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Photos: Skrillex, Steve Aoki, and 2000 Beat Freaks Aboard Holy Ship! Music Cruise

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Fist-pumping for four straight days inside a 12,000-square-foot spa! Dancing to 169 BPMs in the sushi bar's zen garden! Slamming tropical cocktails in the mojito bar at 2 a.m. with Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Fatboy Slim, Diplo, A-Trak, and 2000 beat freaks!

Over the weekend, the inaugural edition of HARD's Holy Ship! electronic music cruise sailed out of Port Everglades on the MSC Poesia. And besides running aground in the Bahamas, the cruisin' was smooth.

Just see the cut for fifteen photos of raver rabbit babes, drunk pigs, gorillas, bananafish, and chicks with Mad Decent stickers on their tits, all aboard Holy Ship!

See the full 33-photo Holy Ship! with Fatboy Slim, Skrillex, Steve Aoki and More at MSC Poesia slideshow.

See the full 33-photo Holy Ship! with Fatboy Slim, Skrillex, Steve Aoki and More at MSC Poesia slideshow.

See the full 33-photo Holy Ship! with Fatboy Slim, Skrillex, Steve Aoki and More at MSC Poesia slideshow.

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