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The Cruise   

Information
Series 1: 3x60/6x30 | HD | 2016
Series 2: 3x60 | HD | 2017
Series 3: 6x60 | HD | 2018
Series 4: 3x60 | HD | 2019
Production Company
Wild Pictures
Primary Broadcaster
ITV

The Regal Princess is one of the world's largest luxury cruise ships. The series takes an intimate and entertaining look on-board, as it travels from Copenhagen to St Petersburg.

Whilst 4,000 passengers enjoy all of the delights the cruise ship has to offer, the cameras allow us access behind closed doors to see what it takes to keep everything working. Whilst entertainers battle injury and absence for the show must go on, passenger services try to round up missing passengers before departure. Meanwhile, below deck the chefs the face heat in the kitchen as they struggle to provide over 20,000 meals a day for passengers and crew.

The series shows the ups and downs of life afloat – from career ambitions fulfilled, to broken hearts and from missing home, to the pleasures of seeing the world through a port hole. 

Series 3 - Episode 3

Putting on an expensive new stage show leaves no margin for error, there’s a steamy problem in the spa, and Timothy needs to keep smiling, whatever the weather. And it’s Destination Alaska as the crew of Star Princess voyage to one of the world’s last frontiers. Cruise Director J.C. makes his nerve-wracking stage debut, Captain Tuvo is searching for whales and Timothy goes trekking on a glacier.

Series 3 - Episode 1

We join the crew aboard two of the world’s largest luxury cruise ships in the tropical paradise of the Caribbean and the wilds of Alaska as the crews must contend with broken mooring lines erratic weather, late passengers and arranging a beach party for 3000 guests.

Series 2 - Episode 2

25 year old new bridge officer Lauren faces a series of tests as she edges close to taking the helm. She is left in charge of mooring the 330m long ship in a port built to take much smaller vessels and tasked with launching one of the ship's tender boats, having to drop it seven decks into the water below.