Edit: Parts 1 and 2 have been combined since the original posting
The week of July 3-10th my wife and I took a 7-day cruise on the Aegean. This was our first cruise and I wanted to document it, so I packed a Canon HG10 AVCHD camera and a MX-450 collapsible mono-pod stand. This was real "gorilla filmmaking" working a moving camera with the mono-pod acting as a counter-balance for stability. But the compact and lightweight arrangement allowed for getting some relatively excellent footage.
Upon our return to Kuwait I converted the AVCHD footage to WMV HD for the editing process. To be honest, I was fairly pleased with the quality of the video, however in some places the camera's auto-correction circuitry and the vibrating ship deck played hell with the video image.
Here are Parts 1 and 2 combined of "Our Big Fat Greek Cruise" which is a somewhat wacky travelogue.