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Explorer of the Seas - Disembarkment

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Disembarking the Explorer of the Seas at the Port of Miami.  Scanned from negative.
Disembarking the Explorer of the Seas at the Port of Miami. Scanned from negative.

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Business:Royal Caribbean International
Photo Year:2002
Site:Port of Miami
Site:Explorer of the Seas

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City:Miami
Country:United States
State/Province:Florida
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The evening coastline in Charlotte Amelie St. Thomas.  Taken from the departing Explorer of the Seas.  Scanned from negative.
Charlotte Amelie in St. Thomas - evening coastline

The evening coastline in Charlotte Amelie St. Thomas. Taken from the departing Explorer of the Seas. Scanned from negative.

Photo Attributes:Royal Caribbean International, Charlotte Amelie, St. Thomas, 2002, Explorer of the Seas,
In these galleries:Caribbean, Cruise Ships, Ports, Skylines, The Evening

The Explorer of the Seas approaching the Charlotte Amelie port in St. Thomas.  Scanned from a negative.
Charlotte Amelie port in St. Thomas

The Explorer of the Seas approaching the Charlotte Amelie port in St. Thomas. Scanned from a negative.

Photo Attributes:Royal Caribbean International, Charlotte Amelie, St. Thomas, 2002, Explorer of the Seas,
In these galleries:Caribbean, Cruise Ships, Ports, Skylines, Sunrises

A view of the San Juan coastline in 2002, as the Explorer of the Seas cruise ship is departing.  Scanned from a negative.
San Juan Coastline from Explorer of the Seas

A view of the San Juan coastline in 2002, as the Explorer of the Seas cruise ship is departing. Scanned from a negative.

Photo Attributes:Royal Caribbean International, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2002, Explorer of the Seas,
In these galleries:Caribbean, City Views, Cruise Ships, Oceans, Scenic, Skylines

View of El Morro. Leaving the port of San Juan on the Explorer of the Seas cruise ship.  Scanned from a negative.
San Juan - El Morro - from cruise ship

View of El Morro. Leaving the port of San Juan on the Explorer of the Seas cruise ship. Scanned from a negative.

Photo Attributes:Royal Caribbean International, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2002, Explorer of the Seas, El Morro,
In these galleries:Caribbean, Cruise Ships, Historical, Oceans, Scenic, Skylines

The upper level outdoor main pool on the Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas.  Leaving the port at San Juan.  Scanned from a negative.
Explorer of the Seas - Main Pool

The upper level outdoor main pool on the Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas. Leaving the port at San Juan. Scanned from a negative.

Photo Attributes:Royal Caribbean International, 2002, Explorer of the Seas,
In these galleries:Caribbean, Cruise Ships, Pools

A view of all the stateroom windows above the Royal Promenade in the Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas. Scanned from a negative.
Explorer of the Seas - Promenade from above

A view of all the stateroom windows above the Royal Promenade in the Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas. Scanned from a negative.

Photo Attributes:Royal Caribbean International, 2002, Explorer of the Seas,
In these galleries:Cruise Ships, Hotels, Lobbies, Main Streets


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Cruise Ships Gallery Links:Cruise Ships - Wikipedia
from site: A cruise ship or cruise liner is a passenger ship used for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ship's amenities are a part of the experience, as well as the different destinations along the way. Transportation is not the prime purpose, as cruise ships operate mostly on routes that return passengers to their originating port, so the ports of call are usually in a specified region of a continent.
Explorer of the Seas Links:Explorer of the Seas at CruiseCritic
from site: The second of five in the revolutionary Voyager-class series that started with Voyager of the Seas in 1999, Explorer of the Seas follows the floating resort concept, boasting an a wealth of facilities, activities and entertainment.
Explorer of the Seas at Wikipedia
from site: Explorer of the Seas is one of five Voyager-class cruise ships from Royal Caribbean International. She can accommodate over 3,100 guests, including scientists making use of a built-in atmospheric and oceanographic laboratory operated by the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.
Explorer of the Seas Official page at Royal Caribbean
from site: Is it adventure you seek, or a restful retreat from life on land? Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas is home to an array of innovations that give you whatever type of vacation you desire. Climb a rock wall that overlooks the sea, or find your adventure on the basketball court, ice-skating rink or mini-golf course
Port of Miami Links:Official Port of Miami Cruise Guide
from site: Know as the Cruise Capital of the World and ranked 8th among the nation's leading seaports, the famous Port of Miami is home to just about every cruise line you can think of. Every year, about 18 cruise ships and 4 million passengers leave from the Port of Miami.
Port of Miami Information - from Miami-Dade County
from site: To continue its position as a world-class facility, Miami is continuously preparing for the next generation of cruise vessels. An ambitious capital improvement program is currently underway. Already completed are two ultra-modern cruise terminals.
Port of Miami Parking
Royal Caribbean International Links:Royal Caribbean International - Official Site
Royal Caribbean International at Cruise Critic
from site: Royal Caribbean operates one of cruising's most intriguing fleets. Ships range from mid-sized, middle-aged ships which -- like Majesty of the Seas, for instance -- have received major updates, and state-of-the-art and on-the-cusp mega-ships, such as Freedom of the Seas, with its surf park and boxing ring.
Twitter - Royal Caribbean
from site: Official tweets from Royal Caribbean International. The cruise line that continues to push the limits of what's possible at sea. Like us on Facebook
United States Links:United States - Wikipedia
from site: The United States of America (also referred to as the United States, the U.S., the USA, or America) is a federal constitutional republic comprising fifty states and a federal district.
USA.gov: The U.S. Government's Official Web Portal
Official government site for the United States

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DateTime:2011:12:26 23:44:45
DateTimeOriginal :2002:02:02 19:39:42
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