Has anyone sailed all ships of a cruise line

I thought of this as I read another thread.  Has anyone sailed all the ships of a cruise line?  Doesn't matter if the line has a small number of ships or not.  Cunard has three ships.  Maybe there's someone on here that has done all three?  Maybe there's even someone out there that's done all of the 20+ that RCCL and Carnival have?  I've just started going on cruises so no where close to doing it.  I apologize if this question has already been posted.

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I've sailed quite a few from the Princess line: Royal, Crown, Ruby, Star, Grand, and Regal.

Great list of ships. Sailing on Grand Princess next month out of SF next month. What were your thoughts about that ship? Also interested in what you thought of Royal and Regal as well? Hope to sail on Princess a lot more. Been on Crown. Wish my stateroom experience had been better but it overall was a good trip.

Regent had three ships until just recently. We sailed on all three and one of them more than once. Haven't been on their new one though.

I was on the Grand to Alaska for 10 days and thought it was great. Our cabin was fine and pretty comparable to the other ships.Royal & Regal are probably the nicest / newest with a much larger buffet and choices than any other ship. Specialty dining about the same.

Once you've been on any Princess ship, you will find the layout to be almost identical with some ships being a little larger or smaller than others. I love Princess!

That sounds great! I hope to do a Regent cruise someday. I did one of the quizzes here on Cruiseline.com and the result was that Regent was for me! So I have to do it! Thanks for your input.

Thanks for the input. I did enjoy the Crown quite a bit. Only two negatives were the lav had some issues and the cabin attendant had a cold attitude towards me. I'll make sure to tip well on the first day to try and avoid that awkward situation again. I look forward to doing a lot of Princess cruises.

We've only been on 4 of the 26(?) Carnival ships and will be on our 5th next month. We've enjoyed each one and wouldn't hesitate to book on a repeat ship .

I have been on Carnival once and as far as being the closest to a "perfect" cruise, if there is such a thing, that was it. 100% of the staff that I met was friendly, met great people, and had a fun and relaxing time. It was great. I look forward to sailing on Carnival again. Thanks for your input.

I've cruised their websites looking for the best prices. Does that count?

Well along those lines there's a great website called Shipparade.com with just about all the present day cruise ships and a lot from the past. Has basic ship info along with exterior and interior pictures of the ships. If someone gets through all the ships and pictures I'll give them the "Virtual High Five" award. I gawk at the pictures on that website constantly wishing I was somewhere on one of the seven seas with my feet up watching and listening to the waves as I sip on a nice cool drink.


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