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    Regent

    This is copied from an email.

    Join Regent Seven Seas Cruises® and go behind the scenes of a festive cruise on The Most Luxurious Ship Ever Built, Seven Seas Explorer®, at 7pm on Tuesday 22 December on Channel 5. Also available to watch now on MY5.

    Cameras were given exclusive access as the all-suite, all-balcony ship, which carries just 750 passengers at a time, made her way through the Cayman Islands to Mexico and beyond. See inside the speciality restaurants and the galleys where the highly trained chefs prepare the most exquisite food for a Christmas feast. Also, follow guests on one of the many Free Unlimited Shore Excursions offered by Regent to meet stingrays in the Caribbean Sea and explore the jungles of Mexico on quad bikes.
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    #2
    If not seen already might be worth watching the build shows first

    https://www.channel5.com/show/buildi...s-cruise-ship/

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      #3
      Originally posted by Yogini, Waterlooville View Post
      This is copied from an email.

      Join Regent Seven Seas Cruises® and go behind the scenes of a festive cruise on The Most Luxurious Ship Ever Built, Seven Seas Explorer®, at 7pm on Tuesday 22 December on Channel 5. Also available to watch now on MY5.

      Cameras were given exclusive access as the all-suite, all-balcony ship, which carries just 750 passengers at a time, made her way through the Cayman Islands to Mexico and beyond. See inside the speciality restaurants and the galleys where the highly trained chefs prepare the most exquisite food for a Christmas feast. Also, follow guests on one of the many Free Unlimited Shore Excursions offered by Regent to meet stingrays in the Caribbean Sea and explore the jungles of Mexico on quad bikes.
      It's a repeat.
      If it's the same as last time this is what I said

      Originally posted by Mrs M View Post
      It was a Jane MacDonald programme but with more champagne and at least one very expensive suite. Not what I was expecting somehow but reasonable enough entertainment for a Friday evening. I suppose.
      The programme did absolutely nothing to make us want to book a Regent cruise. Interesting to see how others view it.

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