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2012/07/26

FLOTSAM AND JETSAM Leads The Way…

We have arrived in the ever warm Caribbean, a place where you can party all night outside even in the winter! On our search for our beautiful island destination we sighted some FLOTSAM AND JETSAM! Are these the seats of the theater of another cruise ship? We are not sure, but we are sure that in two days time we will have found the destination of 70000TONS OF METAL 2013, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise where we spare no expense to even take out the seats in the theater. Or do you really want to attend seated Heavy Metal concerts?

2012/07/13

A World Premiere On Board!

70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise will leave for round 3 from Miami, Florida to the beautiful, ever warm Caribbean in 199 days from today.

While we are currently steaming across the Atlantic, our German Scouts have to announce a World Premiere at Sea by RAGE and the LINGUA MORTIS ORCHESTRA!

Book your cabin NOW and be part of Heavy Metal History made in the Caribbean once again on 70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise! The Original Metal Cruise: Home of the biggest open air stage to sail the oceans!

2012/07/09

Sailing Under DRAGONFORCE Through The Channel

After a short visit to the host city of the 2012 Olympic Games, London, we are now sailing under DRAGONFORCE through The Channel. Our Course: West-Southwest.

70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Floating Heavy Metal Festival will go on public sale tomorrow, July 10 at 12PM noon Eastern Time.

2012/07/06

Full Steam Ahead! Course South-West!

While our German scouting party is moving South-West, 70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Floating Heavy Metal Festival has cleared the Skagerrak at full steam. Our new course: Also South-West!

2012/07/05

Dropping Off Our First Scouting Party

Yesterday, 70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Floating Heavy Metal Festival sailed across the Baltic Sea. After dropping off our first scouting party in Rostock, Germany today we immediately set sail again with course for the Øresund. Where will our next Port of Call be?