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Tuesday 16th July at 9:00 pm

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About The Show

Le Soléal, operated by Compagnie du Ponant, is the first French commercial shipping vessel to traverse the Northwest Passage, one of the most dangerous sea routes.

Episodes

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Episode 1

Viking Longship Gefjon

A look inside the narrow cruiser that fits through tight locks, battles nasty weather and glides past stunning scenery, travelling from Budapest to Amsterdam.

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Episode 2

Regal Princess

A look inside the world's most luxurious, powerful and gigantic cruise ships as they function like cities on the sea, ferrying thousands around the globe.

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Episode 3

Koningsdam

A look inside the world's most luxurious, powerful and gigantic cruise ships as they function like cities on the sea, ferrying thousands around the globe.

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Episode 4

Viking Star

A look inside the Viking Star's Scandinavian décor, delicious food and beautiful route. It embarks from Spain going through Europe and completes its journey in Norway.

9:00 pm

16 Jul

Quest

Episode 5

Marina

A look inside the vessel that cruises through the British Isles. Its mobility lets it glide through narrow channels, steer into tight ports and carry 1,200 passengers.

9:00 pm

23 Jul

Quest

Episode 6

Symphony Of The Seas

A look inside the world's most luxurious, powerful and gigantic cruise ships as they function like cities on the sea, ferrying thousands around the globe.