A cruise ship or cruise liner was a type of passenger ship used for pleasure voyages. Ships at sea were often called ocean liners, while those in space were sometimes called space liners.

Cruise ships at sea Edit

In the 1890s, George Litefoot and Henry Gordon Jago travelled on the cruise ship Fata Morgana. (AUDIO: The Flying Frenchmen, The Devil's Dicemen, Island of Death. Return of the Nightmare) The RMS Titanic and the RMS Lusitania were ocean liners on Earth in the 1910s. (TV: Robot, AUDIO: The Sirens of Time) The Queen Mary was an ocean liner in the mid-20th century. (PROSE: Ghost Ship) The SS Elysium was a cruise ship in the early 21st century. (PROSE: Iceberg) On 16 August 2017, a holiday liner sank. (TV: The Enemy of the World) In the 22nd century, cruise ships sailed the seas of Mars, one of which was hired by Alvar Chambers. (COMIC: The Cruel Sea)

Cruise ships in space Edit

The Titanic and the Excelsis were alien cruise liners in the early 21st century. (TV: Voyage of the Damned, COMIC: The Eye of Ashaya) The Empress was an cruise liner in the early 22nd century. (TV: Nightmare of Eden) In 2540, Stewart wanted a job on a luxury space liner, like one on the Mars-Venus cruise. (TV: Frontier in Space) The Titanian Queen was a cruise ship in the late 26th century. (PROSE: Ship of Fools) The Hyperion III was an an intergalactic cruise liner in the late 30th century. (TV: Terror of the Vervoids) The Harmony and Redemption was a cruise ship in the 54th century that catered exclusively to wealthy mass murderers. (TV: The Husbands of River Song) One cruise liner was repurposed as a transport for victims of Lazar's disease to Terminus. (TV: Terminus)

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