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EMBARKATION We arrived at the Mariner in Copenhagen early ? around 11 AM, since we did a pre-cruise for a few days in Finland, and the only flights available got us into CPH at 10 AM. It was pouring rain when we arrived at the Mariner. We were the first ones there. They told us that they could not normally board us this early, but due to the weather, they allowed us on board to await formal check-in. They showed us to the Mariner Lounge, where we were immediately approached by Nico who offered us drinks. Being too early, we declined ("Too early" changes as the cruise wears on, of course ). He didn't just walk away. He then said the magic words, "Can I get you a coffee OR CAPPUCINO" (This was important because on a prior cruise on Celebrity a major complaint was the inability to get capuccino when we wanted it)? He brought our capuccino, and we sat & talked with him for quite some time. What a personable guy! Then the Cruise Director came to us, and offered us a tour of the ship. She escorted us around the ship, and back then to the Lounge. Jane, the piano player, arrived to get ready to begin playing for the embarkation. We had a friendly conversation with her, and then listened to her terrific repertoire of songs. We would visit her frequently throughout the cruise. Also during this time, a few of the ship dancers approached us & again we had friendly conversation with them. After a few more minutes there, we were brought our room cards, and told we could go to our cabin. We arrived & Luiggina, our stewardess, was just finishing up. We left our carry-ons & went to the pool deck for lunch. Again, we were overwhelmed by the friendliness and service there. Not an ordinary " burger & 'dog" poolside spread. As happened at all times in the buffets, we were greeted by crew members who carried everything for us (Actually, a few times later in the cruise I really WANTED to carry my own stuff ? but they wouldn't let me!) By the time we finished lunch, we went back to our cabin, and there was our luggage. Unfortunately, one of our bags was not waterproof, so some contents were wet. A dark shirt ran onto my wife's white top, which caused some black smudges on the shoulder. DINNER WOW! We looked at the menus, posted on the TV & in front of Compass Rose, and Latitudes looked interesting. They vary the menu depending on the location ? using food of the location & blending it with food from the opposite part of the globe. The menu was a Russian-Oriental blend. It looked wonderful, but it tasted so much better than it even looked. If this was not the best meal I ever had, it certainly ranked right up there in the top 3 (Le Toison D'Or in Dijon may beat it) But that wasn't all ? the service! Friendly. Flawless. We were at a table for 2, but the interaction among those around us was great, and it seemed like a few of us were all together. This was pretty consistent throughout the ship ? a friendly, efficient crew and friendly, interesting guests. What a great combination! We booked for Friday night as we left. Day 2 - VISBY Fortunately, the arrival in Visby was not early morning, so we did not need to set an alarm. We woke up early anyway though, and went to the Veranda for breakfast. WHAT DO THEY DO TO THEIR EGGS???? Even a simple item like that they manage to make special! They were terrific. And the Salmon ? LOTS & LOTS of salmon ? good salmon. Yummy! As usual, too, the service was impeccable. Our coffee cups could not get empty, our juice glasses refilled without asking. Food carried to our seat. If we wanted more food, we could just ask and it would be brought to us (MORE FOOD? Ugh! ) Despite having been in Visby before, we took the Ship's tour of Visby so we could learn a bit more about what we had seen previously. I think I'd have preferred to go on our own with a guide book. That day a Medieval Festival was beginning in Visby, and the place was swarming with people ? many of whom were in medieval garb. It added a festive atmosphere to the place, but also made it more difficult to maneuver around. As we love to do in Scandinavia, after the tour we stopped at a lovely little cafe & had a brew. Love sampling local beers & ice cream ? and were not disappointed here. After returning to the ship, yet another instance of the incredible Radisson service surfaced. I had asked our Stewardess for extra pillows, and a blanket instead of those puffy things they use on the bed. I also asked if we could get olives (I like olives with my vodka). She wrote me a note telling me that she did everything I asked, and then saying she could not get the olives, but room service could. I picked up the phone & accidentally hit the Call Stewardess button. I immediately realized, hung up, and then began calling room service. I