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The Azamara Journey

 

Last Sunday's Cruise ship visitor to Liverpool was the Azamara Journey, owned and operated by Azamara Cruises. Buit in 2000, she can carry up to 694 passengers and 390 crew. The ship was on a 12 day cruise and had travelled to Liverpool from Waterford an dwould go onto Dublin.

The Azamara Journey

 

Last Sunday's Cruise ship visitor to Liverpool was the Azamara Journey, owned and operated by Azamara Cruises. Buit in 2000, she can carry up to 694 passengers and 390 crew. The ship was on a 12 day cruise and had travelled to Liverpool from Waterford an dwould go onto Dublin.

comments (8)

  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 27 Aug 2010, 06:34
You just gave me a déjà vu moment, Les. I thought I was in Rotterdam near the New York Hotel back a few months ago when we saw a similar scene. I almost said, "When were YOU here, Les??!!" This is classic Les PPing.
Les Auld: One day I will be Ginnie, thanks for the comment.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 27 Aug 2010, 06:37
A hansome beast Les but not as iconic as the building behind!
Les Auld: How very true Chris, and I know which one will last longer in people's memories. Thanks for the comment.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 27 Aug 2010, 06:50
Great picture and pp'ing. Lots of landmarks in the background.
Les Auld: You can't move for landmarks around there Louis, thanks for the comment.
The Liver building has seen many great liners in its time I guess
Les Auld: More than I know Bill, thanks for the comment.
Lovely capture, Les. Don`t they look like floating buildings now? I`ve seen worse, but even so, the beauty of the old liners has mostly been lost. (:o)
Les Auld: All down to progress and the pursuit of money Rosalyn, I do so agree that the modern lines are so flat and un-inspiring. Thanks for the comment.
Its huge and looks so modern against the Liver Buildings smile
Les Auld: It does but in reality I do prefer the liver Buildings Linda, thanks for the comment.
It looks big, even against the Liver building, although I realise that is partly because of your POV.
Les Auld: Thanks Brian, appreciate the comment.
an impressive vessel Les, and well captured
Les Auld: You always get a good picture from the ferry Pamela, thanks for the comment.

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