Favorite cruise lines?

Mine is carnival !

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Since I have only sailed Carnival and Princess, they are my favorite. I think the real answer is whatever I am on at the moment. Disclaimer: I am not counting American Riverboat Cruise Line.

Carnival as we are real close to Galveston, will give the new oasis ship a try, MAYBE

When I was getting off my first cruise in May 2005, my wife said "Can we do this every year?" and "I only want to go on Norwegian." So far, it's only been Norwegian for me.

So far I have sailed on Princess, Celebrity and Carnival. They are each outstanding in their own ways, but I prefer Princess. I also have scheduled an NCL cruise for Feb and will schedule a Royal Caribbean to get my Galveston fix.

The vast majority of our cruises were NCL, with a smattering of CCL and RCL. Going CCL for Thanksgiving (actually 2 days after)...I expect the meals to be "of the season", they always were everywhere else, and they're doing their decorations for the Holidays on our cruise. I've found that folks who cruise around the Holidays are even more "jovial" than usual....So I guess the comment that they're "nothing special" depends on your definition of special. Being willing to cruise on or around certain dates makes a statement in and of itself methinks,,,

Disney is incredibly awesome, but only if you have, or like being around kids.

We've also sailed RCL and NCL. I preferred RCL, but my wife liked NCL better.

I had done a CCL cruise in 1995, but that was 26 years and one wife ago. I'm sure it's different now.

Next up CCL Magic in March.

Yeh, nowadays they have color tv with remotes and flush toilets hehehehehehh

REALLY???................... THANK YOU! I was going to call and ask them about that.

I believe the ship I was on back then is currently being chopped apart in Turkey or India, and while I'm sure it was state of the art back then I'm equally sure it would now fall into the "old tub" category.

Come to think of it, I would now fall into that category as well.

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