Carnival Cruise Lines' Carnival Victory
On May 29th 2013 our especially assigned drawing of Carnival Cruise Lines’ Carnival Victory was officially presented to the Captain of the vessel.
The drawing was presented on behalf of Dream Designs Colchester, by our Volunteers @ Sea, Debbie & Earl, during their 5 night cruise.
Debbie & Earl met with the Master of Carnival Victory, Captain Andrea Viacava at the Captain’s Celebration and it was here that they informed the Captain about our drawing.
Captain Andrea Viacava gave Debbie & Earl one of his business cards and instructed them to go to Guest Services to arrange a visit to the bridge to officially present the drawing of Carnival Victory.
Following a day ashore in Grand Turk on May 29th 2013, Debbie & Earl returned to their stateroom aboard Carnival Victory on Deck 8, where they had a message on the phone from Guest Services asking if a meeting on the bridge at 15:00 would be suitable.
Although this was somewhat sort notice Debbie immediately called back Guest Services and accepted the invitation to the bridge. At 15:00 Debbie & Earl made their way to Guest Services on Deck 3 where they were both escorted to the bridge.
On the bridge on Deck 8 Debbie & Earl had the opportunity to meet with Captain Andrea Viacava again and were given the opportunity to officially present our especially assigned drawing of Carnival Victory.
Debbie informed us that the Captain was very impressive and he at first did not realise the drawing was for him to keep.
Volunteer @ Sea, Debbie, said:
Following the drawing officially drawing presentation we received an email from Captain Andrea Viacava personally to thank us for the drawing.
We will be sure to contact Captain Andrea Viacava again shortly to see if the drawing is yet displayed aboard Carnival Victory.
Harry Cotterill, President & Managing Director, Dream Designs Colchester, said:
You can read even more on the new 'May 29th 2013' page in the 'Our History' section of the Dream Designs Colchester website!
Harry Cotterill set up his blog when he was just 16-years old, making him one of the youngest cruise bloggers in the world. In later years he became known across the world for his amazing talent of drawing cruise ships!