A Day at Sea

We are at sea today with sails fully trimmed. This morning I finally visited the bridge. I checked out a few monitors and spoke with the second officer. She clicked on the ships on the monitor to show the details of each vessel. That was kind of neat. I could also see the path we were taking around a shallow area and learned that the Baltic Sea is relatively shallow and warm, at least for whales and large sea life. I suppose I won’t be outside looking for Orcas today. Though I’m not sure how much time I will spend outside anyway. While the sun is out, there is a cool breeze!

Perhaps I will entertain myself with the large library of movies and books. I could go to the talk on St. Petersburg, however, our cruise director is “tiresome” as one guest described him, so I’m not sure I wish to sit through the whole presentation. I guess if I get extremely bored, I could go to the 6th deck gym, learn how to fold towels into animals, try my luck at the black jack tournament, or take a tour of the galley. I think I will probably enjoy a relaxing day reading a book.

Tomorrow, we head to Tallinn, Estonia. ETB

OTHER POSTS RELATING TO CRUISING THE BALTIC SEA

Boarding the Boat…Wind Surf

Visiting Bornholm

Kayaking the Motlawa River in Gdansk, Poland

Klaipeda, Lithuania and the Curonian Peninsula

LOVED Tallinn, Estonia

Helsinki Hell

Imperial St. Petersburg

Through the Eyes of the Russian People

Sightseeing in Stockholm

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