Contest: Win tix + 4D3N stay at It's The Ship 2018!

7 September 2018

Featuring some of the biggest names in EDM music, "Asia's Largest Festival At Sea" looks set to live up to its promise once again.

Boasting acts such as Cash Cash, Paul Van Dyk, Sander Van Doorn, Showtek, Vini Vici, Nervo and Darude, amongst other top-tier acts, the ship will set sail from Singapore on November 4th to Phuket, after which it will return on the 7th

Hosted by comedian and rapper Big Shaq, this year's edition is not one to miss — and we have the package just for you.

We have a Balcony Upper Deck package up for grabs, which entitles you to a 4D3N stay aboard the ship, with food and accommodation provided.

Event Information
It's The Ship 2018
4th to 7th November 2018
Tickets on sale – click here!

To stand a chance to win, all you need to do is to head over to our Instagram and find the contest post, and tell us why you should be the one to attend It's The Ship 2018!

Closing date: 9 September 2018
Contest is open to residents of Singapore and Malaysia only.

Terms & Conditions Apply

Admission Policy

  • Where winner and friends are not residents of Singapore, coach transportation to Singapore will not be provided
  • Accommodation onboard for 1 winner & a friend only
  • 4-day and 3-night accommodation
  • Round-trip cruise from Singapore to Phuket
  • All meals, non-carbonated and non-alcoholic beverages in the Dream Dining Room and The Lido
  • Government taxes and fees inclusive
  • It's The Ship only boards patrons who are 18 and above

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