Good news to all the fans of Cartoon Network. In a partnership between Oceanic Group and Turner Broadcasting, Cartoon Network will have its first cruise liner named Cartoon Network Wave. It is the world’s first fully-themed cruise ship. The Oceanic Group is the leading cruise management company in the Asia-Pacific region while Turner Broadcasting is the mother company of CNN and Cartoon Network. Singapore will be the home port of Cartoon Network Wave and its maiden voyage is scheduled in late 2018.
The cruise ship will have 11 decks and 2,000 guest capacity. This includes two of the world’s first triplex suites. It will sail in 13 destinations in the Asia-Pacific region. Some of these countries are Singapore, Japan, Thailand, China, South Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan and Australia.
Cartoon Network Wave is predominantly bedecked with the images of Jake the Dog, the star of Adventure Time.
The ships’ 800 cabins and suites as well as their many restaurants, cafes, bars and other amenities are inspired by the popular shows of Cartoon Network like Adventure Time, Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls and We Bare Bears among others. Its 11 entertainment decks will host themed nights which will include circus shows and parties with The Powerpuff Girls. It will likewise provide a vast variety of entertainment, activities, recreation, shopping, food and beverages.
Here is a preview:
All images of Cartoon Network Wave featured in this blog are artist impressions and can change without prior notice. Credit the pictures to CNN.
Prices begin at US$150 a night. Dates and itineraries for the ship’s routes around the Asia-Pacific region will be announced in the coming months. Online bookings will be available later. For updates, subscribe to the website site of Cartoon Network Wave at
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Daniel Chiu, chief executive of the Oceanic Group said: “Cartoon Network Wave will revolutionize cruise travel in the Asia-Pacific region and create and curate new cruise experiences for holiday makers, cruise goers and generations of pop culture fans”.