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Post by Kenmo1 » 01 Jul 2014, 17:04

TV Times 5-11 July shows a reality programme on ITV about The Royal Princess for Friday. 11th July at 8.00 to 8.30 pm (though times can vary) except for Scotland and Wales. The blurb says 'Join the 1,600 crew members of the Royal Princess cruise ship as it makes its way from the UK to the Caribbean. With 3,600 passengers on board, the staff pull out all the stops to offer top-rate customer service.' There are 4 programmes. Number 1 is general manager Dirk Brand staging a formal night while also battling laundry problems and spa girl Kelly battles homesickness.

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Post by Peter D » 01 Jul 2014, 17:48

Thanks for letting us know Kenmo1. Although I live in Wales can get the English channels as well.
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Post by Boris+ » 01 Jul 2014, 18:44

I saw something about the new Norwegian ship recently - they kept on going on about how big it was, but I notice that it berthed in New York (after a bad crossing) in a berth which is too small for QM2; so maybe the Norwegian Breakaway isn't all that big maybe? Anyway, I didn't like the look of it.

Looking forward to seeing this Royal Princess one - and thanks for letting people know.

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Post by jacksparrow » 01 Jul 2014, 19:02

It will probably be the same as all the other programs about cruise ships.
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Post by david63 » 01 Jul 2014, 19:59

jacksparrow wrote:It will probably be the same as all the other programs about cruise ships.
It couldn't possibly be as bad as the FO Worldie :thumbdown:


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Post by Ray B » 01 Jul 2014, 21:40

thanks for the heads up Kenmo, I for one will tune in, anything with ships and or cruising.

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Post by lioness » 01 Jul 2014, 21:47

have to agree, the FO Worldie programme was just awful. We did the first leg of a worldie in January on the same ship, Balmoral. I can thankfully say, it was nothing like the programme, very enjoyable and unlike the really silly choir mistress on the Tv one, we had a 100 strong choir with a marvellous choirmaster and we did Les Mis and got a standing ovation :-)

Mind you, I could have done another sector, 27 days was just right.

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Post by barney » 02 Jul 2014, 09:49

I've seen a few of these type of programmes on various lines and so far, they are pretty much of a muchness.

The one on Norwegian focussed on how all the the serving crew were tips driven with all individual bars having targets to be met.
I remember the manager saying to the staff at the satrt of the shift, 'get out there and sell, sell, sell'

Freds was awful. It looked like Gods waiting room, but, appartently sales spiked immediately after.

The RCI one focussed on how shabbily the staff were treated with one cabin maid griping about how tough her life was.
We both thought, well leave then, if you don't like it.

I hope this one reflects our experience of cruising holidays which have been nothing but positive

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Post by towny44 » 02 Jul 2014, 09:54

I am looking forward to seeing this mainly to have an idea of what we can expect on Britannia when she launches next year.
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Post by Dark Knight » 02 Jul 2014, 10:14

I know somebody off Facebook, who was on a sector of that Fred Olsen worldie and they said it was as bad a picture .as it was possible to paint and they focused solely on being as negative as possible and only spoke to a select number of people, also that the age group reflected the fact it was a worldie, after all how many younger people have 112 nights off from work to gad about the place

take them all with a pinch of salt as they all have an angle they wish to promote. I haven't yet seen a realistic portrait of a cruise on tv
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Post by Lazysusan » 02 Jul 2014, 10:34

barney wrote:I've seen a few of these type of programmes on various lines and so far, they are pretty much of a muchness.

The one on Norwegian focussed on how all the the serving crew were tips driven with all individual bars having targets to be met.
I remember the manager saying to the staff at the satrt of the shift, 'get out there and sell, sell, sell'

Freds was awful. It looked like Gods waiting room, but, appartently sales spiked immediately after.

The RCI one focussed on how shabbily the staff were treated with one cabin maid griping about how tough her life was.
We both thought, well leave then, if you don't like it.

I hope this one reflects our experience of cruising holidays which have been nothing but positive
I saw the FO one and as has been said it was like an Old People's home, but I haven't seen the other two mentioned. When were they on I would like to have seen them?

