Get ready to embark on another unforgettable journey with the return of ITV’s documentary ‘The Cruise’ as it airs for a fourth series this Thursday at 8.30pm.
Join crew and guests on-board Star Princess of Princess Cruises as she explores the coastlines of the world, focusing on Alaska for stunning landscape shots and wonderful wildlife.
Star Princess takes centre stage
Star Princess will be home for 3,100 guests as she sails around the bucket-list region of Alaska, experiencing jaw-dropping scenery and intriguing history.
Star Princess has been sailing with Princess Cruises since February 2002, with 17 decks to explore on-board, each with a relaxed ambience and superb dining options. Sample fresh cuisine in the Main Dining Room where the award-winning chef, Curtis Stone has hand-crafted sublime menus with authentic ingredients, or indulge your chocolate fantasies with a visit to the Princess Exclusive Chocolate JourneysSM program for ultra-luxe treats and decadent creations.
Several new crew members will appear, including Captain Tuvo, who takes the helm and assists as an unofficial tour guide by announcing points of interest to guests as the ship sails its course.
Adventure to Alaska
Follow the ITV documentary, starting this Thursday at 8.30pm, where the ship will set sail to the Great Land, discovering the true, raw beauty of this phenomenal location first-hand.
This series is the fourth in total, airing after the previous series which focused on the Mediterranean. As Star Princess embarks on her journey, viewers will be able to experience the local landscapes and wildlife for themselves, including dolphins, seals and whales, as the ship calls at the region’s most popular destinations including Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan.
The series will be narrated by Downton Abbey’s Hugh Bonneville, who has provided the voiceover for the previous three series’.
Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises’ VP for UK and Europe, said:
“The next series is genuinely jaw-dropping and we can’t wait for viewers to get an insight of what Alaska has to offer. Princess has almost 50 years’ experience sailing to the region and takes more people there than any other cruise line, with seven ships visiting this year alone. We’re confident that Alaska, with its stunning scenery and remarkable wildlife, will be a bucket list mainstay by the time the three episodes have aired.”
Set sail for yourself
If you are looking forward to watching Star Princess’ voyage unfold on your screen and enjoy following ‘The Cruise’ for yourself, take a look at where you could sail on a Princess Cruises voyage for your own exploration of the world’s most wonderful coastlines.
Alternatively, call our Cruise Concierge team on 0808 1234 118 with any questions and queries regarding your perfect Princess cruise.