Go to very distant lands on the first-ever Cartoon Network cruise for people who are yearning to relive the toons of their youth or people who have kids currently obsessed with the channel.
Inspired by iconic shows such as Adventure Time, Powerpuff Girls, and Ben 10, Cartoon Network Wave is the first cruise liner to receive the “full Cartoon Network transformation”, according to a press release by cruise management firm Oceanic Group and media company Turner Asia Pacific, which distributes the network in the region.
You won’t have to wait too long for the ship to become a reality either. Plans are in the pipeline for the 11-deck cruise liner, which will be docked at the Singapore Cruise Centre, to set sail on its maiden voyage in late 2018. Countries like Thailand, Malaysia, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, and Australia can expect stopovers, as the ship travels to 13 destinations in the region.
With a capacity for 2,000 guests across 800 cabins and suites — including two triplex (three-storey) suites — the massive ship will feature familiar scenes from Omniverse, Townsville, the Bear Den, and the Land of Ooo, including attractions such as a Johnny Bravo-themed alfresco burger bar, a Toonix play hub, and a rope adventure park.
Glimpse a preview below.
Dates and route itineraries have yet to be confirmed, but prices will start at US$150 (S$200) per night.
Now we await the (hopeful) arrival of Disney Cruise Line with fingers crossed.
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