The singer of the Immingham cruise ship is back on board after the lockdown

Singer Gary Williams is back on cruise ships after spending 560 days on dry land.

The Immingham-born singer “sighed in relief” as he boarded the Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas.

Like other artists in the entertainment industry, he was forced to take a break from work during the Covid-19 pandemic.

As the cruise ships restart, he says they are “taking absolutely no risks” for the health and safety of their crew and guests.

He wrote on his Blog: “The new rules are so strict that the poor guy who was in line next to me was sent home because his papers were not in order.

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Singer Gary Williams is back on cruise ships after spending 560 days on dry land.

Gary, who is the star of the West End’s “Rat Pack”, has performed for The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace, “Winter Wonderland” at Royal Albert Hall and BBC1’s “Doctor Who Christmas Special”, to name but a few. name a few.

He spends two weeks in quarantine in his cabin before meeting his teammate.

Speaking about his time in quarantine, Gary added, “They bring me food (surprisingly good), I have wifi (predictably bad) and a balcony to soak up the sun.

“I’m trying to get some exercise although my FitBit tells me I only did 28 steps today – it’s not a very big cabin.

“I’m happy enough – to keep busy and not go crazy.


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“However, another artist on board told me that he happened to walk past his mirror and yell ‘boo!’ Just to make himself laugh.

The crew will begin welcoming guests on board from July – their Covid 19 measures have yet to be announced.

Gary said: “I can’t tell you how excited everyone on board is to welcome the guests again and start doing what we all do best.

“Let’s all hope that things continue to move in the right direction and that we can all enjoy a great summer. Who knows, maybe I’ll welcome you on board myself. “