Asia’s largest festival at sea returned to port on November 4th after a sleepless 3-night cruise through the Straits of Malacca, where the went on 24/7 aboard the luxurious Mariner of the Seas.
For its third edition, Livescape’s annual sea-borne pilgrimage once again sold out taking 3,800 music fans from Singapore to Penang and back.
All in all, It’s The Ship hosted 83 acts across 9 stages including Andrew Rayel, Bangkok Invaders, Ben Gold, Brooklyn, Dada Life, David Gravell, David Hasselhoff, Far East Movement, Gaby Endo, Kate Foxx, Knife Party, Lucille, Joel Fletcher, MaRLo, Myrne, Sexy Sax Man, Sander Van Doorn, Some Blonde, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano & Thaitanium.
But arguably one of this year’s star attractions was the star-studded captain – David Hasselhoff, who spent much of his time onboard serenading the crowd and snapping selfies with fans while donning a t-shirt that read ‘Don’t Hassle The Hoff’.
And who would have guessed it but there was also a marriage proposal onboard. She said yes, by the way.
Enjoy the pictures and here's a tip for a drinking game, take a swig whenever you feast your eyes upon The Hoff.