The fifth and last section of this season's 'exchange Rate against the Danish coasts' will be on Thursday evening, sent on TV2. And this time get the crew on Wallenberg regal company.
Mikkel Beha and his sons invited namely crown prince Frederik on board, and in a good two days, he was a part of the trip, after they called out from Strandby in north Jutland in June.
on Thursday evening, inviting viewers to experience how the crown prince Frederik and Beha-family coped with the days together. And Mikkel Beha says to Ekstra Bladet, that it was a good experience.
- It was a meeting with a crown prince, who was curious and knowledgeable, and he shares many of the interests, as we have for sailing, for history and diving, says Mikkel Beha, who praises the new member of the crew:
- I should not be him who judges the crown prince, but it is no secret that he is a skilled sailor. You. He has grown up with sailing, so one must say that he was an excellent crew member, laughing Mikkel Beha.
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Frederick and fit well with the rest of the crew. Photo: TV2
He tells how it came into being, that Wallenberg had royal company:
It was a question. We asked if he had the desire to sail on a part of our mission, and he thanked fortunately, yes to, says Mikkel Beha and tells why it was crown prince Frederik of denmark, they would like to have aboard.
- I thought that if we were to have a guest aboard, so he would be the most exciting. He has grown up with the history of, and virtually since he was born, he has been sailed around in the Danish waters every summer with the royal yacht. It was indeed the same we did here, so it made sense that it had to be him.
There was not attached to a particular royal program, and crown prince Frederik's visit differed not from a visit of any other person, tells Mikkel Beha.
- It was one of the positive surprises that it did not actually. He is good to be on a ship, and he is easy to be with. So he slipped right in. He got himself a cabin, and then one could feel that he was used to having to be a part of a team and move on a ship, he says.
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Both the Beha-family and crown prince Frederik of denmark loves to dive, so it was naturally a part of the program. Photo: TV2
Normally you are not familiar with the royal, but it was Enjoyable-the family in this place.
- We agreed to be dus in the days. It makes good sense to be on a ship, when, for example, must communicate to take some moorings, throw an anchor, or pulling a dinghy up or down.
Mikkel Behas wife, Marian, was not on the trip with the crown prince, and she was a little annoyed with the.
- That she would like to have been, but it had always been the plan, that there was a major family event, bringing had to be looked after. It came to coincide with his visit, but it may be, she will get the chance another time, says MIkkel Beha.
You can see the 'exchange Rate against the Danish coasts' in the evening at 20:00 on TV2 or now on TV2 Play.