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Maiden Voyage (2004)

R | | Action | TV Movie 19 July 2005
A security operative battles hijackers on a cruise ship.


Colin Budds


Jim Makichuk (teleplay), Ron McGee (teleplay) (as Ron Mcgee) | 1 more credit »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Casper Van Dien ... Kyle Considine
Danielle Cormack ... Lynn Fabrizio
Christopher Stollery ... Damien Morse
Anton Tennet ... Zach
Angela Marie Dotchin ... Renee Price (as Angela Dotchin)
Peter Elliott ... Trevor Denning
Paul Gittins Paul Gittins ... Curtis Price
Craig Walsh-Wrightson ... Aldous Means
John Sumner ... Captain Ed Tessler
Bruce Burfield Bruce Burfield ... Stebbins
Michael Hallows Michael Hallows ... Hans
Paul Glover ... Granger
Thomas Kiwi Thomas Kiwi ... Steve
Blair Strang Blair Strang ... Enrique
Kelson Henderson ... Keenan


A security operative battles hijackers on a cruise ship.

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violence | See all certifications »






Release Date:

19 July 2005 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

Maiden Voyage: Ocean Hijack See more »

Filming Locations:

New Zealand

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The ship used in the movie is the New Zealand Interisland Ferry Arahura, which was decommissioned in 2015. See more »

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Hey, it's that girl from that show!
1 September 2006 | by RogerBorgSee all my reviews

What a sad sight these TV stalwarts make, running out the clock on their careers stumbling about a little rusting hulk of a ship - boat might be more appropriate. The whole production feels cheap and shabby, and it's not helped by a "big name" star who is barely capable of spitting out the few lines that he's given in a credible fashion.

At no time do the supporting cast rise above the material; they're clearly watching the clock here. Bang out the scenes, get the pay cheque, go home, and try to forget all about it.

It's not particularly badly scripted or filmed; there are no real clangers, it's just utterly anodyne, and shot in a very limited number of cramped sets with a small cast of extras. The pacing is a little bizarre; an embarrassingly tentative romantic sub-plot is only begun after the main action starts, which makes it feel irrelevant.

Maiden Voyage scores a couple of points for being competently scored, and for being a fun game of "spot the Kiwi bit parters"; most of the cast are graduates of Shortland Street or Xena: Warrior Princess. The saddest thing about this production is that this film probably constitutes their big break.

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