pushed only 2 buttons & there was a knock at the door ? it was Luiggina answering the page! YIKES ? so Quick!!! (I did NOT follow the No ? Tipping for her, and a few others). That evening, Formal Night, we ate at the Compass Rose. Uh Oh ? trouble. The food was much too good for a "regular" restaurant. I cannot recall specifically what we ate when, but I do recall remarking that the worst food we had on this cruise was very very good. As we were entering we were speaking with another couple & asked if they wanted to join us for dinner, so we sat with this couple. The introduction was humorous. The man held out his hand ,saying "Hi. I'm Gil" to which I replied "Hi, I'm Gil!" Gil is not a very common name, so it was funny that we ended up together like that. After dinner it was off to the Lounge to listen to Jane. Played a few of our favorites. We did not go to the show, a magician, as we are not generally show people. Prefer a lounge atmosphere, or comedians. TALINN Here again we took the Ship's tour, and were glad we did. We were interested in hearing the Concert at a church in Talinn, and it was very nice to sit in this medieval courtyard listening to Bach. The guide also pointed us in a good direction for shopping. We had heard reports that Talinn was good place to buy sweaters. It sure was! That evening it was back again to the Compass Rose for another outstanding meal. Different menu there each night. I was a little reluctant to go to Open Seating, but in the end, I liked the idea of just strolling on in whenever we felt like eating. I was struck by how well dressed everyone was on this ship. Not "pukey" nice, but comfortably nice. Even on the Casual nights, sport jackets were common. A nice touch, I thought. ST. PETERSBURG TERRIFIC! We had also been to St. Pete before, so this gave us a chance to see what we missed last time. We signed up for the trip to Peterhof Palace the first morning. It was a magnificent palace, and well worth the 4 hours. My wife thinks we were there last time, but I don't think we were. So even if we were, it was worth seeing again. Took a hydrofoil ride there, then the bus took us back. I am not really an Art fan, but I enjoyed the palace tour & seeing the magnificent artwork, decoration, etc. That afternoon we were scheduled for a tour that was cancelled due to failure to get the minimum (10). That was Jewish heritage" tour. So this was our opportunity to enjoy the ship for an afternoon. After yet another magnificent dinner in Compass rose, we were off to Yusopov Palace for a tour & Opera performance. That was wonderful. Greeted by young people in period costumes, a tour, champagne & caviar, strings, and then Opera highlights in the Theatre. I am very glad I chose this tour over the Ballet option. MOSCOW LOOOOONG Day! Worth the trip. We were whisked to and through Pulkovo airport in St. Pete onto a charter jet, much more modern than I had expected. Comfortable seating ? similar to our shuttle flights in NY. Took off without delay, and landed without delay in Moscow. It seems as though we were given some kind of priority/VIP status. A police escort in Moscow brought us to the Kremlin. The police didn't help very much to slice through the terrible traffic. After touring some churches & the Armory until early afternoon, it was off to a lunch at the Cafe Pushkin. What a terrific meal! And a beautiful restaurant! People were actually taking pictures in the bathrooms there. What a contrast to other bathrooms in Moscow. After lunch it was off to Red Square & a visit to the GUM department store. What a disappointment that was! It wasn't a Department store as we know it. Rather it was a huge indoor mall ? but a very Upscale one at that! All the typical American brands that we see in the Malls here in the U.S. It was here that I saw one of the most disgusting things I have ever seen. There were many beggars in Moscow, many young women carrying little babies. The flight back to St. Pete made me a little bit nervous. After passing through security, we boarded the plane, but there was a definite fuel smell in the plane. I assumed this was due to the fueling of the plane & others nearby. But in the air, the smell was still there. I was a bit nervous about flying with that smell in the plane, and was very happy when we landed. Arrived back at the Ship tired, hungry, and appreciative! The Veranda stayed open late to serve all of us returning from Moscow. This was Buffet food??? It was TERRIFIC! I had a steak there that was juicy, tasty & cooked just right. And it was just sitting out in a buffet. Steaks at Morton's or Ruth Chris aren't usually that good! Had dinner that night with someone who works for Radisson. In addition to being a lot of fun, I learned a lot about the new Voyager. ST. PETE - Day 3 The best day of the cruise. We