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A week on MSC Seashore

Western Caribbean

sunny 75 °F

Today was a sea day as we head southwest toward Costa Maya and Cozumel.

The Yacht Club is an excellent experience. I like it better than The Haven on NCL - even The Haven on the Prima class. There is significantly more space dedicated to the ship within a ship.

At 1100 we had a senior officers reception in the bar with the Captain and the other Yacht Club senior officers. At 1600 the ship held a Veterans Reception in one of the main lounges. These Celebrations have become an integral part of the weekly cruises, rather than just a no host gathering, which was the norm in the past.

Late in the day, we got word that Costa Maya was cancelled due to 'weather' and we would be sailing to Cozumel tomorrow arriving at 1900 for the overnight. I looked at the weather in that area and it is fine, so something else is going on with that Mexican community.

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Posted by rpickett 15:46 Archived in Mexico

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