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A Trek down to Port Canaveral

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Last Edited: July 3, 2006, 11:17 am

Our evening on The Sterling Casino Cruise 

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Would I go again?  Yes, they have all kinds of slots and I love slots.

 Please do not plan an upscale day thinking of ambiance, acceptable casual attire, dancing, and good food. If you do, you will be terribly disappointed.  While the vessel appears great enough to manage and possibly provide such accommodations, they are simply not there.
 
My first visit was this past Saturday, 1 July, and the launch watch compounded with rainy weather caused slow bumper- to- bumper traffic.  We departed the port at 8:45 p.m.  There were loads of  people onboard at least 900 to 1200.  I’m thinking this may afford more and possibly greater payouts.
 
The Sterling is not some Love Boat styled excursion nor can you lose yourself in the feeling of the next best thing to Vegas.  However if you board with an open mind and lowered expectation for this little strictly gambling junket into slots/table land and accept edibles to be a low priority then it will be well worth it.
 
The PLUSes:    Slots, slots and more slots all kinds from .05 cents to $100.

                       live steel band sounds upon boarding
                      clean and accommodating restrooms,
                      loads of boiled eggs,  sliced dill pickle spears and baloney sandwiches.
                      The Country Western entertainers were good.
 

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