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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    no locals

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not a boomer, but I've enjoyed the ease of cruises, not having to plan much, going to multiple places (though all touristy really). Fatasses love the buffets of course. Open bars (not all cruise lines) are great for raging alcoholics. You can usually bang some loose chick if you put in the slightest effort on a cruise too.

    If you're not a fat, alcoholic, or coomerhound, I wouldn't recommend going more than a few times though, gets repetitive.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >If you're not a fat, alcoholic, or coomerhound, I wouldn't recommend going more than a few times though, gets repetitive.
      so basically all the people with degenerate qualities (i.e. gluttony, lust, alcoholism) collectively floating in a "unsinkable" cruise ship?
      anons are you thinking what im thinking?

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'd kill myself

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >if you have kids you can send them to the kid festival places worry free
    >no need to care about planning on how to get to X or Y from Z it's all walking distance
    >sorry boss can't work no real internet out at sea!
    >deals can be pretty good sometimes <500 dollars for 7-10 days+port city visits

    If I had kids they'd be a decent option as I know where my kids will be while I get hammered on the deck in the sun.

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Floating shopping mall where you can piss and shit and it all of it get dumped on homosexual dolphins

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      This picture reminded me of
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Matthews_Band_Chicago_River_incident

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >tour bus dumps its poop tank directly onto a crowded open-roof boat
        lmao how have I not heard of this before

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >The liquid waste was brownish yellow in color, and had a foul, offensive odor. The liquid human waste went into passengers' eyes, mouths, hair, and onto clothing and personal belongings, many of which were soaked. Some of the passengers suffered nausea and vomiting as a result of exposure to the human waste.

        Based alpha male moment

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        How was this any different from just a regular concert of theirs?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Isn't that the anchor churning up the sea bed?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      India Cruise Line?

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Every deck is a poop deck

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      this is just mud from the bottom of the lake they are in getting kicked up

  6. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Heh I'd rather be seething online instead of enjoying myself like those idiot's

  7. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cruises were awesome prior to the 2000's when it was much harder to plan a good vacation because of the lack of good info online. I drove across country when I was 21 and I was still using paper maps and brochures from AAA. Cruises just made everything simple. You get on a boat, they feed you, and you go where the boat goes. You pay one price up front too, so you know exactly what you're going to spend.

  8. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    They are getting cheaper and cheaper. A legit "muh nomad worker" option, contrarians be damned

  9. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    They allow fat NPCs to tell other people that they've 'seen the world'

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nailed it. NPC heaven. I went on an Alaskan cruise in May and I was disgusted with society after I came back. It's like a floating Walmart where everyone has their head up their ass. They're more than happy to spend thousands of dollars and travel hundreds of miles to STAND IN LINE at the buffet on vacation and eat Golden Corral tier food crammed next to one another. I couldn't get over how god awful the food was. We're literally in the ocean but eating frozen food. Then you go to port and are constantly surrounded by a few thousand idiots trying to get insta selfies or stand in more lines for tourist bullshit. Once you find a cool bar or good food it's time to get on the ship again and leave. And there is nothing genuine about any of the ports, it's all chinese made tourist bullshit. The class of people cruises attract is truly a spectacle of useless, fat, handicapped, unaware, self centered, NPCs that only a place like the USA could foster. It was a giant family vacation so I felt obligated to go. The only redeeming thing about a cruise is the kids can go frick off somewhere else. Otherwise I usually spend my money to get as far away from tourists as I can.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Other countries have cruises too homosexual
        If you can’t understand why being in the water and sailing from Alaskan port to Alaskan port is an awesome experience then just stick to your miserable sexpatting in a million degree Celsius Thailand and frick off.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Here is a photo of you (boomer) looking forward to another world adventure - living your best life

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            https://i.imgur.com/eKpTqJC.jpg

            [...]
            Here are some hot milfs at the buffet for lunch, making sure not to ruin their appetite for young cruise traveler cum for dinner

            https://i.imgur.com/brRTO45.jpg

            This is you (boomer) waiting for your shuttle to get Sitka so you can say you lived like the pioneers did and bought some authentic native american scrimshaw from the general store thats only open between May-August

            I'm 24 homosexual

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          I need some MILF pussy, just to see what it’s like.

