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  1. The hull playing never opened on the Epic. Two large dents in the hull, not gashes, are what I saw standing next to them on the pier in San Juan that morning. The pics that were posted on this thread earlier, showing a gashed open hull were from a different ship.
  2. Hi! I’m. Hoping someone can post the ship speed graph from yesterday around 12:05pm EST. This is the time that we were stopped dead yesterday. I can’t recall being stopped dead before without being at anchor. My GPS showed 0.0, and even if trying to stop the ship, I’d expect some drift, so I’d like to see how fast the ship stopped and whether this would be within normal parameters. I think we we were hung up sandbar, rather than had been “testing” something 32kms out from port, as the captain said later. I’ll be happy to be wrong about this, but I’m curious either way. 7ADC4F6A-AF18-4620-8B77-1AC968758416.MOV
  3. By my map, GSC is about 1450 kilometres from San Juan.... so unless we’re miraculously at top speed (40 km/h) tonight and tomorrow, we won’t be stopping there. IMHO, best case scenario is a slow cruise back to Port Canaveral.
  4. No, but he is Italian, and the only other Italian cruise ship captain that I remember became famous for all the wrong reasons.... 😳🤦🏻‍♂️
  5. Here’s the damage from this evening’s “hard landing”....
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