|Vancouver departure Day one see post 92|
|Pools, hot tubs, deck chairs and bars|
After leaving Vancouver on day one at around 4pm and sailing through the night we moved into the next day with another day of sailing ahead.
Activities on-board meant that whilst at sea there was plenty to do with, Kids club (Fun Factory), shopping, theatre, plenty of bars and places to eat and hot tubs and pools (although the weather was OK for the hot tub but not the pool).
|Julia instructs Reuben to stay |
away from the guard rail.
|Into the open water and away|
from land, but not for long
Whilst it may have been a bit chilly for a swim, at least the rain stayed away and the ocean was calm.
One disadvantage with taking this cruise at the end of summer is shorter hours when compared with the longer summer hours.
|One of the dining places on Deck 11|
|Saying goodnight just outside one of the|
elevator areas in the aft section.
It was time for dinner and early bed whilst looking forward to the next days arrival at Icy Strait Point in Alaska.