Video: Win a Copy of Love Boat Actor Gavin MacLeod’s Memoir

October 28, 2013 | By | 51 Comments

For those of us of a certain age, cruising entered our lives through Saturday night TV when Pacific Princess – aka “The Love Boat” – set sail on ABC with its lovable cast of characters (and special guest stars).
Capt. Merrill Stubing, played by actor Gavin MacLeod, presided over the onboard antics of the ship’s passengers and crew with paternal fondness, appearing ever charming in his spotless dress whites. Between 1977 and 1986, MacLeod appeared in every episode of the 10-season series, which ranked among the most popular shows on television during that time.
Turns out things weren’t so pleasant behind the scenes for MacLeod; his recently released memoir, “This is Your Captain Speaking: My Fantastic Voyage Through Hollywood, Faith & Life,” explores health problems, multiple marriages and struggles with alcohol and depression. He also became active in the Pentecostal movement, and has since remarried his first wife.
Now 82, the actor continues to serve as an ambassador for Princess (he is currently in Fort Lauderdale, sailing on a Royal Princess preview cruise). Before he left, he recorded this video just for Cruise Critic. Watch to find out about his favorite Love Boat situations, the places that are still on his bucket list and why you should always pack lots of clean underwear.
Want to win a copy of MacLeod’s book? We have several signed copies to give away. To enter, please leave a comment with your favorite Love Boat memory.
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    51 Responses to “Video: Win a Copy of Love Boat Actor Gavin MacLeod’s Memoir”

    1. Kris J
      October 28th, 2013 @ 3:12 pm

      I have so many memories of The Love Boat.I was probably only 10 or 11 when I started watching, but since the first time I saw the Pacific Princes, I knew I wanted to go on a cruise and it was #1 on my bucket list. I took my first cruise in 2012, and am officially hooked. Been on one this year and have 2 more 2 booked for the coming year.
      My favorite characters were Issac and Julie. Had a bit of a crush on Juile and Issac was just the coolest guy on the show. Can’t wait to read the “captain’s” book. Its great to see him still involved in the cruise industry and he looks great. God has blessed him and turned his life around, what a wonderful story.

    2. Scott Lara
      October 28th, 2013 @ 3:35 pm

      My favorite episode was called The Business of Love/Crash Diet Crisis/I’ll Never Fall in Love Again.

      I always enjoyed the dynamic between Morey Amsterdam and Rose Marie from the Dick Van Dyke show!

      Scott Lara

    3. Jacqui Ridler
      October 28th, 2013 @ 3:48 pm

      I was on the Love Boat in the mid 1980’s in the Caribbean she had a gold grand piano…I’d love to win a copy of the book

    4. Scott Ladewig
      October 28th, 2013 @ 5:53 pm

      The hurricane episode Gavin mentioned is the one that comes to mind. If I recall it was a two part episode, and was pretty dramatic as episodes went. We’d sailing on Royal Princess tomorrow, and think it’s great that Gavin is on her for the two-day preview. Only wish he could stay on for our cruise!

    5. Marissa Ciolino
      October 28th, 2013 @ 6:06 pm

      I don’t think age matters when it comes to this show; young or old it’s so enjoyable. Plus it’s much better than the majority of shows on TV nowadays.
      I wasn’t born before or around the time when The Love Boat came out on TV. So I never had the opportunity to look forward to The Love Boat on Saturdays. Because I’m just a young adult in college, I never was introduced the show at all my whole life. I went on my first cruise when I was 8 years old but I didn’t fall head over heals for cruising until I was 13 and took my second cruise on Princess’s Dawn Princess. From the moment I stepped aboard the ship I knew cruising will be my life and it still is nearly 7 years later. My passion/love for cruises grows everyday. I did a lot of researching about cruising right after that cruise and stumbled upon a show called The Love Boat.I bought Season 1, volume 2. Not only was it on a cruise ship, but it was on a Princess ship (my favorite cruise line)! I watched my first episode and I was hooked!
      My favorite Love Boat memory is the first episode I watched, I chose at random and it was “Last of the Stubings/ Million Dollar Man/ The Sisters” I never laughed so hard in my life but also the episode was relatable, I’m not as clumsy as Stubing’s nephew but I am clumsy! Even following my passion, people call me crazy for loving cruises so much! The most important thing in life is doing what you love. Something very evident in that episode. I still watch The Love Boat as much as time allows. I can never say no to a good laugh! Sorry this was long, but I’m going to watch some more Love Boat right now! Bon Voyage!

