'The Bachelor' Is Taking Over a Cruise Ship Made for Millennials
A week after “The Bachelor” went to Fort Lauderdale, the cast is heading out onto the open seas.
On Monday night’s episode, Arie Luyendk, Jr. and the remaining nine contestants set off on a cruise with U by Uniworld, the cruise line that markets itself as the first tailored to millennials. It's the first time that “The Bachelor” has gone on a cruise.
The contestants stayed aboard the cruise line’s The B ship in France, likely going down the Seine River and passing through Paris, considering the ship’s typical route.
Onboard the cruise ship, the contestants can experience a host of activities designed for a younger set of passengers. There’s a silent DJ, mixologists crafting signature cocktails and a plethora of backdrops designed to make Instagram photos pop.
The ship has 61 rooms, including four suites. But, because this isn’t the fantasy suite episode of the show, it is unlikely that we’ll get a peek in.
The U by Uniworld river cruises will make their first voyages for customers in April. The cruises will navigate through European rivers in France, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Hungary and Slovakia.