William Shatner & full crew announced for Star Trek: The Cruise IV 2020

Attention, Trekkies! Star Trek: The Cruise IV, "the ultimate experiential vacation for Star Trek fans," is gearing up to set sail!

Today, It's been announced that the cruise will include a special appearance by Capt. James T. Kirk himself, William Shatner, as well as a raft of other Star Trek alumni. Confirmed for the show are Star Trek crew members Kate Mulgrew (Captain Kathryn Janeway on Star Trek: Voyager) and Robert Picardo, Ethan Phillips, Robert Duncan McNeill, Tim Russ, Garrett Wang,Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, Marina Sirtis, Gates McFadden, Denise Crosby, John de Lancie, Nana Visitor, Casey Biggs, Chase Masterson, Max Grodènchik, Jeffrey Combs, Vaughn Armstrong, and Wilson Cruz, with several others expected to be announced.

In addition to schmoozing with Star Trek royalty while aboard the Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas, attendees of the annual event will be treated to one of a kind performances by select Star Trek actors, star-studded panel discussions, costume parties and cosplay competitions, shore-bound excursions with actors (optional), Star Trek screenings at the pool deck theater with live commentary by the actors who star in them, as well as more than a dozen bars, restaurants, clubs and lounges designed to recreate iconic venues from the Star Trek films and television shows. Last but not least, those cruising on the sci-fi franchise's personal Love Boat will be invited to attend special events celebrating the 25th anniversary of Star Trek: Voyager with stars Kate Mulgrew, Robert Picardo, Ethan Phillips, Robert Duncan McNeill, Tim Russ and Garrett Wang.

Booking for the Star Trek-centric cruise begins on January 14th. To secure your place among the many Trekkies hoping to score tickets for the fantasy vacation excursion, be sure to click here for more details.

Source: startrekthecuise.com

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