Brits: Win Tickets to the London Cruise Show!

March 1, 2010

(12:05 p.m. EST) -- This year's Cruise Show in London is fast approaching, and Cruise Critic has 25 pairs of tickets to give away! On March 27 or 28, you could join a whole host of cruise lines and cruise experts to learn more about holidays at sea.

The Cruise Show, sponsored by the Daily Telegraph, is returning to London for a second year -- this time to Olympia. It promises more attractions, expert talks and access to cruise lines than last year's inaugural event. And, Cruise Critic UK will be there, too, so please do stop by and say hello!

We have teamed up with the show organisers to give away 25 pairs of tickets for either day at the show. Here's how to win:

To Enter

Answer the five trivia questions below. It's easy, plus for some, we've provided hints and links!

Send your five answers plus your name, mailing address and telephone number to


Which Italian line will be offering relaxing spa treatments to visitors at the show? See our previous story on the show for help and to take a peek at what's in store.

Royal Caribbean will be displaying which fun activity at the show? Find the answer on the Cruise Show Web site.

What is the name of Cunard's soon-to-launch ship? For a hint, go to our Cunard profile.

Where is the Cruise Show being held this year?

Fred. Olsen will be returning to the Cruise Show this year. All of the line's ship names start with the same letter of the alphabet -- which letter is it? Here's a clue.

Competition Rules

The contest begins on Monday, 1 March, 2010, and will close at 5 p.m. GMT on Friday, 5 March, 2010. All entrants who e-mail the correct answers to each of the five trivia questions will be entered into a draw to win two tickets to the Telegraph Cruise Show.

You must be at least 18 years old to participate; U.K. residents only. No purchase necessary. Send your email to Limit one entry per person. Approximate retail value of each ticket is £10; tickets are valid for one of either show days.

Good luck!

--by Kelly Ranson, U.K. Editor