Neal Gaffey watched the Brilliance of the Seas passing Castle Island on its way out to sea today.
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At one time cruise liners were designed to look sleek, eloquent and beautiful, these modern cruise ships look like barges.
I think they try and squeeze as many cabins onboard as possible, looks be damned.
Seems to me they basically are styleless hotels - as big a box of a building as possible - set on a barge.
Is it a trans-Atlantic liner?
The ship goes to Halifax, St. John, Bar Harbor, Portland and back to Boston.
This ship is going to Canada and Maine.
Not the Black Falcon Pier. This is off Castle Island and is named after a Boston Fire lieutenant who was killed in the line of duty on October 1st, 1964.
I was thinking where the ship was berthed. Changed the post to reflect where it actually was when the photo was taken.
There was a second ship at the Black Falcon Cruise Terminal today. It said Carnival Splendor on the side but the Carnival site doesn't show that ship going out of Boston on a regular basis.
Taken just after I took the still above. She had a lot to say on her way out.
Is there a way to watch the video other than through Telly? My first generation iPad won't run that app.....!
I tweeted it in haste this morning during my run from the shower to the bus. It's posted on my Instagram in the correct position.
works fine on my ancient MacBook running Snow Leopard and Google Chrome
For some reason I thought their question had something to do with the video's orientation. I thought that it may have posted sideways...
turn the damn camera the right way!! my eyes!!!!
Going past on a much smaller boat. It was a beautiful day. Probably one of the last nice boating days of the season.
There is also a police boat on the opposite side making sure nobody gets too close.
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