The Secret Silk
This was the evening that we have decided that we must go to the theatre to see the show called ‘The Secret Silk’. This had been especially written for Princess Cruises. Included in the cast were puppets from the Jim Henson company.
The show did not disappoint it was one of the best productions that we ever seen on a ship.
After the show I looked out and we were again sailing alongside the Holland America ship on our starboard side.
Overnight was our first clock change.
From the Captain’s Log
Overnight we transited the inner waterways passing through
Seymour Narrows and Blackney Passage. At 06:15 we began to reduce speed in preparation for pilot disembarkation. A ladder was rigged on the starboard side and the Pilots disembarked Island Princess at 06:23 at Pine Island pilot station.
Noon Position: 52°l2.0′ N – l29°5l.2′ W
Temperature: l4°C (57°F)
Wind: North Westerly Strong Breeze
Barometer: 1025 mb
Sky: Mostly Sunny
Throughout the afternoon and into the evening. Island Princess continued on her northbound passage across Queen Charlotte Sound and into Hecate Strait.
At 22:04 Island Princess crossed the US/Canada border and shortly afterwards entered Alaskan Waters.