I think we all knew it was coming, but today P&O Cruises has finally announced that Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, will name the new P&O Cruises vessel Britannia at Ocean Terminal, Southampton, SO14 3QN, on Tuesday March 10, 2015. The naming will be a milestone in […]
Once her second leg heals by Easter it will be time for my granddog Lucy to come and see the cruise ships arrived at Ogden Point for the Alaska 2015 cruise season
Originally posted on thestoryoflucy:
Lucy underwent her second TPLO surgery on Wednesday and she came home on Thursday afternoon. It’s been an easier transition for her this time and she has been more willing to use her “bad” leg than last time. She has toe tapped more often whereas last time she hopped around trying to avoid putting her foot down. She has already sat up to look out the window to see me and the kids come home at the end of the day. Obviously she is still moving very slow and prefers not being outside for her breaks for very long, and she’s not her bubbly self just yet. But, compared to last time, we’re ahead of schedule.
This morning her ankle was swollen, so this is a photo of Lucy with her very fancy silk freezer bag, thanks to her very kind granny!
Never get enough pictures
Where are all the passengers 😄
Originally posted on travelswithanthony:
This album is intended as an insight into some of the daily sights and routines of life as experienced aboard the last true North Atlantic liner- Cunard’s incomparable Queen Mary 2.
This series of pictures were taken during an implausibly calm westbound crossing to New York in December of 2014. Each shot captures a sight or a mood that briefly piqued my curiosity, and/or one that I thought would appeal to my readers out there- a way to savour the ‘virtual’ experience of sailing on this fabulous ocean liner.
So, without further ado, I give you- Queen Mary 2. Enjoy the crossing!
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I do not normally post another cruise blog but this one from Richard is exceptionally good as it is on the QE and a short visit to Hamburg
Of course it also shows pictures of a Cunard Facebook group I belong to which is a rare sight to see a lot of them on the same cruise😎😇😄
Course living near a major seaport helps
Originally posted on Solent Richard's Cruise Blog:
My wife and I have just completed a very satisfying short cruise on board Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth from Southampton to Hamburg and return.
This was very much a last minute decision with the intention of killing two birds with one stone. Firstly a number of members of the “We Are Cunard’ Facebook Fanzine were planning a get together and secondly, we were very keen to visit the delightful German couple with whom we made friends on our Europa 2 cruise last September.
I have previously reviewed Queen Elizabeth in some detail at…
…though there have been some changes following a recent refit.
Check-in was both smooth, efficient and well organised and Cunard were still operating the priority check-in system for their Grills and World Club members…
Southampton’s Ocean terminal has also been upgraded with the security screening facility enhanced. We were soon on board and, as is usual with…
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January 2015 is here
Good update on the new sulphur fuel guidelines for North America , now less than 0.1 percent
Our local harbour welcomed the MV Brattingsborg V6005 from Mexico as it offloaded two yachts
We have many pleasure craft delivered this way at the harbour.
Saves one coming up the Pacific Coast at this time of year
The Bulk Carrier MV Lillian is in port to have its inners scrubbed and cleaned as we have a deep water port
Alaska Cruise ship 2015 estimates are we will see 231 ship visits with a record 530,000 visitors scheduled excluding crew.
Royal Caribbean will be replacing the 915 foot Rhapsody of the Seas with the 962 foot Jewel of the Seas visiting our port this year.
Our local James Bay Association should be quieter this year as the new NA sulphur fuel content to lowest level much like EU rules take effect this month
Expect possible fare increases to accommodate this more expensive fuel on the Alaskan waters
Stay tuned when the 2015 schedule is published I will post
Cheers. / Rob
Here is her link and her planned activities,, please read and share ,, she will be updating as she travels. http://absolutelylucy.com/2014/11/24/my-travel-plans-south-east-asia-australia-new-zealand/