There’s no better place to spend your vacation than aboard a cruise ship. However, if you don’t find swimming in a pool and listening to live music appealing, there are some extra special cruises that might capture your fancy. They’re meant for the most extreme fans of beloved movies and television shows. They can get a bit pricy, but the money is well worth the experience of meeting celebrities and bonding with fellow fans. Here are some of the absolute coolest TV and movie themed cruises:
This cruise ship has more than a bowling alley and rock wall. It also has makeup artists that’ll help guests transform into zombies and panels where you can potentially meet your favorite stars! Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Emily Kenney, and Chad Coleman have all promised to appear on the ship. If you’re one of the first 1,000 people to book a spot on this cruise, which is set to leave in January of 2016, you’ll even get a free lithograph signed by Norman.
2015 is the year Marty travels to in his DeLorean, making this year the perfect year for a Back to the Future cruise. Don’t worry about the high price of tickets, because the money you spend will go toward the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Plus, when you step aboard the ship, you’ll get to meet some cast and crew members. You’ll even get to have your own Enchantment Under the Sea dance.
In the past, Stark Trek cruises have held movie screenings and autograph signings from beloved actors and actresses that took part in the television show and movies. It’s also a great place to meet new friends with similar interests. If none of your current friends enjoy a good science fiction film, you’ll find plenty of people who do aboard this cruise.
As if being in the middle of the ocean wasn’t scary enough, now you can raise the hair on the back of your neck with ghost encounters too. This cruise lasts seven days and takes you all the way to Alaska. While you’re on board, you’ll get to see Barry Fitzgerald, Karl Pfeiffer, and Sara Lemos. There will also be seminars, ghost hunting expeditions, and paranormal investigations.
Looking for a red-neck cruise complete with orange vests and camouflage? This cruise will take you to the Bahamas with Phil, Miss Kay, and Si. When you buy a ticket, you’ll get free meals, access to the pool, and the chance to attend a few concerts. Plus, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to ask your favorite Duck Dynasty members questions.
If you’re a movie buff, this cruise will contain everything you could ever dream of. On it, you’ll get to watch movies and then hear from the people involved in making those movies. In addition, you’ll also get to hear behind the scenes stories, visit lounges and clubs, and meet special guests.
There are cruises, such as Serenity from Crystal Cruises, offering you a tour of the world of Game of Thrones. You’ll get to see Castle Ward, which is where the Stark family live. It’ll also show you Audrey’s Castle, which was used as Robb Stark’s military camp.
Which one of these cruises would you be most excited to go on? What’s your worst cruise experience?