We welcome enquiries across the world for Three’s A Charm acrobatic trio.
They are ideal for cruise ship entertainment contracts worldwide.
They are very creative and can adjust to any of your requests.
They can also work new material for your show.
Three’s A Charm are willing to consider performances for your music and your costumes.
Watch the video which was shot at the International Circus Festival in Spain in March 2014.
This acrobatic trio is available for your proposals for the 2018 season. Totally professional and talented duo for corporate events worldwide.
Three’s A Charm Acrobat Trio
Cruising has become a major part of the tourism industry, accounting for U.S.$29.4 billion with over 19 million passengers carried worldwide in 2011.
The industry’s rapid growth has seen nine or more newly built ships catering to a North American clientele added every year since 2001, as well as others servicing European clientele.
Smaller markets, such as the Asia-Pacific region, are generally serviced by older ships. These are displaced by new ships in the high growth areas.
As most of the passengers on a cruise are affluent and have considerable ransom potential, not to mention a considerable amount of cash and jewellery on board (casino and shops), there have been several high-profile pirate attacks on cruise ships, such as on the Seabourn Spirit and MSC Melody.
The world’s largest cruise ship is currently Royal Caribbean International’s Harmony of the Seas beating her sister ships (Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas) by about 2.15 metres.
Passengers entering the cruise ship are screened by metal detectors. Explosive detection machines used include X-ray machines and explosives trace-detection portal machines (a.k.a. “puffer machines”), to prevent weapons and contraband on board. Security has been considerably tightened since September 11, 2001, such that these measures are similar to airport security.
Queen Mary 2 was for a time the largest passenger ship before being surpassed by Royal Caribbean International’s Freedom-class vessels in 2006. The Freedom-class ships were in turn overtaken by RCI’s Oasis-class vessels which entered service in 2009 and 2010. (Wikipedia)