Bears on a Boat: Heretic and Bearracuda Team Up for 2015 Cruise

If the past few months proved anything, it’s that winter weather in Georgia is a very real thing. Getting away from the cold weather in favor of warmer climates just got a little easier – for next year, at least. Heretic has teamed up with Bearracuda, the promoter of some of Heretic’s most popular parties, for the First Annual Bearracuda Heretic Caribbean Cruise.

The cruise, which starts Jan. 31, 2015 and runs through Feb. 7, will take passengers from Fort Lauderdale through San Juan, St. Thomas and St. Maarten aboard the Celebrity ship Reflection.

While the ship won’t be exclusively booked for members of the Bearracuda Heretic Caribbean Cruise, promoters promise many events on the ship will be exclusively for their guests. They also promise something for everyone – whether it’s partying, relaxing, or exploring. If you’re on board to party, Heretic and Bearracuda have already announced two of the DJs they’re bringing: Tony Moran and Paul Goodyear. Keep an eye out for more entertainer-related announcements over the coming months. Beyond the boat, there will be excursions on the islands exclusively for those attending through this cruise.

The cruise may be a collaboration between Bearracuda and Heretic, but the trip isn’t limited to furry men. Whether you identify as a bear, cub, otter, chub, chaser, or some other part of the community – or even if you don’t identify, but you’re friendly with the community – this trip is for you. And just in case you’re wondering if the trip will be made up of just a bunch of gays from Atlanta, keep this in mind: Bearracuda promotes events in 38 cities around the world, and they’re promoting this cruise to their followers worldwide. So you can join the cruise, know some of the people, and still meet plenty of new people on your trip!

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The Bearracuda Heretic Caribbean Cruise runs Jan. 31–Feb. 7, 2015. To book your trip, check out room rates and more, visit bearsoverboard.com. For more on Heretic, click here. For more on Bearracuda, click here.

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