Passenger Choirs

My darling wife has asked which cruise lines have a passenger choir?

We know that P&O do, but not sure who else does.

Any information gratefully received.


8 Answers

First I have ever heard of a choir. Can you elaborate?

I know that on P&O cruises (and some others) on sea days passengers are invited to meet up with one of the entertainers, and create a choir, which towards the end of the cruise, give a performance. Rehearsals are normally on sea days.

I have been told RCI also do it, but on the 11 cruises that we have been on RCI, have never seen it advertised.

We are looking for a 2020 cruise (already got 2019 booked) and wanted to establish how many other cruise lines also do this.


Closest thing that I have seen to it on Carnival was more of a flash mob and that is not on every ship.

Carnival also has a Legends night where passengers audition for famous singer parts ( Garth Brooks, Elton John, Madonna, etc.) and the winners put off a show on the last night.

I have seen the passenger choirs on Princess.

They have had it on the Pacific Princess each time we were on it. They had a director and practiced a lot.

I tried to sing in the Lobby Bar once----Tell me, It's not true about the Keel Hauling---is it?

Yes by all means i'd like a complete list...……….

I have the scars to prove that yes, they still use keelhauling on the cruise ships.

In my case, while I was singing in Crooners, the Captain called down and asked, due to the horrible sounds emanating from that area, if he should consider abandoning the ship.


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