Itinerary

Sailing from a new port aboard an awesome new ship, Holy Ship! 8.0 and 9.0 are destined for greatness! Get ready for an EPIC four days together as we leave from Port Canaveral and sail the ocean blue with two stops in the Bahamas along the way.




Day 1 - Port Canaveral

Welcome to Port Canaveral, our new home base for Holy Ship! The port is located just 45 minutes east of the Orlando Airport and close to all its famous parks and attractions. The Norwegian Epic will be awaiting us in port and boarding will begin early afternoon on embarkation day. Once aboard, get settled in and familiar with the new ship before the music officially kicks off!

Day 2 - Great Stirrup Cay

After sailing into the sunset, Holy Ship! will arrive at Norwegian Cruise Line’s privately owned Great Stirrup Cay, a beautiful island in the Bahamas. Get ready to Stir It Up - ShipFam style! The island offers many activities including snorkeling, jet-skiing, kayaking, and of course, the offical Holy Ship! beach party. After a full afternoon in paradise, meet back on the ship for another full night of music at sea.

Day 3 - Day at Sea

There’s nothing like hearing those sweet beats you crave while being surrounded by a breathtaking panoramic view of the ocean. With a fully stacked schedule and artist-led activities, spend the day at sea with your beloved ShipFam as we sail towards Nassau. That’s what days at sea on Holy Ship! are all about!

Day 4 - Nassau, Bahamas

Welcome to Nassau, the largest city in the Bahamas and our final stop. Take some time to enjoy the local culture and food as we spend the afternoon ashore. Spend the day at the beach or hit the local shops to bring home some souvenirs. Make the most of your day in Nassau before returning to the Epic for the final night of Holy Ship!

Port Canaveral

Day 5 - Port Canaveral

As we pull back into Port Canaveral, we'll say our goodbyes to our international family of shippers, reflect on a truly EPIC adventure, and begin our journey back into the real world with a slightly different perspective than when we began.