I’ve gathered up some remaining pictures from the cruise, taken by both Bevin and Brian.
Apparently they both took the same picture from different angles while we were departing. We were standing on the highest available outdoor deck of the ship, available only to suite guests. Has a great view, but a bit windy.
Also very similar pictures looking back at Miami from the top of the stairs up to the suite bar deck.
We didn’t really take a lot of pictures while we were out and about in St. Maarten or St. Thomas. We were having fun poking around and we weren’t really thinking about blogging at the time. Sorry about that. Bevin did manage to capture this shot though, which is actually pretty emblematic of the general state of things.
Bevin took a couple of panorama shots! Click to enlarge for the full experience.
I took this video at the ice show, you can see the projection mapping moving. It was actually pretty cool how they used the effects on the floor as part of the show, and the skaters were able to do some impressive tricks on such a small rink!
I also took a video of the ship rotating while we were docking at Coco Cay. Look at the island in the background to get an idea of how quickly we were spinning. Truly impressive how fast and how smooth such an enormous ship can maneuver.
A slightly longer view of our rotation, showcasing the speed.
Some have been curious about where our room is. Follow the red arrows. (Click to enlarge)
We actually didn’t take pictures of most of the places we ate. One place I sort of wish we’d done so at was the Wonderland restaurant. Themed after Alice in Wonderland, it’s designed to be an experience of imagination, and there were some pretty creative dishes, however we were having more fun just enjoying it, so unfortunately we don’t have any pictures for you. If you’re curious, the web is full of pictures. They weren’t ours, but they’ll be close. (I found this one as a top result)
I will say that the deviled eggs served on a birds nest, under a glass cover filled with smoke was probably my favorite.
Despite the TSA’s best efforts we managed to get home with our luggage.