hired a private guide, through RSSC, and were very happy that we did. Since we had our Jewish Heritage tour cancelled, and we were not able to do the Dostoyevsky tour due to it conflicting with Moscow, we made our own tour to combine these two. The visit to the Synagogue was awe inspiring. We also went to a small annex there where I was asked to join a prayer group. After a visit to a cemetery, our guide took us to stroll on the Nevsky Prospect. Here we found a Blini Kiosk. What fun that was, to order blini's with all kinds of fillings, from jellies to meats. After a quick (but delicious) lunch on the ship, we took a ship's tour to visit a Russian family. This was a highlight of the trip! We visited Yuri, an artist, and his wife, in their relatively upscale apartment. This was the only time it rained, and as we drove up to the apartment, yuri greeted the Van we were in with a large umbrella. The lobby of the building looked like a burned out tenement from the 20's. But the inside of yuri's apartment was exactly what you'd expect from an artist. It reminded me of something in the East Village in the 50's. Yuri & his wife were charming. We discussed life in Russia before & after Perestroika. We discussed 9/11. We were served Tea & cakes & cookies. Yummy stuff! That evening we ate at Signatures. We waited until the 2nd day of the cruise to make reservations there & were unable to get any. But as we were talking to our neighbors on the balcony, we mentioned that we could not book, and they invited us to join them as they had booked, but were only 2. Adding two was OK. Glad they invited us. In addition to the good company, the food was, again, outstanding. Our entire table ordered the Lamb Chop. It melted in my mouth. The flavoring was exquisite. The service, as usual, was impeccable. After dinner we attended the Crew's Latin Music show (By this time we knew the dancers so well that we almost Had To attend!) It was a fun show. They were pretty good. Not Patti LuPone, but good for a cruise show. HELSINKI - Oh no! Last day! Helsinki is great! The city is clean, and accessible, and full of interesting shops, sights, parks. And there is the Rock Church. We heard a concert there of Sibelius compositions by a couple of students from the Sibelius music school. The acoustics & the beauty of this church make the music sound better. I was also able to find Cloudberry Liqueur in a store there (Stockmann's Dept Store ran out of it) & we bought 3 bottles to take home. A little Cloudberry mixed with Vodka & a splash of Sprite makes a great Cloudberry cocktail. Or Cloudberry in coffee makes a good after dinner drink. And the ship served Cloudberry cheesecake in Latitudes. Good Stuff! We had to be back on the ship at 2:30. Not enough time! I'd love to see them change the itinerary to do an overnight in Helsinki ? maybe disembark there the next morning instead of sailing to Stockholm. Dinner again in Latitudes. Different wines, same food. YUM YUM YUM!!!!! STOCKHOLM - NOOOOOO!!!!!! I DON"T WANT TO GO HOME!!!!!! Luiggina said I could stow away in the walk in closet, but thought I might have some trouble when the next people checked into the room. Disembarkation was smooth & painless. Had room service breakfast that morning, and then an unrushed departure. Said our goodbyes to crew & passengers. Exchanged a few e-mail addresses/business cards. Grabbed a cab, and there we were at airport ? empty when we arrived. Was able to make changes to our flight home to get a better routing. NEGATIVES Hmmmm ? Not much, really. Definitely needs to be longer. 7 days was just not enough. As mentioned, an overnight in Helsinki would be good. And the trip really needed a Sea Day. Many people were tired after those 3 days in Russia, and a day "off" before getting to helsinki would have been nice to have. Due to the busy schedule, there was really no time to learn the ship. If I were designing the cabin, I'd use slightly smaller furniture in the sitting area. There were 2 large chairs there ? one for the desk. These could havve been a little smaller which would have provided slightly more room & still been comfortable. I'd put the vanity where the writing desk is, and add more room by having no vanity. But since I am not designing the cabin, I'll gladly go back again as is! Fortunately, I am short, or I'd have had problems in the shower. I think anyone 6' tall will have trouble hitting their head. Why'd they make the tub so high? I have heard people talk about how high the tub wall is, making it difficult to get in. I found no problem there, as the tub is the same height as my tub at home, so I am used to that. As is clear, I am afraid I may have been spoiled for good by this ship. I'll have to go back again soon to confirm my belief that this was an Incredible Cruise!September 2002

