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GothCruise News

“GothCruise 14: Greetings from Ghostwood” is sailing on Royal Caribbean’s Explorer of the Seas on September 29 through October 5, 2017  from Seattle, Washington to:

  • Astoria, Oregon
  • San Francisco, California (Two Days!)
  • Victoria, British Columbia

Initial deposit is only $100 per person* for an inside cabin. Click on the button below to book your passage on the Fourteenth Voyage of the Original GothCruise!

For Reservations Call Cruises Only
Ronald “Chappy” Chapman
Phone number: 1.888.969.4768
Extension: 77308

*includes $50 per person non-refundable deposit.

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Cruise with your friends and your friends to be.

  • Exciting and Fascinating Destinations!
  • Exclusive Group Dance Parties with our own DJs!
  • Fun Onboard Events!
  • Gaming Nights!
  • Beautiful Ships!
  • Safe, Friendly and Welcoming Atmosphere!
  • Goths, Non-Goths, Freaks, Geeks, and Everyone In-Between are Welcome!
  • Booking by the #1 World-Class Professional Group Travel Agency!
  • More Exclamation Points!!!!!!!

The idea is simple: get a group of friends, invite their friends, invite like-minded people we haven’t met yet, put them all on a boat, add rum, hilarity ensues!


Greetings from Ghostwood

Gather ’round, my children. It’s story time.

Legends tell of a dark forest, deep and full of secrets.  Its name has changed over time and many tellings. Nowadays it’s known as Ghostwood. In the forest dwell mythical creatures who protect its mysteries.  One of the mysteries they guard is a town in the center of the forest inhabited by spectres and shades of the Old West. There are those who believe that the forest is evil, but I don’t believe that is true. I believe Ghostwood and its dwellers are what they are and folks are lured there by their own demons. But even so, every once in a while a message is found at the edge of the forest and all it says is,
“Greetings from Ghostwood.”  

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THE TOWN OF GHOSTWOOD (1872)

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THE EDGE OF GHOSTWOOD (TODAY)

 



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