MSC Cruises’ newest ship, MSC Grandiosa is to star alongside The Nolans in a new TV series ‘The Nolans Go Cruising’. The eight-part series will air for the first time on Tuesday 7th July at 10pm on Quest Red and dplay . Filmed on board MSC Grandiosa, the series shows four of the famous sisters – Coleen, Anne, Maureen and Linda – as they embark on an adventure around the Mediterranean.
The Nolan sisters set sail from Genoa in Northern Italy on their first holiday together in 20 years, visiting some of the region’s most popular ports of call including Palermo, Marseille, Civitavecchia and Barcelona. From exploring the sights, to making the most of everything the incredible ship has to offer, the sisters explore the Mediterranean in style on the once-in-a-lifetime trip, culminating in a final one-off performance of their hit song ‘I’m in the Mood for Dancing’ in the ship’s elegant 900 seat theatre.
Speaking about the start of the new series, Antonio Paradiso, Managing Director, MSC Cruises UK & Ireland commented: “We have been working on this project for almost a year and it’s something we’ve been incredibly excited about right from the word go. We know how much our ships have to offer and what memorable experiences our guests have onboard but working on a TV series like this allows the UK audience to see on a big scale what a great holiday choice a cruise is.
He added “Watching the show it really comes through how much fun The Nolans had onboard MSC Grandiosa and we hope that the audience watching will see what a great experience the sisters had and feel inspired to take a cruise holiday too.”
MSC Grandiosa is the largest ship in the MSC Cruises fleet of 17 ships and came into service in October 2019. The ship carries 6,300 passengers and has 20 bars and lounges, two theatres and 12 unique dining venues including the Teppanyaki restaurant which was firm favourite with The Nolans during their voyage.
The Nolans Go Cruising will feature on Quest Red every Tuesday at 10pm from the 7th July – 25th August 2020. The episodes will also be available to view via on demand service dplay following the broadcast.