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Aside from the obvious -- the cost -- what are the things that would prevent you from cruising on a Luxury Cruise Line, like Silversea, Crystal, Regent, Seabourn, etc.?
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I know one thing that my wife worries about is what she would wear. She feels that she would need to go buy an expensive wardrobe just for the cruise. She believes that her normal clothes wouldn't fit in.

I don't have that problem because I could care less. As long as I'm not dressed like a bum and stay within the dress guidelines I could care less if I'm wearing Armani or Costco. If other people have an issue with the label on my clothes, that's their problem not mine.

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Mike, Regent is country club casual almost all the time (only cruises longer than 16 nights have formal "optional" nights). Chicos is common for women but so is JC Penney. I always wear my JCPenney slacls and JCPenny or Costco shirts. I have cut down on number of nights i wear sports coat but I would say about a quarter of men will have sportscoat (often over tee) in dining room. For excursions, usually safari khaki or dockers. Tell Betty not to worry about clothes.
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We all have different tastes, but I would rather be on a ship such as the Oasis OTS or the Allure, than a smaller ship.

We did have a wonderfull cruise on the beautiful Equinox this past april, but the ship seemed small afer having cruise on the abovementioned ships as well as the Liberty OTS twice.

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Nothing that I could think of! If I had the cash and wanted to go then lets go. Not to worried about fitting in or feeling out of place.We really dont concern are selfs with what other people think of us. Lifes to short might as well enjoy yourself
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Aside from the obvious -- the cost -- what are the things that would prevent you from cruising on a Luxury Cruise Line, like Silversea, Crystal, Regent, Seabourn, etc.?
Well, nothing except the obvious!

I just can't pencil out paying double for a cruise on a luxury line. I know they are very nice, but worth double? I would upgrade to a suite on HAL before spending the money on Silversea or Crystal.
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for us the obvious, money other than that I don't know.
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Well, nothing except the obvious!

I just can't pencil out paying double for a cruise on a luxury line. I know they are very nice, but worth double? I would upgrade to a suite on HAL before spending the money on Silversea or Crystal.
MercedMike, check out this comparison with a Superior Verandah on HAL. Of course, use of included excursions and alcohol consumption will make everyone's comparisons different (as will other items).

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Ah Henry the love of money is the root of all evil _ nothing wrong with a little cash
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Nothing that I could think of! If I had the cash and wanted to go then lets go. Not to worried about fitting in or feeling out of place.We really dont concern are selfs with what other people think of us. Lifes to short might as well enjoy yourself
Exactly the way I feel. I've cruised almost all of the major lines, but none of the "Luxury Lines". I just feel that I'd rather cruise twice or three times aboard Carnival or RCI, than once aboard one of the Luxury Lines.

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Two reasons:

1. Too much service – there are many routine tasks we would rather do ourselves.

2. Alcohol included in the fare – we don’t want to subsidize the boozers.
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We could cruise a luxury line every other year or cruise a mainstream line once a year. We're getting too old to wait 2 years so it's Celebrity for us!
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Regent has lowered prices on some cruises and provided a new comparison with Premium cruise lines. A great picture of how even MercedMike can save money by taking a luxury cruise.

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SAIL DATE10-Oct-1110-Oct-1113-Oct-111-Oct-11
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GOVERNMENT FEES & TAXESINCLUDED$237 $141 $80
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GROUND TRANSFERSINCLUDED$123 INCLUDEDINCLUDED
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A concern I would have is the ride of the smaller ship. My wife gets seasick on the bigger ships, I don't know if she could hold up on a smaller one.

The amount of things to do would also concern me. My T/A said she sailed a luxury cruise line and was bored out of her mind.
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The amount of things to do would also concern me. My T/A said she sailed a luxury cruise line and was bored out of her mind.
How interesting! I have cruised 1 smaller vessel - Az Journey (TA) and 2 larger mainstream vessels. On the latter I was bored out of my skull. The entertainment staff were awful. Both 'mainstream' cruises were fairly port intensive - which 'saved' the cruises.

I wonder if the right question is being asked; I think the personality of the cruise line and vessel are the pertinent factors.

