I have an early breakfast at 8:15. The Windjammer is nearly empty, many passengers electing to get their last chance to sleep late.
At 9:00 I tour the bridge with about 15 other passengers. The ceilings and walls are painted a dark blue, a color I haven't seen used on a bridge before. The layout is similar to all other cruise ship bridges. Several miles in front of us we can see the Majesty, the only other traffic in sight. she passed us during the night, but we are told that as we approach Tampa Bay, we will be in front of them because of where we are docking.
At 10 there is a meeting for all passengers staying on the ship for the next cruise. There are about 50 of us. This is the first time where I have done back to back cruises and had to change cabins. The process is about the same, but I need to pack all my belongings except for hanging clothes, and then in the morning my cabin steward will move everything to my new cabin.
I have only one problem. I have no idea what my next cabin number is. I think it is is wise idea to find out just so I can make sure my cabin steward moves everything to the right place. I always knew the concierge was here for a reason.