When "A Jersey Lily" by Sir John Everett Millais goes missing from the Tate Museum in London, who better to help find the famous painting than the woman who posed for it. At least that was the thinking of God's personal secretary who sends Lillie Langtry back amongst us mortals. The legendary Victorian beauty soon discovers she can only communicate with a popular San Francisco radio personality and his niece who are hosting a group of listeners on a luxury cruise to Alaska. Sensing Peter Ramsey is spiritually squishy, she decides to mentor him as well. Then, of course, Lillie being Lillie, she entertains the idea of their having a shipboard romance. Further complicating the radio host's life aboard the Ocean Glamour are enough eccentric characters to fill a lifeboat. They include his former boss who is passionate about sea birds, a family from a country that prides itself on its quirkiness and, finally, an alleged Russian gangster and a crusty newspaper editor who enter a Tango contest that if posted on You Tube would go viral in seconds. Little did Peter Ramsey know that when the ship advertised an all-inclusive cruise, it was also throwing in mystery, mayhem and mischief at no additional cost.