Game of Thrones fans are being offered a luxurious new way to travel to some of the show's iconic real-world filming locations around Europe.
The 'Cruise of Thrones' launches in 2021 with itineraries that include stops in Iceland, Croatia, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Spain and Malta.
But they aren't cheap trips - packages start at just over NZ$8000, with a variety of more expensive options including the Celebrity Suite for NZ$35,000.
For that, fans of the hit fantasy series adapted from George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire novels can expect to visit these Westeros and Essos spots:
- The Wall
- King's Landing
- Jon & Ygritte's cave
- Castle Black
- The King's Road
- The Tower of Joy
- The Citadel
- The Long Bridge of Volantis
The ship itself that has been outfitted in the "medieval fantasy style of the Game of Thrones aesthetic" and customers are "invited to dress up as their favorite characters".
The cruises are being run by Dalmatian Travel & Events and use Celebrity X vessels, with as-yet unnamed celebrity guests promised.
As well as the usual onboard cruise ship attractions, Cruise of Thrones offers many Game of Thrones-themed activities including panels, discussions, podcasts, a Cosplay parade, fan art auctions and a tourney.
The Cruise of Thrones sets sail in September, 2021.