Tustemena Lounge: Bar with the Best View
The Lounge on board the Tustemena has very limited hours: noon till two, and six till nine in the evening, so be sure to plan accordingly. Having a limited choice of drinks and even fewer seats, it does have a great view out the window, we even saw whales.
Here is our group from the solarium deck enjoying an "Alaskan Amber" in the lounge.
Pete, Nate, Amber, Kaloz, Diane, and Sarah, we closed the bar several evenings.
Dress Code: Where something comfortable, but not too bulky, there is limited space.
Solarium Deck -- Tustemena: Make your own fun -- "Strip" Cribbage
On the cruise out to the villages, there is a lot of time, so you should bring some diversions. Cribbage is a popular passtime on board a boat. If you don't know how to play, there is always someone willing to teach you (at a quarter a point). There are lots of ways to score, and when I first learned, I thought that it must have been invented by drunken sailors. So have a drink first, it will make it easier to absorb all the crazy points.
Dress Code: There is no dress code, unless you are playing "Strip-Cribbage" then wear lots of clothes, or few if you like a short game with more activity later. (haha -- like these two).
She seems to have beated the pants off of him. It is always more exciting to play "strip" games in public.
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