Dancing aficionados and fans of the hit ABC television show “Dancing with the Stars” can join professional dancers Kym Johnson and Tristan MacManus, along with actress and former celebrity participant Sabrina Bryan, on the Jan. 5, 2014, “Dancing with the Stars: At Sea” theme cruise and the Jan. 12 Champions Cruise.
Both seven-day Caribbean cruises are onboard ms Nieuw Amsterdam.
While onboard, the dancers will perform for guests, dazzling the audience with dance numbers from the television series.
Additional events on the theme cruises include dance lessons with the shipboard professional dancers, a special fashion show featuring the glamorous show costumes, and a chance to meet the dance pros and celebrities, ask questions and take photos with them.
The Jan. 12 Champions Cruise will feature 15 winning guests (one from each ship) from the “Dancing with the Stars: At Sea” competitions that are currently being held on all ships in the Holland America Line fleet. Holland America Line has also featured four “Dancing with the Stars: At Sea” theme cruises already this year.
The winning guests and their professional shipboard dance partners will perform in the main show lounge for guests, as well as Johnson, MacManus and Bryan.
Dancing with the Stars
The winning couple will walk away with the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy and title of Holland America Line’s “Dancing with the Stars: At Sea” Champion.
The Jan. 5 cruise sails to the eastern Caribbean with calls at Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos Islands; San Juan, Puerto Rico; St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, and the line’s private island, Half Moon Cay, Bahamas.
The Jan. 12 Champions Cruise visits the western Caribbean with calls at Half Moon Cay; George Town, Grand Cayman, and Key West, Fla.
“Dancing with the Stars” returns for Season 17 and shakes things up by transitioning to a one night, two-hour format beginning Monday, Sep. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on ABC.
Support RMN News Service for Independent Fearless Journalism
In today’s media world controlled by corporates and politicians, it is extremely difficult for independent editorial voices to survive. Raman Media Network (RMN) News Service has been maintaining editorial freedom and offering objective content for the past more than 12 years despite enormous pressures and extreme threats. In order to serve you fearlessly in this cut-throat world, RMN News Service urges you to support us financially with your donations. You may please click here and choose the amount that you want to donate. Thank You. Rakesh Raman, Editor, RMN News Service.