We know you miss the feel and weight of your banana hammocks and banana costumes, the ones still sweaty from the salt of the seas. After having the most ridiculous time of your life on Holy Ship!!!'s third Hard Cruise voyage, the one that just barely docked two months ago, your heart still aches for the head-busting beats and sweaty ravers you love. 

Holy Ship!!! 2014: Pre-Book Your Room on the Cruise Tomorrow

The organizers of the on-deck electro-party knows you need your Holy Ship fix fast, so they already announced that tickets for next year's boat ride go on sale tomorrow at noon. Click on for the details. 

Here's what you have to do.

1. Set up a Cloud 9 account now if you're a Holy Ship virgin before the tickets go on sale. 

2. Noon EST, on March 6, visit holyship.com, and click on the Pre-Book Now button. 

3. Rules are, only one person per cabin can pre-book, so make sure you're bunking with your best buddies, cause if not, the room'll seem a lot smaller than it is.

4. It only costs $250 to pre-book a room and the deposit will go toward final cost of the cabin. The press release states: 

When the time comes to select your cabin type in the Spring, you will add your friends to your cabin and each person will pay their $250 deposit. Remaining cabin costs can be paid in full at any time or using our payment plan. There are cabins that accommodate 2, 3, or 4 passengers, based on availability at the assigned booking time once you have pre-booked.

Room is limited and the line up will be announced soon enough. Also, make sure you're over 21, cause this cruise is not for those with anything innocent about them. 

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