Our 2015 Member's Choice Awards are Here!

 

The Cruiseline.com team is hard at work putting the finishing touches on the 2015 Member's Choice Awards!

We're recognizing the best in cruising across 28 categories ranging from Best Mainstream Cruise Line to Best Ship for First Timers to Best Caribbean Departure Port based on over 8,100 of YOUR 2014 cruise reviews!

We're the only cruise community site that's able to include Verified Reviews as part of our cruise awards; we were able to verify that reviewers actually sailed on the ships they rated in 80% of our 2014 reviews.

We're going to reveal the winners the morning of Wednesday February 25. 

Do you think your favorite cruise line or destination will win a 2015 Member's Choice Award? Tell us who you're rooting for in the comments!

UPDATE 2/25/15 9:30 AM:

We've released the awards and are pleased to announce that Royal Caribbean International led the pack with 20 overall awards and 6 first place finishes including Best Overall Cruise Line, followed closely by Disney Cruise Line with 12 overall awards including a whopping 10 first place finishes. Celebrity Cruises rounds out the top 3 with 11 overall awards including 2 first place rankings.

Check out the winners here: http://cruiseline.com/advice/awards/members-choice/2015

 

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Very cool!  Looking forward to the results!

I'll be anxious to read the results.

 

I looked through some of the awards and agree with the ratings.  Saw one of my quotes and a photo of mine.  I am honored that you used them.

I will go back and read through all of them when I have more time.  I love this feature. 

Thanks for posting..

I'll be recognizing all the members whose quotes and photos were used in the awards later today on the forum. Thanks for your contributions!

SPOILER ALERT -- Royal Caribbean for food? REALLY? Maybe the real chef was off the week I was aboard Liberty of the Seas but the food in general was lovely to look at but tasteless to eat. Not one of the chocolate desserts had that depth of flavor real cocoa provides. Nearly everything that was cooked for the MDR lacked spice, seasoning and the kind of palate-pleasing harmony one expects. Found myself reaching for the salt and pepper, asking for various condiments more often than on any other cruise line. Couldn't wait to get off the ship in Cozumel and eat some real Mexican cooking. 

 

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