    6. Tom Sands
      October 28th, 2013 @ 8:11 pm

      This was easy to answer, Season 1, Episode 1, “The Captain and the Lady” arc. Gavin MacLeod defined his Captain Stubing character in the very first episode. This character was smart, dedicated, proud, a little scary and tough. Captain Stubing also showed that he was caring, loving, protective of his boat AND crew. Gavin MacLeod set the tone which allowed his character grow as the series did. When he connected to his daughter in Season 3, it was not surprising that he would want her to stay with him.

      The whole reason that I started watching The Love Boat, is because of Gavin MacLeod’s acting on the Mary Tyler Moore show, which had wrapped up. I knew that he would bring magic to anything else he performed on.

    7. Brenda Johnson
      October 29th, 2013 @ 8:48 am

      I don’t have any one specific favorite… I just remember watching The Love Boat- with my parents and my sister, and being happy! The show always ended on a happy note, the characters were smiling and conflict was infrequent and quickly resolved- again with smiles! GREAT tv, great memories and indeed I too have joined the legions of cruisers! They sure don’t make shows like The Love Boat anymore… they should!!!

    8. Carmen
      October 29th, 2013 @ 8:50 am

      My favorite memory of The Love Boat is that I used to watch it with my grandmother every week. It just looked to glamorous and exciting!

    9. Dean Smith
      October 29th, 2013 @ 8:59 am

      My wife and I watched The Love Boat religiously every week. The show was instrumental in helping us make our decision to take a cruse for our 5th wedding anniversary in 1980. We just loved the scene where a couple would be standing on deck in the evening gazing out on the moon lit ocean. When we took our cruse we went out on deck and were nearly blown off! very different from the Hollywood version! The show has recently begun to air on MeTV and it is so much fun to watch and reminisce.

    10. Karen Smith
      October 29th, 2013 @ 9:05 am

      This show started my love of cruising! I watched e wry week and hoped one day I’d be able to take a cruise and see the ‘Love Boat’ for myself! All these years later I just came back from my 20th cruise! Thank you Love Boat! :)

    11. donna zito
      October 29th, 2013 @ 9:08 am

      I love watching Love Boat. I really enjoy the reruns that show in our rooms. I have been on many cruises and by far, Princess is my # 1. I went on Golden last Aug and I can see why Princess is # 1 Alaskan cruise lines. I am so excited to be on the Royal cruise Nov 10. Charo did bring fun to the series. Every show brought a smile to your face. I enjoyed Doc & Issac’s blend to the show as well as Julie & Vicky. Mr MacLeod I enjoyed you on Mary Tyler Moore also. When you were talking about cruising the British Isles, that is me also. I am Scottish and would love to see my Heritage.

    12. Ray Ng
      October 29th, 2013 @ 9:09 am

      My favourite Love Boat episodes, were the 2 that was shot in Hong Kong in 1983/84. It contains some of the rare High Definition TV footage of Hong Kong during that time. Back then the Local TV stations in Hong Kong did not have equipment and production techniques to shot such high quality outside TV footages. Almost 30 years later, I went on a cruise that disembarked at Ocean Terminal in Hong Kong, where the “Love Boat” was dock all those years ago. To my surprise it seems the disembarking and customs procedures at Ocean Terminal seem not to have changed much in 30 years. Luckily this year the new Cruise Terminal in Hong Kong had open, I hope things are better now.

    13. Trisha Carter
      October 29th, 2013 @ 9:14 am

      I loved watching the Love Boat and praying that someday I would have the chance to sail away to a Paradise.
      It took many decades but we are about to take our 26th cruise.

      My favorite Love Boat memory is “The Captain’s Captain.” I love Gavin MacLeod and I always found Phil Silvers extremely funny the two of them together had tears running down my face.

    14. Kelly Tarman
      October 29th, 2013 @ 9:18 am

      I was 7 years old when the Love Boat debuted. It was during this time that my love for cruising was beginning to develop. As soon as I was old enough to pay for my own trip I booked my first cruise back in the early 90’s and have been addicted to cruising since.

