The second day was also a sea day - so in the pics below you'll see some more of the shop, another concert with Michael W Smith, and more great food! There is certainly no time to get bored.

Day three was a port day as we arrived at Saint Martin (French name) or Sint Maarten (Dutch name). The 87-square-kilometre island is divided roughly 60/40 between France and the Netherlands, but with almost equal populations. It is the smallest inhabited island divided between two nations. The division dates to 1648. The ship moored at Phillipsburg, the Capital of the Dutch section, but we had a shore excursion that took us over to Marigot by bus, and then returned by boat. The following pics were taken mainly in Phillipsburg.

Back on board, there was time for a game of golf, another meeting (this time Laura Story and Oliver North), good food, and one of the ships headline shows, an acapella group called The Edge Effect. As I said earlier - no time to get bored on a cruise!

Trevor, Shanhong and Teddy xx