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Post by Mervyn and Trish » 02 Jul 2014, 10:52

barney wrote:Freds was awful. It looked like Gods waiting room, but, appartently sales spiked immediately after.
Perhaps people researched it and found a cruise was cheaper than a funeral? :D

Be interesting to see how the Princess one comes out but as others have said these things often bear little relation to reality. Four hours of watching people laying in the sun by the pool, stuffing their faces or playing bingo would be pretty tedious tv!

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Post by barney » 02 Jul 2014, 14:34

I saw the FO one and as has been said it was like an Old People's home, but I haven't seen the other two mentioned. When were they on I would like to have seen them?

It was on some of the very obscure Sky channels but can't remember which.

As a tip, you can type 'cruise' into the search engine and all sorts of things come up.

There may be something that tickles your fancy.

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Post by Kenmo1 » 11 Jul 2014, 09:14

Just a reminder that the programme about the Royal Princess is on ITV at 8 pm tonight. It is in between the 2 Coronation Street programmes so that is my television viewing sorted for tonight. :thumbup:

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Post by Manoverboard » 11 Jul 2014, 13:54

Just had an e-mail from Princess which states ...

" Tune into ITV1 tonight at 8pm for a brand new documentary 'The Cruise Ship' set on board Royal Princess. Already a royal sensation following her naming by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, now our superliner is all set to become a star of the small screen! Look out for ‘The Cruise Ship’, a new four-part documentary starting tonight at 8pm, on ITV†.

Filmed as Royal Princess sailed around the Caribbean, the show will feature unprecedented behind the scenes footage, giving an insight into what life is really like on board for the 1,600 crew members. Find out how the crew work together to provide guests with first-class customer service, and an amazing cruise experience. "

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Post by Dark Knight » 11 Jul 2014, 14:00

personally I feel they do more harm than good and sensationalise the trivial and banal

after watching other programmes about cruise lines, I doubt this one will add to the mystique of cruising
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Post by david63 » 11 Jul 2014, 14:22

Dark Knight wrote:... I doubt this one will add to the mystique of cruising
It probably will as it will probably bear little resemblance to what cruising is actually like. :crazy:

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Post by Dark Knight » 11 Jul 2014, 15:11

exactly Smurfy
I think they actually put people off and they do tend to focus on either the oddball characters or the drunk idiots, no overly representative of a cruise, well none I have been on
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Post by barney » 11 Jul 2014, 16:00

LOL Knighty !!

you didn't realise that YOU were the oddball character (or the drunken idiot ??) did you? ;) ;) ;)

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Post by towny44 » 11 Jul 2014, 16:17

The BBC doc. The Cruise in 1998 made a star of Jane McDonald, and certainly did no harm to Celebrity cruises. Presumably Princess are hoping for a similar result.
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Post by Dancing Queen » 11 Jul 2014, 16:46

towny44 wrote:The BBC doc. The Cruise in 1998 made a star of Jane McDonald, and certainly did no harm to Celebrity cruises. Presumably Princess are hoping for a similar result.
Very true John, I hadn't realised The Cruise was filmed on a Celebrity ship.

We had Jane McDonald on a Xmas cruise on Oriana a few years ago and what a fabulous entertainer she is :thumbup:
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Post by Kenmo1 » 11 Jul 2014, 17:05

Dark Knight wrote:exactly Smurfy
I think they actually put people off and they do tend to focus on either the oddball characters or the drunk idiots, no overly representative of a cruise, well none I have been on
I'm inclined to agree with DK's remark - the tv companies tend to pad out some of these programmes with a load of twaddle from some really odd people who want their 15 minutes of fame. Still, we shall see tonight.

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Post by Boris+ » 11 Jul 2014, 17:12

I'm looking forward now to seeing this - it could just persuade us to 'have a go' with Princess.

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Post by Manoverboard » 11 Jul 2014, 17:27

Boris+ wrote:I'm looking forward now to seeing this - it could just persuade us to 'have a go' with Princess.

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Didn't you ' have a go ' with Princess a while back to the Hawaiian Islands ?

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Post by Boris+ » 11 Jul 2014, 18:16

Hi Mob,

No, sorry - it was QV - and an aft suite which was absolutely smashing.

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Post by Scamp1 » 11 Jul 2014, 20:11

Have just seen the first 5 minutes of this "documentary" - Oh dear, oh dear!
Is the commentator off "Come dine with me" ?
This is as much like cruising as a donkey derby is to the grand national!
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Post by Kenmo1 » 11 Jul 2014, 20:28

Mandy is going to get right up my nose before the end of this series. Oh dear.


