PRETTY MAIDS and F.K.Ü. have been confirmed for the next Sweden Rock Cruise. The complete lineup is now as follows:
This will be the first metal cruise aboard the new ship M/S Silja Galaxy, which holds 2,800 passengers (800 more than the M/S Silja Festival which was used for previous cruises). The Galaxy, which was built in 2006, is 212 meters long and its 12 floors hold eight bars, five restaurants, a casino, swimming pools and a gaming room, among other things.
The ship departs from Stockholm, Sweden on October 9 at 19.15 (7:15 p.m.) and makes stops at Mariehamn and Turku in Finland before arriving back in Stockholm 24 hours later.
Tickets are already on sale and prices range from 495 SEK to 1490 SEK (approximately $82 to $248, or 52 euro to 156 euro) depending on the type of cabin and how many people are sharing it. Tickets can be ordered from Tallink Silja at +46 8 666 3333 or, if you know Swedish, online at this location.
All five previous Sweden Rock cruises have been sold out.
For more information (also in Swedish), go to this location.
If you have any questions about the cruise, you can send an e-mail (in English or Swedish) to email@example.com.
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