Renee, ships often travel into different time zones during the course of their cruise. Most ships (at least the ones I've been on) let you know the night before that when you wake up the next day, you'll be in a new time zone, and to adjust your watch accordingly, usually just an hour earlier or later.
However, some ships decide to keep their clocks set to match the time at the home port, and not move their clocks according to local time. So the ship's time can be either local time in the area you're cruising, or still set to the time in Florida, or wherever your ship started out.
I don't know how the Victory handles the time issue.