My sister and her husband are cruiseaholics! It started on their honeymoon 35 years ago, and they have gone on 1-2 cruises every year since (except 2020 for obvious reasons). I've only been on 3 (maybe 4, but I can't remember), and that is totally fine with me. I get seasick - yes, seasick - yes, on a huge ship. I have to take medicine the whole time I'm cruising, and sometimes that isn't enough.
People say, "You can't even feel the ship moving," to which I reply, "I most certainly can!" Especially when I try to lie down to sleep. But I've been on a few, and who knows... maybe there is another one in my future. HOWEVER, If I book a cruise, something I DON'T want to know about the ship is how much it weighs!
From the Houston Chronicle
" Twenty years after the Carnival Jubilee became Galveston's second Carnival cruise ship in 2002, another Jubilee will sail into Galveston.
Four times the size of its namesake, Carnival's newest cruise ship weighs 182,800 tons, takes 5,400 passengers, and will call Galveston home when delivered in 2023, the cruise line revealed at a travel conference on Thursday.
A gargantuan amount of steel and over 5,000 people does not give me confidence!
Now, on to the good stuff:
Enough Ship Jokes!!!!!!
|This is my kind of humor! Middle school humor!|
The comment on this post is hilarious!
|I'll let you know when it works!|
Last but not least,
Have a great week!