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