This fun production satirises Agatha Christie type murder mysteries, The Love Boat and even Titanic (an iceberg does appear at the end).
It starts with the passengers arriving for a two week trip. There is the usual collection of wealthy, high-society passengers but some look a little unusual; there is a cowboy from Montana who appears to be speaking with a broad (but terrible) French accent, a flashy used car salesman and a musician who looks and talks like a member of the mafia. There is also a film star wearing a large, highly-valuable necklace. Luckily, also on the ship is professor Alastair Kenworthy, the worlds greatest private detective.
Almost as soon as the cruise is under way a passenger is murdered and Kenworthy is called in to investigate. Unfortunately, his reputation proves to be somewhat exaggerated and soon other passengers are being murdered, one by one, or three at a time in one case.
Eventually, the case is solved and the guilty party locked up. We leave the crew and passengers heading towards what they think is land, but is in fact the iceberg.
This is an extremely professional production, well-written and very funny, with not a dull moment. The acting and singing is excellent throughout. Highly recommended.