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  • Seagull
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    7th February 2015 - early morning at Miraflores.


    Later that same day Serenissima reached Gatan locks, and I picked her up on both the webcams:




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  • Seagull
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    While I was busy posting my photos, Serenissima has been across in central America. She actually went through the Panama Canal and back on more than one of her cruises, and I did manage to grab some webcam pictures.

    Here is the ship at Miraflores on the 20th January 2015:


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  • Seagull
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    Thank you all for more wonderful comments. Tommi and Ralf have me blushing but absolutely delighted to have pleased. And this is also the perfect moment to thank every single one of you that have followed the voyage with me.

    My cunning plot to distract attention from a couple of “selfies” certainly worked - hahahaha back to you pakarang! ...I'm declaring "photogenic captain" a draw! (though you may be slightly ahead ...278 likes of your profile picture on FB can'’t be wrong!!!!!! )

    Ombugge’'s "Where to next???" might refer to Serenissima or myself! Better keep an eye here in Serenissima's thread and also in "Seagull away a while" to be sure of keeping track in the weeks and months to come!

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  • pakarang
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    Wonderful trip report from the Serenissima..... and yes, Captain Padjen certainly is a whole lot more photogenic when compared to me.

    HAHAHAHA

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  • ombugge
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    She doesn't need to worry about competition from the Queens and Oasis type of ships. Those who think that big is better wouldn't look at this little ship at all, while those who look at the big ships as floating shopping malls with hotel facilities are still enough to fill this one for the foreseeable future, I hope.

    Nice trip, even with the complications and deviations due to weather and politics. Where to next???

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