Well I have only been on 2 cruises, both to Alaska. One was round trip from Seattle and the 2nd was 1-way from Vancouver. I loved both but the one out of Vancouver was my favorite. I would do that same cruise every year but I want to try the Mexican Riviera and possibly a New England cruise as well.
Only been on 16, all to the Caribbean. 3 left from San Juan, 1 from New Orleans, the rest from Ft. Lauderdale or Miami. My least favorite ports were Caracas and Isla Margarita. My most favorite ports, so far, are Tortolla, Dominica, Barbados, Bonaire, Curacoa, Aruba, and Grenada. My most favorite cruises have been the 14 day ones (4 of them), then my 10 day ones, the 7 days are just too short. Ok, in all honesty, I'd be happy living on board a cruise ship. The express check-in in San Juan with Princess was truly express check-in, not so much in Ft. Lauderdale. I prefer leaving out of Ft. Lauderdale because that was where I was born and raised. Sure do miss the weather, but not the rest of the stuff going on there. My most memorable cruise was my first cruise with Princess on the Sea Princess. It was awesome, they're not as great as they were, but still better than the rest that I've been on. Only experienced NCL, RCL, Carnival, Costa, HAL, and Princess, so by no means an expert. I'm so ready to go on the Sun, and looking forward to the Magica. Best wishes!
Our favourite was Norway and the Baltic.
St Petersberg & Tallin were not what we expected, very surprised at the sites there
...the fjords in Norway were unbelievable especially in June with all the waterfalls from the snow melting.
Alexandr Pushkin, Carnival-Holiday, HAL-(old)Westerdam, Orient lines-Marco Polo, Royal Olympic-Olympic, NCL-Dream, Dawn-Princess, ACCL-Grande Caribe, Oceania-Insignia (3), Regatta(4) Marina (1) St Lawrence Cruise Lines-Canadian Empress
Actually, I have cruised the Carib, Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, Red Sea, Med, Baltic and Black Sea, traversed the Panama and Suez Canals, the Nile and the Rhine Rivers, done a trans-Atlantic crossing, (I know I've missed something) and they are all wonderful!