Smithsonian Channel Calls All Aboard for the Season Premiere of "Mighty Cruise Ships" followed by the New Series "Mighty Trains"

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31 August 2017
Mighty Cruise Ships
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Season Premiere of "Mighty Cruise Ships"
Followed by
Series Premiere of "Mighty Trains"

Premieres Sunday, September 3 at 8 PM ET/PT on Smithsonian Channel
          Embark on a journey across the globe on some of the world’s most luxurious cruises and remarkable trains, exploring breathtaking landscapes on land and sea while experiencing the unique ways passengers can travel the world. Voyage on some of the most extraordinary vessels and locomotives and meet the engineers and crews behind these incredible machines as they travel to locales near and far; with first-class amenities, it’s no wonder these trains and cruise ships are so distinguished. “MIGHTY CRUISE SHIPS” and “MIGHTY TRAINS” premiere on Sunday, September 3 at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. ET/PT, respectively, on Smithsonian Channel.
          Set sail on a series of first-class cruises with all-new episodes of “MIGHTY CRUISE SHIPS” and travel to remote islands, exotic cities, untamed coasts and historic wonders. These ships go anywhere adventure calls, whisking passengers off to high-end, far-off destinations in Indonesia, French Polynesia, Cape Horn, Russia and beyond. Delivering breathtaking experiences, however, often means overcoming substantial obstacles, and crews work to ensure smooth sailing through dangerous waters and extreme weather aboard temperamental vessels on an enormous scale.
Mighty Trains
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          Climb aboard “MIGHTY TRAINS” and get an exclusive look at some of the world’s most iconic and extravagant locomotives. From vintage and luxury to high-speed and revolutionary, these mighty trains travel great distances, navigating honeymooners through Canada’s diverse terrain, commuters across Japan’s earthquake-prone tectonic plates and everyone in between. “MIGHTY TRAINS” joins some of the most expansive train lines and their crews as they work to transport passengers comfortably, punctually and in style.
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