The first Star Trek Cruise is sold out, but you can still win the last cabin
You can sail to the Caribbean with William Shatner. But you'll need some luck.
Never underestimate the purchasing power of Trekkies. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the landmark sci-fi series, Entertainment Cruise Productions and CBS Consumer Products are offering Star Trek: The Cruise to explore the Caribbean frontier. Captain Kirk himself will be onboard the pleasure craft.
- 1/28 11:00PMReturn to Tomorrow"The Enterprise discovers three incorporeal intelligences who seek their help in gaining physical bodies, but one of them has plans of his own."
- 2/4 11:00PMPatterns of Force"The Enterprise seeks out a historical researcher with whom the Federation has lost contact, and discover he has contaminated a culture, remaking it into a near-duplicate of Nazi Germany."
- 2/11 11:00PMBy Any Other Name"The Enterprise's command crew must thwart an invasion by aliens from another galaxy who plan to conquer this one."
Star Trek: The Cruise with William Shatner will push out from Miami on January 9, 2017, with ports of call in Cozumel, Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay. If you missed our first post about the trip, we have some bad news. The voyage sold out in 60 days. However, one cabin was kept empty for a lucky fan.
You can enter for a chance to win the last room. A winner will be announced October 1, 2016.
Other Trek vets Jonathan Frakes, Robert Picardo, Denise Crosby, James Darren, John De Lancie and Terry Ferrell will make the trip, too. Oh, and Marina Sirtis, appropriately.