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Crown Princess to Feature in New UKTV Programme

Crown Princess, will appear in an episode of a new TV documentary, ‘Monster Ships’. The episode will air on UKTV’s Yesterday Channel on Thursday 3 October at 8pm.

Those of you who have enjoyed ITV’s The Cruise in the past can look forward to seeing Princess Cruises back on our TV screens. What’s even better is that the one-off episode is an hour long. I always think that 30-minute episodes of The Cruise are over too quickly so this documentary will give us a good look around Crown Princess.

TV Documentary

Providing a behind-the-scenes look at the workings of a cruise ship, ‘Monster Ships’ follows Crown Princess as she sails a 10-day Caribbean voyage roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale. The ship visits local islands including Princess Cruises’ own private Bahamas resort, Princess Cays.

The programme provides an insight into the day-to-day roles of the 1,200 crew members and what it takes to ensure a seamless transition onboard when a new voyage begins. With 17 restaurants and bars, round-the-clock room service, four swimming pools, guest entertainment and over 1,500 staterooms, the vessel is a 24-hour operation 365 days of the year.

Cruise on this ‘Monster Ship’

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.”

Viewers can experience the ship for themselves when she sails out of the UK next year on a series of voyages to the Mediterranean and northern Europe. Take a look at Crown Princess’ cruises.

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