Panama Canal Cruise Vlog – Day 3 Sea Day


It’s already day 3 of our Panama Canal Cruise Vlog

Hey Cruisers, Welcome to day three of our Caribbean Princess Panama Canal cruise vlog. We’ve got a sea day ahead of us today, so let’s see what a typical sea day might look like. But of course, don’t forget our wonderful sponsor:

We start the day off with a look at some of the breakfast offerings at the recently renovated World Fresh Marketplace. This is the buffet on the Caribbean Princess, and they did a remarkable job on the renovation. We’ll have some footage in the full ship tour coming in the future. After breakfast, we headed to the ship’s laundry to get a few loads done. We’ve got some video of the ship laundry room, but we won’t bore you with that until the end of the video, and we promise we won’t be hurt if you skip that part. Next up, we visit the captain on the bridge for a very special tour. Video is prohibited on the bridge, but we were allow to take photos. You can get a pretty good look at the bridge in the brief slideshow we’ve included.

The rest of the day is pretty much spent hanging out at the pools, and having a little family fun on the Lido deck. We’ll give you a look at the new pizza restaurant on the Caribbean Princess. It’s called Slice, and it’s definitely a step up from the older pizza place. We round out the day in the dining room for formal night. Thanks for joining us on this 10 night Panama Canal cruise aboard the Caribbean Princess. We’ll have more fun and adventures from this Panama Canal cruise. So check back soon.

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