The Backstreet Boys are hitting the water this spring: The boy band just announced that they’ll be embarking on their sixth annual Backstreet Boys cruise this May.
“Every year we have the best time on these cruises,” Nick Carter said in a statement. “Being able to spend quality time with our fans, making these four days all about BSB without the limitations of a single performance. This is just another way for us to say thank you to our fans, and everyone ends up having an unforgettable time!”
BSB haven’t slowed down too much since debuting with their self-titled in the mid-’90s: They released a new album, In a World Like This, in 2013 and currently have their own Las Vegas concert residency, Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life.
“We’ve enriched each other’s lives,” Kevin Richardson told EW earlier this year. “It’s not always easy because we all have five different opinions about the way something should be done. But when we all get rolling in the same direction? We can accomplish great things.”
This year’s cruise will take fans from Miami to Grand Turk. Tickets for past cruisers and fan club members go on sale April 25 at 12 p.m. ET, while the general public will be able to buy tickets beginning April 26 at 12 p.m. ET. Find out more here.