Holy Ship!!! is a 3 night cruise featuring the top electronic music artists in the world performing on multiple stages! Prepare for the best time of your life with your room and all the comforts of a luxurious ship only steps from the dance floor. Artist hosted activities, theme nights, and private island beach parties in paradise only enhance this epic experience!
Positive Legacy would like thank Holy Ship! passengers that supported our mission to integrate music and service to benefit people and the environment. One way that passengers showed their support was by bidding on items in the Silent Auction, which we held on board Holy Ship! on Day 3. We also want to thank Holy Ship! passengers and musicians that donated items to our auction. The auction had a variety of autographed posters & photos of artists, artwork, jewelry, VIP festival passes and more! Proceeds from the auction will benefit Positive Legacy’s charitable projects.
The Holy Ship! tradition of a cruiser donation drive continued aboard the ship in this year! Thank you to all of you that brought a gift for our Nassau based beneficiary, the Bahamas Children’s Emergency Hostel.
The Positive Legacy crew personally delivered your donations to the children at the hostel during our stop in Nassau. We had a great day visiting and playing with the kids!
The Bahamas Children’s Emergency Hostel was established in 1962 by the Bahamas Christian Council. The Purpose was to provide emergency and temporary shelter for abandoned, neglected and abused children aged six weeks to eleven years. Residents who have not been returned to their relatives, fostered or adopted by age 12 are transferred to a residential home for older children, where they will reside until age 18. The average length of residency at the Hostel is one year.
Positive Legacy and Trees, Water & People want to thank you for offsetting your carbon emissions from your travel to Miami for Holy Ship! and your emissions from our 3-day voyage on the MSC Divina. Your carbon offset donations can help a Guatemalan family reduce their firewood consumption by 50%, a Haitian family plant fruit trees that will nourish their kids and generate income, and it can also help a Honduran family switch from kerosene lanterns to clean solar lighting.