While going on a cruise is definitely an angelic experience, we all know that sometimes when we’re on vacation we let some of our normal inhibitions go, which can lead to some sinful behavior. As they say, what happens at sea stays at sea. Don’t worry though, a cruise is meant for you to loosen up and let go of your in additions.
See how many of the sins sound familiar to you:
If sloth is your favorite cruising sin, you will relish the chance to live by the pool all day waiting for the waiters to come over around with those fun in Florida he drinks. Enjoy a full body massage plus a manicure or pedicure or, or just lounge on your balcony all day with room service stopping by for breakfast, lunch or dinner. And if you tired of being a sloth, plenty of onboard activities and adventures await you.
Our favorite: choosing to use that ships elevator, even when you’re only going up one floor. Come on, we’ve all done it!
Cruising is your chance to indulge in some of the worlds best cuisine, from the chocolate buffet in the extensive wine menu to the steakhouse is perfectly cooked New York strip and the sushi bar serving fresh tuna rolls. It’s also good that you might forget to leave room for dessert! Considerate fuel for more fun.
Our favorite. Those seven course meals featuring everything from caviar to lobster in a decadent dessert, with other delights in between.
Excessive or desire for wealth or possessions.
Don’t feel guilty about chasing your every desire on a cruise, that’s what the ships are designed for. You might find James Bond impersonators hanging out in the casino betting it all on the red at the roulette wheel or holding a hot hand in a Texas hold them tournament. You might also noticed cruisers with hordes of duty free goods. Hey, where else can you get such a great deal on those diamond bracelets you been dreaming of?
Our favorite. Your friend who stands you up for dinner because he’s on the verge of hitting it big in the casino.
It’s really hard to get this angry when cruising, but there are some situations that might stir up a little rough. Remember dear friend at the casino? Watch out when they bet it all on red and it lands on black. And if you spend too much time lounging on your deck chair and you could feel the wrath of the sun, which can leave you with a fierce and fiery sunburn. Good thing crew ships offered many fun distractions so it’s impossible to stay angry long.
Our favorite. There is a special type of wrath set aside for cruisers who save deck chairs for hours on end. Just wait for the wind to blow away their seat saving towel.
When cruising, it’s easy to become envious if you Pierinc to a better sweet, feel to reserve a spot on the sold-out sure excursion or hear her friends were treated like royalty on their last luxury cruise.
Our favorite. That feeling in the pit of your stomach when you see me passengers line at the port to embark on the cruise you just finished.
Well it’s no wonder you feel proud, you just book the vacation of a lifetime and, hopefully with the help of the expert travel agent.
Our favorite. Those cruisers who win the hairy chest contest, the bellyflop contest, a round of trivial or any other onboard activity and don’t let the losers live it down.
There are a ton of ways to be romantic at sea. They don’t call it the love boat for nothing. From chocolate covered strawberries and champagne to couple massages and hot tubs, there are many ways to read night that spark at sea. Royal Caribbean conducted a poll of 1000 people and 90% of them listed sex as their top activity when they go on a cruise. 75% of us cruiser said they’re tied at sea help improve the relationship and the duty-free diamond bracelet didn’t hurt.
Now that we know the tell tale signs of simple cruising, you can choose to embrace these behaviors in you and others, or choose to reform yourself. Whether you’re a sinner or a saint there’s a perfect cruise for you!
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