C A R I B B E A N S E A / by Caitlin Trickett

took a cruise around the Caribbean this past week on Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas:  the largest cruise ship in the 7 seas. stopping at 3 ports:  Haiti, Jamiaca, and Cozumel.  the ship and all of its glory was almost too much to photograph however, here are a few photos from the port days and various other adventures. enjoy!

(photos shot with Canon Rebel t3i and iphone 5s. photos edited with adobe photoshop express)

Length Overall:  1184 ft  Breadth at Waterline:  154 ft  Draught, Design:  30 ft  Gross Tonnage:  225.000  Service Speed:  22 knots  STX Europe:  Turku:  Finland:  2009

Length Overall:  1184 ft

Breadth at Waterline:  154 ft

Draught, Design:  30 ft

Gross Tonnage:  225.000

Service Speed:  22 knots

STX Europe:  Turku:  Finland:  2009

first day set sail to sea. Miami disappearing in the background.

first day set sail to sea. Miami disappearing in the background.

1st stop:  Labedee, Haiti:  Royal Caribbean bought part of the island in which Haiti sits on as an all-inclusive resort for passengers on board.

1st stop:  Labedee, Haiti:  Royal Caribbean bought part of the island in which Haiti sits on as an all-inclusive resort for passengers on board.

2nd stop:  Falmouth, Jamaica. my favorite port. beautiful people in a beautiful country.

2nd stop:  Falmouth, Jamaica. my favorite port. beautiful people in a beautiful country.

Cozumel, Mexico Volkswagons. The island city was crawling with these. each unique in character

Miami, Florida:  art deco and excited people. glad I could finally check off having seen Miami. a very dynamic city

Miami, Florida:  art deco and excited people. glad I could finally check off having seen Miami. a very dynamic city

so there was a short overview of my vacation. thank you for taking a look!