February 23, 2010

The Queen Victoria came briefly (Melbourne, Australia)

…so did the Seabourne Odyssey.

Port Melbourne was quite busy with visitors from the boats, as well as Melbournians who came to see and photograph the Queen Victoria.

Seabourne Odyssey and Queen Victoria © Evelyn Howard 2010

The Seabourne Odyssey (left) and the Queen Victoria (right) at Station Pier in Port Melbourne

Seabourne Odyssey and Queen Victoria © Evelyn Howard 2010

The Seabourne Odyssey (length is 198 m/650 ft) looks small compared to the Queen Victoria (294 m/965 ft)

The Queen Victoria © Evelyn Howard 2010

The Queen Victoria looks really huge from the side

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12 comments:

Riet said...

I love the look of these hugh seacastles. I would love to take a cruise one time.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shots. The ship is very huge.

siromade08 said...

great shots, nice to cruise on that ship one day.

Eden said...

Great shots ! Wish I can go cruising someday.

Wren said...

I think those on the Queen Victoria take their world with them as they travel.

Vicky said...

Nice photo!!!

Louis la Vache said...

Queen Victoria IS huge! Good comparison of the size of the two ships in your photos.

In a similar vein, «Louis» got some shots of Queen Mary 2 when she called on San Francisco in 2007.

Japa said...

Must be comfy on those ships. Let's start our voyage, then. Good capture too.

Mark Kreider said...

Wonderful travel opportunity.

James said...

They are amazing. It's been a long time since I've seen ships this big.

Melusine said...

Great shots of that huge cruise ship!

NatureFootstep said...

that is some pretty big ships.

Glad you liked my indoor plants. Almost every swede has it. It is really nice. Maybe because of the weather. We need greenary.

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