Epic event cruise company, Whet Travel, has set its sights on Ensenada, Mexico for its forthcoming West Coast edition of Groove Cruise taking place from October 6 – 9. The cruise offers a dance music experience unlike any other with techno infused Abyss after hours sunrises, hard hitting trance and big room acts, moments of Zen in the Whet Oasis chill lounge, old school hip hop and dance classics sessions, and Deep House Yoga on the top deck with 360 ocean views.
New for 2017 will be a private cliff top experience at the stunning Casa de los Siete Patios showcasing the region’s specialties and beauty. Once on land, GCFam may find themselves taking tours of local wineries, flying on a zip line, getting misted by the natural seaside spectacle of the ‘Blow Hole’, or exploring local market places before heading to the exclusive Groove Cruise cliff party on the edge of the ocean.
In addition to the 3-day sailing, for the first time ever, the prelude to the weekend will see Groove Cruise take over the iconic Queen Mary to create an experience unlike anything in its 13 year history. The Bon Voyage party on the decks of the Queen Mary will take place in conjunction with the haunted Dark Harbor that the port of Long Beach has become famous for. Groove Cruise Founder and CEO of Whet Travel Jason Beukema described the experience: ‘Everyone is fascinated by the Queen Mary and its history. It’s going to be a once in a lifetime experience to have the GCFam stay on the ship, party onboard and take part in all the Dark Harbor freaky festivities the night before we set sail to Mexico. And it’s conveniently across the parking lot from the cruise terminal we sail from the next day’.
Groove Cruise isn’t exactly a low-budget event but it has consistently delivered well-curated musical acts, travel to exotic locales, and an entirely different experience for the jaded dance music aficionado. Read up about my experience on the last West Coast Groove Cruise here and check online for more information on how you can book your own Groove Cruise voyage.