Cruise Ship (just for retirement or, its a fun thing for young peeps too?)

Posted by Fico , Thursday, June 3, 2010 5:30 PM


I am looking at a mail that being sent by my mailing group, showing the "Oasis of The Sea" ship. I google it down and find some interesting fact.

The ship had set a record by carrying over 6000 passenger. Its really a floating "small town". With 28 ultra-modern loft suites and 2,700 spacious staterooms, this 16-deck marvel proves that the impossible, is possible (as said on one of the website). Its very glamorous, huge, and seemed fun...some how. And now they are building new ship called "Allure of the Sea".

Once my friend told me that people who use cruise is only retirement aka old people, and its no fun and no adventure. But then these days you could see how cruise pamper young souls!

Check the facility that Oasis of the Sea had:
1. Flying fox/zip line
2. A casino
3. Several night clubs
4. A mini golf course
5. Several bars lounges and bistros
6. Karaoke Club
7. Swimming pools (up to 4!! and 10 whirlpools)
8. Volley ball and basketball courtS (yepp.. more than one sweety!)
9. Theme park

A theme park on a ship, could you imagine how sick is that????!!!! its seemed that they had party all night!


I HAVE to try this cruise sometimes!! hehehe

Oh for young people, you might want to consider thi:

Of the large cruise lines, 4 of them stand out as the best for young adults:

  • Norwegian Cruise Line - known for "freestyle cruising" with a choice of restaurants for evening dining
  • Carnival - the party ships
  • Royal Caribbean - the newest and largest ships have a wide range of on board activities including wave riders, rock climbing walls, ice skating
  • Princess - more subdued than the first 3 and great for romance. Several of the ships have outdoor wide-screen movie theaters

If your young adults are still kids at heart, you may even consider Disney's ships.

Cruise Lines you may wish to avoid (too many "old people", not enough activities):

  • Celebrity
  • Holland America (fantastic culinary programs)
  • Crystal






Note.
From various result of google browsing.

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