Are people in the travel industry as crazy as chefs, fashion designers and real estate salesmen?
We’ll find out when Bravo launches its newest upscale reality series, “First Class All the Way,” which premieres Nov. 3.
“First Class All the Way” follows Sara Duffy, founder of a Los Angeles-based multimillion-dollar travel concierge business that specializes in providing demanding clients with dream vacations.
According to the network, billionaires, socialites and entertainment moguls turn to Ms. Duffy and her team of travel experts to scour the world in search of the best one-of-a-kind experiences.
“Outrageous demands from their clients are nothing out of the ordinary as her team ensures that there is no mission too great, no corner of the world too remote and no experience too immense,” the network said describing the series. “From private yachts, million-dollar villas and exclusive resorts, Duffy and her team make the dreams of the rich and famous come true.”
Ms. Duffy has worked in the travel industry for 17 years and was named one of Travel & Leisure magazine’s A-list agents. While her business is dedicated to providing relaxing vacations, the office is anything but calm. The drama stays in the background while customers receive first-class treatment, the network said.
Among the trips Ms. Duffy’s firm books during the season are a private tour of the Monaco royal family’s art collection and a meeting with Prince Albert for five wealthy housewives. (Those housewives probably aren’t featured on another Bravo show. Yet.)
Also, actor Sam Page (“Shark”) and his girlfriend are sent on a romantic getaway to Italy’s Amalfi Coast, and Leonard Roberts (“Heroes”) and his friends get a guys’ vacation at a private villa in Tuscany.
“First Class All the Way” is produced by Stone & Co. Entertainment for Bravo. Scott A. Stone, Dave Osper and Lori Kaye are executive producers.