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No whales or Klingons will be harmed during Star Trek: The Cruise

"This is the President of the United Federation of Planets. Do not approach the Earth. The transmissions from a Star Trek cruise ship are causing an acute shortage of sci-fi nerds to this planet. The makeup required for the Borg costumes alone has almost totally ionized our atmosphere. All power sources have failed. All competing cruise ships are powerless. Further communications may not be possible. Save your energy."

The rumors are true. The first-ever officially sanctioned Star Trek cruise is coming. Star Trek: The Cruise will be a six-night cruise in January 2017 featuring your host, Capt. James T. Kirk himself, actor William Shatner.

Islands.com reports that other Trek actors already confirmed include Jonathan Frakes ("Commander Riker" from The Next Generation), John de Lancie ("Q"), Marina Sirtis ("Counselor Deanna Troi") and Robert Picardo ("The Doctor" on Star Trek: Voyager).

Entertainment Cruise Productions, which is also producing The '80s Cruise, is in charge of Star Trek: The Cruise. Authorized by CBS Consumer Products. The cruise commemorates the original TV series' 50th anniversary.

It sets sail on the Norwegian Pearl from Miami on Jan. 7, 2017 and includes stops in Cozumel (Mexico) and two ports in the Bahamas (Great Stirrup Cay and Nassau). Go to Islands.com for more details or visit the cruise's official website.

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