Has anyone been on a cruise? would anyone go on a cruise? Any good cruise (news)? Have I made this topic before? You snooze, you cruise!
I might go on a cruise, but I also probably won’t (mysterious)
Some people fly somewhere to then get off a plane and get on a cruise ship (seems silly)
Anyway, lets talk cruises!
It’s weird when people go missing on cruises isn’t it. That’s a thing
Floating food poison incubators
like in the bermuda triangle
I don’t think that is that weird. loads of people at sea, pissed up and probably depressed they’re on a cruise. There was a quite weird story about a lady working on the disney cruise that disappeared though…
Surely super easy to murder your spouse and dispose of all the evidence when on a cruise
I would go on a cruise but one like a Norwegian fjords or Alaskan where you actually see stuff whilst on the boat rather than just going from A to B. Kinda like the idea of retiring and become a cruiser.
Happens to a lot of staff doesn’t it? I read an article about it years ago, I don’t remember any details though.
Yeah surely just very depressing rather than a mystery but yeah
Written in the contract of life that you hit 55 and book a cruise.
yeah my granddad was disabled and rich so often went on cruises as his main holiday. took us along on one for his 80th birthday or something. basically the funnest thing ever when you’re 10 years old
They sound like hell on earth to me. Absolutely appalling environmentally as well.
Big fan of all the novelty cruises they do
Imagine how much fun* this would be
As a very young man with 2 small kids I should
- Go on a cruise (weird)
- Go on a plane to somewhere (hassle)
- Get a cottage in Lyme Regis or some shit (Busman’s holiday)
- I couldn’t give a fuck
Look prick, I work in an office near the sea and live by the sea and walk by the sea and all that shit so it’s a fucking busman’s holiday alright!
Been on quite a few cruises and work for a cruise line.
Had never considered one before working here but they’re a pretty great way to see a load of places you might not necessarily visit for a ‘proper’ holiday. Cost generally stacks up well against a half board / inclusive holiday and food has always been great - always really well looked after as a vegan. They’re definitely evolving away from being a rich old people holiday to family friendly and geared more towards kids / young couples especially during school holidays and you can opt out of the ‘dressing up’ that occasionally happens and still be really well looked after.
Going to the Fjords for the second time in August, baby’s first holiday, can’t wait to dump her in the night nursery and get blasted on cocktails while listening to yacht rock.