          Here are some hot milfs at the buffet for lunch, making sure not to ruin their appetite for young cruise traveler cum for dinner

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          This is you (boomer) waiting for your shuttle to get Sitka so you can say you lived like the pioneers did and bought some authentic native american scrimshaw from the general store thats only open between May-August

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        reminds me of this

  10. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Boomers love the idea of being able to plop their fat geriatric asses in a chair and be served and serviced by everyone around them.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Boomers love the idea of being able to plop their fat geriatric asses in a chair and be served and serviced by everyone around them.
      What's wrong with that?

      Nailed it. NPC heaven. I went on an Alaskan cruise in May and I was disgusted with society after I came back. It's like a floating Walmart where everyone has their head up their ass. They're more than happy to spend thousands of dollars and travel hundreds of miles to STAND IN LINE at the buffet on vacation and eat Golden Corral tier food crammed next to one another. I couldn't get over how god awful the food was. We're literally in the ocean but eating frozen food. Then you go to port and are constantly surrounded by a few thousand idiots trying to get insta selfies or stand in more lines for tourist bullshit. Once you find a cool bar or good food it's time to get on the ship again and leave. And there is nothing genuine about any of the ports, it's all chinese made tourist bullshit. The class of people cruises attract is truly a spectacle of useless, fat, handicapped, unaware, self centered, NPCs that only a place like the USA could foster. It was a giant family vacation so I felt obligated to go. The only redeeming thing about a cruise is the kids can go frick off somewhere else. Otherwise I usually spend my money to get as far away from tourists as I can.

      >Nailed it. NPC heaven.
      "Not like me, I'm smarter than them"

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >"Not like me, I'm smarter than them"
        NTA but yeah, so? Normies are dumb fricks

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          If you travel at all you're peak normie

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            Seethe

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          They often seem oblivious to the space around them. They stand around and block sidewalks and exits/entrances and hallways. It becomes very frustrating after a period of time. Then you have the diabetes - people with swollen calves like tree trucks with open sores and puss encrusted bandages. It's so common that eating around them is difficult unless you learn to not look down. Most are so obese that they can only walk by shifting their weight from side to side and swinging one leg forward - very unstable and they frequently just fall over and then everyone rushes to help to get the whale on its flippers again and into the buffet line.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          You're not allowed to be cognizant of your superiority over others, it makes normies blow a gasket

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            >T.

  11. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    it is certainly an experience. I would say do it once then never agian.

    I feel bad for all the coastal areas that have been blighted by these things though.

  12. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you fall overboard on one of these things, you are 100% fricked.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Don’t frick about by the edge like a moron.

  13. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Best holiday option for banging milfs

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Also, respectable holiday option for blowing DL DILFs or getting a handjob from the cute filipino waiter

  14. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    t b h I am really thinking of getting one around the east med for all the day stops in a load of countries that I don't wanna spend overnight in, like maybe somewhere that stops off in the Balkans, Greece/Turkey, Israel, maybe somewhere in north Africa. (I don't care if you think it's worth it to, I don't wanna contribute much to their economies). I'm 31 so I probably count as a boomer anyway

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      ok since this thread came back up, I think my ideal would be:

      - starting or end in Croatia or Malta so I can stay in those places for about a week (I like them).

      - one day stops in some countries like Albania, MonteBlack, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Israel, Egypt, Tunisia. Nothing good came out of any of them for 2000 years, I don't really want to contribute much to their economics but I don't mind a one day visit with a couple of things in. Would be fun in a disneyland kind of way and would really paint my map up well

      It seems to be hard to find something similar, many of the closest ones to this go to and from Venice which would mean more onward travel to spend a week somewhere proper

      (this is a serious post)

  15. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Some of the cruise ships can be nice and you can limit interactions with undesirables most of the time. Avoid Carnival though--its price point attracts gigantic black families on reunions (you can tell by their shirts) that always devolve into fist fights at some point during the cruise. Royal Caribbean is nice as well, especially since they have a large part of the ship that is off-limits to kids.

    Basically it's a good way to go and do a whole lot of nothing while experiencing the most watered-down touristy parts of some of the world's worst countries. There's nothing like getting absolutely blasted at Senor Frog's on a $18 margarita knowing that the local who tends the bar would have to save up a year's salary to afford the commemorative cup it came it

  16. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Never done one but i imagine they're a lot of fun. Massive party on floats.

    If you're not obsessed with traveller cred they probably have appeal.

