Last night was the second and final formal night of the cruise. We dined at Waterside. In addition to dining at one of the specialty and alternative restaurants guests could sign up to attend the Supper Club which includes entertainment and dancing. The Supper Club menu features some of the items from the Waterside Menu and guests mainly sit at four person tables. We have dined at the Supper Club a couple of times on previous cruises.
Dinner at Waterside was excellent. Cruise Director Rick Spath joined us.
We didn't take photos of all items and were very pleased with the choice of items and the cuisine we each ordered.
The good news was setting the clocks back last evening.
Today we anchored off Portimao, Portugal.
We decided to stay on-board Serenity as there are friends who will be leaving tomorrow and we wanted to spend time with them.
Between seeing friends, walking the promenade deck, and playing paddle tennis we also made room for dining.
One of the butlers is from this area who was our butler for the first two Bahama Cruises and Keith got to meet his mother and other family members as he was touring them around the ship. Another senior member got to board today and so nice he didn't have to fly to the ship.
We wanted to add some photos of the new signage on some of the doors, the early risers breakfast at Marketplace and a couple of photos of the spa waiting room.
Some photos of the Fitness Center.
Today's Daily Refections Program
Anne Marie & Keith
Keith & Anne Marie love traveling by cruise ship and have sailed the equivalent of several years traveling the world.
St Peter Port