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For me, it is not the money. I would not be happy sailing on a ship which is smaller in size than say, Freedom or Voyager, and would I get bored. Sailing on Allure in Jan, I did not get bored; there was something to do every waking minute. U had to take a break, just to catch your breath. I don't mind dressing up for dinner; however, I am not a big eater, so I can't fathom sitting in a resturant for two plus hours eating. And finally and most important to me. I am very hyper, been diaganosed as a A,D,D person, and I believe the docs told me to add a few more letters, due to my being overly hyper. So If u don't keep me interested with stuff to do, I will have to look elsewhere. This is my opinion.
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I think I may get bored as well. I like to have lots of options when onboard, especially on those sea days. I certainly don't mind just sitting by the pool with a good book, but not everyday either.
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I would fully agree with you except on Az Journey I was racing from one activity to the other I could not fit them all in

I think that is what I partially mean by the personality of the cruise line and vessel. I think I was lucky in that the vessel and I were a good 'fit'.

My last cruise was on an RCCL vessel and never again - CD and her staff were truly awful and there were serious norovirus issues. As regards dining, someone described the MDR as a zoo - ; WJ was a jungle IMHO.

I agree you have to select the vessel with the activity level appropriate for you - but I don't think therefore that is a luxury v mainstream question. Azamara does not fit neatly into either category.

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We seldom find anything of interest to do during the day on ships & I presume that the smaller the ship the less there is.
By the way a 2/3 hour dinner is not spent just eating, it's a social occasion especially on a good table on fixed dining where you (hopefully) build a rapport with your table mates.
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On my recent Crystal cruise I was amazed to see how packed the schedule of activities for sea days was.
They started early in the morning, and ran all day. You could easily miss some because you were too busy.

bridge lessons -- they got em, computer lessons--- they got em , language lessons -- they got em, art and crafts classes --- they got em, special interest lecturers by world's top experts in the fields... they got em, Trivia .... they have them several times a day, paddle tennis court... they got it, I got busy and missed the crew pool tug of war.

Now, I don't know if people spend all day on the larger ships ice skating, climbing the rock wall over and over, or the flo rider. But other those, not sure what "activity" people think would be missing????
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Kuki - I agree.

The AJ schedule was very busy - I missed the Captain performing gymnastics. ( I think in a previous life he was an Olympic gymnast) - it was the talk of the ship for days.

Smaller ships will surprise you because I think they maybe try harder?

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Exactly the way I feel. I've cruised almost all of the major lines, but none of the "Luxury Lines". I just feel that I'd rather cruise twice or three times aboard Carnival or RCI, than once aboard one of the Luxury Lines.

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I can tell you one ship that is worth the extra money just for the excellent food - Oceania Mariner. I was on for just a few days but I had so many truly delicious meals it was amazing.

Plus the ship is just plain beautiful on the inside. And it isn't even really classified as a luxury ship.

As for other luxury cruise ships; Seabourn, Silversea, Reegent. To me where they really shine is on exotic itineraries. If you want to sail to Egypt, Israel or some other port intensive place, then you are much better off on a small ship with fewer passengers and first class service.

When the ship docks they should have you ready to board your tour bus within minutes, not hours. If you want to dash to the buffet for a last minute breakfast before a tour there are no lines and the food is hot and tasty. When you come back to the ship you can order room service and have a cold drink in your hands within minutes.

Shorter lines, more personal attention, more attention to detail - that is where lux lines really shine. All of the "convenience" factor of travling by cruise ship is multiplied because of the higher staff to guest ratio.
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As for other luxury cruise ships; Seabourn, Silversea, Reegent. To me where they really shine is on exotic itineraries. If you want to sail to Egypt, Israel or some other port intensive place, then you are much better off on a small ship with fewer passengers and first class service.

When the ship docks they should have you ready to board your tour bus within minutes, not hours. If you want to dash to the buffet for a last minute breakfast before a tour there are no lines and the food is hot and tasty. When you come back to the ship you can order room service and have a cold drink in your hands within minutes.

Shorter lines, more personal attention, more attention to detail - that is where lux lines really shine. All of the "convenience" factor of travling by cruise ship is multiplied because of the higher staff to guest ratio.
Paul, very well stated. I will start using these "convenience" factors when discussing differences. As for sea days, I was never bored on trans-atlantic on Seven Seas Voyager. For some reason, as we usually travel with family or friends, a large part of the day is spent in the lounges and restaurants.
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My biggest worries about luxery lines would be 1) If I would feel seasick on a smaller ship and 2) the food. I know it may seem silly concerning the food. Although I'm sure they do a great job, it always seems to me that it gets more gourmet as you upgrade cruise lines. I appreciate good food but I'm more of the steak & potato's type and worry that it will be too fancy for my taste. I really don't know for sure, but just my own worry.
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