Finally, on our last evening onboard we were treated to a beautiful seascape sunset. All cruise we have either been busy or wrong side of the ship or just not noticed one.
Our last evening, started with final evening meal in the MDR, followed by a trip to the Theatre Royal to see the stars of We Will Rock You perform a concert as themselves.
When we eventually got back to the cabin, we found the TV on and what looked like a towel anteater sat on the bed with the remote watching it. We have never seen this set up before and it did make us laugh.
So, to this morning and our return to Southampton. We arrived long before we were awake and I confess to not hearing a thing.
A quick breakfast in the MDR then back to the cabin to wait for our prompt to disembark. When we finally received it the whole process was over in less than 15 minutes and it seemed as if we had been instantly transported to the car. We stood looking up at the ship and reflected on the amazing week we had just enjoyed.
This has been a great experience, and we will probably never get the chance to experience a ship the size of this sailing at around 20% capacity. Hopefully you have enjoyed reading my nonsense ramblings and that I have given you an idea of how this ship and cruise line are dealing with the world post pandemic.
Another 5 weeks and we are off again on a 4 nighter on Regal Princess with a group of friends. I can’t wait!