Enter Kathryn Hahn‘s Erika, the captain of this ship who Dracula instantly falls head over heels for, main him to talk incoherent babble. Sadly, Erika can also be the great-granddaughter of Abraham Van Helsing, monster hunter extraordinaire, and like him, she despises all monsters. So whereas Erika pretends to even be all in favour of Dracula, she’s actually simply making an attempt to remove him. Although she may need to replace her intel on what it takes to kill a vampire, as placing garlic oil on guacamole would not lethally poison Dracula, however simply offers him gasoline. As if having the captain of your cruise being a monster-hater wasn’t unhealthy sufficient, Dracula and his family and friends may even must cope with plenty of different loopy occasions, from an enormous kraken attacking the ship to stumbling throughout the Bermuda Triangle. That is all demanding for them, however for a Resort Transylvania film, that is principally par for the course.