21 More Arrested Before Second Holy Ship! 2018 Cruise
PORT CANAVERAL, Florida - Twenty-one more people were arrested before boarding the second Holy Ship! cruise on Wednesday despite the heavy publicity of two dozen arrests made before the first Holy Ship! cruise on Saturday.
Holy Ship! is an annual electronic dance music (EDM) festival that takes place on the Norwegian Epic cruise ship.
The popular rave cruise attracts about 4,000 party-goers from across the U.S. who spend anywhere from $900 to $1,800 each to book either the 4-day or 3-day cruise that departs from Port Canaveral, Florida to Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas.
The 4-day cruise is returned to Port Canaveral on January 10, 2018 and the 3-day cruise disembarked later that same day.
Like the first round of Holy Ship! 2018 arrests on Saturday, most of Wednesday's arrests were misdemeanor drug possession charges.
The most serious of the charges were for trafficking MDMA and cocaine.
The second round of Holy Ship! 2018 arrests are:
***The names and photos of defendants with lesser offenses were removed from this article 90 days after publication***