Hmm…. how convenient….==“the Circus of the Carnival”….
“Yeah, well you tell him to “cruise” on back here”….
He wants a 6 day refund.
Mr. Bixby…? Just don’t make him angry!
The last of the S.S. Dragonfly.
i’d love to go on a cruise.even though it’s expensive,people have told me it’s worth it.plus i love the ocean!
Cruises: Let’s see what’s there to do…I know let’s eat and get drunk. Later, we’ll get drunk and eat…Then we’ll stop at a port and buy some souvenirs made in China.
Not to forget barfin’ over the rail…Wheeee!
Given the disasters that have befallen the cruise ship industry lately, it’s a wonder to me that anyone still wants to go on a cruise. Think about it: about the only things that have not happened to a cruise ship lately is that none of them has hit an iceberg, and none of them have been torpedoed. Yet.
Went on cruise and all I got is this stupid life ring for a souvenir. You do know folks this is below fourth class. Should have probably paid a bit more for the upgrades.Hard floating behind the liner towed on a life ring.
did anybody on here stop flying on planes after the 9/11 attacks? bad things can happen anywhere and anytime.
Reminds me of a Dutch cartoon I saw once. This woman is bringing a life-ring to the Complaints Department
And she’s wearing a black arm-band of mourning.
J. Short is right…cruises are just floating $$ vacuum cleaners …with decorated carbs passed off or food. When you reach ports, there are lines of more crooks waiting to rip you off.
When Mr. Bixby returns…
“I fail to see what the problem is, sir. As I recall, you clearly stated to me that you were LOOKING for an adventure cruise!”
In defense of the Cruise Industry, cruise ships are nothing more than floating resorts with all the amenities and the added attraction of different ports of call. They offer a wonderful opportunity to experience different customs and cultures and to enjoy the resort experience, at the same time. They give great value for the money spent.In short, cruising is great fun. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea and yes, sometimes things go wrong, but this happens in the best resorts and hotels on land, as well. As a veteran cruiser, I rarely get off at the ports but enjoy the ambience and activities on shipboard. I must, in the interest of full disclosure, admit that I was seriously involved with the industry for over 15 years and still am to a degree as an evaluator and investigator for specific cruise lines. I have had some very interesting experiences – not all of them pleasant – and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend a cruise to almost anyone.
all the ambience of prison with a potential for drowning
I wonder if the receptionist name is “Andrea.”,or, “Doria”
David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart