Do you cruise? Never been on a cruise before. Tempted to check it of the travel list in 2023.

Do you cruise?
Never been on a cruise before. Tempted to check it of the travel list in 2023.
Is it a floating prison or a pretty based way to quickly visit multiple destinations?

Carribean, Norweigen Fjords, Mediterranean. Any preferance?

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    It’s worth trying it at least once. Honestly it’s more like a floating tourist trap than a prison. If you can find joy in lame things like those Ripleys Believe or Not tourist trap shit, you might have a good time.

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    It's ok. I remember going on a nice one with my grandparents to Alaska when I was 13 or so, which means I was too young to enjoy the drinking and whatnot. Had a few off ship excursions which was neat.

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I've heard some of the educational cruises can be enjoyable.

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I've been on four cruise ships, two of which were Carnival, the other two belonging to Royal Caribbean. I recommend Royal Caribbean over Carnival for two reasons: the amenities provided and the other people on the ship. It never failed that each Carnival cruise I went on had at least three gigantic black family reunions (as evidenced by the t-shirts). This wouldn't have been an issue if the attendees hadn't constantly gotten into fights woth each other and other folk, acted entitled, mistreated the staff, and demanded elite-level service for their entry-level tickets. The relatively low priced of Carnival tickets allowed other shitty elements onboard as well, including a group of people that looked like they were hosting an at-sea morbid obesity convention.

    Royal Caribbean's ship at least provided some space from the less-than-desirable people, who were also fewer in number as well. The onboard dining options were stellar and I never felt too rushed to do anything.

    As far as geography goes, the Caribbean is a good place to start

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I'd second this. Never been on a Carnival, but I just went on a Royal Caribbean (one of their cheaper ones) and the crowd was enjoyable.

      I don't have any evidence of this, but my intuition is that your port will also determine the makeup of your ship as well.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >wouldn't have been an issue

      Wow look at this white guilt ridden Black person apologist. Has to justify the most basic human reaction to Black folk and Black person behavior. Maybe reddit is more your speed, Black personlover?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        *farts*

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I went on a European Med cruise. Was a bit of a shitty ship compared to the modern megaships. I'd advise strongly against any sort of City cruise, especially if its locations you've never been to. A 6 hour tour where you've no time to do anything is a shitty way to see a city. Beaches, glaciers, rivers, waterfalls, random small towns. Things you either would never see outside of a cruise or are things you wouldn't want to spend more than half a day at.

    I did enjoy it though.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      > Beaches, glaciers, rivers, waterfalls, random small towns. Things you either would never see outside of a cruise or are things you wouldn't want to spend more than half a day at.

      Are the locations best suited to cruises just to clarify.

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I've been on 6.
    Royal Caribbean is by far the best experience I have had.
    They are huge ships with so much to do at all times.

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I've done two, one was a Virgin Cruise lines and it fricking sucked. Just a floating Olive Garden with shitty booze and fat boomers with very little time to go and do stuff on shore.

    Then I did a Wind Star James Beard Foundation cruise and it was pretty damn great. 3x the price of a big box cruise line but worth it. Amazing fresh food every day, very attractive and typically highly educated people, and plenty of time to do stuff in port. 8/10 would recommend.

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    What experiences have you had with the medical staff?

    T. Doctor looking to coom in the other staff

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Honestly I think you would love the staff for cooming in. Most are in good shape, really nice asses, good looking faces. Great hair and skin(most of them). Really friendly and nice and seem like they are up for adventures sexually. I had the strange opportunity to see several of them naked, pretty nice dicks frankly. I’d say minimum 6 inches, 2 cut 1 uncut, but the uncut looked like it was cut because it was hard(im sure you know what I mean). One of them had a slight leftward bend to it, but it didn’t aesthetically ruin it for me. For color? 2 were pretty white with more pinkish on the head and the other one was brown but in a nice way, again I’m sure you know what I mean. All 3 had some public hair but nicely trimmed imo. I didn’t see any signs of stds(I assume you’d appreciate this being a doctor) or deformities on the dicks. I didn’t get a great look at the balls but they looked pretty nice from what I saw. I’d wager all 3 dicks had been recently washed so you shouldn’t have issues sucking them smell wise. I didn’t ask them how much they could cum but my best guess is it’s a lot. Anyway hope that’s helpful doctor anon.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >eccentric
        Thanks for the info and realizing as a sex addict I will frick anything and let anything frick me. Don't really care if they have stds that's just part of the experience

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

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        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          That's how they reproduce

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          If you think it's bad, take a look at /soc/. It's nothing but gay hookup threads.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            It's a government psyop. As long as young men are banging roasties or having buttsex or castrating themselves with female hormones they aren't breeding and are no threat to the system. There's a reason 4chud is allowed to operate while other sites get shutdown

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I work on cruise ships, currently on vacation, my next vacation is in March.

      The previous anons talking about fjords are onto something, Alaska, Norway and New Zealand take on a whole different dimension when you see if from the ocean. Those would be the only places I’d visit on a cruise,with the exception of the Greek isles and French Polynesia. Everywhere else is better on land or not worth visiting.

      Small towns can be alright, but sometimes the cruise planners are filling in random ports so they can sell it as unique, this particularly true in places like South/central America and Africa that essentially are industrial ports and require excursions to actually see anything. Also if it’s really small the ship might not actually dock but anchor, and tendering is a shitty experience, I’m glad they pay me to put up with it.

      If you wanna enjoy activities the actual ship, go with big (4,500 passengers +) and book a week wherever is cheap/ convenient for you. Anything smaller than 3000 guests is gonna be on the «quieter « side.

      Médical staff is dtf but unfortunately they’ve cut a lot of positions cuz of less need for infectious disease prevention. Also, I hope you like either Balkan or Filipino

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Should probably back my words up with a photo

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I would think the small passenger ones would be better no? From what I’ve seen those huge ships are like floating Las Vegas and not in a good way. Also
        >flip doctors
        Yikes hope no one gets sick

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Sub 1000 passengers is good for peace and quiet, my last one was about 700 and nowhere felt crowded even at max capacity. The drawback of that is there is very little entertainment/party atmosphere in comparison to a megaship.

          Yeah onboard medical services are sketch AF, and the worst part is they charge the guests. Last contract they completely mishandled a suicidal crew member which turned into a man overboard, which you could argue they also mishandled.

  9. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Going on a clothing optional couples only cruise through the mediteranian in May. They have areas where you can frick on board. Will be my first and possibly only cruise. Wish me luck bros.

  10. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    In the right company they can be great fun

  11. 1 year ago
    Anonymous
  12. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    this is my friends photo when their ship stopped in norway

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      i do believe that is geranger, norway. beautiful little town.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        particularly the view coming down those switchbacks is fairy tale ish

  13. 1 year ago
    Anonymous
    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      This is MonteBlack right???
      I'm the anon that posted about Viking Cruises earlier and I pretty much have the same photo.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, kotor has become a bit of a tourist trap recently, pre-pandemic was alot nicer. Still a good place to exchange USD for Euros since they’re not officially in the eurozone.

  14. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Cruises are incredible if you're not a socially moronic robot. There's always going to be so many interesting people to meet and talk to on a cruise.

    I got off my last one a week ago, and it was the breasts. Just a giant piss up that you go and hang out with friends all day, eat good food, get to know a few boomers, at night you get fricked up at one of the dozen bars.

    I met a fit older bird on my 2nd night, she was there with her 2 teens. Had a room to herself, and we hooked up pretty much every night.

  15. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I don't get cruises, even if you ignore the sanitation problems. If I'm going to spend the money to hang out at the same place for a week plus, see the same people everyday, eat the same food cooked 5 different ways, and go to a crowded pool, I'll just go to an all inclusive resort. At least I can drink as much as I want, have beach access, and don't have to be on some sailing schedule.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I like cruises:

      Sunbathing all day, while reading a nice book
      Wash your damn hands, sanitation problem solved
      Drink package = unlimited drinks all day
      Food = not amazing just like all inclusive resorts. However, it can be good. You get what you pay for
      I stay on ship when docked usually unless it’s a good destination. I love having the ship to myself.
      Oasis class ships have a frickton more to do than an all-inclusive resort.
      It all depends on the person you close-minded homosexual. Posting this from a cruise now, Symphony OTS

  16. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    i have taken multiple cruises, on Carnival (3), Royal Caribbean (2), Norwegian (1), and most recently Virgin (3). I personally had the best time with Virgin. My husband, who would prefer to go to a buffet than a sit-down restaurant, preferred RC. we have no distinct memories, good or bad, of norwegian. carnival is fine, definitely cheaper, but good for an extended family outing (which it has always been when we have cruised with them).
    i'll actually be trying out a short 3-night jaunt with MSC in about a week. mixed reviews with them, but we are pretty chill and really just want to go to the beach, so it'll probably be fine.
    cruising is just easy. i don't always want to plan an itinerary and book multiple stays and cook meals in an airbnb. i just want to wake up and someone else did the dishes and walk to a beach.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Let me guess, 3-night to the Bahamas? I've done that before and its an okay experience. The food in the main restaurant and the buffet were bland, but the other restaurants around the ship were surprisingly decent.

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