Seven Seas Mariner

Seven Seas Mariner Cruise Review by GWESQ

Trip Details
  • Sail Date: December 1899
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EMBARKATION
We arrived at the Mariner in Copenhagen early ? around 11 AM, since we did a
pre-cruise for a few days in Finland, and the only flights available got us into
CPH at 10 AM. It was pouring rain when we arrived at the Mariner. We were the
first ones there. They told us that they could not normally board us this
early, but due to the weather, they allowed us on board to await formal
check-in. They showed us to the Mariner Lounge, where we were immediately
approached by Nico who offered us drinks. Being too early, we declined ("Too
early" changes as the cruise wears on, of course ). He didn't just walk
away. He then said the magic words, "Can I get you a coffee OR CAPPUCINO"
(This was important because on a prior cruise on Celebrity a major complaint was
the inability to get capuccino when we wanted it)? He brought our capuccino,
and we sat & talked with him for quite some time. What a personable guy!
Then the Cruise Director came to us, and offered us a tour of the ship. She
escorted us around the ship, and back then to the Lounge.
Jane, the piano player, arrived to get ready to begin playing for the
embarkation. We had a friendly conversation with her, and then listened to her
terrific repertoire of songs. We would visit her frequently throughout the
cruise. Also during this time, a few of the ship dancers approached us & again
we had friendly conversation with them. After a few more minutes there, we were
brought our room cards, and told we could go to our cabin. We arrived &
Luiggina, our stewardess, was just finishing up. We left our carry-ons & went
to the pool deck for lunch. Again, we were overwhelmed by the friendliness and
service there. Not an ordinary " burger & 'dog" poolside spread. As happened
at all times in the buffets, we were greeted by crew members who carried
everything for us (Actually, a few times later in the cruise I really WANTED to
carry my own stuff ? but they wouldn't let me!) By the time we finished lunch, we went back to our cabin, and there was our luggage. Unfortunately, one of our bags was not waterproof, so some contents were wet. A dark shirt ran onto my wife's white top, which caused some black
smudges on the shoulder.

DINNER WOW! We looked at the menus, posted on the TV & in front of Compass
Rose, and Latitudes looked interesting. They vary the menu depending on the
location ? using food of the location & blending it with food from the opposite
part of the globe. The menu was a Russian-Oriental blend. It looked wonderful,
but it tasted so much better than it even looked. If this was not the best
meal I ever had, it certainly ranked right up there in the top 3 (Le Toison D'Or
in Dijon may beat it) But that wasn't all ? the service! Friendly. Flawless.
We were at a table for 2, but the interaction among those around us was great,
and it seemed like a few of us were all together. This was pretty consistent
throughout the ship ? a friendly, efficient crew and friendly, interesting
guests. What a great combination! We booked for Friday night as we left.


Day 2 - VISBY
Fortunately, the arrival in Visby was not early morning, so we did not need to
set an alarm. We woke up early anyway though, and went to the Veranda for
breakfast. WHAT DO THEY DO TO THEIR EGGS???? Even a simple item like that they
manage to make special! They were terrific. And the Salmon ? LOTS & LOTS of
salmon ? good salmon. Yummy! As usual, too, the service was impeccable. Our
coffee cups could not get empty, our juice glasses refilled without asking.
Food carried to our seat. If we wanted more food, we could just ask and it
would be brought to us (MORE FOOD? Ugh! )

Despite having been in Visby before, we took the Ship's tour of Visby so we
could learn a bit more about what we had seen previously. I think I'd have
preferred to go on our own with a guide book. That day a Medieval Festival was
beginning in Visby, and the place was swarming with people ? many of whom were
in medieval garb. It added a festive atmosphere to the place, but also made it
more difficult to maneuver around. As we love to do in Scandinavia, after the
tour we stopped at a lovely little cafe & had a brew. Love sampling local beers
& ice cream ? and were not disappointed here.

After returning to the ship, yet another instance of the incredible Radisson
service surfaced. I had asked our Stewardess for extra pillows, and a blanket
instead of those puffy things they use on the bed. I also asked if we could get
olives (I like olives with my vodka). She wrote me a note telling me that she
did everything I asked, and then saying she could not get the olives, but room
service could. I picked up the phone & accidentally hit the Call Stewardess
button. I immediately realized, hung up, and then began calling room service. I
pushed only 2 buttons & there was a knock at the door ? it was Luiggina
answering the page! YIKES ? so Quick!!! (I did NOT follow the No ? Tipping for
her, and a few others).
That evening, Formal Night, we ate at the Compass Rose. Uh Oh ? trouble. The
food was much too good for a "regular" restaurant. I cannot recall specifically
what we ate when, but I do recall remarking that the worst food we had on this
cruise was very very good. As we were entering we were speaking with another
couple & asked if they wanted to join us for dinner, so we sat with this couple.
The introduction was humorous. The man held out his hand ,saying "Hi. I'm Gil"
to which I replied "Hi, I'm Gil!" Gil is not a very common name, so it was
funny that we ended up together like that. After dinner it was off to the Lounge to listen to Jane. Played a few of our favorites. We did not go to the show, a magician, as we are not generally show people. Prefer a lounge atmosphere, or comedians.