      My mother had a huge crush on Gavin and I thought Gopher was pretty cute myself. I don’t think I would have ever taken a cruise without this show, so I credit Love Boat for my addiction….this is a GOOD thing!!!

      Recently our cable network started playing reruns of Love Boat on MeTV and I have my DVR set to record each Sunday at 1pm so my kids can get a taste of what cruising is like. They have never cruised before, but that will change in January of 2014 when all my kids (ages 12-17) will be on their first cruise. It is their Christmas present and they will not find out until Christmas morning when they open a bunch of gag gifts before the unveiling of the trip they will be embarking on two weeks later. Can’t wait!

      I would love this memoir to add to my collection of all things cruising.

      Bon Voyage!


    15. Bruce Marshall
      October 29th, 2013 @ 9:25 am

      My favorite episode was “Miss Mother” loved that one….lots of stars and very funny….im definitely going out and buy your book!

    16. Sue Willis
      October 29th, 2013 @ 9:26 am

      The Love Boat made me want to cruise! Didn’t get to go until the last decade but love it! A lot different than the show’s sets but fun. I remember how big the cabins were on the show, guess they got suites!

    17. Stephen Ducar
      October 29th, 2013 @ 9:29 am

      Love the Love boat. The older episodes were some of the best

    18. Casey Scharven
      October 29th, 2013 @ 9:48 am

      It was simply a part of our Saturday evening, along with Fantasy Island – on ABC. I really enjoyed Capt Stubing’s character – his even-handedness; I understand originally this was not his personality and Gavin worked with the producers to change it.

    19. Jill Glesner
      October 29th, 2013 @ 9:50 am

      I love The Love Boat and the “crew”– several favorite episodes come to mind but one that has always stuck with me even as a kid back in 70s and 80s was the 2-parter (think it was first season) called “The Eyes of Love / Masquerade / Hollywood Royalty / The Caper” where the bumbling guys try multiple times to steal the huge diamond that a rich woman had.
      As an adult, another 2-parter that I am still waiting to see the 2nd part to (my parents taped the first part off of Nickelodeon years ago but so far, haven’t found the 2nd part among our old vhs tapes) is the 4th season one that they filmed on an actual cruise to St.Thomas/Curacao, etc as I my first cruise ever on the Grand Princess in 2011 that included those ports. Love to see the islands in the background!

      Thanks “Captain Stubing” for the show memories and hope to see you some day on a Princess cruise!

    20. Deb E
      October 29th, 2013 @ 10:00 am

      Loved watching it as a kid and watch it every Sunday now on ME TV in LA. My favorite episode with the Captain is when he falls for John Ritter in drag (Season 1, Episode 2: Oh Dale!) trying to get a date with her/him all during the cruise. So funny and so glad I can watch all the stars again. Takes me back.

    21. Mimi
      October 29th, 2013 @ 10:20 am

      I watched the Love Boat faithfully as I had already been on several cruises — my first when I was 8 on Moore-McCormick SS Brasil in 1959-60 from NYC down the east coast of S. America over a long Christmas vacation and it was then I knew cruising was for me. It was great to hear that Gavin wants to go to Brazil — Rio — as I did that in 1959. Although no episode stands out particularly, I though Julie was the best CD and Isaac the friendliest bartender.

      I was so sad to hear several months ago that the Pacific Princess has gone to her grave and the scrapyard, but I guess such is the fate of most ships at some point.

      My husband and I also sailed on the last Royal Princess a few years ago on the Amazon and through the Caribbean and we thoroughly enjoy that size ship.

      Although I know I wouldn’t receive it by Nov. 1, 2013, I am leaving on my 19th cruise Friday and would love to have had a copy of his book in my hands. Princess is our favorite line — our first to Alaska in 1999 — and the last two cruises with Princess have been in the Mediterranean which we thoroughly enjoy and I can read Gavin’s memoirs on our next Princess cruise next year, hopefully on the new Royal Princess.

