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Photos for the record books; no less than 7 ships in Miami today following their delayed return thanks to Frances…I never imagined they would fit these heavyweights in all at once...I live right above these photos which explains my ten cruises in the past year…

 

Here's our link to the photos: http://www.egisnine.com/cruiseships

 

Facination, Imagination, Paradise (her last port visit in Miami as she is off to the west coast and stripped of her non-smoking venue), Majesty of The Seas, Explorer of the Seas and Navigator of the Seas…an estimated 14,500 passengers off and another 14,500 boarding or close to 30,000 transient passengers…!!! Miami is still the cruise capital of the WORLD - and here comes IVAN...

 

All photos are copyrighted: tributestudios.com…for information, email me at

 

jschwartz@tributestudios.com

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Wow that is so strange looking at all those ships lined up like that. How many does Miami normally get at one time?

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On a busy winter weekend, we can get 5 ships, but nothing like this - Port Everglages actually has had up to 13 ships in one day !

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Hi...looks like IVAN is NOT~NOT coming towards Florida:D ..YESSSSSS!!!!!

They are saying this morning he is turning towards the Gulf.......

Wow..look at ALL THOSE SHIPS!!

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Wow!! Be nice if you could just walk down the line and take your pick for the week... Great pictures, thanks for sharing.. Bombero

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Wow that is a lot for Miami, thanks for the pics. I am just glad they all made it in safe.....

 

Debi

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Thanks for posting the pictures - they were great.

 

That's a lot of people getting off planes and a lot trying to get on planes considering this is supposed to be a slow time for the Caribbean.

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On a busy winter weekend, we can get 5 ships, but nothing like this - Port Everglages actually has had up to 13 ships in one day !

Seven ships look great. That would be cool if someone could get a picture of 13 ships in port - WOW!

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Wonderful pictures. Thank you for sharing. I'm so glad that everyone got home safely.

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