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2012/12/29

Something SINISTER From The Netherlands

70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise returned once more to The Netherlands. When docking in Rotterdam, one of the biggest ports of the world, we received a very SINISTER welcome! Not having any time to spare, we put right to sea again. Where will our next port of call be?

2012/12/28

One Month To Departure!

Sailors! Can you already smell the sea? Only one month until you’re sailing to the beautiful Turks and Caicos Islands while you get your face melted on board 70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise. Anyone getting excited yet…?

2012/12/24

Happy Metal Holidays!

Sailors from around the World: We wish you all very happy holidays! May peace and love come to you and all of the ones important to you this time of the year.

Our Phone Hotline will remain closed until December 26. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your booking, please don’t hesitate to contact us here.

Only 5 more weeks… and you will be celebrating the start of 2013 in style on board 70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise!

2012/12/20

We Were Met With An ONSLAUGHT!

Today we sailed from The Netherlands through the English Channel, turned North and then East into the Bristol Channel, but we were met with such an ONSLAUGHT that we decided to sail back to the European mainland!

ONSLAUGHT will celebrate their 30th Anniversary on board 70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Festival! To commemorate this event, they will play two very special sets: For the first show they will play The Force in its entirety… the second show will be a best of 30 years of violence set.

2012/12/19

All Across Canada To Draw Some Blood!

Canada is a vast country and our scouts had to go all the way to Victoria on beautiful Vancouver Island to draw some new blood…
3 INCHES OF BLOOD to be exact! Please welcome some more Canucks on board 70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise!

…and the ship back in The Netherlands, where will it sail next?