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ms Eurodam, Nieuw Amsterdam, and Amsterdam in Port Everglades January 4, 2020

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Seven ships in port today with a possibility of 19,000 passengers debarking and an equal number embarking (glad I am not going to be at the FLL airport!).


Eurodam will be at pier 19 (starboard to) from 0545-1700.  She will be doing an 11-day Panama Canal Sunfarer cruise.




Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (05 Jan 0800-1500); Oranjestad, Aruba (07 Jan 1300-2300); Willemstad, Curacao (08 Jan 0800-2300); Cartagena, Colombia (10 Jan 0700-1300); Panama Canal (Cruising Canal) (11 Jan 0500-0500); Colon, Panama (11 Jan 1500-2000); Puerto Limon, Costa Rica (12 Jan 0730-1700); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (15 Jan a0700)


Nieuw Amsterdam will be at pier 21 (starboard to) from 0630-1700.  She is heading out on a 7-day Eastern Caribbean cruise.




Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (06 Jan 0800-1500); San Juan, Puerto Rico (07 Jan 1100-2000); Philipsburg, St. Maarten (08 Jan 0800-1500); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (10 Jan 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (11 Jan a0700)


Amsterdam will be at pier 26 (port to) from 0430-1600. We are leaving on the 128-day Grand World Voyage.  I would be extremely surprised if we actually left at 1600, however.  First of all, the paperwork we received said 1700 and secondly,  there has not been a GWV departure before 2000 since I began watching the webcam.  In fact, some have not left until closer to midnight. 




Roseau, Dominica (08 Jan 0800-1700); Castries, St Lucia (09 Jan 0800-1700); Iles Du Salut, French Guiana (11 Jan 1200-1800); Belem, Brazil (13 Jan 0800-1700); Recife, Brazil (16 Jan 0800-1700); Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (19 Jan 0800(+1)1700); Punta Del Este, Uruguay (23 Jan 0800-1600); Buenos Aires, Argentina (24 Jan 0800-1800); Montevideo, Uruguay (25 Jan 0800-1700); Port Stanley, Falkland Islands (28 Jan 0800-1700); Ushuaia, Argentina (05 Feb 0700-1400); Punta Arenas, Chile (06 Feb 0800-2000); Puerto Montt, Chile (09 Feb 0800-1700); San Antonio, Chile (11 Feb 0700-1700); Easter Island, Chile (16 Feb 0800-1800); Pitcairn Island (19 Feb 0800-1200); Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia (22 Feb 0800-1800); Rarotonga, Cook Islands (24 Feb 0800-1700); Nukualofa, Tonga (28 Feb 0800-1700); Auckland, New Zealand (02 Mar 0700(+1)1800); Bay of Islands, New Zealand (04 Mar 0800-1600); Sydney, Australia (07 Mar 0800(+1)1900); Townsville, Australia (11 Mar 0800-1700); Cairns, Australia (12 Mar 0800-1800); Darwin, Australia (16 Mar 0800-1700); Komodo Island, Indonesia (19 Mar 0700-1600); Bali, Indonesia (20 Mar 0800-1800); Surabaya, Indonesia (22 Mar 0700-1600); Semarang, Indonesia (23 Mar 0700-1800); Singapore (25 Mar 0900(+1)1700); Colombo, Sri Lanka (30 Mar 0800-2300); Male, Maldives (01 Apr 0800-1800); Mahe, Seychelles (04 Apr 1200(+1)1700); Mombasa, Kenya (08 Apr 0800(+1)1700); Zanzibar, Tanzania (10 Apr 0800-1700); Mayotte, Comoros (12 Apr 0800-1700); Nosy Be, Madagascar (13 Apr 0800-1600); Maputo, Mozambique (16 Apr 0800-1700); Richard's Bay, South Africa (17 Apr 0800-2300); Durban, South Africa (18 Apr 0800-2300); Cape Town, South Africa (21 Apr 0800(+1)2300); Luderitz, Namibia (24 Apr 0800-1700); Walvis Bay, Namibia (25 Apr 0800-1600); Saint Helena (28 Apr 1000-1800); Ascension Island (30 Apr 1000-1800); Bridgetown, Barbados (07 May 0800-1800); Pointe A Pitre, Guadeloupe (08 May 0800-1500); San Juan, Puerto Rico (09 May 1000-2300); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (12 May a0700)


Also in port are Adventure OTS at pier 29 from 0400-1730, Carnival Magic at pier 4 from 0330-1600, Celebrity Equinox at pier 25 from 0600-1530, and Sky Princess at pier 2 from 0500-1700.


The PTZtv webcams can be found at https://www.portevergladeswebcam.com/ and https://www.ftlauderdalewebcam.com/.


Next up: Nieuw Statendam and Volendam on Sunday 5 January.  On that topic, I am going to post Sunday's sail-away this evening (Friday) because I may not have time on Saturday to post.  Please note arrival and departure times will likely change between now and then and even the piers could change.  If I have the time Saturday night I will put in a revised schedule and bump up the post.  

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Sounds like you are probably right on all accounts for Amsterdam [your ship]. Amsterdam and Prinsendam with their unique itineraries - never seem to leave before dark and usually closer to 9 or 10 pm. 


There will be enough other DAM ships to keep me watching earlier than your leaving time.

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1 minute ago, puppycanducruise said:

Thanks for the picture 65 Gator.

Wonder why the tug is tied?

The Nieuw Amsterdam is sailing on only one azipod.  Required to have tugs entering and leaving ports...

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