Now do cruises in the dark ages count when it was cheaper to sail to Europe or in our case to Australia than to fly? These journey were nothing like modern day cruises but they were passenger ships. I imagine many over 60 have been on such voyages.
But on that Australian trip from Vancouver in '66 we had the usual ports of call with similar shore excursions. It was a three week journey on the Orient in the old P&O line. The journey originated in Europe and I guess came to Vancouver by way of the Panama C.
Otherwise I've been on just two recent ones while my husband made two transatlantic journeys before we were married.
Originally posted by Frase:
You know what....some members have mentioned how many cruises they have been on. But has there ever been a post where everyone gives their cruise count? If not, then here is everyone's chance. So: How many cruises have you been on?
Once again, I will start things:
I have been on 3 so far. With one more planned in November. And possibly another planned for next August, if I can go on the Cruise Chat charity cruise.
I have only been on 2 cruises. In September will make 3. However, I plan to take one cruise for the rest of my life. So I hope to take about 66 more cruises. That is if I am blessed to live to 100.
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Carnival Glory 2004
Carnival Liberty 2007
Carnival Inspiration 2008
Carnival Triumph 2008
Explorer of the Seas 2009