And that is my point - that it is a LOT of fun to be on a cruise ship with celebrities - in fact it is one of the best ways to meet them and I suggest you go on the Moody Blues cruise.
But what my article points out is that cruise lines are trying to sell us "branded" celebrity experiences where the celebrity will not be there in person when people take a cruise, by telling us the celebrity consulted on a room or attraction.
This is only marginally interesting to me. And I am just asking how much you really care?
I can understand getting a thrill about a Guy Fieri hamburger, but do you care that George Lopez recorded the announcements for the comedy shows on a cruise line? Or that a sports figure helped "design a room." - I mean, how much better a room can it be just because Dhani Jones "consulted" on it?