The cruise ships of today would have stunned those sailing aboard the Prinzessin Victoria Luise in 1900. We’ve come so far in the last century. Gone are the days of traditional class systems, skeet shooting, and walking along a teak promenade. Nowadays, we’re kept busy with numerous restaurants, bars, water slides, production shows, zip lines, rock climbing walls, and even sky diving. Now, I’m not saying progress is a bad thing. In fact, I’m happy to see the industry thrive and advance. I guess it would seem that I find myself longing for the days I was amazed by a cruise ship.
Let me explain. In the early 2000’s, before Cruise Currents or Mikey’s Cruise Blog (let’s see who remembers that) even existed, I was fascinated by how rapidly the industry was growing up. At the time, I had only a few cruises under my belt and I was a die hard Carnival fan. One day, while surfing the web (early 2000’s remember?), I came across a video entitled “Gen
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