Cruise Choice Awards 2012
  • “The Aldourie Cultural House Party was one of those rare events that exceeded all expectations…
    and exceeded them not just by an inch or two, but by the length of Loch Ness!”
    Michael Prodger, Sunday Telegraph
  • “We are happy to discuss projects where our approach to entertainment can be
    of benefit to our clients. When we work together we can produce an improvement
    in the 3Rs – Revenue, Ratings and Repeats.”
    Susannah Daley, The PEEL Entertainment Group
  • “A Midsummer Night’s Dream … was a roaring success which had people in the
    region talking for a long time. It was the perfect showcase for the Broughton Hall Estate.”
    Roger Tempest, Broughton Hall Estate
  • “PEEL is highly skilled in all aspects of onboard ship entertainment,
    and makes it their business to be forward-thinking and creative.”
    Helen Bennett, Fred Olsen Cruise Lines
  • “I had the pleasure of working closely with PEEL Cruise for eight years,
    creating and evolving the entertainment product on Thomson cruise ships.
    The team’s absolute dedication to “getting it right” meant that guests came
    back time after time, safe with the expectation that they would be enjoying
    top class entertainment from top class performers.”
    David Selby, Former Head Thomson Cruises
  • “The beauty of the PEEL team is that they are continually examining and
    re-evaluating their product, meaning their entertainment packages are always
    fresh, relevant and of the very highest-possible standard.”
    Gill Thow, Thomson
  • “We are pleased to have forged a strong working relationship with the PEEL team
    which has brought an entirely new dimension to our client offering.”
    Jane McIvor, Bourne Leisure
  • “Our clients’ ships consistently rank in the top five for cruise entertainment, as affirmed
    by leading market authorities, including cruise.co.uk and The Trade Travel Gazette”
    Susannah Daley, Managing Director, The PEEL Entertainment Group
  • “Thomson Spirit came top in the mid-sized category of the first Cruisers’
    Choice Awards organised by the Cruise Critic website, which has 700,000
    members and contains 70,000 ship reviews.”
    John Honeywell aka Captain Greybeard for Cruise News