William Shatner: "You're more than a passenger. You're part of the crew."
Star Trek The Cruise IV
Beam Up With Captain Kirk!
Shatner on the 2020 Voyage:
'A Star Trek Experience Like No Other'

When the Captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise and the first celebrity captain of Star Trek: The Cruise wants to return for a second voyage, you know you've created an extraordinary experience.

"The guests were wonderful on the cruise," said Shatner of his maiden voyage in 2017. "Star Trek is a phenomena. There has never been anything like it in show business. To be part of that uniqueness is awesome," Shatner wrote to Star Trek: The Cruise after accepting his 2020 mission orders.

He also revealed to the Engage newsletter that he is an incredible chef. "I make the greatest steaks, ribs and barbecue," Shatner said. Is that, perhaps, a sneak peek at what is in store on Star Trek: The Cruise IV?

You have to wait until March 2020 to find that out, but you don't have to wait any longer to hear from the legendary actor who will forever be known as Captain James T. Kirk. Shatner transmitted a video message to be shared with the Star Trek universe right now!
Top memories from the 2019 Voyage!
An Epic 2019 Voyage Sets the Stage for 2020
By Jordan Hoffman

Only the number of stars in the night sky can match the sheer amount of awesome things one can do on Star Trek: The Cruise. (And one of those things is to go outside at night, find a quiet corner, and try to count the number of stars in the night sky!)

As a hardcore Trekkie that has lucked into being your host for many of the panels, my personal cruising experience is a unique one. I get a front row seat as your fan representative when moderating talks with the celebrity crew. It's a thrill and an honor to work as an interlocutor, getting your questions to our Starfleet heroes all the while hoping they'll tell some new stories from days of yore. I also love leading the bar-side trivia sessions. No matter how tough I make the final round, someone always comes in with the answer.

But in my "off-hours" (which isn't to suggest that my "on-hours" are anything resembling work) I have time to poke my head in on the other programs. My schedule often prevents me from seeing the evening's Main Show, but the daytime and late-night gigs are fantastic in their own right.

Click here for my Top 3 memories from Star Trek: The Cruise III.
Get Out of the 'Cold' With Star Trek Trivia
Most of us must still wait a few weeks until warmer weather springs upon us for good. It's not quite as frigid as the dark void of space, but it's close. As we dream of future Caribbean cruises, test yourself with some chilly Star Trek trivia:

1. What is the name of the icy Klingon prison planetoid?

A – Delta Vega
B – Rura Penthe
C – Praxis
D – Kronos XII

2. Which crew member is trapped in the cold after a transporter mishap splits Captain Kirk into two people?

A – Uhura
B – Spock
C – McCoy
D – Sulu

3. What caused the Engineering crew of the SS Tsiolkovsky to freeze to death?

A – Madness from Psi Polywater Intoxication
B – Anti-matter leak
C – Warp Core breach
D – Isolinear rod fusion

4. In the Enterprise episode "Regeneration" what alien species is it implied to be in Earth's Arctic Circle?

A – The Gorn
B – The Talaxians
C – The Borg
D – The Kazon-Nistrim

5. What is the name of Mr. Atoz's device that sends Spock and Bones into an ancient blizzard?

A – The Atavachron
B – The Tantalus Device
C – Project Genesis
D – The Andromeda Strain

ANSWERS: The cold hard truth can be found at the bottom of the newsletter.
The Waitlist Is Your Portal to 2020
Star Trek: The Cruise IV hits the high seas in 347 days and the Voyage is already SOLD OUT.

If you are still interested in joining us, don't be discouraged from joining the Waitlist. Cancellations will happen and those on the Waitlist will be contacted first.
Trivia Answers: 1-B, 2-D, 3-A, 4-C, 5-A.
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