‘The Real Love Boat’: Meet Sari, Who Is Searching for Love at Sea

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If you love love, if you love sexy singles, if you love glamorous European destinations, boy, does 10 have a show for you.

Where’s Bachie gone? No one knows. Instead, 10 is giving us a brand new dating show that’s essentially Love Island on a boat, and to be honest, we’re into it.

The Real Love Boat takes place aboard the Princess Cruises ship, Regal Princess, and will see our contestants travel the seas — visiting picturesque locations in SpainGreece, France, Italy, Turkey and Montenegro along the way — as they search for a lasting love match.

One of our eligible singles looking for love this season is 24-year-old content creator and retail assistant Sari Thaiday, from Queensland.

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Thaiday prides herself on being confident, direct, and she strives to make the most of every opportunity that comes her way, and now, she’s ready to find love.

As for the kind of person who would make her perfect match, she’s looking for someone family-oriented, who is passionate about politics and has a caring nature.

Meanwhile, she describes herself as “straight forward, opinionated, independent, unpredictable and real”.

A strong-minded, passionate person, Thaiday is hoping that “her big mouth” doesn’t scare off any eligible love connections on board the Regal Princess.

Hosted by Darren McMullen, The Real Love Boat also features Cruise Director Hannah Ferrier — who Bravo heads will recognise from Below Deck Mediterranean — as well as Head of Entertainment Daniel Doody, and Princess Cruises’ Captain Paolo Arrigo.

Will any of our singles find love and never let go? Or will it be a titanic disaster? Only time will tell.

The Real Love Boat airs at 8.30pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays, only on 10 and 10 Play on Demand.

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