Cruise Destination Trivia: Name the statue?

So you’ve been on many cruises. Walked off the ship in many shore stops. But maybe you were in a hurry and didn’t really stop to enjoy something that was right in front of you. See if you recognize this statue. A hint – it is on a popular island. Don’t look at the answer below until you’ve formulated your own response. If you are correct, good for you. If not, might be time to take another …

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Carnival Ecstasy to Launch One-of-a-Kind Four- and Five-Day Cruise Program from Port Canaveral Later Today

Carnival’s Third Year-Round Ship in Port Canaveral Further Bolsters Line’s Position as Port’s Leading Cruise Operator, Carrying 600,000 Passengers Annually Carnival Cruise Lines will launch the cruise industry’s only four- and five-day Bahamas/Caribbean program from Port Canaveral later today when the Carnival Ecstasy departs on a five-day sold-out cruise to Nassau, Freeport and the private Bahamian island of Half Moon Cay – the first of 78 annual voyages from the Space Coast. Carnival Ecstasy’s one-of-a-kind schedule includes …

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Today we are in Nassau, then a day at sea before the Queen Victoria reaches Bermuda

Marcia Levin is currently sailing on Cunard’s Queen Victoria. This cruise or transatlantic sailing as been variously called an “‘Atlantic Homecoming” and an “Atlantic Odyssey.” Yesterday we called at Port Canaveral and early this morning we pulled into the port of Nassau, Bahamas. Charleston, S.C.,  was the original second port of call, but there was no room at the port, so Nassau was substituted. The term “homecoming” is apropos because so many of the officers and crew …

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