The weather when I took the pic below was much nicer than when the ship finally sailed so please excuse the very un-Caribbean like weather in the sailing images.
It was a textbook sailing, very similar to a number I had witnessed recently, and all I really wanted to see was what she looked like once she started to swing and presented her rear end to me. With visibility being very low and a slight drizzle coming and going I did not want to spend too much time at Town Quay.
I think that when they were considering the phrase “has a stern face” they may have been referring to this pair of sterns. Overall though I was not impressed by this ship, or any of her sisters for that matter. But that is a personal opinion and I cannot say what they are like on the inside. However, they are impressive to see, especially from close by.
And then it was time to go home as the ship started to move out of view behind one of the car carriers, I couldn’t help think that they could have been distant cousins too.
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