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CELEBRITY GUESTS AT SEA w 44


Which famous speakers and special guests will be on board in 2020? Jane Archer finds out


hether clients want to samba as if they’re in Strictly, sniff and swirl with a wine guru, or uncover their inner chef, they can on a cruise.


Every year, experts in everything from cooking to climbing join cruise ships big and small to educate, enlighten and entertain passengers, adding an extra dimension to their holiday and an extra element for you to sell. Talks and activities are mostly complimentary, and often there are


related excursions to bring the lecture to life. We’ve picked eight of the most interesting names hitting the seas next year, to give you some inspiration.


24 OCTOBER 2019 travelweekly.co.uk


1 RANULPH FIENNES, EXPLORER


Climbing Mount Everest, walking to the South Pole or scaling the north face of the Eiger – name almost any gruelling test of endurance and Sir Ranulph Fiennes, who is listed as the world’s greatest living explorer in the Guinness World Records book, has done it. But not without some grisly experiences along the way. Fiennes will be revealing all during talks about his adventures to passengers on a Cunard cruise in Alaska next June. With details of his exploits ringing in their ears, passengers can have their own mini-adventures with kayaking, trekking and whale watching on calls into Juneau, Skagway and Sitka while cruising up close to the icy landscape in Glacier Bay. Book it: The 10-night Alaska and Glacier Bay cruise costs from £1,499 cruise-only for a round trip from Vancouver departing June 2, 2020. cunard.co.uk


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