Princess Cruises have revealed its second round of celebrities who will be featured guest speakers onboard the Southampton based Crown Princess in 2020. The 3,80 guest vessel will be sailing around the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Canaries from May to November.
Each speaker will be hosting around a 45-minute talk with questions and answers sessions. There will also be a chance to meet and greet the celebrity speakers and book signings.
The line up of celebrities includes criminal barrister and TV host Judge Robert Rinder, Brice Grobbelaar the former Liverpool goalkeeper, Shaun Wallace barrister, lecturer and ‘chaser’ on the hit game show The Chase, Pete Best the former Beatles drummer and Patrick Aryee biologist and TV presenter.
Princess Cruise’s Vice President, Tony Roberts said “It’s fantastic to announce the addition to further, well-known figures to the line-up onboard Crown Princess this year, meaning even more guests sailing with us from Southampton will have the opportunity to hear from them.
“With a wealth of entertainment options on Crown Princess, the UK season is proving particularly popular with guests. If you want to hear from our speakers up compose and personal then now is the time to book with us”
Previously announced celebrity guest speakers are Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards, Duncan James and Charlie Dimmock. Just to name a few.
If you don’t want to miss out on the chance to meet and greet one of Princess’ celebrity speakers here’s a list of the sailings they will be on:
- Judge Robert Riner (7-night Norwegian Fjords, 27 June 2020 and 8-night Norwegian Fjords, 25 July 2020)
- Bruce Grobbelaar (14-night Baltic Heritage, 11 July 2020)
- Shaun Wallace (11-night Canary Island, 26 September 2020)
- Pete Best (14-night Baltic Heritage, 5 September 2020)
- Patrick Aryee (7-night Spain and France, 30 October 2020)
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