It takes a big rig to carry dinosaurs around, or so we'd imagine. So it makes sense that the producers of "Jurassic World" procured an enormous boat for use on the film's Oahu set.
OK, so we don't know whether dinosaurs will actually be ferried around, but we do know that Reel Tours Hawaii, an Oahu-based group that obsessively tracks films shooting on the island, caught some pics of a boat souped up with the "Jurassic World" logo.
Prior to this, we've only seen official stills of Bryce Dallas Howard giving A Look, a bashed-in truck and a director's chair overlooking a Hawaiian landscape. Bring on the boats!
The crew applied "Jurassic World" logos to the boat and temporarily labeled it "Isla Nublar," the name for the island that Jurassic Park was to have been built on, during filming. We assume that the boat, which is apparently a dinner cruise ship in its non-movie life, is being filmed as a ferry to the island in the flick. As you can see in the bottom-most photo, the crew took pains to drape the logo and name, but it can't be covered all the time. Check out the pics, from Reel Tours Hawaii, below.
"Jurassic World," starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, and directed by Colin Trevorrow, is set to hit theaters June 12, 2015.