No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Captain's Quarters
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Captain's Quarters St. John's
Travel Blogs from St. John's
... the inaugural visit by the Regal Princess so the town had a special ceremony on the dock to celebrate. Unfortunately we weren’t back in time to see it. We were on board for the “ship Horn Symphony” written by a local composer and ‘played’ by the ships around the harbor using their horns. It was definitely different. As we sailed away, they did have a ‘Tattoo’ for us up at Signal Hill which consisted of a series of rifle ...
Courtesy of Marg Bassindale
6 oz Baker's Semi Sweet Chocolate
¾ Cup + 1 Tbs soften, divided
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup flaked coconut
½ cup chopped walnuts
2 cups Graham crumbs
2 Tbs Bird’s Custard Powder
3 Tbs milk
... people. Next door is the convent of the Presentation Sisters where we saw the most amazing carving in Carrera white marble, the same material Michaelangelo worked in. It comes from a mountainous area of Italy. The piece is entitled The Veiled Virgin, and it appears as though there is a thin, nearly transparent veil over the face of Mary. In reality, it is all one piece of marble, the creation of Italian ...
... so maybe we will just get drunk and park out in their parking lot, haha. The parking lot is very small and so we decided to forgo the brewery and buy movies and stay in.
No pictures unless you want rain so off we go to Gander on our way back across Newfoundland and into Gros Morne Park. So stay tuned and if anything exciting happens on our way back we will report it other than that we hopefully will be able to blog on ...
... not have anything to worry about as due to the adverse weather conditions, the ship's stabilisers were extended. These stabilisers or 'fins' extend 5.8 metres from the ships hull and sense the rolling motion of the ship and change their angle to compensate, acting in much the same way as a wing flap on an airplane. This reduces the rolling motion considerably, about 80% which means that I don't get sea sick in these conditions as I normally ...