Pacific Pearl set for popular show

Shelley Craft and her team will join the ship for several days.
Shelley Craft and her team will join the ship for several days. Supplied

P&O Cruises is set to star in another prime time TV show, with the cruise line preparing to welcome the crew from Australia's Funniest Home Videos onboard Pacific Pearl.

Popular host Shelley Craft and her team will join the ship for several days in September to film a special episode of their show, which will air on Saturday, October 1 at 6.30pm on Channel Nine and on regional networks NBN and WIN.

The filming is the latest in a series of top-rating television appearances for P&O Cruises' fleet, which starred on both MasterChef and Neighbours last year.

"These television shows are a big part of popular Australian culture, just like a P&O Cruises' holiday, so our appearances have been a huge hit with our passengers and viewers,"; said Jenny Lourey, Senior Vice President of Carnival Australia, which operates P&O Cruises.

"Everyone knows a P&O Cruises' holiday is all about relaxing and having fun so we're really looking forward to enjoying some laughs with Shelley and her team on Pacific Pearl,"; Ms Lourey said.

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