On Sunday 24th October 2010 another of our drawings was taken aboard the Princess Curises’ vessel, Ruby Princess. Harry Cotterill, President & Managing Director Dream Designs Colchester asked Sue Miller, who has been following our progress for over a year, if she would be kind enough to take a drawing aboard with her and present it to the Commodore.
Sue Miller was also joined aboard the Ruby Princess by another of our most loyal followers, Sheila Herrington. During the 7 night Caribbean cruise Sue and Sheila were both lucky enough to have the opportunity to join a group of other passengers on the bridge of Ruby Princess where they were able to present our drawing to the Commodore of the Princess Cruises fleet.
Both Sue and Sheila informed us that the Commodore was most impressed with Harry’s drawing and his passion for cruise ships. He handed round the newspaper article which Harry had enclosed with the drawing to share with the other passengers during the bridge visit.
Harry Cotterill, President & Managing Director Dream Designs Colchester said: "It was so great to hear that Sue and Sheila had the chance to visit the bridge and present our drawing to the Commodore in person for us. I was also pleased to hear that he took great interest in my work too!"
Harry's Drawing of Ruby Princess
The Commodore told both Sue and Sheila that he would find the perfect place to hang the drawing aboard Ruby Princess.
Harry Cotterill, President & Managing Director Dream Designs Colchester added: "We were so delighted that Sue agreed to take the drawing aboard on behalf of us. It was wonderful to hear that Sheila was also able to join Sue as well during the bridge visit along with the other passengers. I was very happy to hear that the drawing will be hung aboard for others to enjoy"
We would like to take this opportuntiy to thank both Sue and Sheila for taking the drawing aboard Ruby Princess on behalf of us!
Harry Cotterill set up his blog when he was just 16-years old, making him one of the youngest cruise bloggers in the world. In later years he became known across the world for his amazing talent of drawing cruise ships!