The Rock Legends cruise series has announced the lineup for its third voyage, and it looks like they're going to need a bigger boat.

A slew of classic rockers are setting sail on Feb. 19, 2015, for a four-day trip that will take passengers from Fort Lauderdale to Nassau and back again, all while enjoying performances from the Doobie Brothers, .38 Special, the Marshall Tucker Band, Dickey Betts and Great Southern, Blue Oyster Cult, Uriah Heep, Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown, Edgar Winter, the Pat Travers Band and the Blue Lords.

The cruise serves as a benefit for the Native American Heritage Association, which also hosts the event. "It's everything you could imagine along with some things you could probably never imagine," promised a NAHA spokesperson. "An experience like no other, it's simply the classic rock cruise of a lifetime."

Aside from live performances, that experience is also scheduled to include meet and greets and Q&A forums, as well as on-board surfing, a full-sized basketball court and boxing ring, a miniature golf course, a rock-climbing wall, whirlpools and dining options that run the gamut from gourmet to casual. Rock Legends says cabins are selling quickly, although most levels are still available; pricing starts at $1,099 per person. For more information, visit the cruise company's website.