The Golden Girls'-Themed Nostalgic Cruise Setting Sail In 2020

All aboard, Golden Girls superfans! If you like the ocean, boats and watching reruns of the beloved television show, you are totally in luck. A cruise, themed around all things Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia, is setting sail in 2020.

Next February, the five-night “Golden Girls at Sea” cruise will depart from Miami, Florida and makes stops in Key West and Cozumel before heading back. But this cruise is more than just buffets and live music, featuring activities such as a sail-away party — complete with the lady’s favorite cheesecake — a “rusty anchor” karaoke night, trivia games about the show, “Shady Pines” crafting and even bar crawl. There will even be a Golden Girls costume party as well as a dance party, Dorothy’s bingo and more.

The unfortunate thing is that it appears that none of the beloved actors who starred in the show will be present, as there are no mentioned meet-and-greets. However, we can only hope that there will at be professional look-a-likes on-board.

The event will take place February 24, 2020 - February 29, 2020 on the Celebrity Infinity ship, decked out with several dining areas, pools, jacuzzis and fitness center, in addition to a theater, circus shows, comedy clubs and dancing.

Five-night packages range from $986.69 per person for an Oceanview cabin (double occupancy) to $1181.69 for the posh Aqua Class Deluxe Oceanview Balcony. An added perk? If you book by March 5, 2019 you will also get free Classic Alcohol Package per person, $300.00 OnBoard Credit (one per cabin), Pre Paid Gratuities per person or Free Wifi per person.

The only place to book this nostalgic cruise is by visiting flipphonevents.com and contacting Cindy Levine atclevine@dreamvacations.com. Expect to wait a few days for a response, due to high demand.

If you do decide to set sail on the “Golden Girls at Sea” cruise, be sure to take lots of photos. We can’t wait to see them!

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