Six Ridiculous Holy Ship!! Dance Move GIFs

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Katie Bain
The EDM cruise Holy Ship!! journeyed from Fort Lauderdale to the Bahamas this past weekend, and we're still recovering. Here's our complete coverage.

A highlight was an afternoon spent on a pristine private island in the Bahamas for an afternoon of sun, surf, cocktails and the kind of dancing not seen since MTV Spring Break. To sets by Destructo, Brodinski, Diplo and Justice, here are a few of the memorable dances witnessed on the beach, in GIF form.

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6. With her killer bod, killer whale, killer taste in beer (Coors Light) and all that alpha female thrusting, this lady was the definition of beach party swagger.

5. No idea how one gets a hula hoop onto an airplane but wow was this chick was glad she did.

4. Someone else brought a hula hoop. Her boobs must be dizzy!

3. When in doubt just trick out your moves with inflatable accessories and let it ride.

2. This is how a sea siren beckons party people to her nymphy lair. One suspects Odysseus would not have had a shot against her.

But all of that said, surely no one was feeling the vibe more than this guy:

1. A bearded dude with novelty sunglasses in the ocean dressed as a penguin with a bow tie. Bravo civilization, bravo.

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