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Sail to the Valley of the Kings –
August 27 @ 6:15 pm
One event on August 27, 2022 at 6:15 pm
One event on August 28, 2022 at 2:00 pm
One event on September 2, 2022 at 6:15 pm
One event on September 3, 2022 at 6:15 pm
Purple Door Productions is calling all murder mystery sleuths! Grab your friends, choose your favorite cruise attire and close out the summer with your own “cruise staycation”, as PDP converts its studio theatre into a cruise liner’s main dining salon. Come aboard the The Ramses II for a one night cruise down the Nile River to see the archaeological find of the century, a secret tomb of an unknown Egyptian Pharoah, pulled from the desert sands! Be the first to view this fabulous treasure discovered by world renown Archaeologist, Professor Dobson. This is a cruise to die for! (literally).
August 26-27th and Sept 2 and 3rd boarding will begin at 6:15pm. The Ramses’ crew and the Professor will welcome everyone into the Osiris Halle for a cocktail/appetizer time, featuring international beer/wine selections. Passengers will be seated in Cleopatra’s Salon for a sumptuous Mediterranean dinner of lamb or chicken followed by a thrilling show featuring guest concert vocalists. Be vigilant, there is danger connected with any Pharoah’s tomb and you will want to keep track of clues. This incredible cruise will end with decadent desserts before returning to port.
August 28th, boarding will begin at 2:00pm for a special brunch sailing. The archaeologist and crew will welcome everyone with themed drinks and treats. A delightful Mediterranean lunch will be served in the Cleopatra salon, followed by this thrilling who-done-it and concert vocalist. Delectable desserts will be served as the ship returns to port.
The price for each cruise, inclusive, is $30/person or $55/couple. Do not miss out on your chance to sail to the Valley of the Kings! Choose your sailing and purchase your tickets now for reserved seating at www.eventbrite.com (a cruise to die for, Lumberton). Prof. Dobson demands each sailing be limited to ensure the protection of the treasures………and for the safety of the passengers.