The Cayman's are around the west end of Cuba and then below them. I made a mistake by not thinking of the family and those new to the sea experience. I should have brought or advised Dramamine for those who were not used to the moving deck, however slight. We had a couple who had to get their 'sea legs', but it didn't take long.
The second night was suggested Formal. Most of the ship does not go formal, but more sporty. There are still the men in a tux with their lady in a gown. This is Mark's crew we ran into.
Stella wasn't in the mood for a picture, but that didn't last long.
The Food is always good and too much of it.
We also ran into Jude and his mom and dad (Jennifer and Stephen)
I didn't get everyone but we had two tables adjacent so dinner was together, when anyone wanted it. Our dinner hour was at 8:30PM, a little late for Sherry and I, but we made it most nights.
I believe this was the night we had our Great Grands to ourselves while the grown-ups took in a show or time on the dance floor or in the casino. But Great Grandpa and Grandma had a good time.
This was our day at sea on the way to our first port.
This is my favorite place, the balcony over
looking my love the sea.
But it was the same Ocean. I cannot imagine why anyone wouldn't want to live on this. (Of course only if they had their lover)
Cruises are great, the food is good and plentiful but for one thing distractions are less. If you want cell phone or internet service it will cost you on this ship, $20 a day. We chose to be off our leash. That gave me time to sit and talk one on one with my grands, Grandloves, as the ladies up in the North woods call them.
This beauty is a 1956 Ford convertible.