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.
Disney Cruises today confirmed that a female crew member has gone missing from the Disney Wonder. The woman, who had been employed by DCL since last year, didn't "return for her scheduled shift." She was assigned to the youth program, though the line has not said in what capacity.
A thorough search of the ship has been conducted, and the crew member's collegues have been interviewed.
At this point they are not ruling out the possibility that she went overboard.
The Wonder is currently sailing on a 7 night Mexican Rivera itinerary, and is due to return to Los Angeles on Sunday morning.
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