Azamara Onward arrived at Port Everglades at around 5 AM or so.
I was up at that time so I had time to take a shower before going up to breakfast at 6:30 AM. Ellen slept in. I was able to get pretty much my usual breakfast and Ellen wanted to eat in the room so I brought her breakfast for the only time in this cruise.
Disembarkation was delayed a bit waiting for all of the luggage to go ashore and be arranged. So we didn’t leave the room until about 8:30 AM. No one was out in the hall working on the rooms. We went up to the Mosaic Café and I had a goodbye iced mocha skinny.
We left the
ship a little after 9 AM – to avoid lines, we waited for a lot of the
passengers to get off.
While we were in line, Eric De Gray – in his CD Sailor
Uniform – came zipping by. We said our goodbyes and he asked us if we would be on Azamara again and we told him we
would be in 2024. He thanked me for my
effort on the ship and he was off.
Finding our bags took no time at all and we headed for
immigration. Although the lines were long, the immigration process was very
quick – perhaps a bit too quick. The agent looked at our passports and said
This concludes the cruise log on a very successful and enjoyable cruise.