Cartoon Network Wave Cruise Ship To Set Sail In Asia Late 2018

oon Network Wave Cruise Ship To Set Sail In Asia Late 2018

Cartoon Network Wave Cruise Ship To Set Sail In Asia Late 2018

Today (15/01/2018) Turner Asia-Pacific and Singapore-based luxury cruise line management company – Oceanic Group have announced that they have partnered up to offer the world’s first ever Cartoon Network-themed cruise ship – Cartoon Network Wave. For the first time ever, some of the world’s most famous cartoon characters will be setting sail on their very own cruise ship. The ship will set off on its maiden voyage from its home port of Singapore in late 2018.

Cartoon Network Wave will have 11 guest-decks, with an on-board capacity of around 2,000 guests and will feature the world’s first triplex cabins on a cruise ship. the ship will be an enjoyable experience for families with young children and cartoon fans everywhere, offering the feeling of an ocean voyage adventure with their favourite characters. Different sections of the ship will be themed after a wide selection of the channel’s most iconic shows, including Adventure Time, Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls and We Bare Bears. During a cruise on Cartoon Network Wave, guests will get to enjoy a wide choice of entertainment (outdoor deck party area and Toonix Play and Learn area), recreational activities and themed retail and restaurant areas. The ship will have a character filled livery with Adventure Time’s Jake covering the ship’s bow.

Cartoon Network Wave will be sailing to thirteen popular destinations in the Asia-Pacific region, including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Australia and Japan. Dates and itineraries for the ship’s routes will be announced later this year. Online booking will be available on the newly launched Cartoon Network Wave website (http://www.cartoonnetworkwave.com) very soon.

Previously, Cartoon Network has licensed out its branding to other forms of transportation, this includes working with airlines such as Thai Smile to promote the Cartoon Network Amazone waterpark in Thailand, with Azul Airlines in Brazil for Powerpuff Girls themed planes and also CN themed trains in Taiwan.

From The Turner Asia-Pacific Press Release: Cartoon Network-branded Cruise Ship to Set Sail in Late 2018: Turner and Singapore-based Oceanic Group announce Cartoon Network Wave – a fully-themed cruise ship – as part of a historic collaboration

For the first time, some of the world’s most famous cartoon characters will set sail on their very own cruise liner, Cartoon Network Wave. This fully-branded ship is the result of a partnership between Oceanic Group, Asia-Pacific’s leading cruise management company and Turner, the global media giant behind Cartoon Network.

Set to make its maiden voyage from its home port of Singapore in late 2018, the 11 guest-deck, 2,000-guest Cartoon Network Wave will be one vast haven for toon-loving travellers. With the ocean as a backdrop, families will enjoy the world’s first immersive Toon vacation at sea, and an adventure with their favourite Cartoon Network stars.

While there are many existing projects by Turner’s location-based entertainment team including Cartoon Network-branded restaurants, theme parks, waterparks around the world – and even planes and trains – this is the first time anywhere that a cruise liner has undergone a full Cartoon Network transformation.

The theming and entire onboard experience of Cartoon Network Wave is inspired by Cartoon Network’s universe of well-loved characters from iconic shows such as Adventure Time, Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls and We Bare Bears. This includes a variety of diverse entertainment, activity and recreation features, as well as retail and food and beverage options.

Cartoon Network Wave will be docked at the Singapore Cruise Centre and will sail to 13 popular 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.

Bringing to life the world’s first Cartoon-Network themed cruise

Oceanic Group formalised its partnership with Turner in a signing ceremony this morning in Singapore, marking the official launch of Cartoon Network Wave, the world’s first Cartoon Network-themed cruise and Singapore’s first homegrown contemporary cruise product.

Oceanic Group’s Chief Executive Mr Daniel Chui said the partnership represents the company’s commitment to capitalise on Asia’s growing cruise travel market. “A homegrown cruise project, Cartoon Network Wave heralds the start of a new vacation experience for cruise-goers in Asia where cruise travel meets personalised journeys through experiential story-telling. With Singapore’s position as a cruise hub in Asia, we believe it is only fitting that we dive right in and ride the surging tide of this passenger cruise wave.”

“Cartoon Network Wave will revolutionise cruise travel in the Asia-Pacific region and create and curate new cruise experiences for holiday makers, cruise goers and generations of pop culture fans,” added Mr Chui.

“Turner is always looking at new ways to bring our characters to life – and Cartoon Network Wave will be their home on the high seas. The ship has remarkable potential to offer our existing fans a truly unique immersive experience, as well as create new ones. We couldn’t be more excited by the partnership with Oceanic Group in jointly creating a world first,” said Mr Ricky Ow, President of Turner Asia Pacific.

“The debut of Cartoon Network Wave as a new homegrown cruise product is testament to the vitality of Singapore as Southeast Asia’s leading cruise hub. It will also augment Singapore’s appeal as a top family destination by adding to the diversity of Singapore’s line-up of offerings. We look forward to more family visitors coming from the region with Cartoon Network Wave’s exciting deployment here,” said Mr Yap Chin Siang, Assistant Chief Executive (Policy & Planning Group), Singapore Tourism Board.

Online bookings

Online bookings for Cartoon Network Wave will start later in the year. More details on the booking dates and itineraries will be released on the Cartoon Network Wave website (http://www.cartoonnetworkwave.com). Fans can also subscribe to Cartoon Network Wave’s soon-to-be launched Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates.

