Motley Crue announced that their Motley Cruise that sets sail this January has been fully booked.
Motley Crue have prepared themselves to set sail on 'Motley Cruise' that promises "four days of rock n roll on the high sea - filled with music fun and sun - and of course plenty of Girls Girls Girls!". The band will be joined by a number of rock acts such as Skid Row, EndeverafteR, Ratt and a couple of others.
The bands will do 'on-deck' performances and allow fans to have meet and greet sessions with them. The ship will embark from Miami on January 24, visit Key West, FL before officially stopping in Calica, Mexico on January 28. Other acts participating in the cruise are Slaughter and Lynam.
The voyage which is part of Vince Neil and Carnival Cruise was announced back in April 2007 and has opened its cabin slots since. The official site of the cruise stated that all of the rooms have been fully booked but they do open a waiting list in case somebody makes a cancellation.
On other news, a fan who attended the band's concert in 2006 has filed a lawsuit against the concert's promoter, Live Nation, after he was harmed by an unidentified Motley Crue member. Gerald Schneeman claimed he was standing in the front row when the unnamed member of the band hit him with guitar, jumped on him and knocked him out, at which point security guards also came and threw him out.
Motley Crue, which has taken drummer Tommy Lee back in, will release their ninth studio album in 2009, tentatively titled 'The Dirt'.