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Watching the ships leave ports

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Just now I'm watching Summit leave Ft Lauderdale.  Many crew members were up on the open decks in swimsuits and shorts - looked like they were having a good time.  I hope this works out OK for them and the ones that stay on the ship can enjoy the areas usually off limits.  

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Every ship I see, either pulling out or sitting at the pier, tugs at my heartstrings.  I, too, hope the crew get to relax for a bit.

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I was watching, as well as a Royal ship headed out of Port Everglades followed by the Summit. The crew that was lining the rails along the top deck looked relaxed so I hope they get to enjoy some of the facilities. I'm sure its been a very stressful time for them.

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Captain Kate has been posting frequently from the Edge. It looks like they are making the best out of a terrible situation. They are letting crew us the staterooms has got to be a huge relief from their usual tiny quarters. 

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This warms me.  Happy to read.

 

Finally.

 

- Joel

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31 minutes ago, Jeremiah1212 said:

Captain Kate has been posting frequently from the Edge. It looks like they are making the best out of a terrible situation. They are letting crew us the staterooms has got to be a huge relief from their usual tiny quarters. 


I saw that also.  Looked like 1300 crew were excited!  They sure deserve a break. Hope the other ships do the same for their crews.

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I also read that RCI/X is going to take turns letting ships dock at Coco Cay to allow crew time on the island to enjoy. Very nice.

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I was watching the ships since Saturday in Miami. Some left very late. One left and anchored right in front South Beach just to return the next morning.

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