Princess Cruises To Feature In TV Series ‘Monster Ships’

Princess Cruises To Feature In TV Series ‘Monster Ships’

With the temperature dropping outside, there is no better time to get snuggled up on the sofa and spend some time in front of the box. And what better programme to watch than one about the world of cruising.

With more and more TV programmes hitting our screens about our favourite type of holiday, including ‘Cruising with Jane McDonald’, it’s great to hear that there will be another we can sit back and enjoy and maybe even get some inspiration for our next trip!

‘Monster Ships’ will be airing on UKTV’s Yesterday Channel on Thursday 3rd October 2019 at 8pm. The programme will provide us with a behind-the-scenes look at the workings of a cruise ship and will feature none other than Princess Cruises Crown Princess.

The 3,080-guest ship will be shown during a 10-day trip she took from Fort Lauderdale around the Caribbean. Watching the show you’ll get a real insight into the day-to-day roles of the 1,200 crew members and really see what it takes to ensure a seamless transition onboard when a new voyage begins.

Tony Roberts, vice president Princess Cruises UK and Europe, said: “We’re delighted to see Princess Cruises once again feature on the small screen, this time providing viewers with a rare onboard glimpse behind-the-scenes. The Crown Princess episode of Monster Ships is recommended viewing for anyone with an interest in the incredible mechanics and logistics of a cruise ship, or who wants to see the premium guest experience we offer on one of our stunning Caribbean sailings.”

Click Here To View Crown Princess Sailings

Are you going to be watching ‘Monster Ships’ this Thursday? What other ships are you looking forward to featuring on the programme? Let us know in the comments below.

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