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    Hello Everyone  3 months ago

    It is a Monstrosity of a Cruise Ship.

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    ibFrank  3 months ago

    Is it the cruise or the destination that matters?

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    Concretionist  3 months ago

    Royal Caribbean has launched its largest cruise ship ever Icon of the Seas which has a capacity of more than 9000 passengers (and of course, a lot of crew).


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    Jack7528  3 months ago

    The cruise ship business is out of hand. I read once it has been discussed to expand the Air Marshal service to go on cruise ships in twos, due to the disappearances and crime on these ships. Don’t know if it has been done but when I see the commercials for these cruise ships, I don’t want to go on them. I think I would like a river cruise instead.

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    Tonto & Redd Panda  3 months ago

    Thinking about a cruise? Except for the officers, the crew is basically untrained laborers. 100 miles at sea, a fire breaks out… can you picture what happens now?

    Find a better way to amuse yourself.

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    forusingyt  3 months ago

    What a positively laser-accurate illustration of mankind’s selfish/self-indulgent concentration on gratification at any cost or consequence. It’s disgusting. I wonder if passage comes with an ability-to-read requirement.

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    bbenoit  3 months ago

    Old saying “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should”.

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    justanudderpeeon  3 months ago

    Just another floating Petri dish…

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    kdikeda  3 months ago

    If I were to go on a cruise, it would be on a masted ship. Much smaller, fewer guests, no “rides” for kids. I just read about them last week. I’m not a sales agent or such, just voicing my opinion. I love masts on ships.

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