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July 22, 2009


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We had a great group aboard, so the cozy quarters weren't a problem.
Taking a boat this small meant we were able to get closer to a lot of things that you would never even know were there if you were on a much larger cruise.
Some of my favorite moments included: visiting the oyster farm and eating freshly shucked oysters literally straight off of the farmer's boat, sleeping in the boat parked near the foot of a waterfall (great night's sleep!) and the Zodiac day trips out to the rain forest or among the glacial ice.
I'd love to do another cruise on this boat!

We took a trans-Atlantic cruise on our honeymoon, not a huge ship but still about 800 people. We loved it and can't wait to go on another one. An Alaskan cruise is on our wish list, but I would have never thought of such a small boat. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

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