QM’s Dark Harbor 2017 Serves Up New Ship Maze ‘Feast,’ Get Tix Now!


Halloween season is upon us and if you’re getting that sinking feeling that you’re gonna miss out on something big then obviously you haven’t purchased your tickets to this year’s Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor event, featuring the launch of an all-new fourth ship maze! Fortunately, you haven’t missed the boat.

Running select nights from Sept. 28 through Nov. 1 at the historic Queen Mary in Long Beach, Dark Harbor 2017 unleashes seven maddening mazes, hundreds of ghouls, monsters, and sea-faring creeps, immersive attractions, live undead entertainment, tasty slop, and intoxicating spirits (yes, we mean booze!).

Feast is this year’s new maze and it marks the fourth on board the Queen Mary vessel. This is mind-blowing news as the ship’s mazes are unparalleled in eeriness with the uncanny ability to scare and disturb without the aid of hellish creatures – though they appear as well, those sick paranormal pranksters!

Feast tells the tale of Chef, a culinary genius at serving up WWII soldiers as flavorful delicacies, burnt alive in his own oven upon discovery from the ship’s crew. Not one to let a bad review torpedo his career, the Chef returns from the dead with new fish to fry. Feast joins Lullaby, Soulmate, and B340 as the ship mazes, taking guests deep into the engine rooms, corridors, and galleys.

The docks will see more intensified versions of returning mazes Intrepid, Circus Big Top Terror, and Deadrise – an intricate maze so well crafted and long (and wet) it’s easy to get sucked into its story and believe it is a sunken World War II escort ship haunted by drowned mariners and their fearsome Captain.

Tickets – including online deals – are available now and can be purchased at the Dark Harbor website. Check out our reviews for Dark Harbor: 2016, 2014, and 2013.

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