San Juan, Puerto Rico; Culebrita Island, Fajardo Bay, and Esperanza, Viequez in Puerto Rico; Cruz Bay, St John, USVI; Gustavia, St Barths, FWI; Soper's Hole, Tortola, Norman Island, and Jost van Dyke in the BVI; San Juan, Puerto Rico.

February 3-10, 2013

View from our suite at the La Concha Resort in San Juan.

Nancy at the La Concha.

SeaDream I docked in San Juan – about ready to board.

And, as they say . . .

 We always start the voyage at the "Top of the Yacht Bar."

 That first "welcome aboard" glass of champagne.

Nancy enjoying the Top of the Yacht" with the Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant group.

 Our Stateroom 307 on the SeaDream I.

 All cruises start with the lifeboat drill, so here we are.

First stop was Culebrita Island, Puerto Rico.

Nancy blending in with the flight attendants.

Russ joins the group.

Aboard the launch heading for Esperanza on Viequez Island.

Next stop, St John, US Virgin Islands – Joe's Rum Hut in Cruz Bay.

  On to Gustavia on Saint Barths – downtown

Nancy waiting for the launch in Gustavia.

The great beach at Guanahani Hotel on Saint Barths – one of our favorites.

Your lounge chair awaits.

Nancy & Russ – Lunch at the Guanahani's Indigo Restaurant.

Some great rose at the Guanahani's beach bar.

A similar setting, but at Hotel Isle de France – again on Saint Barths.

The beach restaurant at Hotel Isle de France.

Back aboard SeaDream I and some time on the dance floor..

Aboard SeaDream I anchored off Norman Island (the tats are temporary).

Last stop – Jost van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands – an evening at world famous Foxy's.

Time for a pain killer, Foxy's style .

Nancy with felloe passengers.

Nancy & Russ with the Thai spa girls.

Next day around the point at the Soggy Dollar Bar on Jost van Dyke – Pain Killers, Soggy style.

Russ & Nance readying for the big Caviar Splash on Jost.

The famous SeaDream Caviar Splash.

Nancy & Russ at the Splash.

  Nancy with the Southwest ladies at the Soggy Dollar.

That last glass of wine at the Top of the Yacht Bar – San Juan in the morning.

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