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Old Jun 11, 11, 9:03 am   #1
 
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Cruise Critics' Choice Awards

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Old Jun 11, 11, 10:15 am   #2
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As a HAL fan sad to see them not mentioned anywhere I could find. CEL did well however so my other favorite was fairly well represented.

Interesting to browse but it wouldn't sway my decision one way or another. Thanks for sharing.
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Old Jun 11, 11, 3:54 pm   #3
 
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As much as I may like CC, I still feel "uncomfortable" about so many awards going to members of the Royal Caribbean family. Even since the Royal Champions debacle of a couple of years ago, it just seems, off to me somehow.

I feel the same about any award that Carnival Corp. gets from Porthole Magazine, since Porthole's publisher worked for CCL for many years.
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As a HAL fan sad to see them not mentioned anywhere I could find.
Did you look at the results by mid-sized ships?
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Old Jun 11, 11, 7:48 pm   #5
 
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It is a lot like tripadvisor. Not many people ranking the luxury liners. I mean really putting Crystal's cuisine just one step above the Pacific Princess?

You must be joking or never have traveled at any other level.
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Did you look at the results by mid-sized ships?
Apparently not. Yay HAL!
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Old Jun 15, 11, 11:50 am   #7
 
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Interesting information. Thanks for the link!
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Old Jun 16, 11, 9:30 pm   #8
 
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It makes me interested in experiencing Oasis or Allure where the ship is the destination.
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Old Jun 17, 11, 5:19 am   #9
 
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I agree. I cruise with Seabourn but am intrigued to see the ship from the inside. Since I never get off the boat in the Caribbean, it could work. But I want a concierge/butler level suite.
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