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So Much To Sea

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Ah Ft Lauderdale-the boats are smaller this month  60 meters long or less- due to the fact that  most are in The Hampton's or The Med. Yes!  Palm Trees, Spring Break, Retirement Homes, and Cheap Hotels. That's Central Florida and Daytona's Red Neck Riviera-but here, there may be a lot of foreigners who speak Spanish and Portuguese, but that is their second language-Money is their first. Welcome to The American Dream is all I can say.

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High Humidity today. Still the seascapes are beautiful,  with all those boats and cruisr ships.What's the best sea story? The one YOU tell.

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Sailing Into NYC Harbor-@4:30 am . Spectacular View. Our smokestack just cleared the Verranzano Narrows Bridge by a few feet!
After six sea days, it is great to see first land, on this special July crossing of The Atlantic.

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Sailing across The Pond - The Atlantic Ocean, on the shortest bridge between New York and Europe - The Queen Mary2.  It is not a Cruise but a Voyage, nor a cruise ship,  rather A Liner, the last of the great ocean-going liners.

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The Queen Mary 2 comes to Hamburg every year.
 For her tenth jubilee she got a special celebration.
I took lots of videos, and posted them for my my friends on Facebook, but this one pretty much sums up the crowds enthusiastic response  as the flagship sails away down The Elbe River to open waters in the North Atlantic...

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July 2010 was the last visit I made to these amazing Viking waters. It still has the  alure and charm.Glad to be back.

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With a little imagination, the shipping container becomes a cheap, reliable building block that can be used to build  this chic little cruise terminal.