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Eurodam Postcard from Louie Pang

Eurodam Postcard from Louie Pang

Hello Eurodam, We have a great time Dec. 13-20, despite the rocky ride initially. Food is great and service is better than what we used to have. Little details really count: The silverware in dinning room. Lemonade and chilled towel for guests coming back from shore (didn’t see that even for the Queen Mary’s guests!)…   read more of “Eurodam Postcard…”

Bests Mark 25 Years on Eurodam

Bests Mark 25 Years on Eurodam

We sailed on the Eurodam Nov. 15-22, 2008, to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. We reaffirmed our wedding vows on Nov. 16. We are still enjoying the wonderful memories of the journey. Thank You, David & Peggy Best  

Postcards from the Dec. 13 Cruise

Cruiser Becky Holtrop sent us this nice note and a link to photos from her recent cruise: We were on Eurodam’s December 13 sailing. The ship was beautifully decorated for Christmas and we cruised in style since we stayed in the penthouse! Here’s a link to my photo album. Captain Mercer said we experienced the…   read more of “Postcards from the…”

Christmas Morning on Eurodam

Christmas Morning on Eurodam

Ken Edmier of Leesburg, Ga., sent us some photos of the festivities on board Eurodam Dec. 25, along with this note: Christmas morning on the Eurodam included the cruise director and entertainers leading in singing Christmas carols. The carols were interrupted by the Captain letting us know that radar had picked up an unknown object…   read more of “Christmas Morning…”

Captain’s Log: Dec. 25, at Sea

Captain’s Log: Dec. 25, at Sea

Aboard Eurodam We have had a lovely Christmas. Yesterday, the 24th, we were docked in a windy Philipsburg, St. Maarten. There were five big cruise ships in and it was consequently very busy. The large swell was rolling into the bay despite the headland which protects the harbour and we had put additional mooring lines…   read more of “Captain’s…”