Here’s Day Ten in a series of blogs from our friend Jackie about her recent Regal Princess experience! Enjoy!
Regal Princess- Movies are a Lovely Part of the Ship’s Entertainment
But we weren’t sitting in some movie theater watching the popular 2018 film. And those weren’t make-believe waves we were hearing.
We were snuggled in deck lounge chairs with warm blankets and freshly popped corn on the top deck of the Regal Princess somewhere in the Caribbean.
That huge screen by the ship swimming pool is getting a lot of use. During the day, we’ll be seeing concerts by performers like Lady Antebellum, Sheryl Crow, Rolling Stones, Billy Joel and many more.
When we boarded the ship, our daily Princess Patter schedule had a listing of the movie highlights we would see in Movie Under the Stars and in the Vista Lounge on Deck 7 aft.
Movies we will be seeing include:
Christopher Robin (2018|
Crazy Rich Asians (2018)
The Greatest Showman (2017)
The Wife (2017)
Cirque de Soliel
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)
Bad Times at the El Royale (2018)
The Vista Lounge on Deck 7 aft also shows movies. The lounge is large and comfortable with tables for drinks and a big screen to enjoy all the action. Unlike Movies Under the Stars, the Vista Lounge lights can be dimmed for better movie viewing.
Big-screen movies and concerts are only part of the Regal Princess entertainment. In the Princess Theatre on Decks 6 and 7, we can see evening performances of comedian Robbie Printz plus singers and musicians.
Two big music productions in the Princess Theater are productions of “Sweet Soul Music” and “Born to Dance,” as well as an evening with the award-winning Beatlemaniacs – four guys who put on a concert that may have happened for the Beatles. The Fab Four change outfits and wigs and do look like the Beatles they are supposed to be representing. All four seem to be talented singers and musicians and the visual backdrops add to the experience of actually being at a Beatles concert.
Never a lack of entertainment on the Regal Princess.
Story and photos by Jackie Sheckler Finch.