Pictures of the Week – Smooth Sailing? Not Always…

Sometimes, the right combination of weather and waves makes the seas a little rougher than ‘glass’. Here’s a few spectacular pictures of when this is the case.

Ships shown are part of the Carnival, Cunard or Fred. Olson fleets.

DBA

Fred. Olson’s Balmoral


Carnival Triumph

Carnival Ecstacy

Cunard’s Queen Victoria, taken from Queen Elizabeth 2


Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth 2, taken from Queen Victoria

(this was a tandem crossing for the ships)

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3 Responses to Pictures of the Week – Smooth Sailing? Not Always…

  1. sj says:

    I’d have 20 seabands on my wrists!!

  2. Terry says:

    Reminds me of coming home from Viet Nam in 1969 on a aircraft carrier. In the Sea of Japan we hit a little rough water…..like we were taking waves over the bow. Oh the memories of that little cruise.

  3. Ronald says:

    The Balmoral is the old NCL Crown. I understand that they just made her 100 feet longer. Looks like they did a good job welding. She is a fine ship.

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