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Old 12-02-2006, 06:05 AM
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When is comes to a ship however, what ship can offer more than a "Voyager" class ship?
Sonny,

there are quite a few people out there who don't want or need much of what the "Voyager"-class ships offer. They are great ships, no doubt about it whatsoever. But they are great ships for a particular clientele, while for other passengers they aren't. The same applies to any other cruise ship, as well, of course.
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Old 12-02-2006, 07:37 AM
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thanks to everybody I'll tell you when I'll be back.Sorry for my english but I'm Italian.
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Renata,

You do not need to apologize for your English. Have you seen some of my fellow American posts on this site?

They have no excuse and as far as you being Italian?....I love Italians,this adds much interest to your posts. Studio l'Italiano, ma lo parlo soltanto un poco.
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I'll have to agree that the VOyager class RCCL ships are unmistakenly the most complete ships at sea, and they're simply more attractive looking than the others. now if we can only get them to put mustard, ketchup, A-1 botles on the tables in the Windjammer! LOL
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When is comes to a ship however, what ship can offer more than a "Voyager" class ship?
Sonny,

there are quite a few people out there who don't want or need much of what the "Voyager"-class ships offer. They are great ships, no doubt about it whatsoever. But they are great ships for a particular clientele, while for other passengers they aren't. The same applies to any other cruise ship, as well, of course.


Raoul,
My sentiments exactly. While the Voyager/Freedom class have a big "Wow" factor, they aren't for everybody. I enjoyed the new Freedom but I also enjoy the other cruise lines just as much.
Also if someone hasn't been on a Carnival ship in atleast the last five years they shouldn't be judging them from ten years ago. Things do change. Most of the major cruise lines have hired celebrity chef's to upgrade their menus and Carnival has too. Most of the major cruise lines have upgraded their bedding and Carnival has too. There have been a lot of improvements over the years.
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thanks to everybody I'll tell you when I'll be back.Sorry for my english but I'm Italian.
Renata
Renata,

You do not need to apologize for your English. Have you seen some of my fellow American posts on this site?

They have no excuse and as far as you being Italian?....I love Italians,this adds much interest to your posts. Studio l'Italiano, ma lo parlo soltanto un poco.
Hi,I'm very glad that you like italians.Have you ever been to Italy?Do you know Constellation Ship?I'll be there next christmas and it's my first time on Celebrity.Thank you Renata
Translation(for improve your italian):Ciao,Sono onorata che ti piacciano gli italiani.sei mai stato in italia?Conosci la nave Constellation?Sarņ in crociera su questa nave il prossimo natale ed č la mia prima crociera su Celebrity.Grazie Renata
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Renata,

Lei é molto carina. "You are very nice."

I have not been to Italy yet but we plan to in the near future. We did cruise on Celebrity, Millennium last year which is the same class of ship as Constellation. I believe you will enjoy Celebrity Cruises.

Thank you.
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The Constellation is a gorgeous ship. Very much in my opinion like the Radiance Class.
I am a fairly regular RCCL cruiser with Celebrity and Regent lagging a little behind and I hated the Adventure of the Seas. It was just " too big" for me. That said I will cruise the Freedom or Liberty sometime but not in any hurry.

I have never cruised Carnival or Princess. Holland I shall cruise after I am 60 which is still a few years away.
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I know this is getting redundant but I agree with SonnyV. I have been on Carnival and Royal Caribbean and enjoyed both, but the RCCL ships are just more impressive. I would never attempt the rock climbing wall, but I'm glad they have that option. And the ice skating rink is mahvelous. I may change my tune after a trip on Island Princess in May. RickyB
 
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