Princess Passengers Returning from Vacation as “Certified Romantics”
New “Celebrate Romance” ScholarShip@Sea Course That Debuted on Emerald Princess Will Soon Launch on Crown Princess
Hundreds of Princess passengers have come home from their cruise as “certified romantics,” thanks to the line’s new ScholarShip@Sea course which debuted on Emerald Princess last month. The new love-filled enrichment class, called “Celebrate Romance,” will now begin to be rolled out fleetwide, launching on Crown Princess next month.
Created by the line’s Department of Romance that launched earlier this year, “Celebrate Romance” is a primer on romance through the ages, presenting passengers with tips on how to reconnect with their special someone and keep romance alive all year. The 45-minute multi-media presentation, hosted by the ship’s cruise staff, takes a fun-filled look at love from a variety of perspectives, particularly offering inspirational advice from the romance experts in Princess’ Department of Romance. Dating and romance guru Trish McDermott, everyone’s favorite couples therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer, and America’s favorite “Love Boat” captain, Gavin MacLeod, all offer a wealth of advice and amusing stories.
The new course uses interviews, romantic movie clips and relationship lore to help passengers find their inner Romeo and Juliet. Participants will learn when the first Valentine was sent, the stories behind such traditions as flowers and wedding rings, and the histories of famed lovers such as Antony and Cleopatra.