Theme Cruises

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A Floating “Rock Festival for a Cause”

The first floating “rock festival for a cause” aboard Royal Caribbean International’s mega-ship, Liberty of the Seas, sailed December 1, 2011 from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Imagine a 4-day music fest with legendary rockers like ZZ Top, George Thorogood and the Destroyers, and over a dozen other classic rock bands. Now picture the fundraiser concert taking place on a fabulous cruise ship with intimate performance venues and “under the stars” on deck.


Chocolate Fantasy Cruises

Landry & Kling Chocolate Fantasy cruiseChocolate Fantasy Cruises Special interest cruises were marketed to subscribers of Chocolatier Magazine and to chocolate aficionados in the general marketplace by Landry & Kling via press releases, advertising, and media interviews.

Landry & Kling planned and operated 6 Chocolate Fantasy Cruises aboard Queen Elizabeth 2 sponsored by Chocolatier Magazine and over a dozen fine chocolate companies. The programs featured a whole schedule of chocolate-themed events such as chocolate dessert making, chocolate history lectures, special tastings and more.


Scottish Ceilidh Cruises

Landry & Kling Scottish Ceilidh cruise

Special interest cruises were marketed through Scottish clan publications nationwide, at Scottish Highland Games, and through the fans of the Scottish performers featured on the cruises.

Landry & Kling provided a variety of Scottish-themed entertainment on these cruises including Scottish country dancing and instructors, musicians, singers, story tellers, and whiskey tastings courtesy of Cutty Sark Scotts Whisky, sponsor of the series of 3 cruises to the Caribbean, Canada and the Maritime Provinces, and Bermuda.