After our ship left Finland, we cruised all night to get to St Petersburg Russia. During the night I awoke to a cabin filled with moonlight. As I got up to investigate, I realized this in part was because we had been leaving the sliding door to our balcony open all the night for fresh sea air, and because we had a full moon! I was so in awe when I realized the beauty of this full moon on the Baltic Sea of glass, that I quickly scrambled for my iPhone to take a picture.
Admittedly, you had to be there, but I thought it was so beautiful. So much so that, I had to hold myself back from waking up my husband just to show him. Isn’t this breathtaking?
Our entire cruise was like this, barely a ripple on the Sea, so much so that my husband, Les didn’t even wear his sea-sick patches, or his wrist bands the last day as our ship was cruising back to Stockholm. This was our fourth cruise, and the most calm sailing of all four.