September 17, 2019

More Zombies…Tampa’s Nautical Halloween Event Is Back!


UNDead in the Water is Tampa’s only authentic nautical haunted attraction. Traverse multiple decks of this historic WWII cargo ship armed only with a blacklight flashlight. Avoid being eaten by the infected zombie stowaways as the merciless Ripper Squad do what they were trained to do, SEARCH AND DESTROY! The attraction opens October 4th and runs through November 2nd on Friday and Saturday nights, plus Halloween.


UNDead in the Water will take place aboard the American Victory Ship located at 705 Channelside Drive, Tampa, FL, behind The Florida Aquarium. Hours for all event nights are from 8pm to 11pm, and include Friday, October 4; Saturday, October 5; Friday, October 11; Saturday, October 12; Friday, October 18; Saturday, October 19; Friday, October 25; Saturday, October 26, Thursday, October 31; Friday, November 1; and Saturday November 2.

PRICE: $15/adults; $13/military, veterans and first responders. To purchase tickets, visit https://bit.ly/2EJHVDX and for more information, visit www.undeadinthewater.com or call 813-228-8766.

Joining the American Victory team in production for UNDead in the Water are CineView Studios, Practical Imagination, and Scott Swenson Creative Development. All funds raised from UNDead in the Water benefit the restoration and operations of the American Victory Ship and Museum, a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

About the American Victory Ship and Museum:
Built in 1945, the SS American Victory voyaged around the world delivering crucial cargo during World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Today, the ship is one of only four operational World War II merchant steamships in the U.S. The SS American Victory provides daily educational tours, serves as a training site for firefighters, law enforcement officers, active and reserve military and working dogs, hosts special events, and benefits from memberships, donations and corporate sponsorships.

Since the SS American Victory arrived in Tampa in September 1999, dedicated volunteers have invested over 1,000,000 hours to restore, maintain and operate the vessel. The American Victory Ship and Museum receives no city, state, federal or tax dollar financial support. It relies heavily on private donations, grassroots efforts, and sincere dedicationfrom its group of committed volunteers. The American Victory Ship and Museum is a nonprofit 501c3 organization and recognized in the National Register of Historic Places. The ship is located in the Water Street District, directly behind The
Florida Aquarium.

For more information, please visit www.americanvictory.org

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