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    Royal Clipper - day two

    Royal Clipper Day Two




    Today we arrived in St. Lucia after a good nights sleep. The ship definitely moves more than a conventional cruise ship, but that is to be expected and the motion of the waves does rock you to sleep.


    The weather here is typically Caribbean, hot, sunny then suddenly changing to dark clouds and showers.


    Breakfast was very good, buffet style in the main restaurant, or coffee and pastries in the Tropical lounge. Then off on the tenders in to Rodney Bay and a walk around the marina. Back to the ship for lunch followed by an afternoon taking in the sun and enjoying this lovely ship.


    As we sailed away from St. Lucia the sea started to get a bit rough, but this was soon forgotten as we enjoyed dinner in the main restaurant.


    Evenings on board are quite low key with theTropical bar being the main area for everyone to gather and enjoy a drink after dinner. Then off to bed as tomorrow is an exciting day.
    Hello Forum - I have been working in the travel industry for the last 20 years, specialising in cruise for the last 10 years. I have been lucky enough to visit many wonderful countries and sail on a wide variety of Ocean and River cruise ships too.

    Have a look at my website www.camillacruises.co.uk to find out more and see how my clients have rated my service.

    You can call me on 0800 408 6113 or email me at Camillae@cruise.co.uk and I will be ready to help you plan your next cruise.

    #2
    Camilla, being a smaller ship when you said the sea was a bit rough, any cruisers fell ill?

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      #3
      That must be a very pleasant sensation,getting gently rocked to sleep. I am useless on train as i always feel sleepy all that rocking! Jan.

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        #4
        I'm not sure if the rocking motion would put me to sleep, I suppose it depends on how much. That's the reason, I would be reluctant but it does sound great. My husband would love it.
        Cheers Drew and Linda

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          #5
          Well she is a sailing ship, as the captain keeps re minding us, so she does move about but I don't think anyone has really been ill. In fact a few people have said they find sea sickness worse on larger ships.
          Hello Forum - I have been working in the travel industry for the last 20 years, specialising in cruise for the last 10 years. I have been lucky enough to visit many wonderful countries and sail on a wide variety of Ocean and River cruise ships too.

          Have a look at my website www.camillacruises.co.uk to find out more and see how my clients have rated my service.

          You can call me on 0800 408 6113 or email me at Camillae@cruise.co.uk and I will be ready to help you plan your next cruise.

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