Blue Turtle Cruising

Last (local) cruise for the Indian Princess

Thursday evening, a few of us from Snook Bight took our last cruise on the Indian Princess. Capt. Kevin, made an announcement on the paddlewheel cruise that the Indian Princess will soon be sent up to a lake in Maine. Kevin and a few others will be making the long journey with her up North. Corey had never been on the Indian Princess (missing the few previous ones we went on) and so we piled into our dinghy and cruised over near Salty Sam’s Marina where the Indian Princess was docked. It was a gorgeous evening and we had a memorable sunset.

Randy and I on our dinghy ride there
Randy and I on our dinghy ride there
The Kalisik boys on our dinghy ride
The Kalisik boys on our dinghy ride
Indian Princess parking for cars and dinghies
Indian Princess parking for cars and dinghies
Captain Kevin shows Corey and Randy around the wheelhouse
Captain Kevin shows Corey and Randy around the wheelhouse
Capt. Kevin shows Corey the wet exhaust from the engine and generator
Capt. Kevin shows Corey the wet exhaust from the engine and generator
Scenic view of the Mantanzas Bridge
Scenic view of the Mantanzas Bridge
View of the Coast Guard Station
View of the Coast Guard Station
It was a gorgeous evening
It was a gorgeous evening
Inge, Mary Kay, Tom and Dick (left to right)
Inge, Mary Kay, Tom and Dick (left to right)
Randy, Corey and Sarah (Mary Kay's niece)
Randy, Corey and Sarah (Mary Kay’s niece)
Gorgeous Gulf of Mexico sunset
Gorgeous Gulf of Mexico sunset

3 thoughts on “Last (local) cruise for the Indian Princess”

  1. What a great trip! Beautiful. How will the Indian Princess survive Main winters? Who is that guy in photo number 2, allegedly my brother without a stogie?

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