  17. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Only mode of travel that allows not getting off your ass ever

  18. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    If you've ever been around these types of people, all they do is ask you where you're from so they can tell you where they're from and you're supposed to sound interested. It's the same conversation repeated over and over. Then they tell you where they've been recently and where they're going to next. And all about their children and what schools they go to. On a ship like this you have to sit with them at every meal and there's no escaping the so-where-are-you-from monsters. Somewhere on these ships are one or two quiet bars that's difficult to find where people just drink and conversation is limited, and where you'd probably get glassed in the face if you asked, where are you from?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      The worst thing by far is [...]
      They cannot understand it. Yes, I really couldn't care less about the shithole part of the country your from, the pencil factory you worked in for 30 years, or your gay ass kid that's going to Flyover State University.

      That's just normal vacation small talk you find everywhere, not on cruises. I enjoy talking to people when I'm drinking and on a basic level, you talk about where you are from and what they're doing. If you want to be a social recluse then stay in your state room. I talk with people who tell me that they like cruising and this is their 50th cruise and they're going on another cruise to Alaska next month or whatever the frick. And I also talk to people who say they don't like cruises, they like to hike and camp and they climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, and keep their body fat low and hate tourist spots and chain restaurants and listen to obscure music I've never heard of. Oh and they love traveling to SEA. Usually the latter kind of "people" are the most hateful, annoying, boring, and uninteresting ones to converse with plus you're always beneath them and they hate you with that pretentious stare. I always drink a little more to work up the courage to tell them they belong in a gas chamber but I never do.

  19. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’m a boomer with platinum status on royal carirbean, which means I’ve been on more cruises in the last 20 years than you’ll ever dream about. The appeal of cruises is that everything is provided and at hand. Live music, dancing, unlimited food, gambling, pools, live variety shows, live comedy, karaoke, and smiling 3rd worlders taking your order and cleaning your room, operating as literal slaves, while you float around and see a different country each day. It’s an ideal vacation!

    Boomer travel tip of the day: if you want a real travel adventure, one that rivals anything else you’ve ever done, book the cheapest 3 night weekend cruise that Carnival offers. The one that is $249 per person. A nice mix of various American cultures.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Boomers don't usually take cruises to visit other countries though. In the US, for example, they take cruises in the Caribbean and almost never leave the ship. Unlimited from frozen food. Mediocre live entertainment. Small rooms. Float around sometimes violently if it's waving which can cause pukey puke specially after that food. It's an ideal vacation for black people and fatties I guess

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        It literally is. Food is one of the few things that's provided in unlimited amounts and the pool is too shallow to drown in.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      You've gotta be a real piece of shit to look at service staff like 'literal slaves'. And Carnival is the most bottom of the barrel shitshow cruise line.

      i always recommend windstar cruises if you can afford it. its pretty pricy but if you do a james beard cruise its kino if you are into food. you get to go out with the chefs into the market of whatever town you are in and see them buying all the stuff they are going to make you later. really cool experience.

      This. Silversea, Windstar, Regent, Ritz - Thats the way to go. I'd like to go on the QM2 also since it's the last Ocean Liner.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >And Carnival is the most bottom of the barrel shitshow cruise line.
        He was mocking you, you illiterate mouthbreather.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      If cruises are your thing that's fine, but to me a cruise vacation seems like hell on earth.
      >trapped on a giant floating shopping mall
      >buffet food: guaranteed to be lukewarm, mediocre, and borderline inedible
      >power outages and broken toilets, things that would be a minor inconvenience at a regular vacation, turn into a life and death situation on a cruise
      >no culture, history, architecture, museums. Even my worst vacation I can usually take a few good street photos, but not on a cruise.
      >no natives to drink with, no foreign girls to bang, just old boomer tourists everywhere like a Honolulu airport
      >you stop at shithole islands like Jamaica, where there's frick all to do
      >no adventure
      My dad, his idea of a vacation is just hanging out a pool all day. Why he feels like he has to travel across the world to do that, I don't know. I feel the same way about cruises. Yeah, I could go on a cruise, or I could just go to a shopping mall food court, eat some Sbarro pizza, and go to a public pool 10 miles from my home.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        The worst thing by far is

        [...]
        If you've ever been around these types of people, all they do is ask you where you're from so they can tell you where they're from and you're supposed to sound interested. It's the same conversation repeated over and over. Then they tell you where they've been recently and where they're going to next. And all about their children and what schools they go to. On a ship like this you have to sit with them at every meal and there's no escaping the so-where-are-you-from monsters. Somewhere on these ships are one or two quiet bars that's difficult to find where people just drink and conversation is limited, and where you'd probably get glassed in the face if you asked, where are you from?

        They cannot understand it. Yes, I really couldn't care less about the shithole part of the country your from, the pencil factory you worked in for 30 years, or your gay ass kid that's going to Flyover State University.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          The most interesting people I meet don't easily reveal why they're so interesting, and almost never ask you where you're from or what do you do - because they don't want to be asked within the first 30 seconds of meeting someone.

          I was on a flight from the UK to Houston and the guy next to me was cordial but not asking any questions until a couple hours into the flight when I took out my camera (a rare prototype) and then he lit up. He knew the camera and everything about it. I appropriately asked if he was a photographer and it turned out he was a NASA scientists working on correcting the focus of the Hubble Telescope. That was a nice flight!

          Last year I was talking to a guy for about a half an hour - neither of us asking the standard questions - until he mentioned that he works for a wrist watch company. I love watches and asked him (appropriately) which company... Turned out he was the president of Patek Philippe. Of course, I then turned into a little schoolgirl who just realized she was chatting with one of the Jonas Brothers. But aside from that, gem meetings like these are what keep me talking to people, just in hopes that the person will actually be interesting.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Are you a zoomer?
        The “trapped on a floating shopping mall” attitude seems to be prevalent from zoomers who have never been on a cruise.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      What is better? Royal Caribbean or MSC?

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        MSC nickel & dimes and apparently Americans really hate the food, Royal Caribbean has drunks

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Royal Caribbean is nicer but MSC has some legit good deals if you find the right travel agent. If MSC is considerably cheaper (it includes Wi-Fi and drinks) then it’s worth it when compared to Royal Caribbean. If they’re the same price Royal Caribbean is the best choice.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I had a friend who used to work on a cruise ship. It is actually a kickass way to travel the world while working and saving money. But I couldn't handle being stuck on a boat for weeks with thousands of landwhales, having to smile and be nice all the time.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        working on a ship is the best. Especially if it is seasonal. I did it for a while in my 20s in the youth centre. It is staffed with loads of women who are teachers on their time off from all over the place. All just want to chill and coom. Crew bar is wicked cheap and has the wildest parties. you spend you time eating, fricking, and drinking while pretending to work. you show up in random ports and wander around for the day in like Corsica or Turk and Caicos. Its the wildest trip you can do and are paid in cash from the casino.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Are you fat?

  20. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    i always recommend windstar cruises if you can afford it. its pretty pricy but if you do a james beard cruise its kino if you are into food. you get to go out with the chefs into the market of whatever town you are in and see them buying all the stuff they are going to make you later. really cool experience.

  21. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    nobody talks about how most cruises are just swinger hook up vacations but its true.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Isn't that clientele like 50 year old divorced wine moms though?

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Did he stutter?

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        I need some MILF pussy, just to see what it’s like.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Go on a swinger cruise

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            I assume they don’t advertise it as such, right?
            Where would I look to find that?

            • 11 months ago
              Anonymous

              been casually looking for a cruise, i'm guessing those are the 'no children' cruises

              • 11 months ago
                Anonymous

                Only one I can think of that doesn't allow children is Virgin Voyages but it's advertised as too millennial for my taste, like the humor is catering to wine aunt doggo moms. Can anyone confirm?

              • 11 months ago
                Anonymous

                i've been on several. it's not incredibly millennial. they've priced themselves out of a lot of millennials' wallets. that also means it's mostly white people lol. plenty of xers and cool boomers. a lot a queers but they didn't really shove it down your throat. they do have an on-ship drag queen, but he's easily avoidable. the shows were cool, the food is excellent, and not in a "all you can eat buffet" way. the beach club at bimini was rad.

  22. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >no planning required
    >free daycare for kids so the adults can have fun
    >drinking and nice weather
    thats it ive been on 2 cruises my family took me on when i was younger its a good getaway vacation the same thing as those cancun resorts suburbanites go too

  23. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's the equivalent of eating fast food or chipotle vs eating at locally owned restaurants. I won't judge you if you like fast food sometimes, but if you refuse to eat anywhere else you're kind of a loser in my book.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Overworked middle class families with children and some excess cash may choose for the all-inclusive cruise over your “life experience” trek through the jungle and dangerous Cambodian villages and that’s alright.

  24. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    If no kids were allowed onboard, I'd buy a ticket.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Virgin Voyages has that. Don’t think they have any drink packages though if you’re into that.

  25. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    low effort and broadly safe

  26. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    my parents were fairly adventurous when they were still young. then they had children and they had to start doing "planned" vacations where we scheduled everything so they could manage the kids. they finally got sick of that and dumped us at grandma's house for a month and went on a cruise. they liked it but they said it was kinda gay. now that they're retired and the kids are grown they travel around in an RV

    people get old and don't want to worry about "adventures" they just want to escape the daily grind and don't care if it is literally a floating prison

  27. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Total cruiseliner Death. Sink cruiseliners. Scrap cruiseliners. Full steam a cruiseliner's bow into an iceberg. Hard starboard a cruiseliner against the rocks. Scuttle floating hotels. Defecate in a cruiseliner's topside pool. Launch cruiseliners into the Antarctic circle. Thermite a cruiseliner's engine block. Tow cruiseliners into the scrapyard. Urinate into a cruiseliner's water supply. Judo chop cruiseliners into a steel mill. Twist cruiseliners' radar masts off. Report cruiseliners to the Coast Guard. Karate chop cruiseliners in half.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      heh

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Megalel

  28. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cruises are travel on easy mode. They take away all the hassles of travel - airline travel, local transport, finding a hotel, finding a restaurant, staying safe on the street etc. You are on a boat surrounded by water - very different vibe from being surrounded by random locals in a foreign city. It probably feels very safe on a cruise ship. You don't have to be on guard like you have to be on the street. You arrive at foreign destinations doing nothing more than lounging around. Everyone around you is on vacation, and they all want to have fun.
    I'd much rather travel on land, on my own timetable, dealing with all the challenges of real life on the street.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is what going to the pool on easy mode is like

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Pro tip - make sure you get up at 6am to put your towel on your favorite deck chair, otherwise there won't be any room. Make sure it's a personal towel, that's not a ship towel, but one you don't mind losing.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          You'll lose it on a cruise unless you're within eye distance and catch them. Unless you have a bag of shit you also don't mind losing there, the towel thing is coming increasingly ineffective. If it's a resort or a cruise towel, forget it. If seats are all full and it's just a towel, too bad for you. Happens on cruises and waterparks and crowded resort pools

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            Imagine going on vacation and worrying whether or not you'll be able to get a spot by the pool. Canadians really are the worst kind of people.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Pro tip - make sure you get up at 6am to put your towel on your favorite deck chair
          This is a meme unless you want one right next to the pool. Go anywhere else on the ship and they're easily found

  29. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why do millennials have to shit on everything boomers do? See yourself in your parents? What do millennials do that is so much better - fricking "digital nomad" ie. no real friends, crippling social anxiety, "microdosing" (for creativity, definitely not self medicating), depressive disorder, no real skills or social connections?

    If you post your "traveling" (it's not a vacation) on IG or some gay social media, you are just like boomers. You travel somewhere to say you've been there too. The difference is that you have to show everyone and pretend you are living a fabulous life. Give me a fricking break.

  30. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cruising was glamorous back in like the 1970s and they want a slice of that.

    I’ve been on a cruise. Very strange holiday. Wasn’t actually bad but you’re stuck on the boat most of the time. As most of the passengers are obese boomers there were medical events interrupting things quite often. You’d hear requests for the doctor broadcast at 3am. The unlimited food was like a works cafeteria and I don’t know why the other passengers raved about it so much. You’d dock in ugly industrial ports most of the time but sometimes it’d be nice.

    But: it’s a great way to see inaccessible places and sitting on the balcony reading a book as the sun sets is kino.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      british hands typed this

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        you got me

        >The unlimited food was like a works cafeteria and I don’t know why the other passengers raved about it so much.
        Food is one thing that has gone downhill on cruise lines. Until the early 00s when cruising really took off the food was actually really good onboard. Price wars and larger and larger ships mean having to serve more people while controlling costs, so quality was cut back. The food on the cruises I've been on was okay, nothing special, but not bad. Equivalent of full-service restaurant tier ashore. That's good enough for me though, I don't larp as a gourmand.

        The boat I was on had an Indian restaurant on it that was genuinely excellent, but it was supplemental so only went once. I think this tells me where the catering staff came from.

