The Cruise Ship on the small screen

The Royal Princess - star of The Cruise Ship

The Regal Princess might be the newer ship, but you’d be forgiven for thinking that the Royal Princess was the flagship of the Princess Cruises fleet. Following a huge event in 2013 where HRH The┬áDuchess of Cambridge launched the ship in her last public appearance before giving birth to Prince George, the Royal Princess has garnered much attention.

She’s a magnificent vessel, which helps, and this will all become apparent to anyone yet to sample her when a new TV documentary series is screened on ITV, starting next week as of writing. On Friday 11th June you can watch the first episode of The Cruise Ship, a four-part series that will cover life on-board the ship during a Caribbean cruise.

The documentary will show life behind the scenes for the crew, giving unrivalled access to how a cruise is managed and how every aspect of each voyage is delivered with a huge amount of effort and dedication by the staff members.

At we’re definitely going to be tuning in, as we think it is going to be a truly fascinating insight into not only Royal Princess but also Princess Cruises in general. Anyone thinking about taking a cruise should switch on too, or at least catch it on ITV Player (if you’re out on the Friday night), as you’ll soon see just how exciting a cruise can be with Princess.

And whilst on the subject of Princess Cruises, starting on the 1st July we’ve got some great European offers on the Caribbean Princess and the Emerald Princess. With free balcony upgrades and up to $600 on-board spend included, give our team a call to find out more.

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Jenni Fielding
Jenni has been working in the travel industry for over 10 years. She fell in love with cruising on her first-ever cruise, a Caribbean cruise on Allure of the Seas, during her honeymoon in 2013. Nowadays, Jenni enjoys cruising with her husband and two young children. Her favourite ships are family-friendly megaships which are packed with exciting facilities. She loves sea days and had been known to skip port visits to spend more time on the ship!

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