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New P cruise ship Adonia arrives in Southampton From Daily Echo I like reading good news stories like these.

It makes a refreshing change from all the doom and gloom that is widely publicised. It makes a refreshing change from all the doom and gloom that is widely publicised. About 9 years ago I travelled from Fort Lauderdale on this ship when she was the "Royal Princess". The scheduled trip of about 6 days turned into 10 because a day or so into the voyage a passenger had a heart attack and we diverted north so that he could be helicoptered off to Nova Scotia. That time we also came in through the Needles, which was fascinating as from a high deck you could see so much more than the many times I'd been through there on a small yacht Interesting, the mention of the approach via the Needles. About 9 years ago I travelled from louis vuitton bags sale online Fort Lauderdale on this ship when she was the "Royal Princess". The scheduled trip of about 6 days turned into 10 because a day or so into the voyage a passenger had a heart attack and we diverted north so that he could be helicoptered off to Nova Scotia. That time we also came in through the Needles, which was fascinating as from a high deck you could see so much more than the many times I'd been through there on a small yacht Lionel P Interesting, the mention of the approach via the Needles. About 9 years ago I travelled from Fort Lauderdale on this ship when she was the "Royal Princess". The scheduled trip of about 6 days turned into 10 because a day or so into the voyage a passenger had a heart attack and we diverted north so that he could be helicoptered off to Nova Scotia. That time we also came in through the Needles, which was fascinating as from a high deck you could see so much more than the many times I'd been through there on a small yacht Lionel P wrote: Interesting, the mention of the approach via the Needles. About 9 years ago I travelled from Fort Lauderdale on this ship when she was the "Royal Princess". The scheduled trip of about 6 days turned into 10 because a day or so into the voyage a passenger had a heart attack and we diverted north so that he could be helicoptered off to Nova Scotia. That time we also came in through the Needles, which was fascinating as from a high deck you could see so much more than the many times I'd been through there on a small yachtSorry Lionel P but you must have been on a previous ship called Royal Princess nine years ago, not this one. This ship was built in 2001 and sailed as the R Eight till 2002. Between 2003 2007 she sailed as Minerva II before being transferred to Princess Crruises and being renamed Royal Princess. About 9 years ago I travelled from Fort Lauderdale on this ship when she was the "Royal Princess". The scheduled trip of about jual louis vuitton neverfull 6 days turned into 10 because a day or so into the voyage a passenger had a heart attack and we diverted north so that he could be helicoptered off to Nova Scotia. That time we also came in through the Needles, which was fascinating as from a high deck you could see so much more than the many times I'd been through there on a small yacht[/p][/quote]Sorry Lionel P but you must have been on a previous ship called Royal Princess nine years ago, not this one. This ship was built in 2001 and sailed as the R Eight till 2002. Between 2003 2007 she sailed as Minerva II before being transferred to Princess Crruises and being renamed Royal Princess. Interestingly this ship replaces Artemis which was also previously called Royal Princess. South Coast B Lionel P wrote: Interesting, the mention of the approach via the Needles. About 9 years ago I travelled from Fort Lauderdale on this ship when she was the "Royal Princess". The scheduled trip of about 6 days turned into 10 because a day or so into the voyage a passenger had a heart attack and we diverted north so that he could be helicoptered off to Nova Scotia. That time we also came in through the Needles, which was fascinating as from a high deck you could see so much more than the many times I'd been through there on a small yachtSorry Lionel P but you must have been on a previous ship called Royal Princess nine years ago, not this one. This ship was built in 2001 and sailed as the R Eight till 2002. Between 2003 2007 she sailed as Minerva II before being transferred to Princess Crruises and being renamed Royal Princess. Interestingly this ship replaces Artemis which was also previously called Royal Princess. Lionel P wrote: Interesting, the mention of the approach via the Needles. About 9 years ago I travelled from Fort Lauderdale on this ship when she was the "Royal Princess". The scheduled trip of about 6 days turned into 10 because a day or so into the voyage a passenger had a heart attack and we diverted north so that he could be helicoptered off to Nova Scotia. That time we also came in through the Needles, which was fascinating as from a high deck you could see so much more than the many times I'd been through there on a small yachtExcuse the pun but I can't fathom out why the cruise ships don't enter and leave port via The Needles Channel more often, it's obviously a shorter route than via the Nab Tower, can they only do so on the highest tides? I've seen some bigguns go through so it can be done. Same goes for the large container ships, but I wouldn't encourage Fawley's finest to come through the Shingles!Interesting, the mention of the approach via the Needles. About 9 years ago I travelled from Fort Lauderdale on this ship when she was the "Royal Princess". The scheduled trip of about 6 days turned into 10 because a day or so into the voyage a passenger had a heart attack and we diverted north so that he could be helicoptered off to Nova Scotia. That time we also came in through the Needles, which was fascinating louis vuitton neverfull hong kong as from a high deck you could see so much more than the many times I'd been through there on a small yacht[/p][/quote]Excuse the pun but I can't fathom out why the cruise ships don't enter and leave port via The Needles Channel more often, it's obviously a shorter route than via the Nab Tower, can they only do so on the highest tides? I've seen some bigguns go through so it can be done. Same goes for the large container ships, but I wouldn't encourage Fawley's finest to come through the Shingles! Brite Spark Lionel P wrote: Interesting, the mention of the approach via the Needles. About 9 years ago I travelled from Fort Lauderdale on this ship when she was the "Royal Princess". The scheduled trip of about 6 days turned into 10 because a day or so into the voyage a passenger had a heart attack and we diverted north so that he could be helicoptered off to Nova Scotia. That time we also came in through the Needles, which was fascinating as from a high deck you could see so much more than the many times I'd been through there on a louis vuitton belt replica india small yachtExcuse the pun but I can't fathom out why the cruise ships don't enter and leave port via The Needles Channel more often, it's obviously a shorter route than via the Nab Tower, can they only do so on the highest tides? I've seen some bigguns go through so it can be done.

Same goes for the large container ships, but I wouldn't encourage Fawley's finest to come through the Shingles! Bringing back memories of days of old when the docks were full of ships, only difference is they were full of British seaman unlike today when ship owners can put the cheapest labour possible from all around the world, stick a red duster on the stern, scrawl Southampton under its name then try to claim its a British ship. DISGRACEBringing back memories of days of old when the docks were full of ships, only difference is they were full of British seaman unlike today when ship owners can put the cheapest labour possible from all around the world, stick a red duster on the stern, scrawl Southampton under its name then try to claim its a British ship. DISGRACE.


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