Cast members of the comedy series 'Friends'.
Gulf Today Report
A cruise, onboard the “Celebrity Equinox” ship, will take 500 “die-hard fans” around some of the most beautiful spots in the Caribbean.
The voyage, sold by American travel company Fana World Travel, will set sail from 15-22 May from Key West, Florida, according to the Independent.
The ship will visit Grand Cayman and Cozumel in Mexico, all the while providing some classic show-themed entertainment for guests and their friends.
Guests can immerse themselves “in all things “Friends,” from a dress up as your favourite character event to testing your knowledge in a trivia game and much, much more”.
On the agenda is “custom entertainment and an abundance of merriment along the way”.
“Get ready to eat like Joey, joke like Chandler, cook like Monica, shop like Rachel, yoga like Phoebe and dig like Ross,” the website cruisewithfriends.net says.
News of the cruise comes hot on the heels of the “Friends” reunion, which aired in May.
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