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Post subject: Re: comprehensive review of some of the major cruise line shPosted: June 10th, 2011, 11:29 am
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the QM2 is possibly the only one in service that is like the old liners, shame really
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Yeas I do agree on that!


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Post subject: Re: comprehensive review of some of the major cruise line shPosted: June 10th, 2011, 2:12 pm
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"Norwegian Cruise Line Epic"

Is that a ship or a building with a bow?


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Post subject: Re: comprehensive review of some of the major cruise line shPosted: June 10th, 2011, 2:58 pm
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Thiel wrote:
Urgh! I'd forgotten just how ugly cruise liners are.
"Tupperware" ships indeed...


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This thing is enormous. I saw it in the train when closing into Amsterdam Central station.
Elizebeth is her name.
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If you cant spot her, she is that white large building on the right.
Look how huge!

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Post subject: Re: comprehensive review of some of the major cruise line shPosted: June 10th, 2011, 6:58 pm
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The black hull on the Cunard ships really helps them look better. Its bad enough that the designs of most cruise ships today are hideous, but on top of that you have the bland whitewash color scheme with occasional stripes and such that would look more appropriate on a low-rider in East LA. The Disney ships look especially nice IMO with their twin funnels and black hulls. Nothing beats the classics though.

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Post subject: Re: comprehensive review of some of the major cruise line shPosted: June 10th, 2011, 7:58 pm
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CanisD wrote:
The black hull on the Cunard ships really helps them look better. Its bad enough that the designs of most cruise ships today are hideous, but on top of that you have the bland whitewash color scheme with occasional stripes and such that would look more appropriate on a low-rider in East LA. The Disney ships look especially nice IMO with their twin funnels and black hulls. Nothing beats the classics though.
Yeah, I think it comes from the "every deck must be a promenade deck" rule for cruise ships, which, well, makes it look like a floating flat building.


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The name is certainly appropriate.

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Post subject: Re: comprehensive review of some of the major cruise line shPosted: June 10th, 2011, 9:10 pm
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CanisD wrote:
The black hull on the Cunard ships really helps them look better. Its bad enough that the designs of most cruise ships today are hideous, but on top of that you have the bland whitewash color scheme with occasional stripes and such that would look more appropriate on a low-rider in East LA. The Disney ships look especially nice IMO with their twin funnels and black hulls. Nothing beats the classics though.

I agree with that. I actually like the NCL Epic's design. But the disney and Cunard ships are the best looking.... Same with most of the Vista class in my opinion.

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Post subject: Re: comprehensive review of some of the major cruise line shPosted: June 10th, 2011, 10:10 pm
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Vista class and other Cunards Queens still try to resemble a ship.
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