What Happens on a Quilting Cruise Stays on the Quilting Cruise….Not!- Part 1

I have just returned from an absolutely fabulous cruise aboard the amazing Royal Caribbean Alure Ship. There I was, with lots of old quilting friends and new quilting friends for a fabulous 7 days aboard the largest ship in the world. Here Debby Luttrell and I are having just met up in the Promenade getting ready to go ashore in Nassau. There are 5,000 passengers on this ship. Where are they?

It was a beautiful day in port. The sun was shinning and the little shops were open and ready for business.

My friend Rhonda found the perfect colorful little frock. Doesn’t she look happy!

You really don’t appreciate just how big this ship is until you get off in port. Man, you could put one of the other ships inside this ship. Everyone walking back to the ship after a beautiful day.

Back aboard ship we all went about the task of making new friends.

Once the ship sailed out of port, the fun continued in the Casino….doesn’t everyone look happy?

Now it was time to head off to our private dining room with the rest of the group to have diner.

Something new on this trip was the option to table hop each night so we could have dinner with different quilters.

After dinner, time to play with friends…so many options and so little time…shows, plays, music and the list went on and on. Here a group of us met up on the Boardwalk. Over 5,000 passengers and we kept running into our friends.

Oooooh, I am not done….move on to read Part 2!

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