Funny and insightful, this amazing publication gives you the low down on everything you could possibly want to know about cruising - from which cruises to book, what to wear on formal nights through to how much you should tip the author.
Marvel at the in depth port guides which go behind the scenes and give information that will no doubt be invaluable when trying to buy an ape in Gibraltar, joining the Swiss Guard in the Vatican City, securing a seat in the theatre or simply trying to pronouce Civitavecc Civiteche Chivit Civetath er..Rome.
The book is packed with a host of handy tips, advice, photo's and (probably) genuine fake interviews with cruise staff from lowly Captains right up to their bosses, the Cruise Directors.
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About the Author
Graham has chalked up hundreds of cruise days and likes to write about his experiences onboard ships, visiting ports and spending his holidays with a broad spectrum of people who are thrown together for the duration of their cruises.
This book was inspired/demanded by people on a social media group who appreciated his dry humour and off the wall wit. If this were X Factor we would now be looking for a sob story to help sell the book, unfortunately Graham doesn't have one although the tale of how he was overlooked in the casting of Joseph in a school nativity play when he was six, still traumatises him and flashbacks are not uncommon.
Graham's writing is not limited to books on cruising, he has recently co-written a sitcom for television alongside comedian friends and produces a monthly magazine for businesses in the south east. He also produces and directs theatre shows and has managed several singers/performers.