The Women Who Kept It’s the Ship Singapore's Boat Rocking
Livescape Asia's It's the Ship is a four-day party cruise and the ultimate shipcation, sailing from Singapore to Phuket and back. Asia's biggest festival at sea brags to be a hotbed of debauchery and excess.
With 35 dining options, sideline entertainment like bowling alleys, casinos, a golf course and outlandish shows from Chippendales and Cirque Le Soir. Although the lineup was dominated by some of the biggest males in EDM, the ladies still reigned supreme. Here are a few of the women who kept the party vibes floating and the tunes wavey.
A belly-flopping mishap that leaves your right foot broken the day you’re playing for more than 4000 on a cruise ship isn’t normal. Neither is showing up for a round of press talks in a Superwoman leotard. But that’s what makes Melbourne’s glamour girl Courtney Mills the unique, bold and accomplished DJ that she is .
DJ Tigerlily is a knockout in every sense of the word. The active boxer and health advocate is also one of the most successful female Australian DJ’s. Her trance-like set and easygoing personality fit perfectly with It's the Ships “whatever may come” vibes.
Sophie Francis, 19, wasn’t daunted by the bevy of drunken half-naked men and women strutting around the slippery decks on It’s the Ship. Nor was she taken aback by the excess of activities and entertainment on site. After two days of pure indulgence, seasickness got the best of the Dutch DJ. Thankfully, she was able to hold it down for a few quick snapshots before her an exuberant set.
Jahan and Yasmine of Krewella showed up on the boat with fresh new cuts and coordinating 'fits. Being one of the few female American artists, they held their own with the boys during their raucous 3 am set on the Indian Ocean.
Words and Photos by Bukunmi Grace