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Cruise Ships visiting Grenada in 14 days (09 Feb - 23 Feb)

Steve Hodge writes;

We've just got back from a relaxing two weeks in Grenada. Our hotel room balcony overlooked St Georges and I had a good view of ship comings and goings each day. I was fascinated by the number of cruise ships - seventeen different ones in fourteen days, with some visiting more than once. How many cruise ships there must be in the world these days! A lot of them aren't very easy on the eye though; clearly going for maximum utilisation of enclosed space.

The photos aren't very good quality as my el cheapo camera was on maximum zoom but here they are anyway (I didn't get a shot of the AIDA AURA on our first day). Wonder if any of your readers were onboard these ships whilst I was snapping (09 Feb - 23 Feb)?

  

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CLUB MED 2.

    

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RUBY PRINCESS.

   

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VENTURA.

   

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CARIBBEAN PRINCESS.

   

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MILLENNIUM.

   

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SERENADE OF THE SEAS.

   

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WINDSURF.

   

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OCEANA.

Captain Hamish Reid adds;

Just to let you know that I was on the Oceana with Charlie Hill as the Chief Engineer when Steve Hodge was on his holidays in Grenada. Only a few old soldiers left. Charlie is due to retire next year. We meet up with some of the other veterans and your site has a very catholic group of admirers, in fact a lot of the youngsters now look at it to see how badly we behaved in the old days.

     

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SEA CLOUD 2.

   

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CONSTELLATION.

   

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MEIN SCHIFF.

     

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OCEAN VILLAGE (Number One I think).

Paul Carney writes;

I was on there as a pax with my wife taking my long service award cruise for 20 years service. We had the option of the cruise instead of a monetary award. The Captain was Charlie Carr, Chief Engineer was  Colin Gellatly, Staff Capt was Sarah Breton and Hotel Director was Ian Wynn Smythe. 

   

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ROYAL CLIPPER.

   

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SEA PRINCESS.

   

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SUMMIT.

   

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SOVEREIGN CLASS RCL (I think).

   

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In addition there was a very nice looking mega-yacht in for a few days.

   

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