Cruise ship

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 | edit source]

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 | edit source]

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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