If you’re looking for a vacation that rocks this holiday season, then all aboard the mighty Rock Legends Cruise II — a five day trip on the Atlantic packed with rock concerts and a variety of ways to relax. The cruise features more than 20 bands and has a scheduled port stop at Labadee, a Royal Caribbean resort where guests can enjoy kayaking, snorkeling, a roller coaster-type ride, a zip line and more.

The great Paul Rodgers from Bad Company, Foreigner, The Marshall Tucker Band, Creedence Clearwater Revisited, Kansas, 38 Special, Blue Oyster Cult and Foghat are among those performing at this floating rock n’ roll festival. Special guests include the original drummer for Lynyrd Skynyrd Bob Burns and well as the original honkette from the band, Leslie Hawkins.

The ship, which is almost as long as four football fields, has three different performance stages and each band will be playing up to three shows during the cruise. All proceeds from this Cruise For A Cause will go towards the Native American Heritage Association to provide emergency assistance and self-help programs to the Sioux Native Americans living on reservations in South Dakota.

The Royal Caribbean International ship, Liberty of the Seas, departs January 10, 2013 from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. From on-board surfing to a wide array of gourmet restaurants, the Rock Legends Cruise is designed for anyone who wants to kick off the new year like a rockstar — or at least with the rockstars.

Source: RockLegendsCruise.com