What You Need To Know About The All-New Cartoon Network Wave!

If you’re a fan of Cartoon Network‘s cartoon characters, this is one cruise you cannot miss! Soon, you’ll be able to set sail on a fully-branded Cartoon Network cruise ship called Cartoon Network Wave from Singapore in late 2018!

Set to make it’s maiden voyage from its home port in Singapore in late 2018, the Cartoon Network Wave cruise liner is inspired by Cartoon Network’s universe of well-loved characters from iconic shows such as Adventure Time, Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears and Ben 10.

Cartoon Network WaveArtist impression of Cartoon Network Wave. All illustrations are subject to change without prior notice.

Passengers can immerse themselves in a “Tooniverse”, thanks to the multiple experiential elements developed to create a powerful impact; from room décor to themed cafes and restaurants to interactive fun-filled activities.

While onboard, you can expect 11 decks of shopping, relaxing, partying and excitement with a variety of leisure and entertainment options. There are nine restaurants, pubs and bars that will offer a sumptuous spread of gastronomic delights infused with iconic Cartoon Network elements that are sure to tantalise your palate!

The facade of Cartoon Network Wave will feature Jake the Dog as the titular character spanning across the cruise facade.

Cartoon Network WaveArtist impression of Cartoon Network Wave. All illustrations are subject to change without prior notice.

Things to look forward to include:

1. Fully-Themed Cabins & the World’s First Triplex Suites in a Cruise Ship!

The Cartoon Network Wave cruise liner has 800 fully-themed cabins in an array of styles that will delight any Toon fan. There are four types of rooms available, including the world’s first Triplex Suites.

Spanning across two bedrooms, each Triplex Suite comes with a Jacuzzi, a family lounge, and a fun play corner that doubles up as a third sleeping area. Only two of such suites are available! That yellow tube in the picture below is a slide! Yes, a slide for kids to go down a level!

Cartoon Network WaveArtist impression of the kids area in Cartoon Network Wave’s Triplex Suite. All illustrations are subject to change without prior notice.

2. Toonix Play & Learn Hub

The Toonix Play & Learn Hub is a Toonix-themed hub which features indoor and outdoor spaces for kids aged 4 to 12. You can expect to be thoroughly entertained by the myriad of happenings taking place at Young Tooniverse.

What you see below is the Toonix Pool outdoor water play area!

Cartoon Network WaveArtist impression of the Toonix Pool on Cartoon Network Wave. All illustrations are subject to change without prior notice.

3. Rope Adventure Park

Kids would LOVE this rope adventure park which will see them navigating a Jake and Finn themed rope course. Definitely a great way to drain their energy and keep them entertained!

Cartoon Network WaveArtist impression of Rope Adventure Park on Cartoon Network Wave. All illustrations are subject to change without prior notice.

4. Night Glow Party

From retro nights to circus shows to foam parties, groove with The Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears, Teen Titans, and many more at its thematic Night Glow Parties.

5. Bravo’s Place

Score a date with Johnny Bravo in this classic American Diner and enjoy traditional American fare.

All of this sounds like a pretty exciting new vacation experience! Whether’s it’s for the young or the young at heart, the Cartoon Network Wave cruise liner is going to be one cruise definitely worth looking forward to.

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Cartoon Network Wave will homeport at the Singapore Cruise Centre and sail to 13 destinations in the Asia Pacific region including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Australia and Japan.

Dates and itineraries for its routes around Asia Pacific will be announced in the coming months on the Cartoon Network Wave website, and prices start at US$150 (S$200) a night.

Stay tuned! :)

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