Organisers of Summer Ship Cruise have said people will be treated to more fun this year and that they are set to have an experience with the famous MV Illala.
The event, which will see people having an experience of sailing on Lake Malawi, runs from October 15 to 17.
One of the members of the organising team DJ Rubbie said Tuesday that the ship has been certified and that all is set for the voyage.
DJ Rubbie said the cruise will start from Monkey Bay in Mangochi District to Salima via Makanjira then Nkhotakota up to Likoma.
“The ship will spend the whole night on board with fans enjoying overnight party while heading to Likoma where they are set to arrive on Saturday,” he said.
DJ Rubbie said they would spend six hours in Likoma before proceeding to Nkhata Bay, where they will have an overnight beach party spiced up by music performances.
“On Sunday, we are going to board our coaches and start off on a road trip via the lakeshore going back to Monkey Bay,” he said.
Some of the artists set to spice up the Summer Ship Cruise include Piksy, Eli Njuchi, DJs Flame, Mighty Virus and Maya.
In observing strict Covid measures, DJ Rubbie said the cruise would be limited to 100 people.
“We are ready and we are just waiting for the day. We need to shake off stress and have fun,” he said.