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Captain’s Log: Eurodam’s Azipods

Captain’s Log: Eurodam’s Azipods

Our Azipod-drive vessels are the Vista-class ships, including “Amsterdam”, “Eurodam” and the soon to be added to the fleet, “Nieuw Amsterdam”. The “Amsterdam” is slightly different in concept, in that the Captain has to chose beforehand which pod he is going to use as his ‘maneuverable’ one, the other stays fixed in the fore-and-aft line….   read more of “Captain’s…”

Postcards from San Juan

Postcards from San Juan

Eurodam called at San Juan yesterday, Nov. 11. Captain Mercer sent us his charming photos of the town, as well as some pretty nighttime shots taken during sailaway. One of the many beautiful alleyways in the Old Town. The locals enjoying the shade of a tree. Old San Juan from the bay. El Morro from…   read more of “Postcards from San…”

Postcards From St. Thomas

Postcards From St. Thomas

The last two photos of Eurodam departing Crown Bay were taken during the ship’s previous call at St. Thomas. Photos courtesy of Steve Garrod.

Meet Mrs. Mercer

Meet Mrs. Mercer

In a previous post Captain Mercer mentioned that his wife, Karen, was on board with him (she has since gone home). We thought it would be fun to post a photo of the couple so we asked him to send us a picture. Blog fans, meet Mrs. Mercer!

Postcards From San Juan

Postcards From San Juan

Eurodam is calling at San Juan, Puerto Rico, today. These photos were taken during the ship’s previous visit. Eurodam alongside Carnival Triumph. Photos courtesy of Steve Garrod.

Captain’s Log: Nov. 10, Grand Turk

Captain’s Log: Nov. 10, Grand Turk

Avoiding Paloma Captain Jonathan Mercer I am sure that many readers wonder how we fared with Hurricane Paloma, (now Tropical Storm Paloma). Now that we are docked at the Grand Turk Cruise Center, I can sit and write. When hurricanes, or the threat of them, appear on the weather sites, we have an established procedure…   read more of “Captain’s…”

Captain’s Log: Nov. 6, At Sea

Captain’s Log: Nov. 6, At Sea

We have had a very enjoyable week. The voyage south from Port Everglades towards Grand Turk, through what is basically the ‘open’ Atlantic, was windy and we used our stabilisers throughout. I was a little concerned that the wind, which showed no sign of abating on the morning of the 3rd, would affect our ability…   read more of “Captain’s…”