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Baltic Heritage Cruise, August 13 - 26 2000
Embarkation commenced at 4pm at the Admiralty Pier Cruise terminal No1, Dover. We drove ourselves and car parking in the terminal was £5 per day. Everything was quick and easy. Once aboard there was a lifeboat drill almost immediately and we cast off just after 6.00pm. We were all on deck waving at those on the small fishing pier at Dover, and watched the White Cliffs disappear. Then it was time for the first meal. Mum and Dad had arranged for a basket of flowers in the cabin which were lovely. 634 NM to Oslo.
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We docked back in Dover at 6am at the Admiralty Pier Cruise terminal No2. Disembarkation of passengers commenced at 8.15am and, although we were in the last group to leave, we were off by 9.30am. By this time there wasn't much luggage left in the terminal building, so it didn't take us anytime to locate ours and by 10am we were knocking on a cousin's door in Folkestone:)