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Vamps at Sea – Finally a Cruise That Sucks in a Good Way

Posted on the 25 August 2011 by Thevault @The_Vault

Vampire fans from around the world will converge upon Alaska next June for Vamps At Sea: a Vampire Convention at Sea – June 23-30, 2012.

Vamps at Sea – Finally a Cruise That Sucks in a Good Way

Special guests include Dracula author Bram Stoker’s great grand-nephew, Dacre Stoker, author of Dracula The Undead the sequel to Dracula: Bram’s relation will present powerful new insight into Dracula and the vampire mystique that has been sinking its teeth into vampire fans worldwide for nearly 100 years. Joining Dacre will be PhD candidate and vampire scholar John Edgar Browning. John’s expertise is vampires in film, television and literature. He will be hosting a vampire film festival on board and his presentations will feature his research on “Real Vampires in New Orleans.”

A Vampire Ball; Scareoke Party; Costume Contest; Auction for Charity (proceeds going to the Blood Donor division of the American Red Cross); Team Trivia Contest; Vendors Room; and a weeklong Scavenger Hunt rounds out the weeks activities.

Holland America’s Zuiderdam will visit the classically beautiful ports of Juneau, Glacier Bay, Skagway and Ketchikan. Events will only take place when the ship is at sea…never during port times.

This is a private event and must be booked through Cruises Cruises Cruises, Inc. Cruise fares start at $1060 per person, based on double occupancy. Vamps Event Fee is $150.

For more information visit: VampsAtSea. com

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