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ms Eurodam and Nieuw Amsterdam in Juneau July 15, 2019

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Eurodam will be at the AS dock from 1300-2300 and Nieuw Amsterdam at the CT dock from 1300-2200.

 

Also in port are Ruby Princess at the FKL dock from 1100-2215 and Solstice at the AJ dock from 1330-2200.

 

Weather is back to normal in Juneau - rain is predicted for each day this week - there is even a flood warning for part of Monday.  The high temperature will be 65F/18C and the low 54F/12C.  Sunrise is at 4:15 am and sunset at 9:51 pm.

 

The PTZtv webcam can be found at https://www.juneauharborwebcam.com/.

 

Next up:  Oosterdam on Tuesday.

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I will probably miss this one do to  a Doctor appointment.  Have a great sail-in.

 

Roy

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No tendering ship - so maybe no panning also. I will be here to find out.

 

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Thanks for the reminder.  Hope all is back to normal and well with you.

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The Ruby Princess is there every week with the Signature sisters as is the Solstice.  Tomorrow they well be in Skagway.  The Solstice will be second ship at the Railroad dock and the Ruby will be at the Ore dock while the NA will be at the Port Dock.

 

Om Wednesday the Ruby will be in Glacier Bay ahead of the NA and on Thursday the Ruby will be with the Solstice sisters in Ketchikan

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Looks like I'm back from the Doctor just in time.

 

Roy

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Nieuw Amsterdam far behind and behind Solstice seems to be the new normal.

 

Roy

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Just now, Copper10-8 said:

It's blowing again in Joe's town

But at least, it isn't wet.

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Port Agent Drew in white shirt and with portable radio on the dock waiting to start the gangway position count down. Big Bertha moving stuff

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2 minutes ago, Copper10-8 said:

Yeah, that's him :classic_wink:

You know all those people.

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And his assistant with the dark jacket and shoulder bag, having made sure the mid-ship's Marshaling Area break door has no obstacles in front of it

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2 minutes ago, Copper10-8 said:

Nice and smooth berthing by E-dam's captain Eric B.

 

Image result for Captain Eric Barhorst

I have travelled with him both as a Chaplain and as a guest.

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