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The Soul Train Cruise

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Want to sweeten your enjoyment of each concert with a Piña Colada, your favorite summer drink? Done. Want a seat with a clear, obstructionless view? No problem. (Honestly—there’s not a bad seat in the house!) And, getting to the concert is completely hassle free—no jockeying through rush-hour traffic, anxiety about arriving on time, no driving block after block searching for a parking space or finally giving in and giving up $30 for a nearby lot.

Are you dreaming? Listening to iTunes while lounging on the beach? Guess again. All this and more is wrapped up in one wonderful, fun-packed, soul-lifting cruise. The Soul Train Cruise (or one of several musical variations ranging from country music to smooth jazz) delivers six glorious days at sea, singing, dancing, and eating (round-the-clock options of only the finest foods) your way to sunny destinations, all while taking a delightful, unforgettable trip down memory lane that will have you humming favorite tunes for the rest of the trip. And, if you miss any of those foot- stomping, head bobbing, finger snapping shows? Not to worry. You can still catch them (or relive them) on the ship’s private TV channel.

Like any self-respecting cruise, this one, run by Holland America and produced by Entertainment Cruise Productions, offers plenty of choices day and night, on-board and off, from costume contests to wine seminars to pool parties and formal nights, from celebrity golfing to camel riding, snorkeling and other excursions. There’s something for everyone—do as much or as little as you like. But, what you won’t find are kids on this adults-only adventure. And when your memory of the fabulous fun starts to fade, no worries about that either—a DVD of all the highlights will arrive at your home just in time for a refresh.

Details: 8-day cruise starts at $1,975 per person for an inside stateroom at soultraincruise.com.

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