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Symphony of the Seas pulling into port RIGHT NOW (4:45pm)

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Thanks for posting. Seems busy there.

 

Just restocking or for some other reason?

 

 

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1 minute ago, RBKL said:

Thanks for posting. Seems busy there.

 

Just restocking or for some other reason?

 

 


I wish I had more information but I don't. I don't even know where some people on these forums get their info

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Agree. Somebody will know. They always seem to 

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2 hours ago, RBKL said:

Just restocking or for some other reason?

Some ships leave port periodically so that they get off shore to dump waste. Then come back in. 

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Just now, BirdTravels said:

Some ships leave port periodically so that they get off shore to dump waste. Then come back in. 

Symphony has been staying out, anchored off CocoCay and is coming in amd will head back out again. 

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Symphony of the Seas debarked critically ill crew the other day via lifeboat; bringing whole ship in may be for provisioning. 

 

How minimally are they provisioning these ships that they need to come in every few days? 

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All the Ships have been rotating in & out of the ports for the last 2 weeks.

 

What is the unusual about this one?

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2 minutes ago, matj2000 said:

All the Ships have been rotating in & out of the ports for the last 2 weeks.

 

What is the unusual about this one?

 

I just rarely catch them in action. They're usually just sitting in port. I got excited and wanted to share

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8 minutes ago, jeremyosborne81 said:

 

I just rarely catch them in action. They're usually just sitting in port. I got excited and wanted to share

 

If you watch on the weekends starting at 4PM(not now but when there is the normal schedule)

 

You can see them all leave one by one.    

 

Port Everglades has the best web cam...

 

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I appreciated your posting.

 

I realize the ships have been mostly staying at sea and I was surprised so many were in port at the same time. I would have guessed they would stagger them more for cruise ship distancing. I guess not.

 

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8 hours ago, RBKL said:

I appreciated your posting.

 

I realize the ships have been mostly staying at sea and I was surprised so many were in port at the same time. I would have guessed they would stagger them more for cruise ship distancing. I guess not.

 

 

Why would they need to be more distant from each other?

 

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6 hours ago, matj2000 said:

 

Why would they need to be more distant from each other?

 

6 feet.   Social distancing.😄

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