        I didn’t like having to dress up for my dinner in a suit and tie so I used the cafeteria after one meal in the restaurant. Same food more easily accessed. I mean they have to feed thousands of people so they do a good job all things considered. It’s just production line slop at the end of the day

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I wonder what path in life you have to take to end up as a cruise ship doctor

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm a MD and its my goal to work few tours

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's probably surprisingly well paid, insurance companies will want the ships to have a decent medical team as having to take someone ashore is expensive as frick. You will constantly get exposed to norovirus though.

        I actually know know someone who was on a cruise in the very first days of Covid who caught it on the ship. He became the first confirmed case for some south American country.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        The real question is how much coming would you be able to do as a cruise ship doctor?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The unlimited food was like a works cafeteria and I don’t know why the other passengers raved about it so much.
      Food is one thing that has gone downhill on cruise lines. Until the early 00s when cruising really took off the food was actually really good onboard. Price wars and larger and larger ships mean having to serve more people while controlling costs, so quality was cut back. The food on the cruises I've been on was okay, nothing special, but not bad. Equivalent of full-service restaurant tier ashore. That's good enough for me though, I don't larp as a gourmand.

  31. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cheaper than a nursing home

  32. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    wanna bet on how many refugees commit rape and theft on the ship because they will?

    Around ...... never relax. Well youre stuck at sea with them.

  33. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are cruises the goyslop of traveling?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      are goys really moronic barnyard animals?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      that would be specifically a disney cruise

  34. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cruise hate is peak midwit. They're not for you moron. They are for people who like socialising and kids. Not literally everything in the world has to be made for you homosexual.

  35. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cruises are awful and secend into violence if you’re a sub8 male. My advice? Don’t go. You’ll get attacked.

  36. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    most american boomers are fat and lazy and paranoid of the world. Especially the ones who grew up in suburbia bubbles. Imagine throwing a random fat boomer into a city in Mexico. They would be terrified and out of place and have no common sense and would be robbed within the first hour.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      They've already got 5 giant cruise ships like this. This one is only slightly bigger but they all have the same shit and look ridiculous. They all waste fuel and food to keep boomers and seasoning police entertained. Da food need mo obey seasoning

      Zoomers are the most self-hating people on the planet

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      You’d get robbed in Mexico too homosexual

  37. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    They've already got 5 giant cruise ships like this. This one is only slightly bigger but they all have the same shit and look ridiculous. They all waste fuel and food to keep boomers and seasoning police entertained. Da food need mo obey seasoning

  38. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’m 24 and I love this crap.
    I like all-inclusive with ocean views and port days. I don’t need to think or do any planning beyond “be here by 11 if you want to check out the show.”
    It’s overpriced but that’s my only gripe with it.

  39. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    They don't have to think for themselves, everything is already organised on a strict schedule. Boomers absolutely HATE booking anything themselves, they will never book a flight and hotel separately, instead they'd throw money away on a travel agent to do it for them. Cruises are just the ultimate version of that.

  40. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wake me up when it's like Leisure Suit Larry 7 but in real life.

  41. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wish the ships would stay in port overnight so you could experience some shoreside nightlife, and get another day to explore the place.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I would imagine everyone avoids a lot of trouble by getting out of town before then though

      It's because boomers are scared of exploration and new things, an isolated boat allows them to 'travel" while not having to face new languages, new cultures etc. A lifetime of being sheltered and pampered left them with tremendous anxiety

      >It's because boomers are scared
      Your generation can't even talk to girls shut the hell up

  42. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's because boomers are scared of exploration and new things, an isolated boat allows them to 'travel" while not having to face new languages, new cultures etc. A lifetime of being sheltered and pampered left them with tremendous anxiety

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I have no love for boomers but the absolute irony of this post.

  43. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >tfw lifelong fascination and amazement at giant boats/cruise ships/aircraft carriers ect, but never could go on one because I don’t like crowds

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >but never could go on one because I don’t like crowds
      I can't imagine that keeping you away if you really like them. It's not like you have to be around people the whole time, there are always areas that don't get a crowd during most or all of the day.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      You could easily go on an aircraft carrier. I highly recommend checking out the USS Midway if you're in San Diego. Very cool. Plus the aircraft on deck are amazing. There weren't really any crowds when I went.

  44. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    That boat looks like one of those barbie playsets

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