    22. Sharon McFarland
      October 29th, 2013 @ 10:21 am

      I loved the Love Boat! So much so that I knew I would one day be a cruiser! I arrange so many girls’ cruises at work they call me “Julie McCoy, cruise director!” I especially loved Christmas episodes. In one, there was a Santa that was suicidal and Julie made him feel better. Of course, he thought Julie loved him…
      I am a sucker for a happy ending. :)

    23. Joel Ostroff
      October 29th, 2013 @ 10:52 am

      I remember an episode from season 1 with Paul Williams, (he wrote the iconic Love Boat Theme) Michelle Lee and Marcia Wallace (RIP.
      Paul had to get married to receive an inheritance. This episode probably holds the record for on board marriage proposals.
      Having said that there are few, if any episodes, that weren’t entertaining.
      Love the show and the cast.

    24. pcreek
      October 29th, 2013 @ 11:32 am

      I loved the Love Boat! Since watching that show – faithfully – I had always dreamed of cruising when I was older. Thankfully, I have been able to! I don’t have a specific favorite episode..but enjoyed them all. Funny how huge the cabins on the show seemed!(they are not)
      Funny that we cruise with NCL, and they have a cruise director named Julie..Not the same one, of course, but we always think of the show.I would Love to win a book! Thanks for the opportunity! Pamela

    25. Nicole Heiler
      October 29th, 2013 @ 11:35 am

      Everything about the Love Boat reminds me of my youth! I especially loved the ‘musical’ episodes in which the whole cast used to perform (sing and dance). What fun memories!

    26. Virginia
      October 29th, 2013 @ 11:53 am

      I have wonderful memories of watching The Love Boat and of course, Captain Stubing! I just have to say, Gavin MacLeod is still a handsome man, charming and just a joy to watch and listen to. Hope to sail on a Princess cruise one day soon!

    27. Liz Moreau
      October 29th, 2013 @ 12:55 pm

      When I was in college, every Sat night my best friend and I would walk to the local pizza shop and bring back a 1/2 pepperoni and 1/2 mushroom pizza to her dorm room and watch Love Boat on a small portable black and white tv with rabbit ears. It was our Sat ritual and we looked forward to it. We still talk about it today!

      I always enjoyed the episodes that had Paul Williams in them.

    28. Alex Chan
      October 29th, 2013 @ 1:56 pm

      In the mid 70’s during my colllege year in Miami, I worked for Eastern Steamship Line. Overnight The Love Boat turned the ” newly weds or nearly dead ” cruise industry into what it is today. The most interesting memories of watching rerun of The Love Boat was how SMALL the Pacific Princess was ! I had not cruise for over 30 years and started again in 2006 and had been cruising at least once a year. Thank you Captain Stubing !

    29. Paige Reeder
      October 29th, 2013 @ 4:16 pm

      The Love Boat is part of my childhood. It’s part of my memories, and it brought me joy and laughter to watch this show. The whole family sat down together and watched The Love Boat. I miss that show! How about a reunion movie?! Please?

    30. Holly
      October 29th, 2013 @ 4:33 pm

      I LOVE The Love Boat. I always remember the women swooning over Doc! I would love the book!

    31. Jane Lindsay
      October 29th, 2013 @ 5:11 pm

      Loved the Loveboat because every week it had different celebrities on board. Before entertainment tonight and tmz it was a chance to see well loved and maybe not as well known celebrities! And of course who didn’t want to grow up to be Julie the cruise director!

    32. Sonya Jones
      October 29th, 2013 @ 5:39 pm

      “Love,exciting and new come aboard.Were expecting you.Love,lifes sweetest reward.let it flow,it floats back to you”….In my eyes the absolute favourite memory is the episode my mum was on…When in 1981 the Love Boat was filmed in Australia.My Mum and Aunty where on it and also where extras a few times.Stars I remember mum mentioning..Lloyd Bridges{Mum favourite and had photo and dance with him},Patrick Duffy{Bobby from Dallas}and Delvene Delany{Aussie actress}. I was always a fan ,still am!Mum and I would sit and watch together,it will always have special memories for me.It’s been 4yrs yesterday since I lost my Mum{29/10/2009}and in November 2013 I will finally be living the dream when my family and I go on our first cruise.Thanks for the memories!! <3

    33. Terry
      October 29th, 2013 @ 6:11 pm

      So many good memories of ‘The Love Boat’ and all the episodes were fun to watch. Sailing on Princess Cruises for the last 6 years has been exciting and experience the sights and sounds. Thanks Gavin for inspiring us!

