Next Episode of The Cruise is
Season 5 / Episode 1 and airs on 05 April 2018 19:30
Life on board one of the world's largest luxury cruise ships will be revealed in The Cruise.The series goes behind the scenes as the ship travels through the Baltic Sea from Copenhagen to St Petersburg, following some of the 1,400 crew as they deal with the daily demands of up to 4,000 passengers.
In the sixth and final episode, as the Mediterranean summer season draws to a close, the crew face one final big challenge - two weddings in one day. With a UK wedding now averaging £34,000, couples are opting to tie the knot on board the ship, where packages can be a fraction of the cost.
It's Destination Alaska as the crew of the Star Princess voyage to one of the world's last frontiers. With over four hundred and fifty cruise ships around the world competing for passengers, offering a unique journey is a must, but taking five-star luxury to the remote Alaskan seas means that the Captain and his crew must go the extra mile to satisfy passengers. In this first of a three-part series, the Star Princess is in Vancouver ahead of a cruise north through the 'Inland Passage'.
This episode sees Captain Tuvo and his crew navigating the Star Princess to a World Heritage site: Glacier Bay National Park. In order to be allowed to enter this pristine wilderness, they must be accompanied by National Park rangers who will help passengers appreciate the wilderness and its wildlife. The rangers must first board the ship, but can their boat do so in poor weather and rough seas?
In the final episode of the series, it's Captain Tuvo's last time at the helm of the Star Princess on his beloved Alaska route before he goes on leave, and he doesn't want to disappoint his passengers. Meanwhile, new Cruise Director J.C. is nervous before he makes his stage debut as the ship's master of ceremonies and passengers Keith and Ruth are renewing their wedding vows after fifty years.
In the first episode, with the liner about to depart the small Dutch speaking island of Bonaire, on the bridge Captain Bob gets word the winches down in the mooring station on Deck 3 aren't working. If the staff can't wind the lines in, the ship is going nowhere.
An old-fashioned reboot gets them working again, but will they function at the next port? If they don't, the ship will be unable to dock – and the pressure is on for second officer James who is sent to oversee the operation.
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