About Oceanic Group

A leader in the Asia Pacific cruise and leisure industry, Oceanic Group was established in 2009 with a mission to provide vacationers with unrivalled cruise and leisure experiences. Backed by a wealth of management and consulting experiences for cruise projects as well as floating homes and residential communities across Asia Pacific, Oceanic Group prides itself on its trademark ingenuity to provide specialised and innovative products and services.

Oceanic Group recently expanded its portfolio to include lifestyle thematic cruise projects that appeal to all generations of travellers. Adults and children alike will find themselves immersed in an onboard experience where each and every detail of the cruise is inspired by their favourite cartoon characters. With much to see, do and enjoy onboard, passengers are promised a cruising experience of a lifetime.

Oceanic Group is a member of the Singapore Compact and a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact.

http://www.turner.com/pressroom/cartoon-network-branded-cruise-ship-set-sail-late-2018

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific Acquires Broadcasting Rights For New Mr Magoo Animated Series

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific Acquires Broadcasting Rights For New Mr Magoo Animated Series

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific Acquires Broadcasting Rights For New Mr Magoo Animated Series

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific has acquired the broadcasting rights for the brand new Mr Magoo animated series. Mr. Magoo will air on Cartoon Network feeds in Southeast Asia, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Australia and India in 2018. The new series follows the adventures of Mister Magoo, a friendly elderly man who often gets into all-sorts of mishaps due to his poor eyesight and mistakes what he sees. A disaster is waiting to happen every time he loses his glasses, although he’s oblivious to what’s actually happening, he often escapes unharmed. The classic cartoon character already had several TV series and specials and even a live-action comedy movie which was released in 1997. The brand new series is made by French animation studio – Xilam, known for producing animated series such as Oggy and the Cockroaches and Zig & Sharko.

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific will air a total of 78 episodes each with a runtime of seven minutes. Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific has already acquired the broadcasting rights for seasons six and seven of Oggy and the Cockroaches which will also air on Cartoon Network in the Asia-Pacific region next year.

http://www.televisionpost.com/television/cn-asia-acquires-mr-magoo-rights-from-xilam-for-multiple-markets-including-india/

http://www.animationmagazine.net/tv/mr-magoo-arrives-in-asia/

http://www.xilam.com/portfolio/mr-magoo/?lang=en

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific Chooses Winner For Powerpuff Girls Fashion Competition In Taiwan

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific Chooses Winner For Powerpuff Girls Fashion Competition In Taiwan

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific Chooses Winner For Powerpuff Girls Fashion Competition In Taiwan

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific and Taiwan-based retailer RockCoco has chosen a winner in a fashion competition which was held in Taipei, Taiwan. The special event was the finale of the Project X Fashion design competition, which was a campaign that was started by Cartoon Network in June this year. For the campaign, fans designed and submitted their ideas for clothing inspired by Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls.

The competition entries received a total of 45,000 votes, 10 finalists got to show off their designs in the Project X Fashion Show. Judges then chose the winner of the competition and Eli Lin won the competition with a cartoon-strip style design. The winning design’s vest has bright colours representing The Powerpuff Girls’ youth and vitality and the trousers were inspired by the show’s villains including Mojo Jojo. Eli’s design will be featured alongside RockCoco’s “Girl Power” collection for Autumn/Winter 2017 and will be sold as a limited-edition piece across the Greater China region.

The Powerpuff Girls Winning Design
Eli Lin’s Winning Powerpuff Girls Clothes Design

Lately, there has been a lot of Powerpuff Girls related events happening in Taiwan, a two-month Powerpuff Girls interactive exhibition was held in National Taiwan Science Education Centre in Taipei. There’s also a Powerpuff Girls themed pop-up store selling bespoke merchandise that has travelled from Taipei to Taichung, and a pop-up café has been operating at Eslite Xinyi in downtown Taipei since July this year.

From The Turner Asia-Pacific Press Release: The Powerpuff Girls Inspire Taiwan Fashion Designers: Cartoon Network and retailer RockCoco select winner in Project X event; design to be sold across Greater China.

Turner’s Cartoon Network and retailer RockCoco have selected a winner in a fashion competition staged recently in Taipei.

The event marked the finale of the Project X Fashion design competition, a Cartoon Network campaign that began back in June by asking fans to design and submit ideas and sketches for garments inspired by the global hit animation The Powerpuff Girls.

The entries received an impressive 45,000 votes with 10 finalists showing off their designs in the Project X Fashion Show. Judges then picked the winner – Eli Lin, who took a cartoon-strip approach for her design.

“The Powerpuff Girls is a cartoon I have been watching since I was very young and I’m really happy to win,” Eli said. Her design will now be unveiled alongside RockCoco’s “Girl Power” collection for Autumn/Winter 2017 and will be sold as a limited-edition piece across the Greater China region.

Clement Schwebig, Turner’s head of licensing for Asia Pacific, commented on the event saying: “The strength of The Powerpuff Girls brand has never been stronger and RockCoco’s designs for the upcoming season look awesome. The trio of Bubbles, Blossom and Buttercup – created using Chemical X – have providing amazing inspiration for this competition and the winner should be commended on her use of Cartoon Network’s colourful world of characters.”

This has been a busy summer for the Girls on the island. A two-month interactive exhibition, where fans explored the world of Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, was held in National Taiwan Science Education Centre in Taipei. A themed pop-up store selling bespoke Powerpuff Girls merchandise has also travelled from Taipei to Taichung, and a pop-up café has been operating at Eslite Xinyi in downtown Taipei since July.

http://www.cartoonnetwork.com.tw

http://www.cartoonnetworkasia.com