    34. Melissa Lagerquist
      October 29th, 2013 @ 8:37 pm

      I was in elementary school during The Love Boat’s run. My sister and I would have slumber parties with the neighbor girls, drinking soda, eating popcorn, and watching The Love Boat, followed by Fantasy Island. We would often “play” Love Boat too. Of course, I always wanted to be Julie, but because I was the youngest, I had to be Gopher. Such a good childhood memory! Thanks for beng a part of my childhood, Gavin Macleod! I leave on my next Princess cruise this Friday and always think about Captain Stubing.

    35. Sasha
      October 30th, 2013 @ 12:49 am

      I love all the guest stars they had on the show. I’m so glad we gave reruns. :)

    36. Linda Starke
      October 30th, 2013 @ 1:47 am

      I remember all those years ago when the Love Boat was filmed in Sydney Australia. The Cast seemed at the time to be having a ball at seeing some of our wildlife and the sights. I haven’t been on any Princess cruises, but I have cruised with Royal Caribbean, and I was on the Rhapsody of the seas coming into Sydney Harbor, when the Captain said that of all the ports he’s been to, Sydney was always the most picturesque he had ever sailed a ship into. Makes you proud to be an Aussie.

    37. Denise Reading
      October 30th, 2013 @ 4:26 am

      I watched the Love Boat every week in England and dreamed of going on a Princess cruise one day. It took me so long – my first cruise was to Alaska 8 years ago, and since then we’ve done 3 more, the latest on Royal Princess. Hope to do many more and wish I’d started earlier. I love Princess.

    38. Randall Toney
      October 30th, 2013 @ 5:09 am

      This show was and still is my all time favorite.
      As kids we could only dream of such glamor traveling this way and seeing the world. Like many others, this show was the start of my cruise vacation life and I have been on many cruises to date and plan to cruise many more times in the future. There’s no better way to vacation than this.
      I hope that one day I can meet some of the Love Boat cast in person.

    39. Jane Cunningham
      October 30th, 2013 @ 9:00 am

      I was in my early 20’s – newly married and starting a family – we lived on a farm and I’d watch the Love Boat each week and DREAM of what it would be like to travel on a ship. It was a vacation each week for me and helped plant the seed in my mind that someday I too would travel and cruise. Fast forward to today – mid 50’s and that seed has grown and it now reality. Thanks Love Boat for ALL the memories!

    40. steve jacobson
      October 30th, 2013 @ 10:26 am

      I loved the episode with Carol Channing, Ethel Merman, Ann Miller etc where they all did singing and dancing. I think it was the best one. I watch it occasionally on Youtube. I always wondered how just four people could do so much on a ship especially when the captain was intermingling with guests.

    41. PrincessDi
      October 30th, 2013 @ 7:40 pm

      In 2002, my Darling Daughter, Son-in-Law, Jennifer (9), and Steven (11) cruised from NYC to Bermuda on the Old Pacific Princess – one of her last cruises before leaving our Fleet. I remember that, on Bermuda, Jen and I took a horse-driven carriage in the rain. I love the way the British dress, with their stylish Bermuda Shorts and long stockings.

      My family had 2 cabins Forward and my single was way Aft. On the way back to NYC, we were battling a hurricane. Baby Jen came back to my cabin to visit and said, “Grama, isn’t this fun? Just like riding a horsey.” I still have great photos and wonderful memories of that Dear Old Princess.

      I was telling a Purser about my being thrown off the toilet and into the shower. She told me that she was IN the shower and thrown out of it. Well, at least I had some clothes on. It just took me a while to roll over and get myself up.

      Yes, cruising would not be so affordable and luxurious today if it had not been for this Love series. Being Elite (35 cruises) I have been to all the continents; however, I have never cruised the British Isles. I am Scots-Irish and it is about time. Next year (2014), I shall see Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and Great Britain. I will be looking for Captain Merrill Stubing aboard.

      I love Gavin MacLeod and yes, I did pretend that I was Julie. I watched all the episodes with my 3 children. They would lie on the carpet and I was in my recliner, at sea with all the beautiful characters aboard our Love Boat.

