Posts made in June, 2006

Kiel Canal, Germany

Stage Manager’s Log M.S. Prinsendam Sunday, June 25, 2006 Kiel Canal, Germany I got up this morning to see some of the scenery and watch as we went through the locks into the canal. I have to say, the locks were not quite as exciting as I was hoping. I guess the change in water level was not too great so you could barely tell that we moved at all. It was interesting to see all of the traffic on the canal. This canal is actually the most...

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Amsterdam, Netherlands – Day 2

Stage Manager’s Log M.S. Prinsendam Sunday, June 24, 2006 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Day 2 Another day with plenty of time to sleep in. Today was debarkation in the morning and then embarkation in the afternoon. We really didn’t have anything going on, not even rehearsals as tonight’s show was the welcome aboard introductions. I didn’t get off the ship today so that Jorge could get off and go see the town. I also had some maintenance to do...

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Amsterdam, Netherlands – Day 1

Stage Manager’s Log M.S. Prinsendam Friday, June 23, 2006 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Day 1 Today was a rather long day. We treated it like a port day even though we didn’t arrive in Amsterdam until 1200. The nice thing was that there was no morning lecture, so I got the chance to sleep in a little. I got up to watch the last bit of sailing into the port, which was very interesting. We sailed up one of the canals into Amsterdam and then the...

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At Sea

Stage Manager’s Log M.S. Prinsendam Thursday, June 22, 2006 At Sea Today the sea was pretty rough. I don’t mind too much, in fact the rough started last night and the rocking puts me right to sleep. I believe according to the reports from the bridge that the seas were about 7-10 feet. It was probably the roughest seas we have had all cruise. There were slightly fewer people around on deck to day, and I even noticed that they had put barf...

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At Sea

Stage Manager’s Log M.S. Prinsendam Wednesday, June 21, 2006 At Sea Today was not such a bad sea day. In the morning instead of giving a lecture, Barbara had a slideshow and some Norwegian music for people to come and watch and listen to. The Music was the Peter Gynt suite, very beautiful. I didn’t watch all the slides, but the music was great for writing to. After the music appreciation with Barbara we moved right along to the “Life at...

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