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ms Nieuw Amsterdam in Port Everglades March 7, 2020

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Just now, rkacruiser said:

 

The funnel of the Pinnacle Class ships is different as well.  For me, that is also rather distinctive as is the increased number of decks above the Bridge.

 

1 minute ago, travelnap said:

They also have only 1 smoke stack instead of the usual two.

 

Yep, but I tend to notice the missing black column up the middle first. I will remember that little fact too when I have only a stern or bow view. Thanks.

 

Number of decks of above the bridge isn't as noticeable - but still another feature.

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That's what we've been waiting for . . . toots (but just one?) !!!!!

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Not as many people outside as I would have thought there would be.

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Posted (edited)

Well we got a small raspy toot

Edited by lka1012

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1 minute ago, ger_77 said:

That's what we've been waiting for . . . toots (but just one?) !!!!!

 

That may have been a goodbye toot from Independence of the Seas.

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Just now, Krazy Kruizers said:

No toots from the Nieuw Amsterdam.

Just 1 long one.  Kind of a disappointment.

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Just now, Vict0riann said:

Not as many people outside as I would have thought there would be.

It is also time for the first seating in the MDR...  Just  guessing...

 

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Probably will not make it tomorrow filling in for someone at work on the 6 am - 3 pm shift

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1 minute ago, 65 Gator said:

It is also time for the first seating in the MDR...  Just  guessing...

 

5:15?  That's too early for us, even for early seating.  When we were on the Nieuw Statendam in January, because of the 5:00 and 8:00 seatings, we opted for anytime dining.  It worked for us.

 

Smooth Sailing!  🙂🙂🙂

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4 minutes ago, Krazy Kruizers said:

 

That may have been a goodbye toot from Independence of the Seas.

I don't think so; it was too loud for a departure toot from the other side of the bay. 

 

BTW, what charter is on the NS right now?

 

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At least we got three of the rumbling toots from IOTS today, otherwise not much of a tooting day.

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I am not going to wait for Island Princess.  Thanks Kathi and the rest of the sail away gang.  Good night.

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2 minutes ago, ger_77 said:
  • I don't think so; it was too loud for a departure toot from the other side of the bay. 

 

BTW, what charter is on the NS right now?

 

 

JoCo 7 days.

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I think that's it for me today; we're supposed to be getting a snow storm tonight, so it's time to hunker down.  Thanks everyone, see you tomorrow.

 

Smooth Sailing!  🙂🙂🙂

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