By the time we awoke at around 5:45 this morning, the ship was already in the process of docking in Seattle.
As we'd packed most everything last night, we got dressed and headed to the Lido Deck fo breakfast … I'm afraid Debbie is planning to put me on something of a more restrictive diet than I've been able to enjoy this past week. Oh, well …
Some statistics provided by the ship prior to our debarking.
- June 23rd – Boarded in Seattle Washington and sailed late that afternoon
- June 24th – At sea all day
- June 25th – Arrive in Juneau, Alaska – 866 nautical miles from Seattle at an average speed of 19.8 knots
- June 26th – Arrive in and Cruise around scenic Glacier Bay – 212 nautical miles at an average speed of 12.0 knots
- June 27th – Arrive in Sitka, Alaska – 144 naurical miles at an average speed of 10.5 knots
- June 28th – Arrive in Kethcikan , Alaska – 225 naurical miles at an average speed of 18.5 knots
- June 29th – Arrive in Victoria, British Columbia – 575 naurical miles at an average speed of 21.5 knots
- June 30th – Return to Seattle, Washington early morning – 78 naurical miles at an average speed of 16.5 knots
Other interesting stats about the Eurodam:
- Registry: Netherlands
- Ships Tonnage: 86,273 tons – (or ~ 176,546,000 pounds)
- Length: 936 feet
- Beam (width) : 105.6 feet
- Outside Cabins: 897
- Inside Cabins: 155
- Passengers: ~2,100
- Officers & Crew Members: 851
- Nationalities of the Crew 44
- Water Recycled: 12,000 gallons
- Average Speed: 17 knots
- Miles Traveled: ~2,100 (or ~ 2,417 land miles)
- Fuel Used: 588 Tons (or ~ 16,791 gallons)
- Eggs Consumed: 12,000
We were off the ship and back to our RV campground by 9:00 AM to get our motorhome out of storage … and, fortunately, our site for tonight was available.
After some laundry, Debbie did some grocery shopping.