Indeed, the halls are alive with the sound of Muzak! I completely agree a lot could be done to make it less insipid.
Sail away should be accompanied by Beethovens Seventh Symphony, First movement.
The pace of the piece is an analog of the way a ship increases to crusing speed.
Grieg and Sibelius are perfectly appropos for cruising Alaska or Nordic fjords, maybe with some selections from Mahler and Copeland, and Holzst.
Gershwin's Cuban Overture for ports in the Caribbean.
Save Wagner for storms at sea -- Der Fliegende Hollander prelude, or Ride of the Walkure--or rounding the Horn. The second portion of Rossini's William Tell overture is appropriate for squalls.
For disembarkation, it's just about a tossup between Albinoni's and Samuel Barber's Adagios. Also fitting would be the second movement of JS
Bach's First Brandenburg Concerto.
Sensation 2/03 I disembarked, but never really left the ship.
Enchantment 9/03 Just had to go back.
Inspiration 3/04 Just have to go back again, and again, and again...