Just got of the Ruby Princess. We had a sea day on Father's Day. It didn't occur to me until afterword that not a word was said about Father's Day, not in the dining room, not in the theater. I realize that we were in Europe but the largest single group of cruisers on board seemed to be Americans. I can't imagine Mother's Day going by without comment.
Oh well, c'est la vie.
All I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by; John Masefield
Carnival: Glory 2004, Destiny 2008, Splendor 2009, Freedom 2011, Valor 2012, Dream 2013
Celebrity: Summit 2011
Princess: Ruby 2010, 2014, Caribbean 2013, Coral 2014, Regal 2014, 2016
Sail Windjammer: Mandalay 2017
Star Clippers: Royal Clipper 2015
I am surprised about that because they always make a big deal about fathers days in the European countries particularly in the UK. But like mothers day do is the American celebrate fathers day on different days from the Europeans?
Because Mothers day for the Americans was on 20th May yet in the UK it was back in March.