In response to Master Travellr‘s cruise article Thursday discussing ways the industry has evolved, we decided to round up some of your comments.
We cruised on Allure end of January , I have a young family and it was amazing. It’s a great way to travel with kids, so much to do and see, the ship and staff were unreal , had a great view of the aqua theatre and ocean from our 12th deck room, we loved it .— Andrew Lipscombe (@andylipz) March 7, 2019
Just did NCL Breakaway in January. Favourite part & something we hadn’t seen before was The Waterfront. They had bars & restaurant seating on that outside mid-level deck that wraps around. Also had comfy chairs & day beds. Away from the crowds & bands.— Karen Ussher (@kussher71) March 7, 2019
Hubby and I are hooked on cruising, we started off on The Oasis, then the Allure, then back to Oasis and next cruise is on The Symphony, can’t wait to get totally spoilt again!— Vicki McPhail/Facebook
I prefer the small ships, Windstar, Viking, Seabourne— Kathie Groff Rouse/Facebook
I like River Cruise’s ……….more intimate atmospheres! Limited amount of passengers!— Sharon Roberts Fleming/Facebook
I went on Oasis of the Seas. Never again. They gouge you for everything. Everything. 1 week too long. Huge ship, we felt so much turbulence and the weather was nice! Best part were the ports where we could get off! Sorry.. next time, weekend cruise only or a River Cruise Europe— @Gogogigigracie (@Gogogigigracie) March 8, 2019