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William Shatner takes role in real life: captain of a Star Trek cruise. Tickets price from $975



Star Trek fans will be able to celebrate the franchise’s 50th anniversary on a real ship. The Norwegian Pearl will play the part of the Starship Enterprise.

The 84-year-old actor,  William Shatner, has announced he’ll be hitting the ocean waves for a six-day voyage with other Star Trek pals to host fans to a “totally immersive” experience. “It should be a lot of fun”.

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Fans will enjoy the themed parties (including Holo Nights, Q’s Masquerade Ball, Risa’s Festival Of The Moon Party, and Starfleet’s Intergalactic Gala), interactive games (including Star Trek-themed chess, Catan, Risk, Trivial Pursuit and trivia contents), screenings of numerous Star Trek movies on the pool deck, competitions, and more. Of course there will be Trivial Pursuit and trivia contests as well.

Stars of the franchise join the fun such as Marina Sirtis, Jonathan Frakes, Denise Crosby and John de Lancie from “Star Trek: The Next Generation“, Robert Picardo from “Star Trek: Voyager” and James Darren from “Deep Space Nine“.



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