Genie Willis Submits-
You must have a ton of these by now, but I did post this one on my twitter, saying if you didn’t go to Gloucester today, this is what you missed! I had a great day in Gtown. Went to Rocky Neck and saw EJ, bought olive oil and balsamic vinegar from Cape Ann Olive Oil Co., had lunch at Lobstaland. It is sooo wonderful to play tourist in the hometown. How much did these ocean travelers pay to get to Gloucester? Genie
Ann Kennedy Submits-
Just can’t imagine what’s in there that he needs!
Eurodam photos by Anthony Marks
Hi Joey, I thought you might want to share this with your readers. My husband Pete Jordan filmed this out front of our house this evening. I thought it was pretty cool!
Peter Webber writes-
Good day. I am writing today to remind everyone that the next major cruise ship of the season will be arriving in Gloucester Harbor on this coming Sunday, September 16: Holland America’s cruise ship the ms Eurodam, with a capacity of 2104 passengers. Once again the Chamber will be working together with the city of Gloucester’s volunteer welcoming committee and CATA to welcome and guide Eurodam’s passengers as they disembark and arrive at the Cruiseport terminal. The first tenders carrying passengers from the ship are expected to arrive at Cruiseport at approximately 9:00 am Sunday. Many will board motor coaches for planned excursions to various locations, while many others will be guided to CATA trolleys and buses for transportation to downtown Gloucester and Rockport.
Please note the attached “Welcome Eurodam Passengers” flyer, which we encourage you to print and post at your place of business to help give the Eurodam passengers a hearty Cape Ann welcome. I have also attached a flyer featuring several upcoming Chamber and community events scheduled for September and October, including next Tuesday’s (September 18) sales seminar with author Marc Wayshak at the Elks at Bass Rocks, beginning with check-in at 7:30 am. Please contact the Chamber today to reserve your place. Best regards. Peter
Wow – what a great time we had at Joey C’s and Sons this morning. My 18 passengers from the Eurodam came all the way to Gloucester from Israel and actually got to hold lobsters and be photographed with them! They were good sports and loved walking everywhere; I promised to send them a copy of "The Perfect Storm" as only one person had heard of the movie. I agree with Scott from Top Dog in Rockport. He said, "Geez, they sound like they are speaking in French". It was such a special treat to have them see a "real" lobster operation up close and personal and I thank you so very much for all that you do to make us proud to be from Gloucester.
You’re the Best-Not like all the Rest!
(Former runner-up Miss Low Tide 1976 as opposed to being a "Former" Wisconsin AppleFest Queen-however, thank you for posting our vacation photos on GMG)
Click to go to www.gloucesterwebcam.com and see all the great Gloucester Webcams and the ones that will be coming in the next two weeks!
The Eurodam can be seen on the Cut Bridge Cam from Patty Knaggs
or on the DiscoverGloucester Dropcam-
As an aside we just heard from the 24th webcam to be featured- The Schooner Adventure
The cams should be arriving this week and Tim from www.gloucesterbytes.com will be busy installing them!
Bob Hastings From The Chamber writes-
Ahoy Gloucester! The Holland America Eurodam is arriving tomorrow morning, Tuesday October 18th. The first passengers are anticipated to arrive onshore at Cruiseport between 7:30 am – 8:00 am. There will be approximately 2,000 passengers coming to our shores. Let’s give them a warm Gloucester welcome.
Not The Eurodam-
Follow The Eurodam as it Leaves Cape Ann and heads to it’s next Port.
click on map or the links below
Eurodam Video and Rick Represents
at the State Fish Pier. 09/12/2011
I met Rick a Big fan of GMG At The State Fish Pier. He enjoys checking it out everyday to see what’s going on here on our Island Paradise. He thought the Sunday Mug Ups were by invitation only. I told him and any Fan like him can come down Sunday Mornings at 10am and get some Coffee and some great food. No obligation to buy anything at all. Rick seems like a great guy and I look forward to talking to him again.
Here’s a photo of Rick Representin’ and The Eurodam video I took today. Rick also is my color commentary on the last part of this video when you see the shuttle boat arriving at the CruisePort.
And Here’s The Video:
The Mothership Has Landed!
They come in Peace!
Gloucester is being invaded today by the Cruise ship Eurodam and her passengers.
There alot of Happy passengers walking around town and waiting for the Cape Ann Shuttle Buses. Hopefully they’ll Shuttle them down To The Kahn/GMG Gallery on Rocky Neck.
Here are some photos of the Eurodam and her shuttle/life boat pods in Gloucester Harbor.
It seems like with every new Cruise Ship that comes into port that more and more passengers are opting to stay in Gloucester. That is a really good thing.
Thanks to all the volunteers like our Donna Ardizzoni and the people from the Visitors center that volunteer their time to help out at the scene.
Here’s a video of the Clelia II hitting port the following day (Thursday)
Thanks for watching.
All coming out to help get the word out. Where to go, what to see.
The Holland America Line ms Eurodam visited Gloucester today:
Bob Ryan, makes a hit with Fishermen’s Hats with the Cruise Passengers, another great ambassador to our small town. Watch Video.
Next Cruise ship schedule – everyone be an ambassador.
|Eurodam||October 13, 7am Arrival|
|Clelia II||October 14, early am|
Thanks for watching