Panama Canal Cruise: Day 10: Last Day at Sea

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Ochio Rios, Jamaica to Port Everglades = 742 nautical miles
Docked in Ft. Lauderdale at 06:00am (approx)
Total nautical miles = 3331

Island Princess Fact Sheet
Built - 2003
Port of Registry - Hamilton, Bermuda
Gross Tonnage - 91,627
Overall Length - 964 feet
Breadth - 105 feet
Fuel Capacity - 3724.2 tons
Fresh Water Capacity - 2198.9 tons
Normal Passenger Capacity - 2368
Normal Crew Figure - 810
Cruising Speed - 22.0 knots

Well, the cruise is fading into memory now. We spent many hours relaxing by the pool, enjoying a little casino play (Stu came out about $160 ahead), meeting some new folks, discovering several countries that we'd like to visit again (and some that we won't), ate too much good food including ice cream, cookies, and wonderful desserts, didn't drink too much though...guess that's a sign that we are aging? LOL! I discovered the Ultimate Mai Tai (I think there were three types of liquor in it...), had two formal dress dinners, watched a couple new movies, saw a LOT of great entertainment - comedians, hypnotists, singers, dancers....all in all, a wonderful cruise! Next one, we hope, will be to Alaska!

Here are a few of the pics from our last night on board.

Back to land and reality....LOL! Our new motto was seen on the cruise, "I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list."

Till next time - keep on rollin',
Donna & Stu

1 comment:

  1. Just came back from a cruise on HAL (ms VeenDam) out of NY. Had a fabulous time. Would do it again. I would highly recommend that FT RV'ers take at least one cruise in their life. HAL cater to the older set and go many places. Looks like you had a great time!


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