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  1. chengkp75 10,000+ Club February 19, 2013 16,502 posts Maine or at sea Report post #51 Posted Tuesday at 04:57 AM (edited) However, since these "small expedition ships" were built in 2000, long before the new Polar Class was even being discussed by the IMO, they are not PC-6 classed, and therefore will not be allowed north of 60*n or south of 60*s. It does not matter the size of the ship, the ship must meet the new structural and operational requirements of the unified Polar Code. And, the ships are not "special built" as they were originally built for Renaissance cruises and then owned by Pullmantur before Azamara acquired them. Edited Tuesday at 05:00 AM by chengkp75 1 Quote
  2. A Northern European cruise from Dover RT air from MIA . Baltic cruise from Southampton air RT from MIA . One way from LHR after a TA from Miami on the Celebrity Eclipse . Our extended land stay was to Dublin and returned from Munich .
  3. The glacier how cool is that . Did you get to do the glacier hike ?
  4. We did like that that there were only 20 seats in the hump of the BA 747 . Here's some photos of the Virgin Atlantic Dreamliner 787 . Premium middle class First class Taxi and lift off The seat folds flat and is 6' 6'' . At LHR they have a private entrance to Virgin Atlantic where you are dropped at . They also have a private line for VA before the club . We really like their club in London .
  5. We put up several cabin photos of 5191 on Halfacts and some got lost or turned so here they are
  6. Yes it was the Sheraton and it was a convenient location . Wandering in the day we felt safe but we had the warnings about night . We have spent many nights in Cozumel , Moscow , St. Petersburg , London and Miami and never felt uncomfortable walking at night except in BA . The staff was nice and helpful and the Executive Lounge had a great view and free wine with snacks in the afternoon and breakfast in the morning We would give it a 7 out of 10 .
  7. If you are considering Antarctica there are only about 2 years left before the larger cruise ships will not be able to go there .
  8. It sort of reminded of the Queen's chair in Geiranger Except without the view and the fresh air .
  9. Our last day in El Calafate was laid back with a delivery pizza for lunch On the following day we stopped at these flowers as we were leaving And we wanted some cool cash from the iceberg machine before leaving The first class flusher on the plane to BA .
  10. It looks like we'll be doing the Norse legends cruise to Norway in May and returning to Norway and Iceland in August with the Viking Passage on the Zuiderdam in August .
  11. The room service guy told us that if we had the lobster for dinner he would get a special lunch . We think that's great and were thrilled for him and we had a huge tail for dinner enough for 2 .
  12. Lake Nordenskjold Salto Grande Waterfall connects Lake Nordenskjold and Lake Pehoe Lake Pehoe It had been a long day . We left at 8 AM and returned at about midnight . We love these clouds
  13. Some flying fish and another bow shot The yellow is seaweed
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