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Cosplayers on the Star Trek Cruise (Photo: startrekthecruise.com)
Cosplayers on the Star Trek Cruise (Photo: startrekthecruise.com)

TV & Film Theme Cruises

Here's a sneak peek at some of the most popular TV & film theme cruises. The specific sailings listed on this page offer a snapshot of some of the options, but they are not meant to make up a comprehensive calendar. Check online for updates on specific cruises and be aware that some theme sailings sell out quickly.

Updated January 15, 2019

The Walking Dead Cruise

Fans of AMC's "The Walking Dead" have another chance to sail with their favorite zombie apocalypse survivors. The next Walker Stalker Cruise will welcome Norman Reedus (Daryl), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan), Chandler Riggs (Carl) and others who will host a jam-packed week of themed activities. Event details are still being worked out, but fans on past cruises have enjoyed professional photographs, Q&As, concerts and optional autograph signings. Of course, there's always a chance for impromptu selfies. The cruise, which takes place on Norwegian Pearl, will sail to Nassau, Bahamas, roundtrip from Tampa. Fares start at $945 per person, for an inside cabin, based on double occupancy.

Check out our pictures from the hit TV series' second annual theme cruise.

Dates: February 21 - 25, 2019


Theme Cruises 2019


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