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Hello. Just joined, mainly to check out the progress of Cunard's Queen Elizabeth on its round the world trip. It's just about to go into the Panama Canal, however none of the web cams there are updating. They are showing the same ships all the time, and daylight, but it's dark there now!

In case anyone's interested, I haven't cruised for years, but went on the QE2 twice - a great ship! (and it did brilliantly in the Falklands) Also various school cruises many decades ago on SS Nevasa and Uganda, both converted into razor blades by now :-(

Isn't It amazing how popular cruising is now. There seem to be so many huge cruise ships around, a lot of them doing all the same thing. In one port, Port Everglades I think it was, I counted seven at one time. Fort Lauderdale must have been heaving!

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