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Fans of the iconic yet campy show that ran from 1977 to 1987 can rejoice – the crew of The Love Boat is reuniting!
Alas, it’s not for a new run of the series I faithfully watched with my babysitters (and later AS a babysitter) every Saturday night, but instead as the godparents of the Regal Princess which debuted this May.
The ceremony will be held on November 5 in Fort Lauderdale where the ship is currently in her maiden Caribbean season. The November event will kick off the cruise line’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
The new vessel carries 3,560 passengers – or almost five times the capacity of the Sun Princess featured in the series. Let’s hope they’ve got some backup for Issac at the bar!
If you want to take a ride on
The Love Boat Regal Princess, cabins on the three-night cruise departing November 6 out of Fort Lauderdale start at $329 per person plus taxes (double occupancy) via the Princess website.