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2004 Date: 3/19/2004

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Dockside

Morning at Malory Square

The Navigator was docked at Malory Square, which is only a few blocks from Duval Street and downtown Key West.

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Breakfast at Pepe's

Pepe's

I met my friend Tim for breakfast at Pepe's, one of my favorite spots for breakfast, and home of the world famous steak-smothered-porkchops for dinner. There is usually a small wait to get a table at this popular quaint restaurants, but the food and ambiance is great.

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Wanderer

Tim and His Boat Wanderer

After breakfast, Tim showed me his boat, Wanderer, which is is taking up the East Coast on a year long sojourn.

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Boats of Key West

Sailing Ship off of Key West

Key West is home to lots of luxury yachts, and classic sailing vessels.

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Tour of Ship

Looking at Key West From Ship

Before the cruise, I had requested a Visitor Pass for Tim, so that he could see a cruise ship up close. The first day aboard, I went to reception and completed the visitor form, which is signed by the Staff Captain. This form is presented at the security check point, where it is crossed of a list and a photo ID is kept until the visitor leaves the ship.

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Afternoon on Duval Street

Gallant Lady at Dock

After shopping a bit on Duval, I went to look at some of the mega-yachts that dock in Key West.

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Drinks at the Pier House

Pier House

Pier House is a wonderful resort in the heart of Key West. It's a perfect place to watch sunsets and boats go by.

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Ship Departure

Tug Assist

The ship, with the assistance of some tugs, collected docklines and departed at about 5:30 p.m.

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Gallant Lady

Mega Yacht

The Mega-Yacht Gallant Lady was at port in Key West.

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Leaving the Channel

Sunset at Malory Square

The ship left just before sunset, where a crowd was already forming at Malory Square. Some charter catamarans and classic schooners were already sailing around preparing for sunset.

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Sunset over the Keys

Sunset

Key West sunset.

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Ships Staff Review

Staff

Hotel Director Lars Olssen.

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Dinner at Compass Rose

Dinner

Last dinner of cruise at Compass Rose restaurant.

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Early Packing

Last Sunset of Cruise

Usually on the last night, you have to set out luggage before midnight, so that the ships crew can assemble the luggage below for a efficient arrival.

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Ship Data

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