Good morning!  

Arthur has become a hurricane, but the good news is the storm is centered offshore of the Carolinas and moving away all the time.  There is still a small craft advisory in effect offshore Port Canaveral, but both the winds and waves will be diminishing as the day goes on and I expect that advisory to get lifted this afternoon.  It’s shaping up to be a great 4th of July and holiday weekend on the water!

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Winds will be predominately from the South through weekend. Wind speeds are currently about 15 knots and the 3-mile buoy is reporting wave heights around 2.5 feet. Winds and waves are forecast to diminish which means the ride will be getting better and better from this point through Sunday.

For today’s cruise, I expect the sea state to be a bit confused this morning and afternoon which could cause some slight to moderate motion, mostly during the turns. The sea state will get more organized as the day goes on, the ride will get smoother, and it’s going to be a great start to the holiday.

Don’t forget to join us on tonight’s cruise for the Port Canaveral fireworks! The ship should provide a good vantage point for the show which starts around 9:30 tonight.

This weather forecast means it’s shaping up to be another great week offshore Port Canaveral. Join us on the Victory 1 and enjoy a great time at sea. Fireworks are scheduled on Thursday night, July 3rd from Port Canaveral and again on 

Saturday night, July 5th from Cocoa Beach. Both firework shows will be visible from the ship! We look forward to having you aboard. Happy 4th!

Captain Tim


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