What is your favorite ship?

for me it is the one I am on! But if I had to pick just one, so far it is the Coral Princess.

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I agree Bubba, it would be the one I'm on. My personal favorite would be the Island Princess, if only for the Buffet area at the bow so you can see where we are going.

I can tell you my least favourite ; Voyager of the Seas. Bad food, bad service, under- stocked stores, a cabin so small I could lock the door with my foot while in bed.

favorite is the one on now, I agree with that.... but my all time favorite to date is the Celebrity Equinox. My least favorite is NCL Star. Bad service, bad customer service and bad food.

Going back on the Breakaway in August. Trying really hard to like her. Very big ship. We like the Gem a lot (3 trips). Anything under the Holland America stack. ⚓️

Before I cruised on the Oasis or the Allure I would have said the Carnival Breeze. But after cruising on the two biggest ships in the world, they are my favorites. I know most of you don't like the big ships but I love all the amenities, fantastic shows and dining choices. I am excited that the Oasis will move to Port Canaveral next year. Hopefully I will get last minute deals on her.

Gloria: How far is Port Canaveral from an air port and what is the transportation like from air port to cruise ship ?

Seven Seas Voyager. Finest, and largest, staterooms we have ever had and you don't have to pay for a butler to get one. Actually, the Seven Seas Navigator has the same staterooms but the overall size of the Voyager is about 18% larger with more amenities, making it just the right ship for us.

Does it occur to anyone that, everyone who bashes NCL for trying to suck every last nickel out of you in their onboard restaurants, loves these cities on the water ? All they talk about are the dining offerings and the activities. All these things cost extra, but when Norwegian started it, they were criticized. Now it's the norm.

Just a thought

I do not bash NCL for extra charges. I bash NCL for bad food, bad MDR service and bad customer service, not nickle and dime charges for every little thing. All the major cruise lines now charge extra for things.


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