Now THIS is a cruise!

Could you do 180 days? It sounds amazing but I think i may get homesick for my nutso family Happy

https://cruisefever.net/180-day-cruise-that-visits-95-ports-departs-on-wednesday/

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HMMM...did I miss the price? not that it matters...its one of those things if you have to ask, you can't afford it. If I took a cruise like that, I don't know what i'd do afterwards. how do you follow THAT? and btw, folks who take that "one of a kind" cruise could probably BRING their family. what do y'all think?? someplace north of 250k?

I'm with you! No price was listed and I KNOW I'm not in the right tax bracket for that kind of trip! Definitely north of the 250k! When I was posting, I was thinking "would I still even have a job to come home to?" I guess that is another question these cruisers aren't worried about. One thing the article left out that I'm curious of... Is the voyage sold out? How many people are taking this trip?

A "job"????? nah, these are independently wealthy folks who can also disappear for extended periods. let other folks run their business or count their $$ for them. Your questions are VERY interesting. but i have one. an ugly one. Now if I was a terrorist.......

You know, its sad that our minds even have to go to that! We sign up for a wonderful vaycay and some jacka** has other plans! This world we live in is insane. I'm sitting at my desk talking to you and reading the news and just read about a serial rapist in Britain. That story was sickening.

agreed. cruises improve my attitude immensely...planning em, packing for em, and going...even if everything isn't slam-dunk perfect, its still bettern anything else I do around here. hope that never changes.

I would enjoy a cruise like that, but my DH would go "overboard". He's getting better, it was his idea to do a B2B and be gone for two weeks. We'll see if he starts pacing about day 11!?! I would love to retire on a ship and that sounds like the place to start. I probably couldn't afford it but that doesn't matter for the time being!

I have cruised for a minimum of 7 days to 16 days on a B2B. B2B are the norm for us now due to the cost of air travel. Our next cruise is a B2B in May for a total of 22 days. Gotta love it.

I agree! But to the original question, yes I could do 180 days without a problem.

I think I could do the 180 but I think my wife might have a few difficulties such as missing the dogs. Also I don't think my lawn would be very happy nor my neighbours ;)

I could never do 180 days. Longest I have done is 7 days, and by day 5, I'm looking to do something productive.

The 10 day we're taking next year is going to be a challenge.

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