      I use PrincessDi because DI are my initials.

    42. Jack Turner
      October 31st, 2013 @ 12:17 pm

      Love Boat sparked our interest in cruising. My favorite episodes were those that visited beautiful Alaska as the scenery was so beautiful and the names of places like Ketchikan were so intriquing. This led to 3 cruises to Alaska over a 20 year period as well as others to Hawaii and the Carribbean. Thanks, Love Boat.

    43. Trish Reed
      November 1st, 2013 @ 9:33 am

      My favorite memory of Love Boat was cuddling with my mom on the couch watching all that fun at sea. Mom was a hairdresser and Saturday was her busy day. By evening she was exhausted. Curled up on the couch under a mountain of blankets and laughing was the best way to end the week.

    44. Susan J F
      November 4th, 2013 @ 3:44 pm

      Watching “The Love Boat” was the first time I cation would saw what a cruise vacation could be like. I was only a kid but it looked wonderful. I finally realized that dream in 2001 when we took a cruise with my husband and two teens. I was hooked! We love Princess and my husband doesn’t want to cruise any other line. We’ll be on the Royal Princess in January…still living that dream as often as possible.

    45. Tim
      November 7th, 2013 @ 11:48 am

      My favorite episode was when Captain Stubing wanted to lose weight to impress an old girlfriend. I can still picture some of the hilarious expressions on Gavin MacLeod’s face in that episode, and the antics of the other crew members were also quite amusing.

    46. Shellie Falkenberg
      November 8th, 2013 @ 12:29 am

      My favorite Love Boat show was the Royal Princess transiting the Panama Canal. I told my husband that we should do the exact same cruise on the same ship for our anniversary since we will only do one cruise. Not true because we have taken 60 cruises with 48 on Princess and recently traveled on the new Royal Princess. When we arrived in Acapulco we saw the Royal Princess as the Airport bus turned. The Royal towered over all the ships in Port. She was huge but not by today’s standards. Gavin McCloud just happened to be on our ship doing promotional stills. What a treat to be on the beautiful Royal Princess, meet Captain Stubbing and celebrate our Anniversary. Who could ask for a more perfect vacation.

    47. Joyce Erwin
      November 8th, 2013 @ 2:32 pm

      My favorite Love Boat memory was aboard the original Royal Princess in 1984 where they were filming Love Boat Panama Canal for a 2 hour special. For 17 days my Mother and I were part of a very special and magical cruise. Not only was the cast so friendly to us, we got to interact with some of the best old movie stars like Lana Turner, Stewart Granger, Haley Mills, Connie Stevens, goes on and on. At the end of the cruise Gavin came to our stateroom and presented us with his signed script for the cruise. Gavin, you were and always will be a true gentleman to us. Mom is now 95, but that is still our favorite cruise of all time and you made it so. Thank you Sorry I missed you in Ft Lauderdale for the Royal…you should have stayed for the 5 day cruise… maybe next time. Joyce Erwin. P.S. I still have the script and all of the Princess Patters and pictures and great memories.

    48. Patty
      November 8th, 2013 @ 8:38 pm

      I Love Gavin! I saw him on the TODAY Show, promoting his book and he was smiling as usual. I have many fond memories of watching him on The Love Boat and The Mary Tyler Moore Show. We always watched as a family in those days.

    49. Mary Miller
      November 8th, 2013 @ 9:13 pm

      I remember watching the Love Boat when my husband and I were newly married. Taking a cruise seemed like a dream…something we would NEVER be able to afford. I am happy to say that we have been on six cruises now and looking forward to our first Princess cruise in one month…and our second Princess cruise is already booked to Alaska next summer! Yes…we are hooked! Thanks Gavin for the dream that actually came true!

    50. Kathy
      November 19th, 2013 @ 1:54 pm

      My favorite Love Boat memory is seeing all of the Charro episodes and then later being able to actually see Charro as the Headliner Entertainer on a Princess cruise!

    51. scott buss
      December 8th, 2013 @ 2:41 pm

      My favorite times growing up were with my sisters and brother watching tv.This was my sisters favorite show and I became hooked to find out what happen next to the Captain and his crew!I miss these times and its hard to get our family all together but these were special moments that I have to cherish and hold on :)

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