Disaster movies you’d love to see on a cruise or on a plane.

What are some disaster movies you’d love to see shown on a cruise or on a flight?  Be nice to hear some others besides Titanic movies.


“Ghost Ship” comes to mind.  

For an aviation one

A documentary about all those Cuban hijackings from back in the 60’s and 70’s.



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Other than the obvious like Titanic and Poseidon Misadventure possibly Under Siege. Not a passenger ship but the take over at sea is possible on a passenger ship

Another 8 days until you're heading to the Bahamas. Today it's cold here (well, California cold anyways). Bahamas sounds so great right now!

Sounds really good to us as well. Soooo looking forward to this. Leaving NY it will be cold but lounging in the thermal spa watching the view from there sounds very inviting.

I admit it -- I am a cheat. I could only think of Titanic and Poseidon (although the Jaws series may do well also) so I went to Google. The fifth hit referred me back to this page!Big Smile

If your a ww2 guy, The USS Indianapolis.

Ghost Ship for sure. That opening is unreal.

If you make it on the Ruby Princess next September may I have the first dance with you?

Why of course LOL

I should have included YouTube videos. Watched the sinking of the cruise ship "Oceanos", 1991. Captain and officers jumped ship as soon as they could. Cruise staff had to organize the rescue operations and everyone was saved. It was one of the entertainers that made the MayDay call.

(Everyone was saved.)

You guys are all crazy Wink, I only want nice, happy movies to be shown when I'm on vacation. Big Smile


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