One of our awesome social media clients here at Misty Saves the Day is Rover Cruises. I was really excited to head over there to take some photos aboard their ship The Victory Rover. I knew the tour of the naval base would be beautiful, so I couldn’t wait to check it out. My only hesitation was my tendency to get sea sick… luckily I handled it like a pro! Thank you, Dramamine.
The Victory Rover can accommodate up to 149 guests. The main cabin is climate-controlled which allows the ride to be comfortable year round. There are large windows that let passengers have a great view from any seat on the ship. Passengers also have the option of riding on the open-air bow or the partially shaded top deck. The main cabin includes restrooms, a ship store, and even a refreshment bar. What is extremely priceless (aside from the view) is the captain’s informative and entertaining commentary that broadcasts over the sound system. The Victory Rover isn’t the only type of ship available. Rover Cruises also offers an American Rover that is a really popular Norfolk venue for parties, rehearsal dinners, reunions, and more.
I really enjoy working with Rover Cruises, so it was cool to bring my camera down to Norfolk to see them in action! It was a beautiful day out on the water (even though it was really chilly back in February!). The ability to see the city and it’s naval base from a new-to-me viewpoint was spectacular. I often explore the city by foot, so I loved seeing it from this angle. Taking photos of water is fun. I try to capture the movement of it for the small, fleeting second it’s there. I can get hella artsy if you’ll let me. Book your own tour! If you need any Dramamine, I’ve got you.