Ever Travel on a cruise to nowhere ?

Has anybody ever took a cruise to now where? (no port stops). We have done this a couple of times. One on the Allure and one of any ship that came out of dry dock. That one was open bar and all free. The benefits of having a cruise specialist for a wife.

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I took the 3 day Ruby Princess from Vancouver to LA where my son joined me for the next 5 day segment.  It was very inexpensive and a relaxing way to get to LA ....

I've never done it, but it sounds like a great vacation.

Yeah, but we got lost

I know I'd enjoy one of those cruises.  I love being on the ship.  I don't need shore excursions to enjoy a cruise.  

If we lived close enough it would be great fun...but by the time we know about it and fly to the port of embarkation the dollars are more than the fun.  We once planned to do one then follow up with the longer cruise.... life got in the way.

Sort of... We went on a cruise from Seattle to Victoria BC and back - technically it was a trip to somewhere but they're so close - most of the time was spent doing curlicues in the "ocean." And - we enjoyed every bit of it. 

Sounds fun! I wanna try it.

We took a three day from Vancouver to Los Angeles. That's to nowhere.

Yes, on the QE2 out of NY.  It was over the 4th of July, many years ago. 

Unfortunately, I believe that cruises to nowhere have been found to violate the anti-cabotage laws (Jones Act) when cruising from/to the US. They must make a stop in a foreign land.

 

They may (or may not) still be offered from Canada, Australia, Europe or Asia.

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