Lorraine gets her portrait back

//Lorraine gets her portrait back

Lorraine Artz.jpgP&O cruise ship Adonia will be waiting for me in Tromsø next week and I’ll spend a week on board visiting the Norwegian ports of Andalsnes, Bergen and Farsund before returning to Southampton.
Last time I was on the ship was in 2007 when it was being christened Royal Princess by a very special passenger, Lorraine Arzt, who spent many months living on board.
Lorraine was Princess’s most-travelled passenger, having spent thousands of days at sea since the death of husband Joe. I first met her on board Sea Princess during a 2006 voyage along America’s eastern seaboard.
Princess recovered a portrait of Lorraine from the christening before they handed the ship over to P&O, and this week it was presented to her by Captain Vincenzo Lubrano – now in command of Dawn Princess – during a visit to Los Angeles.
Lorraine is back on dry land for a while, at home in California. I hope it’s not too long before she returns to sea.

By | 2017-06-15T16:00:02+00:00 17 August 2011|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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