IF Money or Time Was Not a Consideration, what ship would you go on? And Why?

Since Bennett has already invited us aboard with him when he wins the Powerball tonight, let's supposed he did not win and you won. What cruise ship would you be on and why?

I would like to do either a Transatlantic or Transpacific voyage or maybe one that did both including a Panama Canal crossing. Now for the ship of choice - that is a tough one, I have only been on the Fantasy class ships, (have a Triumph cruise in 94 days), so not sure if I would like the monster ships or not. Based only on what I have seen in videos, I would choose a NCL or RCCL. They seem to have more to do, but put down the flamethrowers, I am only basing it on what I see on videos.

23 Answers

I'd choose something on Princess Royal or Regal ... my favorite ships...

Something on HAL, that goes around the world. Twice

I might settle for NCL

Actually, it was CTAV that invited everyone, if I won..........and I would have to have the ONLY ticket.

Imreserve the the right to limit it to 100 guests.

If money were not an object, I would look at the luxury cruise lines for a partial (or complete) world tour.

As it is, I am seriously looking at a Princess B2B SF/Hawaii/SF/Alaska tripHappy

A cruise on the naval aircraft carrier gerald ford. Since money is no object, I would like to check those porcelan commodes and a urnal less ship. UNBELIEVEABLE!!! The Navy is going down the tubes!!!

Why would a ship need a urinal?

Just walk to the downwind side, turn to face the sea and relax.Big Smile

Agree, that's exactly what I would do. Would be unbelievable.

In 2019, my husband and I are scheduled to go on a transatlantic crossing from NYC, on the QM2, to Southampton and then to transfer to the Queen Victoria for an Italian cruise and then back on the QM2, back to NYC. I can't wait, but... if time and money were of no consideration, we would book a world cruise on a Cunard ocean liner. They are spectacular!

Lucinda Lace

Welcome to the forum, Lucinda! I asked my DH and he picked the world cruise as well. I think I would do Riverboat cruises... first the Mississippi River, North to South, then the complete Columbia River. After those I might consider the European ones.

that sounds awesome to...can I change my answer... or better yet, i will just add on the river cruise to the itinerary...hey, money and time unlimited, right?!


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