Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by lucas, Feb 21, 2013.
Check out this link to see the Magic in Key West today:
Really enjoying the cam in Key West!
Majesty of the Seas is pulling in right now.
It is a beautiful day in South Florida for a cruise!
If you scroll down on the link and put your cursor over the blue markings, you can see the names of the ships.
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Beautiful. Can not wait to be on her in June in the Med.
Thank you for sharing.
I'll be aboard when she pulls into that spot two weeks from today. Yay! Thanks for sharing the link!
It's just a two minute walk from my house-saw her come in. Always brings tears to my eyes-I "have a thing" for the Magic. Nothing like hearing that horn first thing in the morning(7am). On Friday,the Wonder will be here.
I am a tad confused as to why she's docked at the Outer Mole. Conch Trains have to come get you & bring you into town. The Majesty is docked at Pier B,where you can just get off and start walking. DCL used to be that 800 pound gorilla,that pulled right into Mallory Square, staying until midnight,blocking most of the view of the sunset,but at least, it stayed until that best part of the day. The Magic is leaving at 1pm today. Just somewhat unusual-docked at the outermost area(which has been happening more & more) and not staying long,leaving before sunset. Not what used to happen. Wondering why the changes both in docking and length of stay.........
But just so ya know,the Magic & Wonder are the ONLY ships that draw a crowd of locals & tourists alike!!!!!!! Moew people taking pictures FROM the dock, than on the ship!!!!!!!
By the way-it's almost 10am & it's 80 degrees.
Cool! We love Key West. We are 200 miles away (in Boca Raton) and usually drive there but we have been on 2 cruises that stopped there, it was great!
I was also wondering why the Majesty had the best spot.
The Dream will be sailing from Port Canaveral today. Here is the link, if anyone is interested: http://portcanaveralwebcam.com/
AND... The Wonder will be sailing from Miami today: http://portmiamiwebcam.com/
ETA: I am going to start a new thread with all the links...
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