A cruise blog by an avid cruiser, follower of tropical weather, and resident of Florida's Space Coast. I write about cruise ships and ports, tropical weather, occasional tidbits of maritime history,and other nautical related topics.
A New Nassau Day
One of my favorite photos of Nassau Harbor - taken 4 or 5 years ago, at sunrise, with a disposable camera, from the top deck of the Sovereign of the Seas.
Some parents find walkie talkies, or two way radios, indispensable when they cruise with their teens or tweens. That way, there're aways able to keep tabs on their offspring on a huge cruise ship with a passenger count equal to the population of a small city.
October is Sun Month at Port Canaveral! Yes, friends and neighbors, the Sun will be shining here, no matter how many clouds might be in the sky.
Why is that?
Because The Sun is coming - the Norwegian Sun, that is!
Yes, beginning the middle of this very month, there will be a new ship calling Port Canaveral HOME. For the first time in 11 years, Norwegian Cruise Line will homeport a vessel here at Port Canaveral. The Sun will be 'wintering' here for at least the next two years... She'll spend October to April plying the waters of the Eastern and Western Caribbean, with weekly Saturday turnarounds at our fair port. (The remainder of the year, she sails a Baltic Capitals itinerary.)
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