Champion Olympians Cate and Bronte Campbell were spotted having a more relaxing swim than their usual in the pool onboard P&O Cruises’ Pacific Dawn on the weekend, with the swimming sisters taking some holiday time on their first-ever cruise.
Onboard the three-night food and wine themed cruise to talk about healthy eating in their role as Uncle Tobys’ ambassadors, the sisters drew a sizable crowd at a special Q&A session with guests, afterwards signing autographs and giving fellow passengers the chance to wear their Olympic medals.
After enjoying their first swim since they left the Olympic pool in Rio last month, the sisters tried their hand at some of the top-deck P&O Edge Adventure Park activities including the flying fox and segways.
The sisters also made waves on the bridge, with the ship’s Captain and crew giving them a special tour during their time onboard.
As part of their ambassador duties, Cate and Bronte hosted an exclusive Uncle Tobys’ breakfast with guests and took part in healthy breakfast presentations to passengers over the three days.
The sisters also raised more than $700 for P&O’s charity Save the Children though the special Uncle Tobys’ breakfast and a passenger auction of a swimming costume donated by the girls.
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