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Andy & Sheryl Unwin

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About Andy & Sheryl Unwin

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  • Birthday 02/21/1959

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    North Port, Florida
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    Far too many to mention, much too old for some of them and wise enough to know which are still possible.

    Hold my beer.

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  1. Kraken and I had a brief but interesting experience together a few years ago. I may try it again one day, just to see if things have changed since then. What is life without a little risk and adventure...?
  2. Even if it is made with that awful stuff "Kraken" that looks rather interesting. Now if we could have it made with "Pussers Gunpowder Proof" rum, that would be even better.
  3. Thinking on the positive side for a moment. This proves the early detection measures and monitoring are effective, and notice everyone was isolated immediately to mitigate contacts and spreading. Well done says I
  4. As I understand it, RC makes every effort to avoid such things, and have a team monitoring weather way ahead of any ships course and making "suggestions" to the ships captain about how to avoid any unpleasantness. Passengers turning green and not having an amazing time isnt good for business.
  5. Oh my, this could get interesting.... Thinking about our last time on Navigator First thing is morning coffee, OJ and fruit delivered to the JS. out to the balcony More coffee with second breakfast in the MDR, down to the R bar, for Bloody Mary then stroll around the walking track Back to the R bar, jack and coke takes me through to lunch Glass of wine with lunch in the MDR Back to the R Bar to let lunch settle and wash down with another Jack and Coke Mini Golf Back to the R Bar - more jack and coke Change for dinner Dinner in the MDR- 2 glas
  6. I know its far too soon to be overly excited by this, but we do see it as a positive step which will help us get back to sea
  7. I am former Royal Navy, a scheduled day of activities is something I would expect. Particularly any emergency evolutions etc.
  8. They didnt on Navigator this year, we discussed it with the wait staff. When we told them we were sad we missed Valentines Day at sea, they confirmed it wasnt too special at all.
  9. As a florida resident, its easy to get to any of the 4 cruise ports here for me, so I would volunteer in a heartbeat
  10. My best memory from our last cruise (Navigator, Feb 2020) was springing one surprise after another on Sheryl for her birthday.
  11. I just read the blog article (thank you Matt). Totally tickled pink and looking forward to next year with renewed optimism. Let the fun begin
  12. Q: What swims at the bottom of the sea and scares the other fish ? A: Jack the Kipper
  13. My thought is yes. I routinely fly a lot on business and know only too well how often flights are cancelled, delayed or diverted. Personally if I were flying for a cruise with a departure deadline, I would rather hibernate in a hotel overnight than risk not making it onboard
  14. Ahh as a former Royal Navy signalman, this is right up my street. This is not a maritime law per se, but nautical etiquette. A foreign flagged vessel, (RCL ships are registered in the Bahamas) visiting a port, routinely fly the flag of the country they are visiting from a prominent position. Usually the masthead, or starboard outer yardarm as a mark of respect. The flag for the country of registration is normally displayed from the Ensign Staff, at the stern. It is endearing to see such maritime tradiitions continue in the modern age
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