All aboard the Hammership! Sabaton, Powerwolf, Kreator and more to play metal cruise in 2022

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SabatonPowerwolfAccept, Kreator and more have been booked to play on the Hammership, a metal cruise sailing from Athens to Kusadasi, Turkey and Mykonos in 2022.

The journey will start from August 18 and come to an end on August 18, and is to feature unique performances, immersive fan experiences, and so much more.

Other bands on the bill so far include Jinjer, Hämatom, Frog Leap, The Darkness, Bokassa, All Hail The Yeti and Lucifer.

During the stay, fans will have access to some great holiday metal-infused experiences, including live band karaoke and on board tattoo artists. There's also the Hammership Tonight Show, Meet The Metal Makers Q&A, The Heavy Metal Crossfire with Powerwolf, the chance to vote for up-and-coming bands onto the line-up, special collaboration sets, and a premium beverage package.

All guests on board will additionally be able to use the ship's amenities such as speciality dining, spa, casino, fitness centre and more. 

A picture of the Hammership sailing on the seas

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The first 250 guests to book Hammership will get to join the exclusive Hammerhead Club. Entry into the club includes a limited edition inaugural Hammership patch and entry into the Hammerhead Raffle to win 1 of 10 guitars signed by all Hammership artists, as well as other exclusive prizes.

In order to join the Hammership cruise however, all guests and crew must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. If you're double-vaxxed and ready to set sail but empty on pocket, there's also payment plans available for US customers, while punters who pay up front get a 5% discount on ticket price.

Book your place on the Hammership now.

A poster of the Hammership line up

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Liz Scarlett

Liz works on keeping the Louder sites up to date with the latest news from the world of rock and metal. Prior to joining Louder as a full time staff writer, she completed a Diploma with the National Council for the Training of Journalists and received a First Class Honours Degree in Popular Music Journalism. She enjoys writing about anything from neo-glam rock to stoner, doom and progressive metal, and loves celebrating women in music.