I am making up narrative to accompany these pictures, which were shot by DS19, using the Canon D10. Once posted, he may be able to provide more commentary.... This tour is very convenient - you walk off the ship, a short way down the pier, and board a boat. There were two tours on May 29 at 10:30 (for those who might be able to find themselves in the pictures). Minor correction here - DS19 took this picture because his boat broke down and they were transferring people from one boat to another. He says that this is the closest balance (in synch) between boats that they could get!! You take a short ride - one boat stays on the beach side, the other goes around the Magic and uses the space on the "other" side (where your can see a construction crane doing something - forgot to ask what - presume it has to do with the new requirements for the Dream / Fantasy). While in transit, you can get cool, one-of-a-kind shots that you cannot get from any other vantage: Parasailors are launched, and retrieved, from the boat. No getting wet, if you don't want to. You are offered the option to get a little "dunked" on your way back into the boat - toes, legs, not sure what the third option was. I left the crew members' arm on the left so that you have some sense of perspective: and here is someone getting "dipped" This is the view, from the boat, of another parasailor. You can see the Magic in the lower left corner (for scale / perspective): Another view: Perspective from the air - check out the fuzzy - I mean, FUNNY legs!! More opportunities to get unique photos: This looks like "maximum height", based on the taut-ness of the rope: Another clarification from DS19 - no, this is most definitely not "max height". The shot with his face in it below IS max height. This contains a little of everything - the ship, the height, the weather, the apparatus, the person: Miscellaneous unique shots: Magic, from the water, from the front: The Magic The Magic, looking like it is trying to pull away from the dock (like a horse...) .