The first ever Star Trek cruise is set for January 2017 and promises to “boldly go where no one has gone before”. The cruise will be hosted by the first Star Trek Captain, William Shatner (aka James T. Kirk), and the trip will be part of Star Trek’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
The cruise will offer unique experiences including:
- Dramatic performances
- Comedy shows and concerts by Star Trek actors
- Intimate speaking engagements with leading scientists, influencers and experts
- Themed parties
- Interactive games, screenings, and competitions
The cruise will take place on Norwegian Pearl and sail a 6 night cruise out of Miami, Florida with stops in Cozumel, Mexico; Nassau, Bahamas; and Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas Great Stirrup Cay.
Other cast members that will join William Shatner will be Jonathan Frakes (Commander Riker), Robert Picardo from Voyager, and James Darren from Deep Space Nine, and John de Lancie and Denise Crosby from Star Trek The Next Generation.
Reservations for the first Star Trek cruise are now open and can be booked online or through an in-house reservation team. The in-house reservation team will also be happy to answer any questions that you have about the cruise.
Prices range from $975 per person for inside staterooms, $1,500 for ocean view, $1,950 for a balcony, and up to $7,500 per person for the Garden Villa and do not include $210/person in port charges/tax/gratuities. Prices are based on double occupancy. Three different monthly payment plans are available. For more information and for complete terms and details of the cruise, visit StarTrektheCruise.com.