So what's going on onboard the Shark Week Cruise?
There won’t be autograph sessions and meet-and-greets with the stars of shark week; fins make that kinda tough. There also won’t be any live performances by any sharks, but that’s probably a good thing.
What you will get is advanced screening of this year’s Shark Week programming, which airs the week of July 24. Meaning you can totally spoil the ending for all your friends back home, or at least tease video of it on your Insta story to make everyone jealous. And if you miss Shark Week on land, it’ll be showing all summer long at sea aboard these ships.
Restaurants, elevators, and casino tables will all be done up in Shark Week regalia, so you can double down on top of a great white or enjoy your fourth plate of chicken vindaloo over the face of a hammerhead.
This kids’ areas will have all sorts of shark-related activities, including crafts programs with shark teeth jewelry and clay shark models. Kiddo’s going to look fierce AF with her face painted up to look like a mako.
For grown-ups, there’ll be shark-themed specialty cocktails like with names like Shark Attack Margarita and Great Blue Shark. Which depending on how many you have may do more damage than any encounter with an actual shark.