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Post by Ray Scully » 11 Jul 2014, 20:32

As A Elite member of the Princess loyalty club I resent being called a snob on national television :evil:

Even if I am one :sarcasm:

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Post by Boris+ » 11 Jul 2014, 20:39

Hmm, yes well - we'll see - at the moment I feel a generous 50-50 sort of reaction.

It's going to be an interesting little series. The ship itself doesn't look too bad, but passengers don't really seem to know how to dress for a formal night; and if they've just done embarkation why are all their formal bits of clothing in the laundry?

Oh well - we'll have to wait and see.

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Post by Scamp1 » 11 Jul 2014, 20:51

The problem with programs like this is that they are SO bad that you get addicted to them!
Can't wait for the next episode - OK, I am joking! :lol:
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Post by jay-ell71 » 11 Jul 2014, 20:56

So far, not impressed with the presentation. The hairdresser is quite trying, what made her join a cruise ship. The blonde Vet's assistant is over the top, and the blonde's husband, the Vet is completely overpowered by her. Also she called the ship a boat. Quite comic really. Did the laundry deserve such coverage? Maybe next week's offering will give us an insight into the passenger's point of view.
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Post by Manoverboard » 11 Jul 2014, 20:58

It was for me in parts amusing and informative but it also showed the worst aspects of cruising ... with that Mandy creature leading the field :thumbdown:

Princess was nothing like that when we cruised with them but P&O certainly are.

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Post by Dancing Queen » 11 Jul 2014, 21:46

Manoverboard wrote:It was for me in parts amusing and informative but it also showed the worst aspects of cruising ... with that Mandy creature leading the field :thumbdown:

Princess was nothing like that when we cruised with them but P&O certainly are.

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I thought the same Moby, as for Mandy .. I'm sure we've probably all met her at some time :lol:
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Post by oldbluefox » 11 Jul 2014, 22:29

Mandy - nightmare.

What's all that about having a food fight with the Captain?

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Post by towny44 » 11 Jul 2014, 22:47

Hope it improves but so far not a patch on the 1998 BBC Jane McDonald programme, in fact the FO Balmoral documentary was a better presentation, and the passengers were a bit classier.
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Post by sunsetsail2night » 11 Jul 2014, 22:56

I was interested to watch this programme because I have three cruises booked on Brittania and have been given to understand that the two ships are identical - does anyone one know if this is so. Not bad if you qualify as an elite passenger after only 180 nights! As the cruise was starting in the States, it wasn't a surprise to see many passengers not in formal dress for the formal night - Americans are not known for formality. Wonder which department will be featured next week and whether Mandy has been thrown overboard? :lol:

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Manoverboard wrote:It was for me in parts amusing and informative but it also showed the worst aspects of cruising ... with that Mandy creature leading the field :thumbdown:

Princess was nothing like that when we cruised with them but P&O certainly are.

;)

Facinating that this is clearly what P&O is like and not princess. But you are wrong it is Princess.

Perhaps it just shows that there is not a lot different between all of them. Don't know if it was deliberate but most of the staff seemed to be British, was there any US staff?


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Post by screwy » 12 Jul 2014, 00:17

After watching that i'm glad i'm not looking to do a cruise for the first time, think i'll stick with P&O thank you...some one throw that Mandy and her miserable looking husband overboard.
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Post by Suekersh » 12 Jul 2014, 06:48

Just watched this as we recorded it last night. A bit confused about Mandy's cabin. The first shot if the cabin showed her sat on the balcony and full length patio doors. When she was discussing putting makeup on etc she said a lady needs a window and it showed a small window as you get in an outside cabin. Anyone else notice this? There are no basic outside cabins on this ship only balcony cabins. The other thing I noticed was that Mandy's cabin had a sofa which makes it a superior deluxe cabin, but the balcony looked very very small.

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Manoverboard wrote:It was for me in parts amusing and informative but it also showed the worst aspects of cruising ... with that Mandy creature leading the field :thumbdown:

Princess was nothing like that when we cruised with them but P&O certainly are.

;)
Facinating that this is clearly what P&O is like and not princess. But you are wrong it is Princess.

