Room views Not bad, same as all the other cruises that we have gone on
Cruise port of Baltimore. Next to 95. Very easy access.
Cable repair ships
More Port of Baltimore Views
US Coast Guard escorted us all the way past Calvert Cliffs Nuclear plant. I guess they are concerned that the Captin may want to ram the cruise ship into the nuclear power plant ??
Masonville Cove What began as the restoration of an abandoned and neglected parcel of land in the Middle Branch has become something very special. Masonville Cove is 70 acres of water and 54 acres of cleaned-up wetlands, nature trails, and a protected bird sanctuary, all soon-to-be protected by a conservation easement and part of the Shores of Baltimore Land Trust. The Masonville project developed from mitigation tied to the creation of a Dredged Material Containment Facility (DMCF) by the Maryland Port Administration (MPA). Dredge
Fort McHenry National Monument
Looking back at Fort McHenry National Monument with the Red / Green channel Markers
WBAL TV 11 Helicoptor harassing the ship
Passing under the Francis Scott Key Bridge. The main span of 1200 feet is the third longest span of any continuous truss in the world. (Vertical navigational clearance under main span, 185 feet)
Sunset over Baltimore
Two hours to get down to US-50 Chesapeake Bay Bridge. (A 3200 foot (980 m) suspension span over the western channel with a maximum clearance of 186 feet (56.7 m))
It took us appx. 6 hours to get to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge tunnel. We passed that around 1 AM
Mary and Monika doing laps
Not bad. Sunny and in the low 70's
Monika vs. Frog Legs
This was probably our worse day. Scattered showers and cool. In the 60's Mary on the Elliptical Trainers in the gym
Lots of people out ! Various ship views
Now we are getting warm. Beautiful 80 degree day Various ship views and sunset
6pm and as usual they are all in their rooms. Sweet !