It Doesn’t Look Easy to Sail and Capture the Total Eclipse

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Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas is capturing the Total Eclipse today but it doesn’t look easy trying to dodge all the bad weather and cloud.

You probably think just looking up to the sky and you’ll be able to capture the Total Eclipse which is hitting North America today. Well, onboard Oasis of the Seas the captain and head Chief Meteorologist for the cruise line try to work out where the huge ship needs to be so that thousands of cruise passengers don’t miss out.

Watch the video below as Royal Caribbean’s Chief Meteorologist James Van Fleet and Oasis of the Seas Captain Per Kristoffersen explains how they are navigating the ship for the Total Eclipse:

The much anticipated Solar Total Eclipse will cover North America today, August 21. it will happen at around 2:50 PM EDT in South Carolina, keep track of your local times for when it will occur.

Oasis of the Seas is going all out with the historic event with onboard parties, events and activities during its 7-day voyage out of Port Canaveral, Florida.

Oasis of the Seas Total Eclipse

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