Switched on to the BBC at sea

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When I’m on a cruise ship, the TV in my cabin rarely gets switched on, unless I want to check where we’re heading, or look at the view from the bridge cam.
But if you really can’t tear yourself away from the plasma screen on holiday, then I suppose it will be good news that the BBC is adding five channels to the World News channel already available at sea.
If you’re sailing with Cunard, Fred Olsen, Norwegian Cruise Line, P&O, Princess, Royal Caribbean International, or Crystal Cruises in the Mediterranean later this month, you’ll have 24-hour feeds of BBC Entertainment, BBC Lifestyle, BBC Knowledge, CBeebies, and BBC HD.
Just think of all those repeats!
I’d rather be out on the balcony with a gin and tonic, watching the world go by.

By | 2009-03-19T00:40:08+00:00 19 March 2009|Cruise news|0 Comments

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John Honeywell is a travel writer specialising in cruise ships and cruise travel. Winner of CLIA UK's Contribution to Cruise award 2017.

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