It was a nice bonus getting the extra hour from the end of daylight savings but it also messed up our alarms so we did oversleep. We did not have much to do so we still had plenty of time to meet my parents for breakfast. My dad decided that the continental breakfast was plenty so he did not join us. Both dining rooms were very busy around 7:45am and only had shared tables. Not wanting to go to the buffet, we chose the shared table. Breakfast was pretty typical for a last morning. I have found the service and quality definitely drops off for this final meal on most cruises.
We returned to our cabins and it was time for priority disembarkation due to our status with NCL. It was not a very long line at all and we were quickly off the ship. There were quite a few suitcases in the priority area as it seems many were still on board. Customs was a breeze with a simple scan of the face and then it was just a short walk to our car. The drive home was uneventful which is good since it was also the New York City Marathon.
Our next blog will be in December. I was invited to attend the naming ceremony in New York for the MSC Seascape. It will be one night only but I am very excited to be a guest. I will do a report here as well as posts and some live streams on Facebook and Instagram.
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