This a page I did for a scrapbook on our Carnival Triumph Western Caribbean Cruise and I don’t have copies of the photos. It is too bad the photos are blurred but maybe you can tell something about them.
The journal block reads: A drink on the Lido Deck 9 after making inquiries about our separate table assignment for dinner. The Maitre D’ didn’t fix the problem until we didn’t show up to the first formal night on June 1st. Miami can be seen out the window. Swimmers, sunbathers, live music on the upper deck and the dining service team doing a special dance performance during dinner.
Our mandatory life boat drill, required by the U.S. Coast Guard and the Convention of Safety of LIfe at Sea, at approximately 4:00 after we boarded the ship. Steve had been taking advantaged of the “FunShip Special” Drink – an hour after this photo he was lost on the ship. We also met a lady behind us who had lost her husband two months before. He was suppose to be on the cruise with her. She thought we were funny.
Our Sail and Sign card was used to buy tours, drinks, photos, gift shop items. It was also used as a form of identification to re-board the ship at all of the ports. The Sail and Sign card was also our cabin key.