TALINN
Here again we took the Ship's tour, and were glad we did. We were interested in
hearing the Concert at a church in Talinn, and it was very nice to sit in this
medieval courtyard listening to Bach. The guide also pointed us in a good
direction for shopping. We had heard reports that Talinn was good place to buy
sweaters. It sure was!

That evening it was back again to the Compass Rose for another outstanding meal.
Different menu there each night. I was a little reluctant to go to Open
Seating, but in the end, I liked the idea of just strolling on in whenever we
felt like eating. I was struck by how well dressed everyone was on this ship.
Not "pukey" nice, but comfortably nice. Even on the Casual nights, sport
jackets were common. A nice touch, I thought.

ST. PETERSBURG
TERRIFIC! We had also been to St. Pete before, so this gave us a chance to see
what we missed last time. We signed up for the trip to Peterhof Palace the
first morning. It was a magnificent palace, and well worth the 4 hours. My
wife thinks we were there last time, but I don't think we were. So even if we
were, it was worth seeing again. Took a hydrofoil ride there, then the bus
took us back. I am not really an Art fan, but I enjoyed the palace tour &
seeing the magnificent artwork, decoration, etc.
That afternoon we were scheduled for a tour that was cancelled due to failure to
get the minimum (10). That was Jewish heritage" tour. So this was our
opportunity to enjoy the ship for an afternoon. After yet another magnificent
dinner in Compass rose, we were off to Yusopov Palace for a tour & Opera
performance. That was wonderful. Greeted by young people in period costumes, a
tour, champagne & caviar, strings, and then Opera highlights in the Theatre. I
am very glad I chose this tour over the Ballet option.

MOSCOW
LOOOOONG Day! Worth the trip. We were whisked to and through Pulkovo airport
in St. Pete onto a charter jet, much more modern than I had expected.
Comfortable seating ? similar to our shuttle flights in NY. Took off without
delay, and landed without delay in Moscow. It seems as though we were given
some kind of priority/VIP status. A police escort in Moscow brought us to the
Kremlin. The police didn't help very much to slice through the terrible
traffic. After touring some churches & the Armory until early afternoon, it was
off to a lunch at the Cafe Pushkin. What a terrific meal! And a beautiful
restaurant! People were actually taking pictures in the bathrooms there. What
a contrast to other bathrooms in Moscow. After lunch it was off to Red Square
& a visit to the GUM department store. What a disappointment that was! It
wasn't a Department store as we know it. Rather it was a huge indoor mall ? but
a very Upscale one at that! All the typical American brands that we see in the
Malls here in the U.S.
It was here that I saw one of the most disgusting things I have ever seen.
There were many beggars in Moscow, many young women carrying little babies. The flight back to St. Pete made me a little bit nervous. After passing through
security, we boarded the plane, but there was a definite fuel smell in the
plane. I assumed this was due to the fueling of the plane & others nearby.
But in the air, the smell was still there. I was a bit nervous about flying
with that smell in the plane, and was very happy when we landed. Arrived back
at the Ship tired, hungry, and appreciative! The Veranda stayed open late to
serve all of us returning from Moscow. This was Buffet food??? It was
TERRIFIC! I had a steak there that was juicy, tasty & cooked just right. And
it was just sitting out in a buffet. Steaks at Morton's or Ruth Chris aren't
usually that good! Had dinner that night with someone who works for Radisson.
In addition to being a lot of fun, I learned a lot about the new Voyager.

