October is “Plan a Cruise Month” with Love Boat star Jill Whelan – Interview


October is Plan a Cruise Month, when cruise lines and travel agents introduce special discounted rates for a variety of cruise vacations all around the world. Princess Cruises in particular is offering two amazing promotions. Its “Great Escapes” sale offers savings up to $1,000 per stateroom on selected Spring 2017 cruises to the Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii, Panama Canal, Australia, South America and more. And its “3 for Free” cruise sale includes free stateroom upgrades, free onboard gratuities and free onboard spending money – up to $300 per stateroom on cruises to destinations like Alaska, the Mediterranean and Japan.

When it comes to discussing the joys of cruising, there’s no one better than Jill Whelan who spent a large portion of her childhood aboard a Princess ship. Jill won America’s hearts as Vicki Stubing, the daughter of Captain Merrill Stubing on the long-running classic TV series Love Boat. In addition to six seasons on Love Boat, Jill was a familiar face during the 80s — she had a memorable role in the comedy film Airplane!, and appeared in classic TV shows such as Vega$, Matt Houston, Fantasy Island and Trapper John, M.D. 

Join Jill in a recent interview exclusively for our Michigan Mom Living readers as she talks about how she got the part on the Love Boat series, her love for cruising, Plan a Cruise month deals and what Princess cruises have to offer right now.

Check out the entire interview here:

For more information, go to www.princess.com.

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