Looking for a cruise that’s out of the ordinary? We’re here to help. If you make the right choice, your holiday could be the funkiest experience you’ve had in a while. In this article, we’ve shared some interesting options available – and you’ll be surprised by just how whacky they can be. Read at your own risk… and don’t blame us if you book a getaway soon after! |
Need we say any more? Star Trek: The Cruise III is a dream come true for every Trekkie. As you voyage through Miami, the Cayman Islands and Jamaica, rub shoulders with the likes of Brent Spiner, Jason Isaacs, Rene Auberjonois and Wil Wheaton. During the six-day getaway, enjoy unique game shows, scavenger hunts, costume parties, Thomas Dolby concerts and celebrity-guided excursions.
For dancing aficionados, this is an ideal choice. The Soul Train Cruise is a jazzy way to holiday through Fort Lauderdale to the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas. Dance to the tropical beats of well-known names such as Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight, the Chi-Lites, George Clinton, Morris Day and the Time, the Ohio Players and other R&B favorites.
Die-hard WWE fans won’t have to be glued to the TV to get their wrestling fixes during this holiday. Wondering what we’re talking about? Hop aboard a ship with a wrestling ring on it, the Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager at Sea, as it sails between Miami and Nassau in the Bahamas. Between breathtaking sights of the ocean, quirky cocktails and adrenaline-pumping wrestling bouts, this getaway literally packs a punch!
Who said the words ‘horror’ and ‘holiday’ don’t go together? On the Walking-Dead-themed Walker Stalker Cruise they do. Setting out from Tampa to Nassau in the Bahamas, you’ll be privy to Q&As and autograph sessions with many of the TV show’s celebrities, such as Norman Reedus (Daryl), Ross Marquand (Aaron), Tom Payne (Jesus) and Chandler Riggs (Carl).
Hunt ghosts throughout Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay and Ketchikan, with a stop in Victoria in British Columbia, before heading back to Seattle. It offers a pre-departure ghost hunt, fun shore excursions and paranormal activities on board.
Before You Go
It’s advisable to invest in comprehensive cruise holiday insurance before you leave. Since this getaway involves you being both on land and sea, it is very important to confirm your policy covers both. Check with your travel company about the various events happening on board, so you can pack your outfits accordingly.
Choosing an at-sea getaway means that there’s not much you need to worry about. Once you’ve booked your tickets, simply get some cruise holiday insurance and you’re pretty much sorted – and a themed voyage is bound to give you enough material for a lifetime of dinner table stories.
Patrick Chong is the Managing Director of InsureMore, an award-winning team of specialists in global single trip, family, annual and cruise holiday insurance policies. No matter where in the world you’re travelling and how long you’re going for, InsureMore’s comprehensive policies will keep you covered.
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