Star Trek: The Cruise presents Voyager Documentary Live Q&A Event

Photo: Star Trek: Voyager 25th Anniversary Special.. Image Courtesy Titan Comics
Photo: Star Trek: Voyager 25th Anniversary Special.. Image Courtesy Titan Comics /

All eyes have been on the Star Trek: Voyager Documentary Indiegogo campaign as it became the most successful documentary in Indiegogo history. As of this writing, the campaign is at $746,275.00 with fifteen days remaining. As I’ve mentioned before, there are a plethora of amazing perks to snag if you’re still interested in supporting the Voyager crew and 455 Films which is producing the documentary. And that’s not all!

On March 18th, Star Trek: The Cruise will present a Live Q&A event with the production team behind the documentary, and never-before-seen clips from the film will be debuted. Garrett Wang (Ensign Harry Kim) will be hosting the event with Dave Zappone (co-director/producer), Joe Kornbolt (Producer/editor), Kevin Layne (co-director/producer/dop), and Lollita Fatjo (producer/talent coordinator). The Q&A will take place virtually on both Facebook and Youtube. This is your chance to get those burning questions you have about the documentary answered.

Here are the necessary details to attend the event:

March 18, 2021

8:00pm ET / 5:00pm PT

Where:  Star Trek: The Cruise ( and Star Trek: The Cruise – YouTube

And in case you didn’t know, the next Star Trek: The Cruise sets sail February 26 through March 5, 2022 on Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas from Port Canaveral to Nassau, San Juan and St. Maarten. So far, these celebrities will be on the cruise with you: George Takei, Walter Koenig,  Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, Gates McFadden, Denise Crosby, John de Lancie, Terry Farrell,  Alexander Siddig, Chase Masterson, Nana Visitor, Max Grodénchik, Robert Picardo, Ethan Phillips,  Garrett Wang, John Billingsley, Connor Trinneer, Anthony Montgomery, and Anthony Rapp.

But take note! Even though the cruise is almost a year away, it is 99% sold out, and there are only a limited number of cabins still available in one category. So if this is the cruise you want to take, now is the time to book!

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