Reflections from the past few days. Thank you internet. LOL.
We wanted to begin on a serious note. Yesterday afternoon we made our way back to Nassau due to a medical emergency. By early evening we were anchored and a tender was deployed to take the person over to shore. Medical emergencies like this do not happen on every voyage but they are a reality of daily life whether on land or at sea. Ironically, on the second segment of the 2020 World Cruise after we were sailing from Los Angeles West we had to turn back to take a guest to the closest area where the guest could get the medical attention required. In this case, it was someone we knew very well. We wish for a full recovery of the guest taken off the ship last evening.
We then headed towards todays port of call of Exuma at a higher speed than we had been sailing.
Yesterday was a great day between Keith enjoying Paddle Tennis in the morning and afternoon, walks and a visit to the salon for Anne Marie, wonderful food and drink and enjoying being at sea. We so missed the views of the Ocean and Land from sea and all of the enjoyment we have when cruising.
Photos are from this cruise since we haven't been able to post. Butler Frederick, Penthouse Stewardess Puii, a few items from dinner, views from the ship including Bimini, The MSC ship, Keith playing Paddle Tennis with friend Ashley, and Embarkation Day for this second voyage.
This is a listing of drinks (inclusive with no up charge and connoisseur with a charge from thee Crystal Cove Lounge Bar.
A couple of photos from the last cruise.
We are enjoying another great day on Serenity. Some exercise before breakfast, and after breakfast Anne Marie walked, Keith had his hair cut by the same person who did Anne Marie's yesterday. Keith was the only person in the main area. When Anne Marie had her hair done there was one person getting a manicure/pedicure. They are trying to start off very slow with a limited number of people in the salon.
Afterwards, Keith played Paddle Tennis with friend Ashley and two other very nice guests on their first Crystal Cruise. One of them, Ivon, just turned 83 yesterday and he does well. Before Ivon arrived Keith play one one side against two. It's not easy but it's all good.
We enjoyed a nice lunch and Keith returned to Paddle Tennis and Anne Marie walked on the Promenade Deck and we enjoyed a lecture and the rest of the afternoon on the ship.
Anne Marie and Keith