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  • Aplmac, Barbados
    started a topic ODYSSEY at Barbados!

    ODYSSEY at Barbados!

    21st. November 2009





    Odyssey's graceful stern lines!

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  • Aplmac, Barbados
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    Talk about cramped!!

    Originally posted by SS_FRANCE, Manchester View Post
    There are only 450 passengers on board so they only need four (150 pax each)
    Your mention of 150 pax per tiny lifeboat begs the question..

    Just how do they stack us?
    Like Sardines? head to tail?

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  • SS_FRANCE, Manchester
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    !!!!

    Originally posted by Grumpy, Boston View Post
    Where do they hide the lifeboats?
    Hi. We thought that too! There are only 450 passengers on board so they only need four (150 pax each) I suppose the crew have to use the inflatable ones (it's a little reminiscent of Titanic!).

    Its a lovely ship though. we are hoping to revisit her this year.

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  • Aplmac, Barbados
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    Originally posted by Grumpy, Boston View Post
    Where do they hide the lifeboats?
    I see two on this side..


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  • Malcolm, Essex
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    Originally posted by Grumpy, Boston View Post
    Where do they hide the lifeboats?
    She does not need too many with only 450 passengers! ;) Other ships of a similar size often carry 800+ passengers.

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  • Grumpy, Boston
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    Doh! Of course. And so obvious really

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  • spartan, kent
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    Originally posted by Grumpy, Boston View Post
    Where do they hide the lifeboats?
    They will have inflatable rafts,they do the same job and are more likely to be useable if the ship gets into real trouble. When she starts to lean over 50% of the lifeboats can't be launched.

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  • Grumpy, Boston
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    Where do they hide the lifeboats?

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  • Aplmac, Barbados
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    Originally posted by Malcolm Oliver, Essex View Post
    Odyssey:
    One of the rare quality new-builds of intimate proportions.
    Yes, she's easy on the eye, that's for sure!

    Larger shots of Odyssey at..
    http://www.angelfire.com/wizard2/cncisland/bigships/odyssey.html



    You might like what you find in my Smaller Ships section
    at webpage
    http://www.angelfire.com/wizard2/cncisland/bigships/smaller.html

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  • Malcolm, Essex
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    Odyssey: One of the rare quality newbuilds of intimate proportions. I love her.

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  • spartan, kent
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    real sailing

    just a couple of shots for you

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  • Aplmac, Barbados
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    Waterslide? -on Seabourn?

    Originally posted by Walker, Seascale View Post
    She's beautiful- but is there a vast slide from the funnels into the pool?
    Somehow I rather doubt that.

    Methinks you need a Carnival Waterworks ship to satisfy that little urge..

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  • Jocap, Cumbria
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    She's beautiful- but is there a vast slide from the funnels into the pool? I fancy that!!!- Jo.

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  • Aplmac, Barbados
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    Brand new she is.
    Entered service June 2009!

    She's got gorgeous lines.
    We saw glimpses of her interior on local TV News tonight.

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  • Seasick, Scotland
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    Now thats one I would love to be on :D

    mrs.m

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