Video footage of TESLA performing the song "What You Give" on the ShipRocked five-day rock and roll music cruise can be viewed below (courtesy of "The Tour Bus").
ShipRocked departed from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on November 15, 2009 and sailed to Ocho Rios, Jamaica and Georgetown, Grand Cayman, before returning on November 20.
Other bands that performed on the cruise include QUEENSRŸCHE, RATT and SKID ROW.
Throughout the cruise, ShipRocked passengers were treated to an array of on-board events and activities, including meet-and-greets with the artists, theme nights, heavy metal karaoke, contests and charity auctions.
Everyone onboard felt like a rock star, as they basked in both sun and luxury on MSC's Poesia.
The Poesia is the third spectacular vessel in the MSC Cruise Line's "Musica" family of ships. This amazing super-liner features MSC Cruise Line's signature Italian inspired decor, impeccable service, sumptuous cuisine in multiple restaurants, beautiful swimming pools, hot tubs, a full-service spa and fitness center. Nearly two-thirds of the ship's staterooms include private balconies!
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