Each night of the cruise is highlighted by a theme that is selected to enrich the Blue Note at Sea experience for all guests. These nights do not require special attire or any action by you. Most guests do, however, participate in our “Dress-Up” Night. Jackets for men and cocktail dresses for women are the customary attire.
As a Grammy and Tony Winner and a newly inducted NEA Jazz Master, our main entertainment of the evening Dee Dee Bridgewater is most certainly deserving to "Take A Bow."
As our cruise heads for the Spanish Main, we are treated to the music of Chick Corea, which includes the iconic tune, Spain.
Tonight is our night to salute the legends of jazz, highlighted by our special guest, Charles Lloyd & The Marvels.
On this evening, you do not have to choose between your love of jazz and the excitement of R & B. Both will be omnipresent, embodied in the work of Robert Glasper.
Rodgers & Hart would be proud! Tonight is our night for formal dress and to be glamorous “to the nines”, which is why Lalah Hathaway will be the star of the evening.
“The Cat in The Hat” and Kind of Blue were created at nearly the same time. So What, you say? Tonight, our own Cat in the Hat Both, our multi-talented cruise host Marcus Miller, works hard to thank all of you. This last night of the cruise is always fun, but it is also Kind of Blue.
Celebrate our final night at sea with saxophonist Maceo Parker, who embodies the legacy of soul and funk music like no other musician can. Always at the forefront, Maceo has been a common thread in the history of funk — helping to pioneer the sound of the genre in collaborations alongside seminal icons like James Brown, George Clinton, and Prince, all the while honing his own signature brand of showmanship.