Dubbed “The Tomorrowland of the seas”, Shipsomnia, which made its debut in Singapore last year, will set sail halfway across the world for its next instalment.

The music and arts cruise vacation unveiled its new global edition scheduled to set sail in the Mediterranean roundtrip to Barcelona, Ibiza, and Sête on 14th – 18th June 2017.

Shipsomnia Tale of the Kraken


Having impressed fans with its sold out inaugural chapter, “The Search for Lost Rhythms”, which travelled from Singapore to a private island in Phuket this past January – whereby over 70% of its cabins booked within just 4-days of launch – Shipsomnia is now equipped with an all new ship for the debut of its new chapter, “Tale of the Kraken”, in what’s set to be the first of its kind to travel to the dance music hub of Ibiza and beyond.

Earning a reputation from international media as “The mother of all floating festivals”, the 5D/4N immersive vacation experience will uncover the “Tale of the Kraken” and help soothe the savage beast with its eclectic rhythms at sea. Expect the biggest names in the underground scene to take centre stage on board and at a massive surprise sunset party in Ibiza.

Endless activities tailored to an international community of Shipsomniacs such as excursions with artistes, secret parties at private villas, parasailing, casino gambling or their aquatic themed carnival-like night “The Shipsomnia Ball” are only a few example of what awaits as part of this edition.

Tickets to Shipsomnia are very limited and sure to be snatched up fast with half of the capacity or more pre-booked from returning Shipsomniacs. Travellers are advised to register on the waiting list to increase their chances of securing a spot by gaining access to the booking system 24 hours before it opens to the public on 4th September 2016.

For full details on this epic vacation, hit up their website.

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