island of the Turks and Caicos. 


They also announced their new port of call: Port Canaveral in Orlando. For the last three years, USC's port of call was in Miami.  "We’re bringing the Ubersoca love to the home of Universal Studios, Six Flags, SeaWorld and of course…Disney World! We’ve started thinking of pre-party themes already!" they said in their announcement. 

Earlier this week, the USC team also announced that the cruise is now offering an unlimited drinks experience, which means that current cabin prices are inclusive of the cost of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. 

Once again, UberSoca Cruise will offer back-to-back sailing, with the first sailing from November 4 to 8 and the second from November 8 to 12. 

Hailed as one of the most highly coveted soca events to experience, the cruise includes a rigorous itinerary, ranging from fetes and after-parties to themed events and other activities such as Soca on Ice, Socacize, sport tournament, rum tastings, comedy shows, singles mixers, and more. The cruise offers an intimate experience, allowing guests to get up close and personal with some of their favourite soca artists and DJs. What's more, each year they feature a top class lineup from around the region and diaspora including Kes The Band, Bunji Garlin, Nailah Blackman, Lil Rick, Lil Natty and Thunder, Motto, Pumpa, Skinny Fabulous, Mr. Killa, and more. 

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