A warm but breezy day at sea…
The weather improved as the day went on – soon the skies were sunny but the decks were still breezy.
My fourth talk was scheduled for 3:00 PM in Celebrity Central. “The Search for the Unknown Titanic Child” pulled in an SRO audience of 200 plus passengers. A number of them stayed behind to chat including a guide for the Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax. Another passenger handed me a sheet of paper – it was a portrait she had done during the talk – I have had my picture taken many times but never a drawing. She even use special effects to make me look good.
The bright sun yielded a terrific sunset – almost blinding.
I haven’t mentioned the party band on board – D’Revelation – yet. They are very much the same as the two previous party bands we have seen. They sounded great but the amps were set a bit to high for easy listening.
D’Revelation in the Grand Foyer
Comedian Fred Klett was the headliner tonight at Showtime. He had an offbeat sense of humor focusing on his family, wife, and husband-wife relationships. He was funny but seemed to have some trouble connecting with the audience.
A nice day at sea.