Sudan Red Sea Resort
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Video Girl woke up again with the sun streaming through the blinds, and the ocean stretching into nothingness.
After breakfast, she attended an information session about the next 3 ports and also listened to the Captain speak about his life (both personal and working.)
Video Girl met up with Limtech and Delcom at about ...
After the usual start to the day, Jo attended a lecture on Queen Mary, the Queen who gave her name to the ship. Actually we have heard on 2 occasions that the original QM was going to be the Queen Victoria but that George V misunderstood when asked by Cunard if their next ship could be named after the most important Queen England had ever had. He said "my wife would be delighted" The presenter was a Royal Historian Caroline Aston who gave a ...
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We finally sailed past the thermal high (monsoons) that India will be experiencing soon. 3 days of huge seas, 8.5 metre swells. The pools were empty and all open decks closed ( thank goodness for the sea sick tablets..they worked a treat). There have been a few ...
I was awoken at 10 a.m. aboard Voyager of the Seas with announcements that the Operation Safe Haven drill will commence in 30 minutes. This is a drill to prepare passengers and crew members for what to do in case we encounter Somali pirates while sailing through the Gulf of Aden en route from Safaga, Egypt, to Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Fortunately I am staying in an interior cabin, so my Operation Safe Haven instructions are to simply remain in my cabin. This ...
Tuesday 2 December Red Sea N 17° 30.4' E 40° 34.0' A fine calm day. We're cruising along at about 17kt between the islands and reefs of Saudi Arabia to starboard and Eritrea to port. The temperature wasn't too bad early on, but is rising steadily. Although the sea is very calm, I didn't see any life during my walk nor when sitting out later; may spend an hour at the bows this afternoon despite that. [Later:] ...