Living on a Cruise Ship

I want to live on a cruise ship. That is my ultimate goal in life. You know that feeling you get when you finally realize you HAVE to disembark the next morning. That feeling that makes you want to hide under a table in the dining room, so you can sneak onto the next cruise. Disembarking is my least favorite part of the cruise, I think most people would say the muster drill, but for some odd reason I enjoy it. 🙂 Anyway, now you never have to have that feeling ever again. Meet, The World.

On board The World, you can purchase or rent different suites and condos, which in some cases you can even remodel and redesign! The World sails a continuous cruise around the world every year, featuring different regions and ports of call. This year she is sailing mainly South America, the Caribbean, the East Coast of the US, Europe, and Africa. With a stop in post most of the days, you will never get bored as you are always moving from port to port. This ship is packed with activities to, from golf to a spa, pool, restaurants, lounges, bars, a retractable marina, and tennis! This ship may not appeal to the younger generation, but for someone fresh out of college who wants to see the world, or even a couple who wants to retire, this ship is for you. I mentioned the out of college student because they even offer studio apartments, that you can rent for however long you want, but be prepared to write a HUGE check! This ship just seems to be the perfect cure for disembarking a cruise ship, or even PCD (Post Cruise Depression) Sooooo ResidenSea please reserve your biggest suite for me, when I will be joining you on your world voyages in 2020, hopefully I will have the money by then! 😉

BLOG QUESTION: What ship would you want to live on for the rest of your life?

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Thanks for reading tonight, and sorry for not posting any blogs this past week, I have been very busy, but I should be back to normal blogging now. Have a great night!




Mike Faust

Mike Faust is an avid world traveler, often found traversing city streets in Asia and Europe rather than his home city of Boca Raton. Mike has touched down in 39 countries, set sail on 35 cruises, and flown over 400,000 lifetime miles.