The Royal Princess ship will be featured on tonight’s “The Cruise Ship” produced by ITV. Do you like big ships? How about those of royalty status? Then you’ll definitely want to see tonight’s episode. we’ve got some inside information about if for you here. Beware though — you’ll probably want to book a cruise after watching tonight’s episode!
It was around last year that a documentary featured on the BBC about the port of Southampton and what goes on behind the scenes. It was nice to gain some insight into life at the port, but many of our readers wondered when we would be able to see what life is like for cruise ship workers.
Thankfully, ITV will be able to answer that question for you, as a new four-part Cruise Ship documentary on Princess Cruises is to start on July 11th, 2014. The show starts at 8pm on consecutive Friday’s.
This isn’t a look at the entire cruise line, rather just the Royal Princess, which entered service in April 2013 by the Duchess of Cambridge. The footage was shot while the ship was sailing to the Caribbean, and so if you have ever wanted to complain about the service on this ship, maybe watching this documentary will give you an idea of just how tough it is for the crew that do their best to make your life as enjoyable as possible.
Providing the voiceover is John Thompson, who is better know for programs such as The Fast Show and Cold Feet.
THE Cruise Ship begins on ITV tonight (Friday, July 11).
The new series follows life on board the Royal Princess cruise ship in its maiden season.
In tonight’ episode, the ship has a lot to prove, with the crew preparing for Formal Night, its most stylish evening.
General manager Dirk is forced to battle an overflowing laundry problem, while spa worker Kelly has to cope with leaving home for the first time and getting used to life on the ship.
The programme will be screened at 8pm.
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Don’t miss tonight’s episode of The Cruise Ship or you’ll miss the Royal Princess ship! It’s the cruise ship of cruise ships and I’m booking my ticket now — for the show at least! Tune in and enjoy.