Monthly Archives: October 2016

Haunted Ghost Ship on the Spirit of Chicago Halloween Cruise

Haunted Ghost Ship aboard the Spirit of Chicago

If you’re looking for a fun and spooky event to get in the spirit of Halloween, check out The Haunted Ghost Ship aboard the Spirit of the Chicago, a Halloween cruise taking place the night of Saturday, October 29. Starting at 11:15pm and lasting until 2:15am, this 21-and-up cruise is the perfect way to celebrate on Halloween weekend.

Head down to 600 East Grand Avenue in Chicago on the evening of the 29th and spend the night dancing to the music of one of the city’s best DJs, get drinks from the full-service bar, and appreciate the costumes of your fellow attendees.

The cruise sets sail from Navy Pier at midnight, providing guests with an incredible view of Lake Michigan and the sparkling Chicago skyline at night. Taking a nighttime cruise on Halloween surrounded by people in creepy costumes will make you feel like you’re on board the Flying Dutchman!

The Haunted Ghost Ship cruise is highly rated and one of the biggest Halloween events in Chicago, so you don’t want to miss it! Get your tickets while you can. Tickets range from $20 for a single person to over $100 for priority boarding. They will be on sale up until the day of the event or until they sell out.

More Volkswagen Electric Cars Are Coming- And That’s A Great Thing

Volkswagen electric cars

VW recently signed a deal with Chinese automaker Anhui Jianghuai Automobile in order to produce more Volkswagen electric cars that will be made available internationally. At the moment VW only has the e-Golf, an electric hatchback version of its Golf model.

Anhui Jianghuai isn’t popular outside of China, but it has met great success this year between its two brands, Jianghuai and Ankai, selling 333,639 units in the first six months of the year. China is pressuring its automakers to produce more electric and low-emission cars because of high pollution rates.

VW has recently indicated that it is going to move more toward battery-powered cars, saying that the VW group, including brands Porsche and Audi in addition to Volkswagen, plans to introduce 30 fully electric cars in the next ten years.

China also hopes to become an electric car leader, and both VW and Anhui Jianghuai agree their partnership will be mutually beneficial in helping them develop more electric and low-emission vehicles, reducing impact on the environment, and supporting Chinese society.

The chairman of Anhui Jianghuai says their company wants to focus on developing vehicles that are both ecofriendly and cost effective and eventually wants to transform the Chinese auto industry.