- DURATION 60 mins
More tales of high jinks on the high seas and ports of call as Vince continues his look in front of and behind the scenes of cruising from Alaska to Zanzibar. Why were the Orinoco Indians wearing Viking hats? Why do planes fly through the Corinth Canal? Why did the pretty lady stab the Captain at dinner? How did the Chinese immigration officials get their own back? Is that Angel Falls on the left? Why do passengers lose their baggage intentionally? That’s not Stromboli, it’s fireworks! Why is Albania closed? Vince will tell you why!
- Duration: 60 mins
- Online Zoom event: Join from your computer, phone or tablet (no replay available)
- Join as an individual or book for private groups up to 300
Meet the Host, Vince
During his 60 years in showbiz and cruise directing, Vince Eager has collected a wealth of stories, anecdotes, tales, call them what you will, that he enjoys talking and writing about. His on-stage popularity over the years has recently spun off into the success he’s enjoyed with his book, “Vince Eager’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Files” and his presentations. Along with his performing and writing, Vince is becoming more and more in demand for his talks and visual media presentations.
Preparing for the Event
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Vince Eager was really droll and funny, and very entertaining. I look forward to watching and listening to his further reminiscences and anecdotes about the pop music world of yesteryear.
Very enjoyable talk thank you.