Perhaps it just shows that there is not a lot different between all of them. Don't know if it was deliberate but most of the staff seemed to be British, was there any US staff?
Indeed it was Princess but it is possible that the British TV producers have arranged for a pile of Brits to be on board to add a touch of Britishness for a British audience and in so doing have artificially altered the natural culture of an American ship ?

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Post by jay-ell71 » 12 Jul 2014, 08:06

This is getting very deep!!! (bogus Brits on board?.)

The Continuity of this production is very poor. We did notice the discrepancy of the layout of the terrible Mandy 's cabin! I don't think we ever saw the captain. Perhaps he doesn't want to be associated with this.

The programme does Princess no favours.
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Post by david63 » 12 Jul 2014, 08:51

Is Mandy going to be in the entire series? :thumbdown:

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Post by towny44 » 12 Jul 2014, 08:59

Suekersh wrote:Just watched this as we recorded it last night. A bit confused about Mandy's cabin. The first shot if the cabin showed her sat on the balcony and full length patio doors. When she was discussing putting makeup on etc she said a lady needs a window and it showed a small window as you get in an outside cabin. Anyone else notice this? There are no basic outside cabins on this ship only balcony cabins. The other thing I noticed was that Mandy's cabin had a sofa which makes it a superior deluxe cabin, but the balcony looked very very small.
Sue, we also noticed the balcony and window as well, but Mandy did seem to imply that she had chosen this cabin specifically because it had a window. So I presume it will perhaps be a corner cabin or similar, and the window is an extra feature because of this. The balcony depth is the same across all cabin grades, the only exception are some aft cabins and those below the curved glass bottomed walkway, which have slightly wider curved balconies.
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Post by Boris+ » 12 Jul 2014, 09:25

I can identify with the comment made earlier that Americans don't always go along with formal dress code (and it applies to many nationalities), however, I have to say that when we first met our cruise pals on QV (on the Hawaii cruise) they had some formal kit, but weren't completely 'up to speed'.

Cruises we've done with our cruise pals since then - well they've got the Jewson lot - and our pals have become sticklers for the dress code!

I'm still going to 'keep a weather eye' on this little series, and just maybe in 2016 we'll give Celebrity and Princess a go - but I have a sneaky suspicion that for us Cunard will stay our favourite. We want to see the dining bits really.

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Post by Ranchi » 12 Jul 2014, 09:25

Does no one else have sympathy for Mandy? She most probably had a production crew urging her on to make statements which were mercilessly edited and the post dubbed by some smart aleck presenter with an estuary accent! :D

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Maloja wrote:Does no one else have sympathy for Mandy?
Not if she got a free cruise out of it :yawn:


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Post by screwy » 12 Jul 2014, 09:48

Had a belly full of yanks in Jamaica, ive no wish to be stuck on a ship with them.!
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Post by Silver_Shiney » 12 Jul 2014, 10:29

We were very interested in this, having found out that our P&O points are worth more on Princess. The ship looks nice, what little we've seen of it.

As for the programme... we hadn't noticed the discrepancy in that female's cabin (it took only 30 seconds for her to get up our nose, but as has been said, she could have been egged on by the TV crew and then unfairly edited). I'm sure the narrator is a nice guy, but he sounds very "down market". That head chef obviously wants to play to the camera, so he's annoyed me already. We'll continue to watch it out of morbid curiousity!

I had an email from Princess this morning (I've had several this week, actually) so decided to follow it through rather than simply delete it unread. Unless I've missed something, the UK is a destination, they don't do cruises from here. We're looking ahead to the future, as we're planning a worldie when we retire in 10-11 years' time. Princess's only worldie (at the moment) is round-trip from LA starting from in excess of £14,000, and that does not include flights. Cunard's round-trip from Southampton is considerably cheaper, no flights required. I don't think we'll be bothering with Princess.
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Post by jay-ell71 » 12 Jul 2014, 11:03

Is it possible that the Producer of this programme is someone who "doesn't like cruising" even though s/he has never been on one......... and so is picking out all the unlikeable features, particularly, Mandy. :?: :?: :?:
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Post by Silver_Shiney » 12 Jul 2014, 11:20

jay-ell71 wrote:Is it possible that the Producer of this programme is someone who "doesn't like cruising" even though s/he has never been on one......... and so is picking out all the unlikeable features, particularly, Mandy. :?: :?: :?:

The notion can't be discounted :(
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