ST. PETE - Day 3
The best day of the cruise. We hired a private guide, through RSSC, and were
very happy that we did. Since we had our Jewish Heritage tour cancelled, and we
were not able to do the Dostoyevsky tour due to it conflicting with Moscow, we
made our own tour to combine these two. The visit to the Synagogue was awe
inspiring. We also went to a small annex there where I was asked to join a
prayer group. After a visit to a cemetery, our guide took us to stroll on the
Nevsky Prospect. Here we found a Blini Kiosk. What fun that was, to order
blini's with all kinds of fillings, from jellies to meats.
After a quick (but delicious) lunch on the ship, we took a ship's tour to visit
a Russian family. This was a highlight of the trip! We visited Yuri, an
artist, and his wife, in their relatively upscale apartment. This was the only
time it rained, and as we drove up to the apartment, yuri greeted the Van we
were in with a large umbrella. The lobby of the building looked like a burned
out tenement from the 20's. But the inside of yuri's apartment was exactly what
you'd expect from an artist. It reminded me of something in the East Village in
the 50's. Yuri & his wife were charming. We discussed life in Russia before &
after Perestroika. We discussed 9/11. We were served Tea & cakes & cookies.
Yummy stuff!

That evening we ate at Signatures. We waited until the 2nd day of the cruise to
make reservations there & were unable to get any. But as we were talking to our
neighbors on the balcony, we mentioned that we could not book, and they invited
us to join them as they had booked, but were only 2. Adding two was OK. Glad
they invited us. In addition to the good company, the food was, again,
outstanding. Our entire table ordered the Lamb Chop. It melted in my mouth.
The flavoring was exquisite. The service, as usual, was impeccable. After
dinner we attended the Crew's Latin Music show (By this time we knew the dancers
so well that we almost Had To attend!) It was a fun show. They were pretty
good. Not Patti LuPone, but good for a cruise show.

HELSINKI - Oh no! Last day!
Helsinki is great! The city is clean, and accessible, and full of interesting
shops, sights, parks. And there is the Rock Church. We heard a concert there
of Sibelius compositions by a couple of students from the Sibelius music school.
The acoustics & the beauty of this church make the music sound better. I was
also able to find Cloudberry Liqueur in a store there (Stockmann's Dept Store ran
out of it) & we bought 3 bottles to take home. A little Cloudberry mixed with
Vodka & a splash of Sprite makes a great Cloudberry cocktail. Or Cloudberry in
coffee makes a good after dinner drink. And the ship served Cloudberry
cheesecake in Latitudes. Good Stuff!
We had to be back on the ship at 2:30. Not enough time! I'd love to see them
change the itinerary to do an overnight in Helsinki ? maybe disembark there the
next morning instead of sailing to Stockholm. Dinner again in Latitudes. Different wines, same food. YUM YUM YUM!!!!!

STOCKHOLM -
NOOOOOO!!!!!! I DON"T WANT TO GO HOME!!!!!!
Luiggina said I could stow away in the walk in closet, but thought I might have
some trouble when the next people checked into the room.
Disembarkation was smooth & painless. Had room service breakfast that morning,
and then an unrushed departure. Said our goodbyes to crew & passengers.
Exchanged a few e-mail addresses/business cards. Grabbed a cab, and there we
were at airport ? empty when we arrived. Was able to make changes to our flight
home to get a better routing.

NEGATIVES

Hmmmm ? Not much, really.
Definitely needs to be longer. 7 days was just not enough. As mentioned, an
overnight in Helsinki would be good. And the trip really needed a Sea Day.
Many people were tired after those 3 days in Russia, and a day "off" before
getting to helsinki would have been nice to have. Due to the busy schedule,
there was really no time to learn the ship.

If I were designing the cabin, I'd use slightly smaller furniture in the sitting
area. There were 2 large chairs there ? one for the desk. These could havve
been a little smaller which would have provided slightly more room & still been
comfortable. I'd put the vanity where the writing desk is, and add more room by
having no vanity. But since I am not designing the cabin, I'll gladly go back
again as is!

Fortunately, I am short, or I'd have had problems in the shower. I think anyone
6' tall will have trouble hitting their head. Why'd they make the tub so high?
I have heard people talk about how high the tub wall is, making it difficult to
get in. I found no problem there, as the tub is the same height as my tub at
home, so I am used to that.


As is clear, I am afraid I may have been spoiled for good by this ship. I'll
have to go back again soon to confirm my belief that this was an Incredible
Cruise!September 2002
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