Margaritaville Announces Cruise Line Brand - First Ship Will Sail in April 2022

Who here is interested in checking out the new Margaritaville at Sea? Fins up! https://cruiseline.com/advice/what-s-hot/news/margaritaville-announces-cruise-line-brand-first-ship-to-sail-in-april-2022

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Looks like fun. I will be keeping an eye on them. Thanks for sharing.

So this is an older vessel they bought off the Bahama cruise lines and will be doping basically the same 2 night trip, Miami to Bahamas and back that it is currently doing ... just with a new brand and a facelift.

I think it may be fun, but it's only 2 day cruises.

I live in the upper midwest, so if I'm going to travel to FL to get on a cruise ship it needs to be for a minimum of five days, more often seven. I'll do it if I ever move to FL and can then drive to the cruise port.

I think alot of paint can cover a multitude of sins.......

I think they need more than two days to sway most, but it would be great for a weekend getaway. But the prices need to be really affordable, even for suites (IF they have suites), to justify spending only 2 days on a cruise. For me I need at least 7 days. But, again let's look at pricing.

So .. maybe need to pair this with a longer cruise on another line .. like a before or after cruise cruise ...

Makes perfect sense...a whole new definition of B2B...if we do a pre-breakfast breakfast on board, discriminating parrotheads can do a precruise cruise...good thinking!...btw, how early in the day d'you start the lubrication process???heheheheh

Interesting!!. Hopefully it works out for the new cruiseline.

Now you see, that's what I like about this board. Lots of "outside the box" thinkers. Sure, I'd consider something like that. I'm sure it's not written anywhere that a B2B has to be on the same ship, or even on the same line for that matter.

So let it be written....so let it be done!!!...you COULD take 3-4-5 2 day cruises B2B...matter of fact, you COULD lose your mind completely and get off in a couple weeks or so.....go ahead, blame those "frozen concoctions..." sounds like a plan....

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