Panama Canal Cruise travel blog


Saturday, 12/8/12 – to the ship

Most of us ate at Subway. We could fill our stomachs cheaply, and it was reasonably close. Jim & Rox went through the Pirates Museum. Others walked around Nassau a bit or sat by the hotel pool. We needed to check out by 11 & then head to the wharf to begin the boarding process. This was AWFUL. There was only one luggage screening device and only one screener for humans. Jean & Jerry went fairly early, so they only stood in line 90 minutes. The rest of us stood in the heat & humidity for 2 hours & 15 or 20 minutes. Once on the ship, things improved immensely. A barbeque was being held on the top deck (deck 7), so we had immediate food & dink. We learned a few things about our ship, settled into our cabins, then watched the ship being towed away from the wharf. We are off! We ate at the buffet for our dinner and afterwards learned about some ship personnel and the guest speakers at an evening ordeal.



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