The Love Boat

Now I have to be honest I had never even watched ‘The Love Boat’ until I started on ships several years ago. In fact. I hadn’t even heard of it. I’ve been far more engrossed in Top Gear and other more educational TV programmes. So it was all a bit of a surprise to find that this series was one of the longest running, but more importantly for my job, it took place on ships that were part of our fleet. So as part of the anniversary for the company, the actors all came aboard to celebrate with us. The doc, the hotel general manager, the captain, the cruise director, the bar man, and the captains niece all turned up. A long running series that started in the 1970’s… They might look a little different but they most definitely haven’t lost their spark!

They even took part in a bit of filming while onboard which included our current doctor onboard. Not quite as straight forward as you might imagine when everyone wants to be a director… 


Then of course, a cabin party to say our goodbyes to these scoundrels! 

Anyway, to give you an idea of what crew members do when we find ourselves in a beautiful foreign country, that we’ve never seen before and we’re surrounded by beautiful beaches and sea and sun…

Welcome to Huatulco, Mexico…


That’s right. We find wifi.

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