Google+

Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor 2016 Featuring The Iron Master and the Maze Intrepid

Leave a comment

September 15, 2016 by danisdecadentdeals

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor 2014

The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor has a new spirit aboard the ship and they call him Iron Master. His story will be brought to life this year in the newest maze on the ship…Intrepid!  Dark Harbor is back once again and will begin on Thursday September 29th & continue through Halloween night on October 31st ending at 1am!  This is always one of my favorite events of the year and I cannot wait to attend. If you are there on October 14th, keep an eye out for me and say hello. I love to party it up with these crazy monsters on the ship & my favorite is always Scary Mary!  See our photos below! 🙂

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

Dani and Scary Mary 2015 – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

Dani with her pal Scary Mary in 2014 – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

Days and Hours of Operation – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor 2016

The new maze, Intrepid transports guests aboard a steaming locomotive back to the birthplace of the Golden Era of Travel –Scotland’s storied shipyard of Clydebank. Blazing down the Iron Master’s death-defying tracks, guests will bear witness on his cursed journey to save The R.M.S. Queen Mary from her predecessor’s Titanic peril. This all sounds super crazy to me and I cannot wait to check out the newest adventures aboard my most favorite haunted ship in Long Beach! 

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

The Iron Master – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor 2016

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

Dani with the Captain 2014 – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

According to the tale that has been told for years, Ivan was the ship builder and original iron forger of the Queen Mary Ship. In the early 1930s, Ivan’s shipyard was commissioned by Cunard to build the Scottish vessel. Eager to rise to the challenge, he got to business and devoted his life to finding an amazing crew and creating the ship that soon became the R.M.S. Queen Mary. The ship set sail in 1936 with Captain at the helm and unknowingly, Ivan in the hull.

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

My love and I – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor 2014

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

Dani in a maze with girl from Freak Show – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor 2015

One fateful night, a mysterious steam engine rolled into his shipyard rail station and beckoned Ivan. Before he realized it, he had boarded the deadly train and was barreling toward darkness. By the end of the dark journey, he realized he had been transformed into a terrifying creature – part metal, part monster. Over the century, his corpse decaying, Ivan was forced to replace pieces of his rotted flesh with cast iron – the same from which he forged his beloved ship. A slave to his craft in life, so too, would he become in death. Cursed for eternity as protector of the Queen Mary, Ivan is now…Iron Master.

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

Dead Horse 2015 – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

Queen Mary Ship 2014

The Queen Mary, also known as “The Grey Ghost” has been eerily hovering in the harbor and this year marks her 80th year afloat! Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor will resume for 22 nights from September 29-October 31 & will offer haunting takes from several familiar characters including the eight evil spirits that include: Iron Master, Captain, Samuel the Savage, Graceful Gale, Half-Hatch Henry, Scary Mary, Voodoo Priestess, and Ringmaster.

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

My hubby and I with a bunch of Queen Mary monsters in 2014 – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

Mazes from past years of the Dark Harbor’s Queen Mary will return, such as Circus, Lullaby, Deadrise, Soulmate, and B340. These mazes all offer glimpses into the ship’s haunted past. Some other attractions that will happen at Dark Harbor include: Hex Paintball Gallery, Panic 4-D, Sideshow, Neverland Ranch’s Sinister Swings, Voodoo House Bar & Tasting Room, R.I.P. Lounge, Big Top Bar, demonic DJ’s and other main stage mayhem and bands performing outside for lots of fun and a scary good time!

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

In a Maze aboard the haunted Queen Mary ship – Dark Harbor 2014

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

Dani with another monster in 2014 – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

General admission ticket prices start at $20 online, with Fast Fright (front of the line pass) upgrades, VIP R.I.P. Lounge access, Creepy Cabana rentals, and hotel packages available.  See my link at top of article in blue to read all of the full details about each package and what they specifically include. 🙂  Hope to see you this year at Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor as this event is one of my favorites year after year!  Be warned this event can be scary, but its super fun and the makeup and costumes totally rock!  Happy Halloween!

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

The Ringmaster 2014 – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

VooDoo Maze 2015 – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

To subscribe to my blog to get weekly deals like these and other dynamic ways to save and to live champagne dreams on a beer budget, simply scroll down & enter your email address where it says to follow blog via email. You will then receive an email asking you to confirm subscription. Simply confirm subscription and you will be subscribed. 🙂 Thank you for your time and feel free to spread the word to others that want to learn all different kinds of ways to save money on food, travel, shopping, and products:) Please feel free to like my facebook page, Dani’s Decadent Deals as well to get daily deals everyday for everything from clothing, travel, restaurants, activities, adult events and kids’ events. 🙂 Have fun saving!!! 

queen mary, dark harbor, 2016, long beach

My love and I at entrance to a maze – Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor 2015

 

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Archives

Categories

Recent Posts

%d bloggers like this: