Crown Princess stops in New London
Kathleen Ferrie, 12yr, of Ledyard and her fellow members of the Nutmeg Fife & Drum Corps play for the m/s Crown Princess to welcome her to the Admiral Harold E. Shear State Pier in New London Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010. The cruise ship leaves New London at 4 p.m. to head to her next port of Boston.
People watch the m/s Crown Princess from Eastern Point Beach in Groton as the ship begins to sail up the Thames River to dock at the Admiral Harold E. Shear State Pier in New London.
The m/s Crown Princess is greeted by the Thames Tow Boat Company's tug Patricia Ann to escort her up the Thames River.
The Whitaker family from Montville watch from Groton as the m/s Crown Princess turns on the Thames River in the area of Fort Trumbull so she can back up to the dock at the Admiral Harold E. Shear State Pier in New London.
With a view of downtown New London in the background the m/s Crown Princess backs up to dock at the Admiral Harold E. Shear State Pier in New London.
A passenger aboard the m/s Crown Princess listens to the Nutmeg Fife and Drum Corps playing below on the dock.
Passengers leave the m/s Crown Princess docked at the Admiral Harold E. Shear State Pier in New London for the day excursions
Tourists from the cruise ship Crown Princess visit downtown New London.
A sailboat is dwarfed by the Princess Cruise Lines' Crown Princess docked at Adm. Harold E. Shear State Pier Saturday.
Competitors in the North American Currach Association Rowing Regatta pull toward the finish line off the Custom House Pier in New London as the Princess Cruise Lines' Crown Princess departs the harbor Saturday
The Princess Cruise Line cruise ship Crown Princess makes a port call in New London Saturday Sept. 18, 2010.