Did you know you can buy a residence on a cruise ship?

I had no idea that you could buy a permanent residence on a ship. Check out this article about it.


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There are a few residential Cruise ship Condo's. MS The World was launched in 2002


I believe that Crystal Cruise Line will have one floor of its newest ship to be Condo.

You can retire to just about any cruise ship, for a price.

It sounds really nice, but the HOA fees are higher than my current income!

Buying a residence on a ship might be something to consider if I win a lottery. Chances of that are pretty slim though since I never buy lottery tickets. Happy

Maybe a bunch of us(12 max) could get together, split the cost, and each have a month (or whatever the division equals) on board? Oh, wait, that sounds too much like a time share! Back to the drawing board...........

Yes, but I can't afford the millions that it costs. We actually know a woman on a HAL ship that lives on the ship.

I'd get tired of it and the routine... Cruising for me is special. I currently go once a year. I'd like to do two.

The last updated article I saw put a condo on The World at 5 to 10 Million not including the HOA's. On Crystal they have "Mama Lee" that lives on a ship, cost her about 120K a year.

It does sound like a nice life but would be hard to see friends and family.

I'm staying with my previous post.

My heart says, "Let's do it!"

My head says, "Why spoil a good thing with overuse?"

Then I say to myself, "Self" I said; Self said, "What?"

Then I said, "How about the best of both worlds -- buy a boat!"

Then my wife woke me up.Crying


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