Arriving late at night was one of the wonderful things we experienced on our cruise – silently driving up to the coats and seeing all the lights on, it’s almost magical.
Here we arrived in Tenerife, if I remember correctly…
A memory from our cruise – driving from the cruise ship through the Malaga harbor and passing this ship.
I still wonder what kind of ship it was – is it permanently staying in the harbor or sailing the seas?
Captain Bear – we found him in a shop window in Gothenburg, Sweden. He looked like he had already seen the seven seas – I hope to someday sail on such a ship…
More from the Göta Canal – this time with a ship waiting at the lock.
See the lock keeper waiting?
A little ship in the harbor of Gothenburg – it accompanied our sightseeing boat a bit.
It certainly has seen it’s best days, but it’s still going strong!
We came across this ship while driving over the countryside in the Netherlands.
It was so impressive – and moving quite fast despite it’s size – we had to capture it.
The dark skies lend an air of foreboding, though it was a nice afternoon until then.
It’s a replica of a ship that was used by the East India Company.
Impressive and very beautiful – I wish I could have gone on board!
The ship museums at Oslo, Norway, and their peculiar buildings are a wonderful sight.
Even though we missed going inside and opted for the Kon-Tiki instead!