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Pure Bliss for the Irish Trade

2nd May 2018 - 12:15pm

Mairead Keegan (Click&Go;) and Alice Swords (Sunway)

Mairead Keegan (Click&Go;) and Alice Swords (Sunway)

Action packed is the best way to describe the inaugural sailing from Bremerhaven to Southampton with a host of entertainment options available throughout the cruise. Particularly popular with the Irish guests on board was the one-of-a-kind silent disco with some of the greatest songs from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s played through LED headphones synched with music, lightening and multimedia display. The Bliss Cavern was also a cruise highlight as a Beatles cover band showcased many of the most popular tunes from the Fab Four. The ship’s theatre was the location for musical shows Jersey Boys and Havana.


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Mairead Keegan (Click&Go;) and Alice Swords (Sunway)
On board entertainment.
Silent Disco.
Deirdre Sweeney, Ciara Dromgoole and Alice Swords (all Sunway).
Silent Disco.
Jamie Airey (Sunway) and his girlfriend Julie.
Elaine Sheridan (O’Callaghan Travel), Claire Doherty (Travel Department) and Ciara Dromgoole (Sunway).
Paul Hackett (Click&Go;) and Dawn Conway (Sunway).
Rachel McAnespie (Click&Go;).
Declan Mescall (Features Editor Travelbiz).
Eleanor Tallon (Click&Go;).
The Bliss Cavern.
The Bliss Beatles.
The Bliss Beatles.
The Bliss Theatre.
Original musical Havana.
Musical entertainment

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