Honestly, I recently found this site on a search engine when planning shore excursions for my up coming cruise on the Breeze. I am a member of Cruise Critic & ShipMate. I found them on Apple apps store. My throught offer a contest to share on Social Media giving away cruise credit or camara, etc. at least your name can cycle around to some people. I know many of me friends cruise regularly, I cruise 1 a year, this year twice. I am a person that plan ahead, book year in advance, and plan out excursion and activities in advance. So I do read all reviews. I wish your site gives age range of the people posting comments.
That's my take. ;)
Another site is beyondships2. It shows the menus on the ships, which is how I came across it. I also use Cruise Critic, Frommers (for general travel stuff), and the cruise line's direct website. I also get a lot of information from the cruise line's facebook page and other cruise fan pages on facebook. Cruiseline is a very nice website and I find it more real than some of the others and it is member-driven. Cruise Critic is helpful though because they do have some articles and stuff written by staff members.
Pues yo los encontre desde el otro lado del Atlantico y me parece un foro interesante!
I've told people over at Carnival's Funville forums. A couple have come over here. But our roll call is slow.
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