Holy Ship! Introduces New Dominican Republic Party: Wrecked
Earlier this month Holy Ship! made an announcement stating they would not be returning in 2020 amidst other news. As it turns out, that statement did fall through, however, a new iteration of the company took its place. Holy Ship! is glad to announce the replacement of there cruise with the all-new destination festival Wrecked in 2020 (for 2019 sailings look here).
Instead of sailing along on a Caribbean ship, attendees will be staying four days and nights at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Punta Cana. Located upon the Dominican Republic and taking place on January 22-26, 2020. It is also being rebranded as Holy Ship! Wrecked.
A Message From The Holy Ship HQ:
Over the last eight years and thirteen sailings, you have shown that Shipfam can’t be contained to a boat. Shipfam exists in the towns and cities where you live, at the shows and festivals where you gather, and in the communities, you’ve created across the globe. Now we get to take over an all-inclusive resort in another part of the world while experiencing the best music, community, vibes, beaches, and shenanigans. Together.
When we launched Holy Ship it was the first of its kind. We’ve seen what works and what doesn’t and we’ve applied that knowledge to bring you something new. We all know the boat is magic – and we’re not ruling out returning to the high seas down the road. In the meantime, we know that Holy Ship! Wrecked will give you everything the boat did and so much more. After all, our time on the island was never enough and you will not know how much you love something until you experience it for yourself …
We may be shipwrecked, but this new venue is sure to blow your mind. Let’s spread the Shipfam spirit and show them how to party on land in 2020!Holy Ship HQ
About the 2019 Event
This company will share much of the same beloved features like sunsets on the beach and sets from favorite artists. Moreover, with the new destination, it does equal higher prices to be paid. New qualities are brought to the audience that has never been perceived before.
Punta Cana is home to the new resort that will give attendees many options to choose from. There are up to twelve pools to choose from plus four swim-up bars, a lazy river, and an expansive palm-lined beach. In addition, you will have access to a full, open bar, complimentary meals in nine different restaurants (including pizza, sushi, Mediterranean, a Brazilian steakhouse, and 24-hour room service, among others), plus, free high-speed internet throughout the entire property. They have everything besides the giant jenga games.
For those looking for a little extra on board, there are a few more options. Such as a casino, a Jack Nicklaus designed golf course located on site, and a luxurious spa. If you can’t wait to indulge in the pre-festival festivies, head over to this casino to try your luck at
Booking Your Trip
Prices are per person and start at $1299 for a quad, $1399 for a triple, and $1599 for a double occupancy room. A $250 deposit holds your spot to book a room. Buyers can put down their deposit when tokens go on sale on May 3 at 10:00 A.M. PDT. Only one deposit is necessary per room at this time.
Traveling to Holy Ship!
Since Holy Ship is no longer going to be held on a cruise ship, purchasing flights down to the Dominican Republic will be essential. Be sure to download the Hopper app to keep an eye out for good prices on flights from your area. Once it’s time to fly, make sure that suitcases are within the weight requirements. This will vary depending on if bags are checked or carried on. Make sure that everyone traveling also has their passport. While waiting for flights to leave, make sure to check out this casino to try you luck and kill some time before take off. Once the plane lands, it’s time to kick back and start the rave. Be sure to head over to the front desk to check-in, and then dive into the Holy Ship! fun.