Country Cruising Continues Without Adkins

Jan 17, 2014, 15:30 ET from Country Cruising

MIAMI, Jan. 17, 2014 Country Cruising 2014, sailing on its second annual Country Music Festival at Sea, continues on after the departure of Country star Trace Adkins.  Adkins left the ship in Ocho Rios after an incident on the ship involving alcohol.

The ship left Miami on January 12, 2014 aboard the Norwegian Pearl, with twenty eight artists and over 100 live shows scheduled, including Wynonna, Montgomery Gentry, Neal McCoy, Craig Morgan and Love and Theft.  There has been no disruption of the existing program, other than Adkins.  As a tribute to Adkins, many of the artists currently on the sailing have added additional shows to give the cruisers the best-ever country cruise experience, as advertised!

On Saturday, starting at 11:00 AM on the pool stage, Country Cruising will be presenting the largest single-day line up in concert cruising history, with fifteen hours of non-stop entertainment.   There will be twenty one artists, including  Lonestar, Neal McCoy, Love and Theft and  Steel Magnolia.  This Cruise Production extravaganza will set the standard for finale concerts at sea.

Country Cruising is currently in process of booking artists for the 2015 cruise, which will feature some of Nashville's finest and up and coming artists from around the country.  All information will be available at

Country Cruising is operated by Flying Dutchmen Travel, from Santa Rosa, CA.  Other programs offered by the company include:  The Dave Koz Cruise, The Wine Dine and Music Cruise and the Jamrock Reggae Cruise, all sailing in 2014.  For inquiries call 800-248-7471.

SOURCE Country Cruising