Paul Oakenfold and Flo Rida Join Pitbull on Club 305 Cruise

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The first tidal wave of artists joining Mr. Worldwide on his Club 305 Cruise has been announced, and it's fucking huge.

Electro master and commander Paul Oakenfold is joining Pitbull aboard Royal Caribbean's Majesty of the Seas, and so is Miami native Flo Rida.

Together, these three locos are gonna rock the tits off the 74,000-ton vessel, bringing 305 locura to the high seas while slamming Mai Tais and strawberry daiquiris with 2,500 of their closest friends.

Want to be a part of it? Of course you do.

Of course, you'll have to drop some serious coinage if you want to let loose at the"Calle Ocho Bon Voyage Party," poolside bikini bash, or the "Singles & Unhappily Married Party." Prices for the three-night, four-day extravaganza start at a whopping $699 per person.

Sure, you'll have access to artist meet-and-greets, Q&A sessions, and photo ops, the "Pimps and Hoes Ball," an all-day party on Royal Caribbean's private island, and general cruise ship fun shit like all-you-can-eat buffets and soft-serve ice cream. But damn, $700?

Fuck it, throw the fee on your credit card. Party now, pay later. You can book your cruise starting Friday, October 14 at 3 p.m. We'll see you on the ship, locos.

Club 305 Cruise. Friday, April 13, to Monday, April 16, 2012. Royal Caribbean's Majesty of the Seas sailing from Port of Miami, 1015 N. America Way, Miami. Prices start at $699 per person. Ports of Call include CocoCay and Nassau, Bahamas. Visit club305cruise.com.

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