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Sep 14, 2012 11:02AM

Ahoy! What's it like to live on a cruise ship full-time?


When people on Wall Street steal they really steal.

That is why, when bank are robbed for 2 or 3 thousand dollars, no one blinks an eye, it is because it is pocket change compared to the Wall Street thieves.

Sep 14, 2012 9:50AM

i thought msn always talk and complane about the super rich but then they do this?!?!?!??!


May 17, 2012 6:01AM
I would love to work at the casino.
 Something's you say are true but as far as late nights, power outages, perfect weather and anything you want at any time it does not work that way. I am about to leave on my 6th cruise in two weeks and have experienced all these things and more. 
 Bottom line NOWHERE this side of Heaven is going to be perfect but the good does out way the bad. And if things are real bad they will try and make it up to you.
May 6, 2012 5:07AM
Could I call this home?  Sure, like every other Tom, Dick and Harry.  Would I?  Only in my dreams just like every other Tom, Dick and Harry.  These residences are for those who have successfully built their dreams on the backs of others(and continue to do so).  I wonder on how many others' backs that these people have to thank and most of the time, don't!  Most of those 'others' backs are probably facing foreclosure and short-selling their land-based homes.  Looking at this slideshow is exactly why I stopped watching the Travel Channel.  The Travel Channel is all about the haves and sickening to the have-nots.  But, dreams are dreams and you can only live those out 8 hours out of the day(if you're lucky and not holding down 2 or more jobs just to make ends meet).Tongue outDisappointedAngryBaring teethSick
Mar 11, 2012 11:32PM
I was blessed with a life changing experience to work for a cruise line when I was still a teenager.

My good friend/ old co-worker, David, pieced together a small series about "Life on a Cruise Ship" that you probably will find very interesting.

Nov 17, 2011 12:58PM
hermitville--loners life on a schedule.
Nov 12, 2011 6:44AM
    What does it actually cost?  Would 3000 a month get it?
Oct 18, 2011 7:58AM

I could enjoy ths life-style for about 2 weeks. Then I believe I would miss seeing good old terra firma , And It seems so lonely (she looks to be), maybe with the right partner, one could adjust to this kind of luxury.

However an apartment in a nice up-scale hotel in some city located around the world, and the u.s. appeals more to me.

Well dream on  ,

Oct 18, 2011 3:17AM
If you need 5 million a year income that leaves almost everyone out. Is that a true fact?
Oct 18, 2011 3:15AM
This houses is really amazing and beautiful i like very much.
Oct 15, 2011 5:56PM
This is only something one wishes to have such an opportunity to participate in. 1cooldude I concur.
Oct 15, 2011 9:07AM
Passengers are very likely to be robbed in many port call in the islands.
   Minister:::Michael/ Panama is not talking about a cruse ship as in Royal Caribbean or Celebrity, she is talking about a ship called The World.  It is a ship that is over 600 feet long and has 65 condos on it.  130 condo owners, no pets and no kids.  And yes it has 4 resturants, one pool, and goes to about 36 ports of call each year.
Damn!  And I just wrote my last check!Smile
Sep 17, 2011 5:54AM
Too bad I haven't sold my 10 acres so I could retire to one of these ships then to a retreat like Belize!
Sep 17, 2011 3:26AM

My 29 year old (greedy) daughter was not amused by my interest in this article." Dad what about the grandkids." It's OK matey I am taking it with me. smiles


Now on a more serious side. If you have this kind of money buy your own private yacht with helicopter and I am sure company will never be an issue nor a good chef and the rest of the fluff. Set your own destination and enjoy. Anchors away and cheers.

Sep 17, 2011 2:12AM

I had the good fortune of living aboard cruise ships for ten years and got paid to do it. I had no duties other than performing my show one night a week (I am a magician). You do get spoiled and one of the nice features is meeting new people every week and visiting many cultures.

   The downside is a lack of privacy and completely losing contact with the outside world.

   To be a passenger for one or two weeks is a wonderful experience but much longer can quickly become claustrophobic.

Sep 16, 2011 3:58PM
seems to me this could be a exciting life style .who cares about about whether people think your running away from the world ,or that u should b giving your money to those poorer than u ,if u earned its yours an u can use it the way u feel like .enjoy.if i had that kind of money it wouldnt be my problem what you thought id do what i want.so quit being so jelous of those able to do it live your own life try a little harder an you might be able to to it some day.Smile
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