Posted by: orcaweb | July 18, 2009

It’s not all hard work for crew on the King of Scandinavia.

The crew onboard the King of Scandinavia all work hard to ensure that every sailing runs smoothly. In the Ship’s Club, planning of shore based activities for the crew.

On Sunday I was asked by the Ship’s Club organiser to join her on a pre-trip to the Blue Reef Aquarium in Tynemouth. She wants to be able to take groups of crew to visit this site over the next few weeks.

We spent about an hour and a half there looking at all the fish and the seals that they had.
The aquarium takes you on a journey from the local north east England coast to the tropics, and right through to the depths of the oceans all around the world.

I think the crew will enjoy an afternoon out at the aquarium later this month. Then in September they have the Olympics coming up which takes place on the quay side in Holland, not sure I’m so keen on that one!!

Rosie
Wildlife Officer

One of the Common Seals at Blue Reef Aquarium in Tynmouth

One of the Common Seals at Blue Reef Aquarium in Tynmouth

Hermit Crab that is on display at Blue Reef Aquarium Tynemouth

Hermit Crab that is on display at Blue Reef Aquarium Tynemouth

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