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Ambassador sponsors local cricket club

Ambassador Cruise Line is the club's official travel partner and principal shirt sponsor for the Royal London Cup
Supporters of Essex Cricket Club are being offered the chance to win tickets for Ambassador Cruise Line’s five-night Cricketing Legends sailing in December, after the line was declared the club’s platinum sponsor for the next three years.

Ambassador will be the club’s official travel partner and principal shirt sponsor for the Royal London One-Day Cup held in August and September, and support members’ events throughout the season. 

The line is based in Essex and launched its first ship Ambience from Essex’s Tilbury port. 

Exclusive offers for club fans

Explained Gordon Nardini, chief marketing officer, Ambassador Cruise Line, ‘We are thrilled to be Essex Cricket’s official travel partner and front-of-shirt sponsor for the Eagles Royal London Cup campaign.

‘We launched our first ship, Ambience, from her home port of London Tilbury, Essex in April this year.

Through our partnership with the club, we look forward to working and supporting the local community, while providing exclusive offers and discounts to members, fans and fellow partners…’

Cricket enthusiasts invited onboard Ambience 

Added John Stephenson, chief executive and interim chair, Essex Cricket, ‘...‘It has been wonderful to see the passion Ambassador has already shown for the local community, which included welcoming the Nifty Fifties walking cricket team on board their flagship in June. 

‘Their community spirit, paired with the enthusiasm in their ongoing supporter engagement, highlights a commitment to the club and we look forward to seeing what we can achieve together in the coming years.’  


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